The Gents Open is being held on Saturday 14 July 2013. Tee times are available from 0730. These can be booked through Alan Walker 01583 431637 or via sheets in the Clubhouse. Entry £10 per player.
Carradale Ladies Open attracted 46 entries from Kintyre and further afield with some splendid golf being played. The good weather helped as did the excellent course conditions. The results are as follows: HANDICAP WINNERS: 1. Laura Finlayson (Mortonhall) net 60 BIH 2. Shona Martin (Tarbert) net 61 3. Anne Storm (Carradale) net 62 SCRATCH WINNERS:
The Ladies annual Interclub Day took place on 28 April. The weather was every bit as challenging as the course, and players found themselves battling with hailstones, horizontal rain at times due to the strength of the wind, and occasionally some sun to dry everyone out – in time for the next downpour! In all
Presentation of prizes followed the Ladies AGM, and the winners were Margaret Campbell who won the Winter League Salver, the Captain’s Prize, the Melfort Quaich, the Silver Medal, the Winter Eclectic and the Handicap and Senior Winner of the Club Championship. She was also Runner Up in the Matchplay Cup. Marlene Walker won the RNLI
As from 1 December, the 2013 Membership Renewal Forms will be available for local members to collect from the Clubhouse. Members outwith Carradale will receive theirs in the post and all membership booklets will be posted out or hand delivered. Membership Fees for 2013 will be £152 for local, country and over 60s. Local and
Our Annual Dinner Dance is being held in Carradale Hotel on 3rd November 2012, 7 for 7.30pm. Tickets are £23.00 each and are available from Margaret Richardson (01583 431788); Alan Walker (01583 431637); and Dede Robertson (01583 431793). Music will be provided by Kevin McMillan. There will be a three course buffet and a Raffle.
Report for Carradale Golf Club
Winners of the AM-AM were R. McDougall, C McGeachy, R Wayson and G McMillan (Machrihanish) with a score of 49. Runners Up were I McKinnon, D Allen, M McArthur, and J Marrison (Dunaverty) with a score 0f 53 Third were D Rankin, D Irwin, L Ferguson and D McLean (Machrihanish) scoring 54 bih.
A competition was held at the Golf Club on Wednesday 8 August. The winners of the event, a mixed Greensome, was won by Eilidh Neilson and John MacLean. 23 players took part and after deducting the cost of golf balls as prizes, the total amount raised was just under £90.00
Congratulations to Jamie Campbell who broke the course record last Saturday scoring a gross 61. He went out in 32 and back in 29. Brilliant!
Carradale Golf Club played host to 14 teams of 4 players on Sunday 5 August. Two shotgun starts at 11am and 2pm produced a closely fought competition with Jamie Campbell, Alasdair Bennett, Gillian Kitson and Alan Walker the successful winners with a nett 24.1. The photograph shows the winning team receiving the Neil McMurchy Centenary
Captains Day Prizes Thursday 2 August, turned out to be a glorious day for Carradale Ladies Captain, Mrs Deirdre Robertson, to hold her Prize Day. 27 Ladies competed either in the main Stableford competition, a fun competition or a nine hole competition, allowing all levels of ability to take part and enjoy the day. The
On Sunday 15 July, 22 brave souls took part in the annual McMillan Salver competition which is open to both members and non-members. There was a pretty stiff wind blowing but thankfully it was a dry and fairly warm day. The winners of the Handicap competition were Fiona O’Rourke and Angus Neilson with a net
The Ladies Open (Stableford)was held on 3 June, same day as the Jubilee and the Mull of Kintyre Run. This meant a reduced field, but the quality of the play for some at least was superb. The day was fine although for the early starters there was quite a breeze and shots even from the
Carradale Ladies hosted Tarbert Ladies in the annual competition for the Tarcarra Cup, a competition which has been running between the two clubs since 2007. This time, Carradale ran out the winners 2 matches to 1. The match was played in great spirit, with the course in tip-top condition, thanks to the hard work by