2018/19 Winter Series
2018/19 Winter Series News
Wed 20th March. Revised draw for Drumoig on Winter events page. Click Here
Friday 15th March: A big field at Monifieth played in a strong wind and with the slick greens scoring was difficult particularly with 15,16,17 and 18 playing into the strong wind.
Roy Lumsden won with 36 points making his score with 20 points on the front 9, Norman Dyce was in 2nd place on 34 points having consistent halves of 17 points. David Logie, Gordon Scott and Stuart McKendrick tied in 3rd place on 33 points.
Event no 5 is at Drumoig on Friday 22nd with another good turnout.
9th March. Results from West Kilbride available in Competitions page. CLICK HERE
The first of this year’s winter events was played at Strathmore Golf Centre on Friday 4th October in glorious sunshine. The course was in excellent condition and the deceptively fast green needing plenty of attention.
There was a tie on 39 points between Derek Murphy (2) Kinross and Stuart McKendrick (scr) Dunkeld, Stuart having four birdies on the back 9 and Derek making his score with only 2 bogeys, 2 birdies and the rest pars.
Kevin McCarthur (2) St Andrews was a point behind on 38 points with a costly no score at the 1st hole.
Senior Moment of the year, 2 well known Stirlingshire electricians made the journey to Strathmore on Thursday 3rd.
For full results click here
1st Oct 2019: Draw and rules for Strathmore on Friday 5th can be viewed by CLICKING HERE
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 - email@example.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 - Prestwick St Cuthbert.