Formed in November 2006, the Society is the brainchild of former amateur internationalist, Gordon MacDonald. It was formed to meet a significant demand
for high level competition for senior amateur golfers still keen to test their games at a high level.

SSGS has surpassed expectations in terms of what it has achieved since 2006, particularly at a time when golf is struggling to maintain levels of
active participation. The standard of golf is high with many former Walker Cup and Scottish internationalists involved. We have 250 members and all the
events take place in a welcoming and inclusive atmosphere on very good courses.

We run a programme of events for players aged 50 and over with handicaps of 9.4 or less. These are principally 36 hole events played on Thursdays and
Fridays at top quality venues with a maximum field of 140 players, as well as a match-play event (55 years and above) and an inter-county team event. In
addition, we also run a limited series of 18 hole competitions over the winter period. Full details of our 2016 fixtures can be accessed via the
“Competitions” tab above.

By utilising the various links above you will be able to find all the relevant information about the Society, how to become a member and enter our
various events.


Latest News

  • Inter Area Team Championships 2018

    The draw for the Area Team Championships, to be held at Stranraer Golf Club can be viewed by clicking on link below. 

    Practice rounds are available on Thursday 27th. Please contact Jim Burns, Secretary at Stranraer Golf Club to arrange.




  • Super Seniors Autumn Meeting 2018

    Super Seniors Autumn Meeting 2018

    The final Super Seniors events was held at Ladybank Golf Club over the 6th & 7th September. The course was presented in it's usual excellent condition, and the 38 players who participated had a challenging but enjoyable couple of days.

    In a close finish on the scratch, early leader Derek Murphy (Kinross), (who made a welcome return to the Seniors circuit)  pipped Jim Watt (Edzell ) by 1 shot. Derek finishing on 145.

    In the handicap section Jim reversed positions with Derek, Jim's Net 140 winning by 1.


    CSS for day 1 was 70 and for day 2 72

    Click Here for GROSS SCORES

    Click here for NETT SCORES

    List of prize winners see below:

    Derek Murphy - £50
    Colin Halcrow - £40
    John Johnston- £40
    Jim Watt - £50
    Alan Ross - £40
    Billy Wallace - £15
    Alan Harrington- £15

  • 2018/19 Winter Series

    2018/19 Winter Series

    This seasons fixtures begin at Strathmore Golf Centre on Friday 5th October where Neish Chisholm defends the Order of Merit title he won last year.

    There will be 6 events this year with 4 counting for the Order of Merit, further info can be found on Winter Events page CLICK HERE.

     Entries is £20 and can be sent to

    Drew Wilson,  26 Buchanan Street, Milngavie, G62 8AN

    Email - aliciaanddrew@sky.com



    Friday 5th October - Strathmore GC


    Friday 1st March - Stirling GC

    Thursday 7th March - West Kilbride GC

    Friday 15th March - Monifieth GC

    Friday 22nd March - Drumoig GC

    Friday 29th March - TBC

  • 2018 Finals Day

    Due to circumstances outside our control, the date for the Finals Day at Blairgowrie has been moved from Friday 14th September, to THURSDAY 13th SEPTEMBER.

    The top 30 players in the Order of Merit after the Autumn meeting have been contacted by email advising the change. 

  • Autumn Meeting 23rd/24th August Downfield G C

    No place like home for Graham Bell, winner of autumn meeting at Downfield

    Graham Bell (Downfield) and Derek Paton (Dunnikier Park) led the field at the end of the first round and they were still there in first and second places after the second and final round of our autumn meeting at Downfield Golf Club, Dundee.
    Graham, playing over his home course, headed a field of well over 100 with so-steady rounds of 70 and 71 for a three-under-par total of 141. His winning margin would have been greater but, after birdieing the 10th, 11th and 12th in his second round, he bogeyed the 17th and 18th holes.
    Derek, the only danger, left himself with mission impossible after bogeying the second, third and fifth in his second round. He did recover a bit to birdie the fourth, 11th, 12th and 14th, finishing with rounds of 70 and 73 for 143.
    Ronnie Clark (Erskine) bounced back from a double bogey 6 at the first to birdie the second, fourth, 13th and 15th in coming through to fill third place on 145 (73-72).

    Derek did however have the consolation of topping the Handicap section with a Net score of 141, with Duncan Hamilton (Mortonhall) second 3 shots behind on 144.

    Full list of results prize winners can be viewed by clicking links below.

    CSS on both days was 74.

Scottish Seniors Golfing Society


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