Designated course of the day is Naemoor/Cowden until 20th May when we switch to Arndean/Cowden.
With County permission we have introduced a temporary Local Rule allowing relief from a plugged ball 'through the green'
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Thurs 3 May Balbirnie (h) WON 5-1
Tues 29 May Montrose (a) WON 4-2
Mon 11June Dukes (a) LOST 4-2
Thurs 21 June Montrose (h) WON 3.5-2.5
Wed 27 June Thornton (a) LOST 5-1
Tues 10 July Balbirnie (a) LOST 4.5-1.5
Thurs 19 July Thornton (h) WON 4-2
Mon 6 Aug St Michaels (a) LOST 4.5-1.5
Thurs 16 Aug St Michaels (h) WON 4-2
Thurs 30 Aug Dukes (h) DRAW 3-3
Pictured are the winning team v Thornton on 19th July
Mon Apr 30 Auchterarder (a) LOST 3-2
Mon May 14 Strathmore (a) WON 3-2
Mon May 28 Blairgowrie (a) WON 4-1
Fri June 8 Crieff (h) WON 4-1
Thu July 5 Alyth (h) LOST 3-2
Thu July 19 Pitlochry (h) WON 5-0
Mon Aug 13 Craigie Hill (h)
Home games are 12.15 for 1.00, away games to be advised along with any dress expectations.
Team for each fixture will be picked from the squad of 36 who added their name to the list on the noticeboard and players are asked to reconfirm their availability if picked.
Teams will be posted here and on the club noticeboard 2 weeks before each fixture.
Cost remains £11 (home or away) which includes welcoming hot roll and coffee and high tea after the match.
The Caledonian League has in effect two AGMs: The first in early April when Fixtures are finalised and ideas are mooted for changes and improvements to the League format. The second is in late September when the season is complete. Prizes are given and then formal proposals and seconds for the best and most practical ideas mooted in April.
There were three serious ideas put forward for consideration which will be of interest to you:
1. There is a strong possibility that the Caledonian League will consist of four groups from next Spring. Over the years several Golf Clubs such as Ballumbie Castle and The Grange, have requested to join the Group. The Caledonian Committee is minded to ask other Clubs within Angus and Fife if they would be interested in joining, to a maximum of six clubs, giving four groups of six. All current Club representatives have been asked to submit up to twelve clubs of their choosing. Your representatives are compiling that list now. We prefer 18 hole courses.
2. One of the Fife clubs suggested we change to three up and three down at the end of the season for a greater variety of clubs to visit each year. This was mooted in the past by Royal Montrose but was turned down on a vote. However, your representatives thought this a positive suggestion and the feeling was it would win more support next time round.
3. Another Fife club suggested that we should zone the clubs if we went to four groups i.e. North and South with some sort of play off at the end of the season. Your representatives feel that the joy of the Caledonian League is in the variety and that this last suggestion, although saving on time, travel and diesel would mean visiting the same clubs too often. All other business was simple and routine and we now look forward to a sunny and successful season.
Regards to all David Reid 01383 852454 firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 Fixture List
Mon May 14 Tulliallan (a) LOST 2-1
Mon May 28 Braehead (a) LOST 3-0
Fri June 15 Dunblane (h) WON 2.5/0.5
Thu Jun 21 Falkirk Tryst (h) WON 3-0
Thu Jun 28 Alloa (h) WON 3-0
19 points gained to win the league by 1 point from Tulliallan.
Main participants were: Julie Gibbons (captain), Ann McCrorie, Avril Hendry, Janet Kotchie, Gillian Black, Ingrid Brooker, Kay Morrison, Irene Campbell.
Congratulatioons ladies, well done picture from the presentation is in the Lasdies Section
5 man handicap team, knock out competition within Perth and Kinross, a player must be selected from each of the 4 handicap categories, and no more than 2 from one category. Team Captain is Dougie Gibbons
Scratch Team Fixture List:
6 man team playing 6 fixtures of six singles scratch matchplay