Sunday, December 31, 2006
A HUGE THANK YOU to everyone who helped with the bag packing event at Marks & Spencer's yesterday.
The helpers were Ailie & Erica Burnett, Annabel Niven, Lucy Gilmour, Pat Colquhoun, Wilma Stewart, Carol Muir, Sue Mellor, Dawn Butchart, Greig Butchart, Gwen Lambie, Jane Yellowlees, Sal Shepherd and me. A big thank you also to Jillian Milne who arranged the event for us, M & S for allowing us to be there and the wonderful folk of Perth for their generosity.
We raised a massive £870.95 !!!
The money will go towards coaching for all juniors and senior squad members.
Thanks again everyone and a very Happy New Year - Captain Janet.
Well done to both girls and good luck to Roseanne with her studies in California.
Wednesday, December 27, 2006
County Team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) is competing in the the Junior Orange Bowl boys and girls' Championships over 72 holes which tees off at Biltmore golf course, Coral Gables in Florida today. Also taking part is Sally Watson from Elie & Earlsferry.
Good Luck Roseanne (and Sally).
Wednesday, December 13, 2006
HELP NEEDED !
Marks & Spencers in Perth are allowing us to bag pack on Saturday 30th December 2006 to raise funds to help pay for coaching for juniors and the senior squad. If anyone can help, either morning or afternoon - please contact either myself on 01764 670567 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or Dawn Butchart on 01828 633000 or mailto:IandDinsurance@aol.com. MANY THANKS - Janet
Monday, December 11, 2006
Well done Carly!
Good luck Jacqueline!
Saturday, December 09, 2006
Congratulations to Carly Booth (Comrie) who has been named in the LGU Training Squad for close season training in preparation for 2007 team events - the Vagliano Trophy and Commonwealth Tournament. Carly, still only aged 14, is one of the youngest players ever to be selected for a GB&I training squad.
Photo courtesy of Tom Ward
Tuesday, December 05, 2006
Megan Aird, Strathmore
Ailie Burnett, Dunkeld & Birnam
Lauren Marchbank, Auchterarder
Patricia Mennie, Auchterarder.
The girls selected have shown a marked improvement and enthusiam in their golf over the past season. The scholarship which gives each girl membership of Gleneagles, 6 hours coaching and unlimited use of the facilities at the Golf Academy is a wonderful opportunity for them all to achieve further improvement. Well done girls!
Alexandra Bushby, (Strathmore)
Sally Kettlewell (Aberdeen)
Gwen Lambie, (Dunkeld & Birnam)
Carol Muir, (Craigie Hill)
Eve Muirhead, (Pitlochry)
Emma Napper, (Craigie Hill)
Annabel Niven, (Crieff)
Roseanne Niven, (Crieff)
Emily Ogilvy, (USA)
Fiona Ramsay, (Crieff)
Sal Shepherd, ((Blairgowrie)
Jacqueline Sneddon, (Alyth)
Jane Yellowlees, (Murrayshall)
* Jillian Milne is unable to join the squad this season as she is expecting a baby in May! - Congratulations all round!
Wednesday, November 22, 2006
Roseanne Niven - Crieff and Emily Ogilvy - Auchterarder who have been selected for winter training in the National Ladies squad.
Carly Booth - Comrie, named in the Under 18 squad and Annabel Niven - Crieff, who has a place in the under 15 squad.
Wednesday, November 01, 2006
County team Member Roseanne Niven is to join the University of California Berkeley early in the New Year.
Roseanne, a member of Crieff Golf Club, has been one of Scotland’s best young female golfers for a number of years. Her first national title was the Scottish Under-16 girls’ open championship and she was one of the youngest ever winners of the Perth & Kinross women’s county title in 2004. Roseanne was also a member of the successful Perth & Kinross team which won the Northern Division Inter Counties Team Championships in June at Crieff Golf Club. Apart from winning the Scottish Under-18 girls title at Peebles this year, Roseanne was a member of the Scotland team who brought home the girls’ home internationals team trophy from Portstewart, Northern Ireland.
Roseanne has been awarded a full golf scholarship by the University of California Berkeley.
The universities of North Carolina, Virginia and Vanderbilt were also prepared to offer Roseanne a golf scholarship and she visited the United States to see what their facilities were like before making up her mind to enrol at the University of California Berkeley.
Roseanne said last night:
“I feel very lucky to have the opportunity to further my golfing career and to be educated at a top university such as Berkeley. It is a very exciting time in my life and I cannot wait to get started in January.”
Nancy McDaniel, the head women’s coach of University of California Berkeley, said:
“We are delighted to have Roseanne Niven join our women’s golf team. She succeeds two of our most accomplished players, also from Scotland – Anne Walker and Vikki Laing.
“Scottish players seem to love California and really fit into the Cal Golf system. Roseanne brings a great deal of experience on an international level that will undoubtedly impact the team upon her arrival.”
Everyone at Perth & Kinross Ladies County Golf Association wishes Roseanne well.
Photograph courtesy of Cal Carson
Friday, October 27, 2006
back row from left to right Coronation Trophy - Gwen Lambie (Dunkeld & Birnam), Gibb Trophy - Carole Turner (Alyth), Crawford Salver - Sandy Young (Auchterarder), Nell Scott Quaich - Liz Fertacz (Dunkeld & Birnam), Order of Merit - Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall). Front row from left to right Brown Memorial Salver & Champion of Champions - Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore), Captain Janet Griffiths with the Inter Counties Team Champions Trophy and County Champion - Jillian Milne (Craigie Hill).
(Unable to attend - Handicap Quaich Mrs Morag Brydson, Dunkeld & Birnam)
Raffle prizewinners - Round of Golf for Four at Gleneagles - Jean Laburn
One Hour lesson Voucher Gleaneagles Academy - Alison Stockley
Bottle 10yr old Malt Whisky - Fiona Johnston
Saturday, October 21, 2006
Each member should have received an invition to this year's AGM which will be held at Craigie Hill Golf Club on Thursday 26th October at 6.30pm.
We will be holding a raffle, the proceeds of which will go towards the costs of the County Team's participation in the Scottish County Finals last month. On offer, amongst other prizes, is a round for 4 on any one of the courses at Gleaneagles.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
Janet Griffiths - Captain P & K L C G A
Tuesday, October 17, 2006
Congratulations to County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) who finished third (after countback) in the Daily Telegraph Junior Golf Championship 2006 in association with The Royal Bank of Scotland Group Final being staged at the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club over the past three days. Roseanne scored 71, 73 & 76. Well done Roseanne.
The winner was Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry) with 71, 68 & 71.
Monday, October 16, 2006
County Team member Roseanne Niven is currently in third place after two rounds of The Daily Telegraph Junior Golf Championship 2006 in association with The Royal Bank of Scotland Group Final being staged at the Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club from October 15, 16 & 17. Roseanne qualified for the event having broken the course record at Crieff Golf Club earlier this year scoring a scratch 67. Fellow Scot Sally Watson scored an excellent second round 68 in very windy conditions to lead the tournament with one round to go.
(Photo Courtesy of the Daily Telegraph)
139 - S Watson (Elie and Earlsferry) 71, 68.
143 - B Harries (Haverfordwest) 74, 69.
144 - R Niven (Crieff) 71, 73.
Good luck Roseanne
Sunday, October 15, 2006
Congratulations to County team member Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore) who capped her excellent season by winning the Champion of Champions event held today over the Queen's Course at Gleneagles. Seventeen Club Champions took part on a misty but dry day and a splendid scratch score of 77 gave Alexandra victory from runner up Jackie Brown (Whitemoss) by 2 shots. Well done Alexandra!
Alexandra with Perth & Kinross Association President Liz Miskimmin (left) and P & K Captain Janet Griffiths (right).
Sunday, October 08, 2006
Below is the draw for the Champion of Champions Stroke play competition taking place on the Queens Course at the Gleneagles Hotel & Golf Courses on Sunday 15th October, 2006
A Bushby (Strathmore)
S Mitchell (Dunbraken Ladies)
J Milne (County Champion)
J Yellowlees (Murrayshall)
G Lambie (Dunkeld & Birnam/Blairgowrie)
J Brown (Whitemoss)
E Napper (Craigie Hill)
N Fleming (Alyth)
A Henderson (Dunning)
A Holley (Auchterarder)
M Copland (Crieff)
E Bennie (St Fillans)
C Laing (Muckhart)
B Pitney (Killin)
R Brass (Perth Ladies)
B Brannan (Milnathort)
V Saville (Callander)
H Dalgleish (King James V1
A Duncan (Taymouth Castle)
Practice facilites at the Gleneagles Academy are available to all players. Good luck to everyone!
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
Three Scots which includes County Team Member Roseanne Niven have been confirmed as members of a 21-strong party bound for the magnificent resort of Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club on Wednesday, October 11. The other two fellow scots are Sally Watson and Graeme Mitchell.
They are making the all-expenses-paid trip to compete for a British junior golf championship, sponsored by an English national newspaper, from October 15 to 17.
Roseanne also earned her place with a course record score – a seven-under-par 67 at her home club, Crieff.
Sally, now based at the IMG Academy in Florida, is the only girl to be award a sponsors’ invitation on the strength of her performances this season. She and Roseanne were members of the title-winning Scotland team in the girls’ home internationals.
Previous winners of the championship include Andrew Coltart (1986) and Mhairi McKay in 1991.
The full field this year is:
BOYS - Graeme Mitchell (Scotland), Stiggy Hodgson (England), Daniel Casey (England), Joseph Galbraith (England), Nial Kearns (Ireland), Jack Heffernan (England), Nick Cheese (England), Jason Timmis (England), Christopher Jess (England), Carwyn Hammond (Wales), Dale Whitnell (England).
GIRLS - Roseanne Niven (Scotland), Katie Best (England), Helen White (England), Kelly McPhail (England), Ellie Givens (England), Giorgina Brown (England), Nicky Dunn (England), Becky Harries (Wales), Sally Watson (Scotland).
Roseanne is just back after representing Perth and Kinross at the County Finals at the The Hirsel. We all wish her well at Dubai. Well done Roseanne.
Tuesday, September 26, 2006
The Perth & Kinross County team put in a fine performance at the Scottish County Finals at the Hirsel Golf Club last weekend. A close tie against Renfrewshire on Friday finished with a win for Renfrewshire 5 - 4. The series of matches against the favourites Fife resulted in a win for Fife by 6 games to 3. Sunday completed the finals weekend with the tie against Galloway which Perth & Kinross won 6 games to 3. Perth & Kinross finished third overall - a very satisfactory result! Building on her excellent performance at the Inter Counties Jamboree in June, Strathmore member Alexandra Bushby was top scorer with 5 points out of 6 - congratulations Alexandra!
Tuesday, September 19, 2006
Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore)
Gwen Lambie (Dunkeld & Birnam)
Jillian Milne (Craigie Hill
Emma Napper (Craigie Hill)
Roseanne Niven (Crieff)
Sal Shepherd (Blairgowrie)
Fiona Ramsay (Crieff)
Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall).
Many thanks for the many cards and letters wishing the team well for the weekend. Please do come and support the team in the finals. See you there!
Saturday, September 16, 2006
Good Luck to County junior member Carly Booth who is the only British member of the European team competing against the USA in the Junior Ryder Cup which get underway tomorrow at the Celtic Manor Resort in Wales. Everyone at P & K wishes her the best of luck!
photo courtesy of Tom Ward
Friday, September 15, 2006
Junior County member Carly Booth who won the girl's section of the Duke of York's tournament at the Dundonald golf course played over the past three days.
Carly finished 6th overall in an event staged for promising boys and girls from all over the world - well done Carly!
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Brown Memorial Trophy - Muckhart 14.09.06
Handicap - 1st Alexandra Bushby ( Strathmore ) H'cap4, Net 76
2nd Carolyn Choudhary ( callander ) H'cap 20, Net 77
3rd Lizee McGraw ( Auchterarder ) H'cap 13, Net 78
Scratch - 1st Alexandra Bushby 80
2nd Alison Houston ( Milnathort ) 90
3rd Lizee Mcgraw 91.
Copetition was for Reduction Only!
Golf Ball winners: Wilma Stewart ( Callander ) and Sue Jones ( Milnathort).
Well done to all those who braved the weather and enjoyed a rather wet round!
Many thanks to Muckhart for their excellent hospitality.
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) plays her first match for Scotland against Wales in the Ladies Home International matches being held at Frilford Heath in Oxfordshire, starting tomorrow. Roseanne partners Jenna Wilson (Strathaven) in the morning foursomes against the Welsh pairing of Jo Nicolson and Katherine O'Connor. Good luck to Roseanne and the Scottish team!
Live scoring: http://www.lgu.org
Photo courtesy of Cal Carson
Photo courtesy of Tom Ward
Monday, September 11, 2006
County Team member and County secretary Jillian Milne (Craigie Hill) and her husband Stuart who were 3rd best nett and 6th best scratch in the Scottish Mixed Foursomes held at Deeside Golf Club, Aberdeen on Sunday. The winners were Fiona Lockhart (St Regulus) and Kevin Hastie (St Andrews).
County junior member Carly Booth who is taking part in the Duke of York's Young Champions tournament at the Dundonald golf course from 12th - 14th September.
Good luck also to County Team member Roseanne Niven who is part of the Scottish Ladies team competing in the Ladies Home Internationals at Frilford Heath in Oxfordshire from 13th - 15th September.
Best of luck to both girls.
Team members, reserves and officials had a practice day at The Hirsel Golf Club ahead of the Finals which take place from 22nd September. It was a glorious day and all members felt that the trip was very worthwhile. All taking part enjoyed the course very much and would like to thank all at the Hirsel for their warm welcolme.
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
County Member Shona Leighton has kindly passed on the results of the P&K Scratch League for 2006, our congratulations go to the winning team Craigie Hill. Full results are as follows:
1 Craigie Hill 16 points
2 Blairgowrie 13.5 points
3 Auchterarder 13 points
4 Alyth 11.5 points
5 Pitlochry 11 points
6 Crieff 10 points
Draw for County meeting at Muckhart Thursday 14th September
9.30 A Miller, L Kyle
9.37 A Houston, K Jarvie, L Murray
9.45 A Priestly, M McPherson, R Duncan
9.52 Alexis Sinclair, J French, H Gibson
10.00 J Hamilton, C Lambie, A Bushby
10.07 C Choudhary, A McGregor, S Service
10.15 S Mitchell, L McGraw, A Duncan
10.22 H Dalgleish, S Crystal, L Westwood
10.30 M Robertson, D Butchart, M MacRae
10.37 S Dunphy, N Hay, P Colquhoun
10.45 J Stevenson, J Clowe, E Watson
10.52 S Mellor, S Jones, W Stewart
11.00 P Hebner, M Carruthers, J Donaldson
11.07 J Proudfoot, M Macleod, J Thom
11.15 M Chalmers, L O'Donnell, A Allan
11.22 C Peebles, J Pringle, C Monks
11.30 L Fall, J Griffiths, A Crossland
LATE ENTRIES ACCEPTED - PLEASE CONTACT LENORE KYLE ON 01337 827594
Sunday, September 03, 2006
Tuesday, August 29, 2006
Monday, August 28, 2006
Ladies Home International selection for Roseanne
Following her fabulous season of successes, County team member Roseanne Niven has been selected to represent Scotland in the Ladies Home Internationals to be held at Frilford Heath, Oxfordshire from September 13th - 15th. Fantastic news - well done Roseanne!
Roseanne pictured with her trophy from the Under 18's Championships held at Peebles - courtesy of Cal Carson.
Sunday, August 27, 2006
County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) finished in 7th place after a third round 74 in a rain effected event at the Royal Golf Club of Belgium. Roseanne & Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) did win the team event - having had the best first two round scores. Kelsey lead the event after two rounds and finished in third place after the final round. Well done to both girls.
Saturday, August 26, 2006
Results from Sandwich
County junior member Carly Booth (Comrie) finished in joint 6th place in the British Ladies Amateur Stroke Play Championships at the Prince's Golf Club in Sandwich, Kent. Her scores were 72, 83 (in torrental rain), 72, & 72 to finish on + 7 - Carly was the top placed Scottish player - the winner was Anna Rossi from Italy (-2). Well done Carly!
Photo courtesy of Tom Ward
County team member Roseanne Niven, Crieff and Kelsey MacDonald, Nairn Dunbar (pictured here at the recent Home Internationals in Ireland) won the team event at the Saab Junior International Tournament at the Royal Golf Club in Belgium. The rain curtailed event continues today the top thirty play a third round.Kelsey was leading the tournament and Roseanne was 17th when the competition was halted.
Good luck to both.
Photo courtesy of Tom Ward
Friday, August 25, 2006
Sponsored Golf day
A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who sponsored us on our marathon golf day at Strathmore last week - we raised in excess of £800! This included money raised by Sal Shepherd - despite not being able to play because of a sore foot - well done Sal. The money will go towards the costs for the Scottish County Finals at the Hirsel Golf Club from 22nd - 24th September 2006. The sponsors we thank are:
Alistair Aird (twice!)
Brian & Katy Healy, Deils Cauldron
Diane & Muir Hunter
David & Barbara Burberry, Dalchonzie Fruit Farm
Alison & Ian Niven, Gloagburn
Tom & Betty Lawton
Carol & Gwen Lambie
David & Irene Shepherd. Perthshire
Jo Welsh. London
Lyn Lowenstein. London
Nic Axford. London
Letty Mackinnion. Edinburgh
Jacky Burnett. Edinburgh
Mr & Mrs R Bushby
Mr & Mrs L Bushby
Janette Hamilton (Ladies Section Blairgowrie Golf Club)
D M Alexander
D J Alexander
A M Blair
E G Gray
Royal Leisure Limited (D Norman)
Family & friends of Sally Kettlewell
Thursday, August 24, 2006
County team member Roseanne Niven scored a second round 80 to be on +12 and in 13th place in the Saab International Junior Tournament at the Royal Golf Club of Belgium. Fellow Scot Kelsey MacDonald leads the tournament after two rounds on +4 scoring two rounds of 74.
County junior member Carly Booth scored a second round 83 for a two round total of 9 over par and dropped from 2nd equal to equal 15th in the British Ladies Amateur Stroke Play Championships at The Prince's Golf Club in Sandwich, Kent. Krystle Caithness is the top Scot on + 4 - 6th equal.
Wednesday, August 23, 2006
County junior member Carly Booth (Comrie) had a great start to her campaign at the Ladies British Open Amateur Stroke Play Championships at the Prince's Club in Sandwich, Kent. Carly scored a 1 under par 72 in the first round today as did Krystle Caithness (St Regulus). The lead is held by Rachel Newren (-3) from the USA. Good luck to Carly for the rest of the tournament.
Live scoring at http://www.lgu.org
County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) lies in eighth place after the first round of the Saab International Junior Event being played at the Royal Golf Club of Belgium from 23rd to 26th August. Roseanne scored a 4 over par 76, two behind fellow Scot Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar). Good luck to both girls for tomorrow.
More details at http://www.sij.be
County junior member and County team first reserve, Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) who was third scratch at the County Open meeting at Inchmarlo yesterday. Jacqueline scored a scratch 78 and reduced her handicap to 6.6. The event was won by Laura Murray (Alford) and Mary Summers (Panmure Barry) was second. Well done Jacqueline.
Tuesday, August 22, 2006
County treasurer Liz Fertacz and former County captain Muriel McPherson who have won through to the Scottish finals of the Amateur Lady Golfer (ALG) competition. They beat Joan Ritchie and Sheila Dunphy (also county members) in the regional final played at Murrayshall yesterday - well done Liz & Muriel and good luck for the final!
Monday, August 21, 2006
Perth & Kinross County Team for Scottish County Finals - The Hirsel Golf Club, Coldstream, 22nd - 24th September 2006
I am delighted to announce the county team is as follows:
Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore)
Gwen Lambie (Dunkeld & Birnam)
Jillian Milne (Craigie Hill)
Emma Napper (Craigie Hill)
Roseanne Niven (Crieff)
Fiona Ramsay (Crieff)
Sal Shepherd (Blairgowrie)
Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall).
First reserve Jacqueline Sneddon, Second reserve Dawn Butchart.
I would like to thank Emily Ogilvy & Sally Kettlewell for their splendid efforts at Crieff in June and wish them well with their studies. - Janet Griffiths, Captain P & K L C G A.
Despite the gloomy forecast County members enjoyed a fine day at Perth Inch. The course has experienced some problems with the greens and had four temporary greens in place. As a result the competition was non counting.
Best Scratch -
Alexandra Bushby ( Strathmore) 76
Dawn Butchart (Strathmore) 79 bih
Janet Griffiths (Comrie) 79
Best Nett -
Margaret Macrae (Pitlochry) 67 bih
Maya Robertson (Taymouth Castle) 67 bih
Sally Crystal ( Taymouth Castle) 67
The golf balls were won by Louise Westwood (Whitemoss) and Moira Vass (Dunblane)
Next meeting is Muckhart on 14th September - please post your entries to Lenore Kyle.
Sunday, August 20, 2006
To County junior member Eve Muirhead (Pitlochry) who came second in the North of Scotland Girls Tournament at Kirriemuir today scoring a scratch 73 (css 72). The best scratch went to Laura Murray (Alford) 72. Eve had the best nett of the day (67) but the scratch prize list took precedence - well done Eve!
County Team member Alexandra Bushby organised a sponsored golf day at Strathmore Golf Club yesterday. Those who took part were Alexandra Bushby, fellow team member Sally Kettlewell, Vice Captain Dawn Butchart and Captain Janet Griffiths. Alexandra, Sally and Dawn set off at 7.15am for their first round, Janet joined them at 12.00pm for the second round and they all played again at 5.45pm!
Sponsors were sought prior to the event - many thanks to everyone who contributed and around £600 was raised. The money is to go towards the costs for the Scottish County Finals at the Hirsel in Coldstream from 22nd - 25th September 2006.
Many thanks to Strathmore Golf Club for giving us courtesy of the course. A big thank you to Alexandra for organising the event and to those who took part. Thanks also to caddies Barbara Kettlewell, Sandy Bushby and caddy/photographer Greig Butchart. A list of sponsors will be published later this week.
We are also hoping that lots of County members will be able to come along and support the County Team when they take part in the Finals in September.
Friday, August 18, 2006
Thursday, August 17, 2006
Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Disappointment in Ireland
Both County Team member, Roseanne Niven & County junior member Carly Booth went out in the second round of the matchplay stages of the British Girls' Amateur Championships at Portstewart, Northern Ireland, today. Both girls had good wins this morning, Roseanne beat fellow Scot Laura Murray by one hole and Carly beat Sarah Tyson of England by 4 & 3. Roseanne faced Norwegian Amalie Valle this afternoon and was defeated 2 & 1. Carly played against Araceli Felgueroso of Spain and lost the match at the twentieth hole.
Our congratulations to both girls for a splendid effort in Ireland both this week and last week at the Home Internationals.
Tuesday, August 15, 2006
Monday, August 14, 2006
The good form of County team member Roseanne Niven and County junior member Carly Booth continues. Roseanne scored a 1 over par 74 to lie in a tie for fifth place and Carly is on 76 - 3 over par tied eighth after the first day's play - good luck for tomorrow.
Live scoring at http://www.lgu.org
Sunday, August 13, 2006
Roseanne breaks the course record at Crieff - again !
Playing in a junior medal at Crieff a week past Friday, County team member Roseanne Niven scored a scratch 67 (SS 74) to break her own course record set earlier this year - what a season she is having - well done Roseanne!
Photo courtesy of Cal Carson.
Saturday, August 12, 2006
10.00 A Bushby, D Butchart, J Griffiths
10.08 M Middleton, A Houston, A Priestley
10.16 L Westwood, P Colquhoun, A McGregor
10.24 A Tannock, H Gibson, F Guild
10.32 M Robertson, D Farquhar, M Ritchie
10.40 J Hamilton, S Erskine, D Doris
10.56 M Watson, A Duncan, S Crystal
11.04 M Whittet, C Choudhary, C Peebles
11.12 A Duff, B Neilson, P Kelly
11.20 E Watson, J Nisbet, A Crossland
11.28 M Macrae, A Watson, L O'Donnell
11.36 M Storry, S Jones, Sheena McNaughton
11.44 M Carruthers, M Chalmers, R McGeoghegan
11.52 S Irvine, A Young, M Robertson-Lang
12.00 J Proudfoot, I Meddicks, A Sinclair
Late entries accepted - contact Janet Griffiths on 01764 670567 or email on email@example.com
Friday, August 11, 2006
All six afternoon singles have been won by Scotland
Kyrstle Caithness by 3 & 2
Roseanne Niven by 3 & 2
Sally Watson by 5 & 3
Rachael Livingstone by 6 & 5
Kelsey MacDonald by 3 & 1
Carly Booth by 4 & 3
This gives Scotland the series for the first time since 1998 - well done!
A 3-0 scoreline in the foursomes matches this morning has put Scotland in a very strong position to take the title in Ireland. County Team member Roseanne Niven paired with Kelsey MacDonald and County junior member Carly Booth partnering Sally Watson won their morning foursomes matches (3 & 2 and 3 & 1 respectively). Krystle Caithness & Michele Thomson also won by 4 & 3.
Four of the afternoon's singles matches have been won by Scotland - Krystle by 3 & 2, Roseanne by 3 & 2, Sally Watson by 5 & 3 and Rachael Livingstone by 6 & 5. Kelsey is all square after 13 and Carly is 1 up after 10.
Thursday, August 10, 2006
Another fabulous day for Scotland in the Girls Home Internationals in Ireland.
The team overcame England in the morning foursomes by three matches to nil and were victorious in the afternoon singles by 4 1/2 to 1/2. There were two wins from two for County team member, Roseanne Niven and one win and a half for County junior member Carly Booth.
Well done to everyone and good luck for tomorrow when Scotland meet the hosts, Ireland.
Today's result: Scotland 7 1/2 England 1 1/2
All three foursomes played this morning against England were won by Scotland.
Krystle Caithness & Michele Thomson won by 3 & 2
Carly Booth & Sally Watson won by 2 & 1
Roseanne Niven & Kelsey McDonald won by 3 & 2
Well done and good luck for this afternoon's singles matches.
Wednesday, August 09, 2006
Scotland face England who beat Ireland 6 1/2 to 2 1/2, tomorrow - good luck to everyone.
Live scoring at http://www.lgu.org
There are six singles matches this afternoon - Carly and Roseanne have been selected to play - good luck to everyone.
Results later. If you want to know what is happening sooner go to http://www.lgu.org where there is live scoring.
Tuesday, August 08, 2006
Sunday, August 06, 2006
Thursday, August 03, 2006
A quick reminder that the Scottish mixed foursomes will be held at Deeside GC on Sunday September 10. Entries are to be in by August 14th. So please send off your entries as soon as possible.
Sunday, July 30, 2006
Following her fine performance in the European Junior Masters in Austria, Carly has been selected as the only UK representative in the 6 girl, 6 boy team to play in the Junior Ryder Cup on 18 & 19 September at Celtic Manor.
Spencer Henderson the Scottish Golf Union Coach said "Carly's performance here in Austria has been incredible and I am very pleased for her and for Scotland that we have a player in the Junior Ryder Cup team.
"The level and standard of competition in this year's European Young Masters is the best I've seen in the three years I've been attending the event.
"Scotland finished fourth in the team event and I am extremely proud of them, considering they were competing against the best of 22 other nations."
Well done Carly!
Saturday, July 29, 2006
Junior member Carly Booth (Comrie) finished in third place in the European Junior Masters in Murhof in Austria. In a low scoring final round Saskia Hausladen from Germany scored a 64 to finish -9, Carlota Ciganda of Spain scored a 68 to finish in second place on -5 and Carly had a final round of 71 to finish -2.
Well done Carly.
Selection for the Junior Ryder Cup which is to take place at Celtic Manor in Wales from 18 - 19 September, takes place after the conclusion of the European Masters Tournament.
13 year old Megan Aird (Strathmore) continues to amaze everyone with her wonderful golfing acheivements. Megan got her first 18 hole handicap this season - starting at 26. She immediately reduced to 24 then to 21. Megan has joined the SLGA competition circuit and took part in the Ladies Junior Open Strokeplay Championships at Stirling this week. An excellent scratch 91 in the second round reduced her handicap and then a final round scratch 87 - nett 66 won her the under 14s best nett of the day! Megan's handicap is now 18.3.
I have just heard news from Strathmore - Megan has played today and shot a nett 68 and reduced her handicap still further to 17.4.
Well done Megan!
Roseanne Niven 69,75,75 total 219 (joint 6th)
Annabel Niven 82, 88, 79 total 249 (joint 35th)
Jacqueline Sneddon 87, 83, 84 total 254 (joint 42nd)
Megan Aird 100, 91, 87 total 278 (joint 59th)
Karen Dunbar 92, 93, 95 total 280 (joint 62nd)
Congratulations to everyone!
The winner of the tournament with the most exceptional display of golf was Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) who broke the course record on the first day with a 64 and followed up with two rounds of 69 for a total 0f 202.
At the prizegiving ceremony it was announced that Roseanne Niven is selected to represent Scotland in the Belgian International Junior Event in Brussels from 23 - 26 August - well done Roseanne.
Friday, July 28, 2006
Auchterarder was in excellent condition for our County Meeting yesterday and with the weather matching the course some suberb scores were returned. Gwen Lambie was on the top of the leader board with a scratch 73. Gwen has been enjoying fantastic form this season, well done Gwen. Home player Sheila Dunphy also returned an excellent score of nett 67.
Full results are as follows:
Gwen Lambie (Dunkeld) 73
Jane Yellowlees (Murrayshall) 76
Alexandra Bushby (Strathmore) 79 bih
Liz Fertcz (Dunkeld) 79
Shona Leighton (Alyth) 79
Jillian Milne (Craigiehill) 79
Sheila Dunphy (Auchterarder) (19) 67
Sandy Young (Auchterarder) (17) 68
Ann Duncan (Taymouth) (19) 69 bih
Louise Westwood (Whitemoss) (14) 69
Jaqueline Stevenson (Callander) (19) 69
Janette Hamilton (Blairgowrie) (17) 70
Well done to all the above and please get your entries off to Janet Griffiths for Captains Day at the Perth Inch on August 21st.
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
The Perth and Kinross County Team were invited to a Civic Reception hosted by Perth Provost Bob Scott in honour of our win at the Northern Division Team Championship at Crieff. It was a fantastic evening and we were very honoured to attend on behalf of the association.
Front row left to right Dawn Butchart (Vice Captain) Provost Bob Scott, Janet Griffiths (Captain) Back rows Sally Kettlewell, Jane Yellowlees, Liz Miskimmin (President), Alexandra Bushby, Roseanne Niven, Emma Napper, Emily Ogilvy, Jillian Milne and Fiona Ramsay
Some the guests have an informal chat
Jillian Milne chats with Gleneagles Coach
We were so excited we even took photo's of us taking photo's!
Roseanne Niven with Captain Janet Griffiths with the under 18 Scottish Girls Championship Trophy
Monday, July 24, 2006
Good luck to county juniors Roseanne Niven, Jacqueline Sneddon, Annabel Niven, Karen Dunbar and Megan Aird who have entered the Scottish Ladies' Junior Open Stroke Play Championships at Stirling this Thursday and Friday. If you are near to Stirling please go along and support them!
8.32 & 13.12 Annabel Niven (Crieff)
8.48 & 13.28 Karen Dunbar (Aberfeldy)
9.12 & 13.52 Roseanne Niven (Crieff)
10.24 & 15.04 Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth)
11.04 & 15.44 Megan Aird (Strathmore)
Congratulations to County junior member Jacqueline Sneddon who represented her club, Alyth, in the Volvo Masters Amateur tournament at The Roxburghe in the Borders last Thursday. Jacqueline came third and now goes on the the national finals at Wentworth - well done Jacqueline and good luck for the finals!
Saturday, July 22, 2006
County Team member Roseanne Niven proudly holds the Scottish Under 18 trophy.
Our warmest congratulations to Roseanne.
Photo courtesy of Cal Carson Golf
Friday, July 21, 2006
Both Roseanne Niven and Carly Booth have been named in the Girls Home International matches at Portstewart Golf Club Northern Ireland from August 9th to 11th.
Not only have they been named for this event but have also been selected as two of only three girls whose scores will count for Scotland in the international team event staged in conjunction with the qualifying rounds of the Girls' British Open championship at Portstewart GC from August 14 to 18. Roseanne has also been given the huge honour of being named as Team Captain.
To follow is the teams as they have been announce:
The team for the girls' home international matches at Portstewart Golf Club, Northern Ireland from August 9 to 11:
Carly Booth (Comrie),
Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm),
Krystle Caithness (St Regulus),
Rachael Livingstone (Musselburgh Old),
Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar),
Roseanne Niven (Crieff),
Michelle Thomson (McDonald Ellon),
Sally Watson (Elie & Earlsferry).
Reserves: Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie Ladies), Laura Murray (Alford), Edwina Lowrey-Gold (Eaton), Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey).
The three girls whose scores will count for Scotland in the international team event staged in conjunction with the qualifying rounds of the Girls' British Open championship at Portstewart GC from August 14 to 18 are:
Carly Booth (Comrie),
Krystle Caithness (St Regulous),
Roseanne Niven (Crieff), capt.
Reserves: Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar), Rachael Livingstone (Musselburgh Old), Michelle Thomson (McDonald Ellon).
We were all treated to a beautifully presented course on the most glorious day for our County Meeting at Alyth yesterday. This in turn resulted in some excellent scoring and a reduction in the CSS which ended at 70.
County Team member Jane Yellowlees returned a fantastic one over par 72 scratch score followed by team mate Jillian Milne who posted a 75. There were an amazing 5 nett 67 scores, Dunkeld member Morag Brydson topped the score board on a better in half. Well done to all the ladies who took part. The full results were as follows:
Jane Yellowlees 72
Jillian Milne 75
Gwen Lambie 77
Moira Middleton 78
Morag Brydson (14) 67 bih
Liz Fertacz (12) 67 bih
Jane Yellowlees (5) 67 bih
Moira Middleton (11) 67 bih
Eileen Watson (23) 67
Wilma Stewart (25) 68
Marjorie Leitch (25) 69 bih
Sally Crystal (19) 69 bih
Ann Duncan (19) 69
The golf ball raffle was won by Sally Crystal, Moira Middleton and Nan Morrison. All three received a sleeve of balls.
If you haven't already entered Auchterarder next Thursday then please contact Jillian Milne for a late entry.
ROSEANNE IS NEW SCOTTISH UNDER 18 CHAMPION
County Team member Roseanne Niven has just been crowned the new under 18 Scottish Champion after a 3&2 win over Rachael Livingstone. Fantastic News!! Well done Roseanne, a more detailed report will follow!
Roseanne Niven is 2 up through 12. Will try to keep you updated as much as poss!
Thursday, July 20, 2006
Roseanne through to the final at Peebles
County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) won through to the final at the Scottish under 18's Amateur Championships at Peebles today. After three days of tough golf in very high temperatures Roseanne will play Rachel Livingstone (Musselburgh) in the 18 hole final tomorrow (9.00am). In the quarter finals Roseanne beat Michele Thomson (McDonald Ellon) by 1 hole and in the semi finals she overcame Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie) by 4 & 3 with level par golf. Roseanne's opponent Rachel, beat Kelsey MacDonald in the quarter finals and then Edwina Lowrey-Gold in the semi finals.
We wish Roseanne the very best of luck in the final - if anyone is near Peebles golf club tomorrow - do go along and support her!
Photo courtesy of Cal Carson
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
In the first round this morning Annabel Niven (Crieff) faced the number 2 seed and winner of the North of Scotland tournament, Michelle Thomson (McDonald Ellon) Annabel was defeated by 4 & 3. Eve Muirhead (Pitlochry) was up against in form 11th seed Katy McNicoll (Carnoustie), Eve lost 5 & 4. Better news of Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth) who qualified in 30th place. She was drawn against Jane Turner (Mortonhall) seeded 3 who recently won the East of Scotland Championships and who had the best score (67) in the first qualifying round of these championships. Jacqueline won 3 & 2. County team member Roseanne Niven (Crieff) faced last year's winner of the Ainsley Salver, Cara Easton (Dalmahoy) Roseanne won 5 & 4.
In this afternoon's second round Jacqueline was unfortunately beaten by 14th seed Gillian Monteith (Portpatrick Dunskey) by 4 & 2. Roseanne played 10th seed Pamela Prestwell (Bothwell Castle) and won 5 & 4. She now faces second seed Michele Thomson in the quarter finals tomorrow. Good luck Roseanne!
Congratulations to everyone for a fantastic effort in very difficult conditions - sweltering heat on an extremely undulating course - well done!
Full results: http://www.slga.co.uk
DRAW FOR AUCHTERARDER
To follow is the draw for Auchterarder. If you wish a late entry please contact Jillian Milne.
o9.20: J Milne, D Butchart
09.28: L Miskimmon, J Griffiths, N Morrison
09.36: E Donaldson, A Houston, S Ogg
09.44: M Macrae, M Middleton, M McPherson
09.52: P Drysdale, H Gibson. C Irvine
10.00: L McGraw, P Colquhoun, L Murray
10.08: L Kyle, S Mitchell, S Bowers
10.16: L Westwood, C Souter, A Henry
10.24: J Clowe, R Duncan, S MacDougall
10.32: M Reid, M McGlashan, H Dalgleish
10.40: J Muirhead, M Halkerston, M Robertson
10.48: K McKellar, L Pattinson,M Ritchie
10.56: J Hamilton, M Watson, J Donaldson
11.04: A Speirs, E Benzies, S Durward
11.12: P Wanless, K McAlpine, J Stevenson
11.20: I Murdoch, J Nisbet, S Dunphy
11.28: G Paterson, P Kelly, M McLeod
11.36: P Hebner, J Thom, A Crossland
11.44: C Peebles, N Bremner, M Carruthers
11.52: B Harley, J Gemmell, M Robertson-Lang
12.00: S Jones, S (J) McNaughton, H Pirnie
12.08: L Crichton, C Monks, H Stout
12.16: M Leitch, F Anderson, M Storry
12.24: J Ritchie, I Murray, A Young
17.12: C Muir, G Lambie, A Stockley
17.20: S Leighton, L Fertacz, C Lambie
17.28: S Crystal, C Choudhary, M McKay
Tuesday, July 18, 2006
In sweltering heat, Roseanne Niven (73, 73), Eve Muirhead (79, 83) Jacqueline Sneddon (80,85) and Annabel Niven (82, 84) qualified for the matchplay stages of the Scottish Under 18's Championships at Peebles today. 12 year old Megan Aird from Strathmore did not manage to qualify but is enjoying playing in national competitions and experiencing new courses. Well done to everyone and good luck for tomorrow!
Roseanne Niven vs Cara Easton
Eve Muirhead vs Katy McNicoll
Jacqueline Sneddon vs Jane Turner
Annabel Niven vs Michelle Thomson
Monday, July 17, 2006
Junior members, Roseanne Niven (Crieff), Annabel Niven (Crieff), Jacqueline Sneddon (Alyth), Eve Muirhead (Pitlochry) and Megan Aird (Strathmore) are competing in the Scottish Girls Amateur Championships at Peebles Golf Club starting tomorrow. Good luck to all!
Saturday, July 15, 2006
In a close match between Sweden and Scotland for fifth place, Scotland lost 3 to 2. In the morning foursomes Carly Booth & Krystle Caithness lost 3 & 2 and Kelsey MacDonald and Roseanne Niven lost 3 & 1. The points in the afternoon singles were shared - Kelsey lost 3 & 1, Krystle halved her match and Carly won 4 & 3. This resulted in an overall placing of 6th - well done everyone!
Full results top flight:
more details: http://www.dgu.org/egtc2006
Scotland beat Netherlands 5-0 in the European girls' golf championship at Esbjerg Golf Club, Denmark on Friday. County junior member Carly Booth (Comrie) and Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) won their foursome 2 and 1 while Kelsey Macdonald (Nairn Dunbar) and County team member Roseanne Niven from Crieff were 3 and 1 winners of their morning tie. In making a clean sweep of the three singles, Kelsey won by two holes, Krystle by one hole and Roseanne by 4 and 2. Well done everyone and good luck for the next round.
Scotland will now play Sweden today for fifth place in the final standings.
The final will be between six times champions Spain (3-2 winners over Denmark) and Germany (4-1 winners against France).
Scotland were narrowly beaten 3-2 by Denmark in the first round of the European girls’ team golf championship at Esbjerg Golf Club on Thursday. The best they do now is to finish fifth. County junior member Carly Booth (Comrie) partnering Krystle Caithness (St Regulus) lost at the 20th in one of the two morning foursomes. Kelsey MacDonald (Nairn Dunbar) and County team member, Roseanne Niven (Crieff) won the other foursomes tie, which meant that everything depended on the three afternoon singles. Roseanne was the only winner in the singles, Denmark won two of them with Carly being beaten 2 and 1 and Krystle going down 4 and 3.
Good luck for the rest of the competition.
Friday, July 14, 2006
To follow is the re-arranged draw for Alyth which was postponed due to the course being closed. There are spaces for late entries, contact me on 01828 633000/633395 or Email me on the above Email address and please please please don't let it rain again on the 20th!!
10.04: D Butchart, E Donaldson
10.11: J Yellowlees, N Morrison
10.18: S Kettlewell, J Griffiths, A Bushby
10.25: K McAlpine, M Middleton, P Wanless
10.32: S Ogg, A Duff, H Welsh
10.39: A Sinclair, L Findlay, M Robertson
10.46: A Watson, M Watson, A Miller
10.53: J Junor, K Jarvie, A Grewar
11.07: S Young, J Muir, C Henry
11.14: M McGlashan, M MacNaughon, J Stewart
11.21: J Muirhead, M Reid, J Nisbet
11.28: H Gibson, A Henry, A Preistley
11.35: M Halkerston, L McGraw, J Heaney
11.42: E Benzies, J French, G Pennycook
11.49: P Drysdale, E Marshall, M Brydson
11.56: H Dalgleish, L Pattinson, J Landsburgh
12.00: S Mitchell, I Murdoch, M Ritchie
12.07: M Vass, L Mailer, E Watson
12.14: S Erskine, A Speirs, S Bowers
12.31: P Colquhoun, D Doris, A Hood
12.38: A Tannock, M Macrae, S MacDougall
12.45: W Stewart, M Wellstead, M Carruthers
12.52: C Winton, N Hay, S Peacock
13.06: A Spence, A Crossland, R McGeoghegan
13.13: S Durward, C Peebles, M MacLeod
13.20: P Hebner, C Choudray, J Donaldson
13.27: L Crighton, H Pirnie, J Thom
13.34: F Anderson, M Leitch, J Gemmell
13.41: L Milligan, S Irvine, H Stout
13.48: M Chalmers, M Robertson-Lang, D Wallace
13.55: J Groom, I Meddicks, M McLay
5.25: N Fleming, S Leighton, J Milne
5.31: L Fertacz, R Brass, S Crystal
5.38: A Duncan, H Straw, B Clough
5.45: Maya Robertson, S McNaughton, J Miller
5.52: M Marshall, M McKay, C Lambie
5.59: C Turner, F Johnston, G Lambie
What a warm welcolme we received at Dunkeld yesterday. The course was in excellent condition and the views were magnificent. A real treat! Home member Gwen Lambie certainly made the most of the scoring conditions and returned an excellent gross score of 74, the CSS for the day was 72 she was therefore 6 under her handicap of 8 and is the 2006 winner of the coronation Trophy.
Gwen the recent winner of the Blairgowrie Championship is certainly on form at present, well done.
Congratulations also go to Morag Brydson who returned a nett 71 and wins the Handicap Quaich. Full results are as follows:
G Lambie 74
G Wallace 81
S Leighton 82
S Kettlewell 84 bih
C Dunbar 84
M Brydson (14) 71
C Lambie (16) 72 bih
C Robertson (19) 72
L Pattinson (17) 73
Well done all
Wednesday, July 12, 2006
The draw for the re-scheduled meeting which will be held at Alyth on 20th will be posted on Friday 14th July. If you were on the original draw and can not make the next meeting, or if you were not available for the original meeting but can play on the 20th, then please contact Dawn on 01828 633000 or 01828 633395 or email me on IandDinsurance@aol.com otherwise I will assume that if you were in the original draw then you can play in the re-scheduled draw.