Congratulations to the following 200 Club winners for November and December as well as the lucky Snowball Draw winners. November 1. Rogan Barret – £30 2. Barbara Parrish – £18 3. Colin Campbell – £12 4. Alan Neilson – £6 December 1. Lindsay Ramsay – £30 2. David Ritchie – £18 3. Sandy Galbraith –
Want to shape the future of golf in Scotland for young people? If any Carradale golfers aged between 14-23 wish to participate please apply before 21 November. https://www.scottishgolf.org/club-services/participation/scottish-golf-young-persons-panel/
The Ladies AGM & Prizegiving will start at 7.30 pm followed by a light buffet kindly supplied by the committee.
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The timing of the Gents AGM will require to be brought forward. to Saturday 27th Oct 2018. The presentation of competition winners and trophies will be held in the clubhouse on Saturday 27th October at 2.30 with the AGM commencing at 3.00pm
The above event postponed from July will be held on 27 October at 11.00 am.
We are delighted to have Carradale Golf Club member Sir Michael Astill as our guest speaker on 3 November 2018 on “A Life in Crime”. Tickets £25 on sale now at The Glen Bar & Restaurant and the Post Office. Members and guests welcome.
Congratulations to the following 200 Club winners: September: Ryan Donnelly – £30; Duncan Munro – £18; Ann Storm – £12; Carol Abernethy – £6 October: Mary Semple – £30; Lorna McMurchy – £18; Gillian Kitson – £12; Fiona Neilson – £6
Congratulations to the team winners of the Gents and Ladies September Cups, played in lovely sunshine (in between 2 brief showers) and generously sponsored by Stable Kitchens. Following play, all players were rewarded with a very tasty buffet lunch (many thanks Cheryl ). Thanks to all participants, organisers, and contributors to the day. Pictured are:
Club committees have always reserved honorary/life membership of a club for those who have contributed at the highest level. In this case the level of success and contribution over the years is undoubted and we’re delighted to announce the award of Life Membership of Carradale Golf Club to Margaret Campbell. Margaret learnt to play golf
It is with regret that we are cancelling the above event on 12 September due to lack of entries.
Congratulation to former Carradale member and ladies match play champion Jennifer Owen who recently won the ladies club championship at Old Course Ranfurly Golf Club. All of Jennifer’s formative golf was played at Carradale. Well done Jennifer, we are all so proud of you.
Carradale Portugal 2018 ….. when the assistant greenkeeper beats the players. Well done Gareth – looks as though you have all had a fabulous time.
Kindly sponsored by Stable Kitchens (https://www.facebook.com/stablekitchens/) Fun event over 9 holes for all over 12 years old followed by light buffet in the clubhouse.
We welcomed 17 teams to our AM-AM Open Team Competition on 5 August 2018. The weather held and the course was in great condition receiving many positive comments following a tough season of extreme weather conditions for greenkeeper Robert Strang. The club thank Glen Scotia for their very generous sponsorship of the day and their
Reminder: RNLI Shield competition tomorrow evening. Just add your name to the list in the clubhouse.
STOP PRESS: Still some tee times available before 9.00 am and after 2.00 pm. Open 18 hole team competition for members and non members with CONGU handicap, kindly sponsored by GLEN SCOTIA. Entries now being taken for our AM-AM in August which we are delighted is kindly sponsored by our loyal supporter Glen Scotia. Please
Congratulations to Andrew White winning The Taylor Trophy (for boys under 18). In 1960,Mrs Elsie Walker presented The Taylor Trophy to the club in memory of her father, Alec Taylor, and the Trophy is the second oldest in the club. This year’s winner, Andrew White, is pictured receiving the cup from Alan Walker, one of
Great night at our annual Summer Dance last night. The heavy rain did not dampen spirits with lots of fun and dancing to the Kinloch Ceilidh Band. A big THANK YOU to all who came along and to the many helpers pre and on the night.
The details for the re-scheduled Senior Open are now available.