The clubhouse underwent a transformation on Saturday, in preparation for the evening’s Prizegiving. It was a great atmosphere, and it’s always nice to mingle with other members without the pressure of a game of golf to follow!
The awards were preceded by a lovely meal, thanks to all the ladies who provided a dish or two.
Congratulations to all the prizewinners!
How fortunate that we had such fabulous weather for the final Open of the season, the Ladies Greensome. In addition to the weather gods, thanks also to greenkeeper Craig and his crew – the course was in lovely condition despite all the recent rain. Thanks also to all the ladies who helped out with the catering and in the kitchen, the food was lovely as always! A special mention to Murray and Hugh for managing the scoreboard and raffle.
Results in the gross competition:
- 1st – Alice & Anne M from Taynuilt
- 2nd – Mary P & Donna C from Seil
- 3rd – Fiona & Carol from Taynuilt
In the handicap competition:
- 1st – Sandra E & Sally T from Taynuilt
- 2nd – Jill S & Mairead S from Taynuilt
- 3rd – Ann H & Ann M from Dalmally
Longest drive was won by Anne MacCalman, nearest the pin on 3rd/12th Mairead Sim, and nearest the pin on 6th/15th by Alison Livingstone from Dalmally.
Ladies, you’ve had all summer to prepare for this, the Ladies Greensome Open this coming Sunday! The draw can be viewed by following this link:
Here’s hoping for great weather!
The final Open of the season is almost upon us, we have been saving the best til last!
Our Ladies Greensome Open is held on Sunday, 2nd October. Find a partner and enter online here.
Congratulations to Jonathan MacMillan and James Muir who had holes in one at the 2nd and 15th holes respectively.
Full results can be found here.
With a week to go until the Gents’ Open, sponsored by S&S Services, there is still time to enter! Click here to enter online.
Help us celebrate our 25th anniversary this weekend! In addition to a barbecue, we will have fun competitions in chipping and putting, and the bar will be open. Come down to the clubhouse from 6 pm on Saturday 2 July, everyone is welcome!
And the winners of the Trevor Allen Texas Scramble were… the midges! I don’t think any group managed to avoid them at some point during their round.
Winners of midge management were the Curries and Andy, who also won the longest drive. Anne, Mark and Richard were a very close second, and the team from Seil – Mary (who also won nearest the pin), Donna and Robbie – were one shot off the lead in third.
Ladies’ longest drive was Wilma, and gents’ nearest the pin was Kevin Mills. Full results can be found here.
The next fixture at Taynuilt is the Senior’s Open this Wednesday, please ring if you haven’t already entered. If you’re too young for that then why not consider playing in the Isle of Seil’s inaugural Open, next Sunday? Contact details are on the previous post.
This Sunday, 12 June sees Taynuilt host the Trevor Allen Texas Scramble – teams of three, to include at least 1 lady. If you are having trouble completing a team please get in touch!
The Isle of Seil Golf Club is hosting their first ever Open Competition the following Sunday, 19th June. There will be separate competitions for Ladies and Gents. More info can be found on the flyer: