Congratulations to the winner of the 2020 Gents Open - John Brown, Bearsden GC. Winning score net 62.
2nd Daniel Burke, Mearns Castle GC. (63) (2nd on countback)
3rd Mick Murray, Dumbarton GC (63),
Nearest Pin 8th: Louis Smith, Knightswood GC.
Nearest Pin 18th:Alan Houston, Clydebank Overtoun GC.
Well done to all
Our Gents Open will take place on Sunday 30 August. The entry fee is £20 which will include tea/coffee and a bacon roll, 5 entries for the raffle and two entries for the nearest the pin. Payment is either online or by cheque. Contact Dave Macvicar, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Tel: 01436 677959
Visitors are welcome and must book ahead of time, no "turn up and play". The Scottish Government's Test and Protect scheme means we need contact details. You may book through the ClubV1 app or see the Visitors page for a link to the website booking page.
Please follow social distancing rules and enjoy your game!
Following the guidelines issued by Scottish Golf, there will be no "turn up and play" allowed. Bookings need to be made via the CLUBV1 system. We hope to be open for visitors once our online payments system has been setup. This should be in place before the end of July.
we have opened the changing rooms and toilets for members and their guests with a limit of 2 persons inside at a time. An email has been issued to all members with hygene procedures.
Currently we are open for members only. No visitors are allowed - yet. We are following the guidelines produced by Scottish Golf and the Government and social distancing is paramount.
Members should arrive no earlier than 10 minutes prior to their tee time, to avoid congestion in the car park. Please be on the tee prompt to start at your allotted time.
Bookings are now electronic via the clubV1 member hub. Details are supplied to members via email.
We look forward to welcoming visitors, hopefully before the end of the summer.
Our membership rates can be found on the Members page.
We are OPEN!!
Winter rates for visitors are still in place - £5 for 9 holes or £10 for 18 holes. There is a slightly shorter course due to wet ground conditions.
Golf is perfect for these difficult times and we are following guidelines from Scottish Golf, which are:
Change into golf shoes in the car park, not the locker room
maintain a distance of at least 2 Metres from each other
Always leave the Flag in the hole
Golfers should only pick their own ball up
Do not shake hands (before or after the game)
Do not share equipment
Where possible bring hand sanitiser and use after leaving the course
Rakes have been removed from bunkers which will be raked by the groundstaff every morning.
If you require to use the toilets, follow Government Guidelines on handwashing. In Gents side, use the hand dryer.
The mid-week medal and the Kidd Cup medal for non-finalists were cancelled due to wet conditions and a shortened course.
The winners of the events played were as follows:-
September Medal 6:
Class 1 Michael Palmer
Class 2 Jamie Clark
Kidd Cup 5
Class 1 Alan Needham
Class 2 Roddie Barclay
1 Michael Murray
2 Allan McKee Bearsden
3 Kevin Atwell Vale of Leven
Gardner Quaich 3
Class 1 Kenny McCall
Class 2 Roddie Barclay
Gardner Quaich Aggregate Kenny McCall
Kidd Cup Final Martin Clark
The weather was very kind for the Gents Open on 25th August.
Well done to all our winners and we hope everyone enjoyed themselves, and the results are:
First- Mick Murray from Strathendrick £40
Second - Alan McKee from Knightswood £25
Third - Kevin Atwill from the Vale of Leven £15
Nearest pin - 1/10 Mick Murray wine and miniature whisky
Nearest pin - 9/18 Bryon Brown Bearsden wine and miniature whisky
Golf Card - Neil Cameron Cardross £20
Lost Balls - Stephen Campbell Hilton Park £10
Twos £5 each:
Chris Caldwell Clydebank
Roddie Barclay Strathendrick
Innes Black Mearns Castle
David McBride Bearsden
Two twos John AJ Brown jnr Bearsden
John Lee Strathendrick
Mick Murray Strathendrick
Michael Palmer Strathendrick
Due to the River Endrick having flooded twice in the last 7 days, there are restrictions in place. See the poster located at the first Tee.
The Silver Horse (Mixed Open) is going ahead on 14th September with fewer holes than usual. Details will be provided on the day.