The Annual General Meeting of the Renfrewshire Ladies’ County Golf Association, to which all members are invited, will take place at Haggs Castle Golf Club on Wednesday 3rd November 2010 at 7.30 p.m. Copies of the Minutes for the 2009 AGM have already been distributed.
May I draw your attention to Item 10 on the Agenda. The Committee proposes to amend the Constitution regarding proposing or seconding a new member.
This has been such a successful year for the County and I hope that as many of you as possible can attend to congratulate all the Prize Winners for 2010 and especially our County Team for winning the Scottish County Finals .
It is also a great opportunity to get together with golfing friends and I look forward to seeing you at the AGM.
Please intimate any apologies to Morag Turner, Hon. Secretary.
Trish Brown, Captain
A G E N D A
1. Captain’s Remarks
3. Minutes of Previous Meeting – 4th November 2009
4. Matters Arising
5. Treasurer’s Report
6. Secretary’s Report
7. Junior Secretary’s Report
8. Captain’s Report
9. Election of Office Bearers
10. Proposed Change to Constitution:
11(ii) delete “three” and insert “once each year”
To read: A member may only be a proposer or seconder once each year or a period
to be determined by the Management Committee
11. Any Other Business
12. Presentation of Prizes
13. Date of Next AGM
14. Vote of Thanks
IF YOU NO LONGER CAN FIND YOUR 2009 AGM MINUTES CLICK HERE FOR LAST YEARS AGM REPORTS ON THE WEBSITE .
TO SEE PAST AGM'S CLICK ON THE AGM TAG
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Saturday, October 30, 2010
The Course which was covered in leaves and fairly damp in areas after all the torrential rain was, however, enjoyed by all since the greens were in magnificent condition.
The match was very closely contested going right down the wire with the visitors winning on the 18th green.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
SLGA Tournament Officer Claire Hargan won the "Leading Lady" guest first prize in yesterday's Scottish Golf Writers' and Guests' Championship which was reduced to nine holes when the early morning frost did not lift until 11am at the Mar Hall Hotel golf course, Bishopton near the Erskine Bridge.
Renfrewshire's Carol Fell (Ranfurly Castle) finished second and Sheila Hartley, the SLGA company secretary, third. All three were playing in the annual event for the first time
To read the full report and results go to the Scottish Golf View Website
To follow on from there if you were wondering why there is a picture of a dog dressed up as "Wonder Woman " go to the West of Scotland Website to read more.
Sunday, October 24, 2010
The first round of the Renfrewshire Winter County Foursomes are now well underway.
Some Comments from their matches :-
Lois Brown & Carol Anderson (Kilmacolm) v Maureen Hamilton (Whitecraigs) & Lyn Black (Eastwood) --- A beautiful autumn day. All 4 ladies had played together in the Curling grand Match at Ayr ice rink the previous day!!!
Mary Hardie & Helen Abram (Ranfurly Castle) v Christeen Finlayson and Sheila Robson (Whitecraigs) ---Helen enjoyed her 1st county match
June Lockhart & Lesley Evens (Gleddoch) v Sandra Gilchrist & Jenny Chuwen (Whitecraigs) --- Only 3 greens in use because of frost also Lesley fell hope she is ok today difficult day
To see the results so far in today CLICK HERE
Saturday, October 23, 2010
The Greenlees Lunch and presentation of Trophies was held on Wednesday 20th October at West Kilbride Golf Club.
Renfrewshire's Fiona Roger (Ranfurly Castle) organised the event and chaired the lunch.
To see all the final results plus the full report, photographs and a video then go to the WEST OF SCOTLAND WEBSITE
Posted by Carol at 11:00 am
The rearranged Commonwealth Spoons Competition was played over Cathkin Braes on Thursday 21st October
The two original Renfrewshire County couples that could play on the new date were Jackie MacDonald and Denise Cowan (Ranfurly Castle) and Merope Dunlope and Maureen Taggart (Old Ranfurly).
Due to the unavailabilty of Evy Macgregor and Jean Irvine (Ranfurly Castle) and Maureen Woodhead (Gourock) and Gillian McGinlay (Cochrane Castle) the new couples were Lyn Black and Carol Anderson (Eastwood) and it should have been Trish Brown and Megan Briggs (Kilmacolm) as the 4th couple but Trish had Jury Duty and although she was not needed at the beginning of the week she had to call back on the night before the Commonwealth Spoons so, therefore, the reserve couple played which was Audrey Sturgess and Evy Park (Haggs Castle)
Unfortunately none of the Renfrewshire partnershis featured in the prizelist. The Spoons were won by Mary Malcolm & Helen Thomson (Fife) 84-10 = 74
To read all the prizewinners go to the WEST OF SCOTLAND WEBSITE
Monday, October 18, 2010
Renfrewshire County Junior and Senior Champion Eilidh Briggs (Kilmalcolm) who also won the West of Scotland Girls’ Championship at Troon Portland earlier this month is the 2010 Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association Girls’ Order of Merit Winner.
Eilidh gathered 2,040 points to edge the Merit title ahead of Hannah McCook (Abernethy).
Hannah, from the nine hole club in Nethybridge, made sure of second place with victory in the North of Scotland Girls’ Championship at Brechin. She finished with 1,620 points.
Third place went to the Scottish Girls Champion, Lesley Atkins (Gullane), with 1,568 points and Rachael Watton (Mortonhall) was fourth on 1,400.
Rachael was a member of the Scottish Ladies team that won the Home Internationals in Wales in September.
MANY CONGRATULATIONS EILIDH FROM EVERYONE IN RLCGA
Thursday, October 14, 2010
List of Members of the Renfrewshire Ladies' County Association that are 2010 Club Champions :
Bonnyton - Jenny Chuwen
Caldwell - Christine Wilson
Cathcart Castle - Morag McGreevy
Cochrane Castle - Alyson McGinnigle
Cowglen - Lesley Cosh
East Renfrewshire - Gillian Kyle
Eastwood - Beth Paterson
Elderslie - Alyson McKechin
Erskine - Janette McCartney
Fereneze - Alison Carse
Gleddoch - Shirley Black
Gourock -- Maureen Woodhead
Greenock - Linda McDougall
Haggs Castle - Nicky Henderson
Kilmacolm - Megan Briggs
Lochwinnoch - Lesley Whitelaw
Old Course Ranfurly - Marion Downie
Paisley - Gillian Mullen
Ralston - Morag Key
Ranfurly Castle - Anne Robinson
Troon - Gillian Kyle
Whitecraigs - Margaret Kyle
Williamwood - Susan Ramsay
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
The move to bring the Scottish Golf Union (SGU) and Scottish Ladies Golfing Association (SLGA)together as a single governing body has gathered momentum with a formal proposal being delivered to each organisation’s members this month.
CLICK HERE --- TO PRINT OUT THE STATEMENT GIVEN BY THE SGU / SLGA
Amalgamation Update --- Links to various details - from the SLGA Website
SGU and SLGA Begin Countdown Towards Amalgamation
The move to bring the Scottish Golf Union (SGU) and Scottish Ladies' Golfing Association (SLGA) together as a single governing body has gathered momentum with a formal proposal being delivered to each organisation’s members this week.
The proposal with details of the roles of Board members and committees and a covering letter from the Amalgamation Group Chair, Donald Turner may be accessed by clicking on the links.
Monday, October 11, 2010
Renfrewshire congratulates Pamela Prestwell (Bothwell Castle) -- the British Strokeplay Champion who won the SLGA 2010 Champion of Champions at Glasgow Gailes yesterday by 6 shots !!
Unfortunately our own Renfrewshire Champion --- Eilidh Briggs was unable to play.
To read the full report go to the West of Scotland Website