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The latest results for the Club Championship and Oliphant trophy are here:
After a rainy start, the competition got underway and continued with only a few rain showers that didn’t affect play.
Winners of the Scratch Trophy were Claire Cappoci and Barry Quin, pictured on the left of Phil Wallom, Club Captain. The winners of the Handicap Trophy, on the right of the Club Captain, were Jacqueline Hamilton and David Anderson.
32 members of The Osprey Closed group visited Bridge of Allan on Friday 5th June for the annual golf outing. The day got off to a good start with Helene’s renown breakfast rolls and the weather was kind on the day after so much rain recently, making the visit much more enjoyable. The group are seen wearing the ‘members’ tie which depicts the colours of the various teams within the group – very smart attire indeed!
Beaconhurst Golf Hub Opening. The Headmistress of Beaconhurst School invited the Captain, Phil Wallom and Junior Convenor, Stewart Cameron to attend the opening of the Beaconhurst Golf Hub on Friday 2nd June by Martin Slumbers the Chief Executive of the Royal and Ancient. See the full article and photos on the Club News section.
Stirling Archives has published a particularly interesting blog on Walter McFarlane’s ‘Hole in One’ Certificate at the 5th Hole, Bridge of Allan Golf Course, 14th June 1928 – you can access the blog here
Despite some challenges and amendments to the planned coring of the Course greens on Tuesday, some 20 volunteers gave their services today in support of this initiative. On behalf of myself, Scott and the Club’s Management Committee we would wish to extend our appreciation for all their efforts.
At the same time as work was ongoing on the Course, the Ladies Section, led by Annette, commenced the cleaning of the UPVC fascia and windows of the Clubhouse. In addition, the roughcast / harling to the front the Clubhouse has also been painted with the gable end to be completed in coming days. Members should be aware of the work already completed by the Ladies Section in improving the Clubhouse and decking for which I would suggest they all deserve our thanks and appreciation. Read the full details on Greens Updates.