The Mcmillan Salver was well supported this year It was very encouraging to see so many junior golfers participating! The worthy winners were Tilly Finlay and Angus Neilson, with Struan Macfarlane and Campbell Mair in second place. Our gents captain John Mcmillan presented the trophy to the winners ! Delighted that a Mcmillan was there
Time to dust down your dancing shoes and join in the fun of a Ceilidh, with music by Wee Toon Tellers. Great family summer dance and a must do if you are in Carradale on Saturday, 27 July.
Club member Kenneth Semple receiving his senior prize from Carradales Luxury Guest House owner and chef Steve.
A very happy looking Gregory White all the way from Colorado receiving the Taylor trophy from men’s Captain John Mcmillan
A trip down memory lane on the Carradale Golf Clubhouses. 1906, 1961. 2009.
Hello everyone, Sunday saw the playing of the Gents July Open. The event kindly sponsored by Carradale Bay Caravan Park saw 43 golfers take to the course in glorious sunshine. The results are as follows: 1st Handicap A. Robertson 2nd G. White 3rd R. McConnachie 1st Scratch A. White 2nd A. O’Neil 3rd J. Campbell
Have you spotted blue markers out on the course? These “Forward Tees” are marked by blue sunken discs on the course and will be ideal for new golfers, juniors and anyone who is not quite ready to drive off the raised tees and reach the fairways on the trickier holes. The blue markers have been
Big shout out to all the volunteers who help throughout the year in the running of the club. Today Duncan Munro, Sandy Galbraith and Ian McGhie were out on the course strimming to assist greenkeeper Robert. Last week Eilidh Neilson and Lorna Campbell did a great job tidying up the clubhouse to assist Jennifer who
Thank you Jim for sharing your favourite hole at Carradale on your recent trip to Scotland. “The tee shot on the 2nd hole at the wonderful Carradale Golf Club plays thrillingly downhill, with the approach over an ancient rock wall to a perfectly sited green. All with stunning views of the Kilbrannan Sound and the
In the fading evening light, club member Mike captured this picture that brought to mind all absent friends and families that have enjoyed this wonderful course and it’s surrounding over the years. Thank you Mike – a lovely thought and will resonate with many ❤️.
There were good entries for the our Club Championships resulting in strong competition for the top places. With the course carefully prepared by Greenkeeper Robert Strang, ably assisted by Gareth Strang, Duncan Munro (Green Convener) and volunteers, the stage was set. The Gents Champion after four rounds was Jamie Campbell winning the trophy for the
The club were delighted to offer a number of Junior Golf sessions to enthusiastic participants throughout June. The final night ended with a fun session where the golfers were able to practise their skills. A big thank you to all who came along to participate as well as the trainers ( Liz, Margaret, Lorna, Anne
Perfect weather to enjoy a round today. Greenkeeper Robert keeping the course in top top condition and as a result a joy to play on. Don’t you just love it too when you reach the green and see where your ball has landed…..
Entries now being taken for our Gents Open and Senior Open on 14 July. We are delighted to have two local businesses sponsor these events: Gents Open – sponsored by Carradale Bay Caravan Park Senior Gents – sponsored by Carradales Luxury Guest House (This competition is run alongside the Gents Open and the one entry
Not long now until our AM-AM on Sunday, 4 August. Delighted to have Glen Scotia sponsor the event – we have a licence for the event and so will be serving some Glen Scotia along side the usual wine and beer during the afternoon. Make sure you enter soon before all tee-times booked up.
35 ladies took part in the Carradale Ladies Open in a day of wind, rain, mist and some belated sunshine. Despite the weather, the course was looking fantastic thanks to the continued diligence and early morning efforts of greenkeeper Robert Strang. Thanks also to the very generous local businesses and supporters of the club who
Calling all Primary School children…..back by popular demand. Hope to see you at the Clubhouse.
Today’s worthy winners of the Neilson Rose Bowl were Johnny O’Neil and our president Eilidh Neilson (33.3). Runners up Alan Smith and Lorna Campbell (33.7) Well played and congratulations to all.
An excellent turnout of 19 teams competed for the Kilbrannan Shield today in an Open Mixed Texas Scramble, kindly sponsored by Kintyre Gin. The early starters were lucky to have the better weather as the rain moved in late morning and carried on throughout the afternoon. We were delighted to welcome Team Dutton from USA