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 in excess of 300 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 midweek at top quality venues with a maximum field of 140 players, as well as a match-play event (50 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 2020 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

  • 2020/21 Winter Series

    2020/21 Winter Series

    WINTER SERIES 2020/21

    Ladybank Results, and up to date OOM table, click here..  RESULTS       OOM

    Monifieth 16th October 2020:  Results and OOM Points CLICK HERE

     For voucher winners for Monifieth & Ladybank,, click here.  VOUCHER WINNERS

    We are once again running a series of 1 day, 18-hole Stableford events (Non-Qualifying) with 2 events in October 2020 and 4 events late Feb and March 2021. The format will be as previous years, with the Winter Order of Merit being won by the player with the highest aggregate points scored from 4 out of 6 competitions. Handicap allowance will be 3/4.


    Event entered:


    Preferred tee time:  Early   Late   or Any

    Cost is £20 per event and payment is by bank transfer to SSGS bank account at time of entry (if not in credit).

    Entries accepted on a first come basis. Estimated max players per event circa 50.


    Order of Merit points top 20

    1st - 25 points

    2nd - 22 points

    3rd - 19 points

    4th - 17 points

    5th - 16 points

    6th to 20th place onward points decrease by 1 Less than 30 players points will be reduced accordingly. 

    SCHEDULE FOR 2020/21


    Friday, 16th October 2020 – Monifieth Golf Links - Tee times 11:04 to 13:30 (Max numbers 51)

    Friday, 23rd October 2020 – Ladybank GC - Tee times 10:00 to 12:00 (Max numbers 51)


    Friday 26th February 2021 - Drumoig Golf Club - Tee times 09:56 to 12:04

    Friday, 5th March 2021 – Stirling GC

    Thursday, 11th March 2021 – West Kilbride GC

    Friday 19th March 2021 - Strathmore Golf Centre - Tee times 09:30 to 12:30

  • Mini Tour details and Updates and results

    LEVEN GOLF LINKS: 5/6th October. Stewart McKendrick (Dunkeld) wins at leven with a total 141, winning by 1 from local player Derek Paton (Dunnikier Park).

    In handicap section Rennie Spence (Newtonmore) had a 2 shot winning margin over Eric Lindsay (Blairgowrie) on 138.

    In super seniors section, Rennie also topped both lists with 148 gross total (138 Nett). In the gross Bob Stewart (Tulliallan) was 2nd on 152 due to a better last round from Ian Gourlay (Strathaven). In Handicap, Ian McKerron (Balmore) was second with a total of 143.

    CSS for rounds 1 & 2 was 72.   For all results Click on appropriate link below.

    Gross Results   Nett Results   Super Seniors Gross    Super Seniors Nett.




    28th Sept: Glasgow Gailes

    On a damp but not too windy day at Gailes, 99 players enjoyed an excellent course in great condition. Scoring was good, with the par 71 course, SSS 72 playing tough, resulting in a CSS of 73.

    Sharing top slot with 2 under par  69's were last week's winner Ronnie Clark (Erskine), and Richard Johnston (Glenbervie), with Richard emerging top due to a better inward half. Andrew Stracey (Denholm) and George Crawford (Williamwood) shared 3rd slot on 70.

    In Handicap section, George Crawford emerged the winner with a Nett 68, 1 ahead of Graham Dalzell (Airdrie), Jim Burns (Stranraer) and David Campbell (Ratho Park). Graham took 2nd place and Jim 3rd on countback.

    In Super Senior section, Andrew Stracey emerged top in both Gross and Nett tables.

    Full Results, click on appropriate link.:  GROSS    NETT    Super Seniors Gross   Super Seniors Nett


    6th August: Our events will now be qualifying for handicap purposes, following update today from Scottish Golf. Strict conditions will require to be complied with and details will be issued to entrants along with draws.


    We are permitted now to hold our events but only as NON-QUALIFYING for handicaps, to comply with Government criteria. We can still enjoy competitive golf playing for vouchers. Full details updated on undenoted document, and email sent to all members today.


  • 2021 Fixtures

    The 2021 fixtures have been published and can be viewed by clicking on link below.

    There are 2 events with venues and dates to be confirmed, both Super Senior events. The Spring meeting which will be held in early April, and the Autumn Meeting which is provisionally booked at Liberton Golf Club.

    2021 Fixtures

    There will be a series of winter 18 hole stablefords held over Oct/Nov 2020 and March 2021. Details will be published as soon as possible.

     Super Seniors match v UK Senior Golf Association.

    2021 will see an inaugural Super Seniors match against the UK Seniors Golf Association.

    Full details on selection criteria etc, will be published early next year, prior to season commencing.


  • Committee Vacancy

    Committee Vacancy

    Ronnie Clark Co-opted to SSGS Committee.

    Further to the Constitution changes approved at last year's A.G.M., we have yet to receive any nomination for the newly created post of Communications Officer.

    A proposal from Ian Kerr, to replace the post of Communications Officer with the current Captain of the Scottish Seniors International Teams, providing he was a member of the S.S.G.S. , has met with unanimous Committee approval.

    This proposal is a further change to the Constitution and will be included on the agenda of the next A.G.M. for approval as and when restrictions allow this to be staged.

     Ronnie Clark, as the current Scottish Senior Captain, has accepted our invitation to fill this post.  It is our intention to co-opt Ronnie, with immediate effect,  until such times as the creation of this new post and in turn his appointment, can be  ratified by the membership.

    The Committee see this as positive step forward in the continuing evolvement of the Society and we look forward to Ronnie's input over the coming months.

    Keith Ross.


  • Ronnie Clark appointed Scottish Senior Teams Manager

    Ronnie Clark appointed Scottish Senior Teams Manager

    Ronnie Clark named as Captain of Scottish Senior Men’s team for 2020

    Following the recent advertisement for the position, SSGS member Ronnie Clark has been named by Scottish Golf Limited (SGL) as Scottish Senior Men’s team captain for 2020.

    Ronnie has been a member of the team for the last few years, during which time they won the Senior Men’s European Amateur Team and Home International Championships.

    Ronnie is a past Scottish Seniors Champion, as well as being our current Order of Merit Champion (for second year running), which he also won in 2015.  

    We wish Ronnie well in his quest to add more International team victories in the coming year(s).

Scottish Seniors Golfing Society


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