Captain’s Day winners – Emma Borthwick on the right winner of the Captain’s Prize and Izzy Anderson winner of the 9 hole competition.
Missing from this photograph is the fourth member of the winning team (Alan Walker) whilst Gillian Kitson, Finlay Neilson and Liz McGhie, proudly hold the Neil McMurchy Centenary Trophy after winning the Texas Scramble held on Sunday 2 August 2015. The trophy is presented annually by the McMurchy family in memory of their late father,
The RNLI Shield played last night after postponement from last Wednesday, attracted 26 entrants, raising £320 for the charity. The winners were R. McConnachie and B. Forbes (pictured here) with F. Neilson and J. Petrie runners up and K.Webster and L. McGeachy third.
Tickets are now on sale for our Grand Draw Raffle which will be drawn at the Club’s Annual Dinner on Saturday 7 November 2015. Tickets cost £1 each or £5 for a book of 5. The main prize as shown earlier on the website is an ORIGINAL WATERCOLOUR PAINTING OF CARRADALE HARBOUR by Rory Kent,
The Ladies Club Championship competing for the Chris Campbell Memorial Trophy is being held on Saturday and Sunday 27/28 June concurrently with the Gents’ Club Championship (Rounds 3 and 4). The starting times are : 9.40 S. Rattray, M Walker 9.50 L. McGeachy, Ly McGeachy 10.00 M Campbell, M Richardson, S Irvine 10.15 G McIntosh,
Our new Open, the Mixed Texas Scramble proved to be a very successful competition and is likely to be in the annual calendar in the future. The winners this year were ‘local boys’, Captain, Jim Galbraith, Bob Abernethy, John Paterson and John McFadyen. Jim Galbraith needing a 2 at the 18th to win, came up
Carradale Golf Club will be holding a Grand Raffle over the coming months and the main prize will be this beautiful watercolour painting by the renowned artist Rory Kent. A native of Norfolk, he is influenced by the natural world in rural Norfolk as well as Brittany and Germany where he spent several years as
The Doctor’s Cup, an annual competition between Dunaverty and Carradale was held at Dunaverty this year. Dunaverty retained the cup with a score of 4.5 to 2.5. Well done to Dunaverty.
The Ryder Cup came to Campbeltown and over 200 people queued for the chance to see the beautiful gold plated trophy and have their photograph taken standing beside it.
12 ladies played in the recent Greensome and the winners were Margaret Campbell and Gail McIntosh
Carradale Ladies Club Championship took place in glorious weather with the players competing for the Chris Campbell Memorial Trophy. As last year, the ladies two days of golf took place on the last weekend of the Gents’ championship culminating in the presentation of prizes to the winners of each section. Results: Ladies Scratch and Club
Carradale held its annual AM-AM on Saturday 9 August this year, a departure from the usual Sunday. Despite it clashing with the Rotary Open at Machrihanish and the Mid Argyll Show, 16 teams took part and enjoyed an excellent day of golf in beautiful sunshine. This year, history was made with the winners and runners-up being
On Captain’s Day a total of 20 ladies including invited guests took part in an 18 hole Stableford Competition and for the non handicapped ladies a 9 hole competition. The early players completed their game in dry conditions, however the later players had to endure driving rain, gusts of wind and eventually a spot of
The Taylor Trophy (Boys) was won by Rowan Irvine. The Girls’ Trophy was not competed for this year, but Anna Gemmill won the Junior Girls’ Trophy. The competitions for children under 13 took place in July and August and there are some budding future golfers if their efforts were anything to go by. They all
The Neil McMurchy Centenary Trophy is an annual competition played as a Texas Scramble. 40 players took part and the winning team was Bill Martin, G. McMillan, Lindsay MacDonald and Gillian Kitson with a score of 24.85 (29-4.15)
On Sunday 27 April, Carradale Ladies held their annual Interclub Day. Throughout the day, players from Machrihanish, Dunaverty and Tarbert enjoyed their round of golf in beautiful sunshine. Thanks to Greenkeeper Robert Strang’s hard work over the winter, the course was in an excellent condition. The host club put on a buffet prior to the
Fiona Rattray and Laura Finlayson were the winners at the Carradale Ladies Open which attracted 36 entrants at the beginning of June. Despite mixed weather conditions, some of the ladies achieved excellent scores. The course was in tip-top condition, thanks to greenkeeper, Robert Strang and his assistant, Gareth. Fiona Rattray won the scratch salver while
Despite contrary weather conditions, 28 golfers played in the annual Neilson Rosebowl nine-hole mixed greensome at Carradale Golf Club. The competition is open to members and non-members alike and juniors over the age of 13. Winners of the Handicap Trophy, the Neilson Rosebowl, scoring an excellent 25.8 were Eilidh Neilson and Jim Galbraith. Runners-up with