Wednesday, 13 December @ 5pm in the clubhouse £5 Secret Santa Contributions of party food will be gratefully received – please write on the clubhouse noticeboard list what you can bring. We look forward to seeing you there
Congratulations to the Snowball Draw winners: 1. Mary Paterson £150 2. Carolyn Cordiner £100 3. Catherine Dunlop 135 £50
Carradale Annual Golf Dinner was held on Saturday 4th November . We were fortunate to have Belle Robertson as our guest speaker. Belle entertained us all to a very interesting talk relating several of her many golfing experiences! Our other guests were our green keeper Robert Strang and his wife Cheryl. We must thank the
Carradale golf club annual President V Captains match was a very successful morning. We endured all types of weather! Fifteen hardy participants played for the Presidents potty the winning team was the Captains – not even with Belle Robertson playing for my team could we manage victory! Soup and sandwiches in the clubhouse rounded off
Congratulations to our 200 Club winners for September and October: September David Rattray £30 Cheryl Strang £18 Mhairi Jeffrey £12 Sue Campbell £6 October Kenneth Oman £30 Mike Richardson £18 Liam Paterson £12 Alistair Brown £6
We are delighted to have Belle Robertson as guest speaker at this year’s annual dinner. Please see attached Poster for full details. Attendees please inform of us of your menu option by 28 October to assist with catering – click poster below.
Congratulations to our 200 Club winners for July and August: July Jamie Robertson £30 Boston Borthwick £18 Morag Allan £12 Ian Mcghie £6 August Janita King £30 Robert Strang £18 Sue Harris £12 Moran Ramsay £6
Over 30 ladies and gents enjoyed play over 9 holes and 18 holes in sunny and calm conditions at the recent joint Captains’ Day. Play commenced at 9.30 am with around 17 players taking to the course in a shotgun start to amass as many stableford points as possible over 9 holes. On finishing their
The results are in for our AM-AM on Sunday. With a day of all weathers and with teams in the middle of the day getting thoroughly soaked Dunaverty golfers beat off their fellow competitors to win the Torrisdale Cup and fabulous Glen Scotia prizes presented by Iain McAlister (Manager Glen Scotia, Campbeltown) along with Gents
Glen Scotia banners up and course ready for our “Glen Scotia AMAM” this weekend. Still time to enter your team (contact Alan or add your team to the clubhouse list).
Please note the above match on 13 August has been postponed until further notice.
Golf is a game for everyone! Here we see one of our recent converts to the game taking part in the Gents Open and enjoying all of the course in the pursuit of excellence. Fortunately, neither the course nor any of the other competitors were harmed in the making of this film. Onwards and upwards!
Come along and take part in this charity event organised by Gents Captain Duncan Munro and Ladies Captain Anne Storm.
There was a great turnout today for the Mixed Texas Scramble following the club’s successful Summer Dance last night. Golfers were extremely lucky to capture a good weather window between heavy showers and thankfully the forecast of thunderstorms never materialised. Congratulations to the winning team of Andrew Kitson, Martin O Neill, Lynsay McGeachy and Liz
A great fun afternoon was had by all at the Ladies Greensome today. The winning combination of Laura McGeachy and Lorna Campbell took the top slot with Gail Macintosh and Emma Borthwick the runners up. The trophy donated in 1995 by the then Ladies Captain Alison McDougall was presented to the winners by current Ladies
Despite the blustery winds the Harbour Day was enjoyed by many. The golf club had a putting challenge which was supposed to be for children however many adults couldn’t resist the test – although not many were successful. The lucky square for the children was won by a visitor a young McCrae who was delighted with his
Tickets now on sale for the Summer Dance on 29 July at 7.30 pm. Dance the night away to music by Ryan McGlynn’s Band. Bar from 7.30 until midnight. Adults £10; Under 18’s £5 (must be accompanied by an adult) All welcome. Tickets available from Patterson’s Bakery or Carradale Post Office
The Ladies Grand Finale event was a great success and raised £360 for Marie Curie. This will be enough to pay for a Marie Curie nurse to stay overnight for 2 nights in a patient’s home, which is brilliant. The day started with a Backwards Pitch & Putt competition, cut short due to the rain,