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Main Summer Competition Draws and Results
Please note the entry dates for each competition. Our competition secretary will post all draws on the SSGS Website soon after the cut-off dates for entry (28 days before event), however in order to adjust for late cancellations etc. it is advisable to monitor the website and check your tee time right up to the date of the event. All entries should be emailed to:
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Scores for each event will be available via the appropriate tab below. In addition in 2020, these results will be available via Howdidido.
Main Summer Competition Draws:
We will not have access to Golfbox software in 2020. We will, in the short term, be reverting to using Club Systems CLUBV1 software. This, however, will not allow us to show entries as and when received or display real-time scoring during competitions. We apologise for this backward step in regards our service to members, but we are hopeful that eventually (probably in 2021) that we will have access to new Scottish Golf Software which will restore our previous capabilities, as well as provide us with additional functionality.
Access relevant competition tab below to access current draws.
Be aware however that receipt of entry does not confirm a tee time as a ballot may be required if more than 141 entries received at the closing date. You can use this functionality to check that your entry has been received by Competition Secretary.
In the event that the maximum number of entries (currently 141 for all except Matchplay event) is exceed at closing date then a ballot based on handicap will apply. To view ballot rules and process click here to open.
All prizes earned will be paid by Vouchers which have a 12-month validity. If vouchers are not presented to SSGS within this period, then they will be invalidated.
2020 Mini Tour draws and results. For entry procedures Click here
AUTUMN MEETINGLEVEN 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.
Please ensure that your have read and understand the COVID procedures that will apply at each event. These can be viewed by opening the appropriate link below.
South of Scotland Open -- Glasgow Gailes 28th September: 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.
West of Scotland Open -- Erskine Golf Club 17/18 September.
Erskine: Home favourite Ronnie Clark (Erskine) had a blistering last round 64 (7 under par) to win the West of Scotland Open with a total of 137, 7 shots ahead of Derek Paton (Dunniker Park) in second place. In 3rd place, a shot further back were Stuart Mckendrick (Dunkeld & Birnam) and Nicky Gold (Bonnyton).
Ronnie also topped the Nett table on 141, 3 ahead of Gordon Scott (Cawder) in 2nd, with Stewart McKendrick and new member William McGuckin (Glenbervie) on 145.
Super Seniors Scratch was won by 72 year old Godon Brown (Dumbarton) on 151, with Glyn Rees (Fleetwood) 2nd on 154. In handicap section Glyn captured top slot on 146 with Gordon 2nd on 147
CSS Round 1 was 74. CSS Round 2 was 73 VOUCHER WINNERS
FORFAR 4th Sept: On a windy day at Forfar, there was a 3 way tie for Scratch result, with Gordon Grimmer, Ronnie Clark and Lindsay Gordon all recording excellent score of 70, 1 over par but 2 under the CSS of 72. On countback, Lindsay emerged winner, with Ronnie 2nd and Gordon 3rd.
In handicap section, Lindsay's net 67 was 1 shot better than Bob Stewart, with Joe McManus and Godon Grimmer a further shot back in joint 3rd.
In Super seniors, Lindsay Gordon emerged top of both Scratch and Handicap results.
Richard Johnston wins Scratch event with an aggregate 140, winning by 1 shot from Niall Lamond. There was a 4 way tie for 3rd place on 143. Niall Lamond wins Handicap competition with a 137,2 better than 2nd place George Barrie. In the Super Seniors section, there was a 3 way tie at the top of teh scratch competition with Bill Barclay, John Fraser and Keith Bruce all recording totals of 151. In the handicap section, Denis McQuade came out on top with Nett total 141, 2 ahead of Brian Kidd and Bill Barclay.
Spring Meeting 25/26 April Powfoot
Paul Moultrie wins the opening event of the 2019 OOM season, with a level par total of 142. In second place was Maurice Lindsay (The Grange G C) one shot adrift on 143, with Niall Lamond (Tantallan) and Richard Johnston (Glebervie) tied equal 3rd on 145.
In the handicap section, ex-pat Ken Thomson (Bramhall Park) had an excellent 2 round total of 139 Nett, 3 under par, with Niall Lamond and Alan Harrington (Western Gailes) tied for 2nd on 141.
Play over the 2 days was challenging, with the weather breaking from the recent good spell. On Thursday, we were faced with high winds throughout the day and the later players had to contend with heavy rain, thunder and lightning. Play had to be suspend for 30 mins in the afternoon for player safety. On Friday the wind had changed direction slightly and intensified. The early starts had the best of the day getting around in the dry, before the heavens opened and heavy rain persisted for the afternoon. Scoring was excellent in view of the conditions.
CSS for round 1 was 72, and for Round 2 74. (Par and SSS for Powfoot is 71).
For full results, click on undernoted link
Super Senior Scores
Scratch (Gold) PAUL MOULTRIE (ROYAL TROON GOLF CLUB)
Handicap (Bronze) Kenneth Thomson (Bramhall Park)
Prize Winners CLICK HERE
Spring Meeting 26/27 April Powfoot
Stewart Henderson wins Spring Meeting at Powfoot
After a windy and stormy first day at Powfoot, playing conditions were perfect for the second round on Friday.
Joint overnight leader Stewart Henderson (Hamilton) made an excellent start to this season by adding a two-under-par score of 69 to his opening 74 for a total of one-under143, winning by 5 shots from Paul Moultrie (Royal Troon). Stewart had a bogey-free round, highlighted by birdies at the 11th and 14th holes. Paul had rounds of 77 and 71 for a 148 total.
Three players shared third place on a total of 149 - Robert Smith (Nairn) 78 + 71, John Archibald (Luffness New) 76 + 73, and Jalil Aman (Grangemouth) 75 + 74.
The handicap section was won Ian Fraser (Dumfries & County) based on a better 2nd round, having shared a score of 144 with David Taylor (St Andrews New), who had been the joint overnight leader with Stewart.
There was a tie for third place between Robin MacPherson (Tantallon) and Alan White (Newton Stewart) on 145.
For full results list click on link below:
Scratch (Gold) STEWART HENDERSON (HAMILTON)
Handicap (Bronze) IAN FRASER (DUMFRIES & COUNTY)
List of Prize Voucher winners: CLICK HERE