Our Killermont Head Greenkeeper, Stuart Taylor, has confirmed that restrictions on the use of caddy cars and buggies will be lifted for all from 1st March 2021. Members are asked to please stay as far away as possible from particularly wet areas of the course, and from tees and greens. Stuart wishes to thank all […]
Members will be sorry to learn of the death of former member William R (Bill) Hardie on 22nd January. He was 79. An acknowledged authority on Scottish painting, Bill wrote several books on the subject and, after being Deputy Director of Dundee Art Gallery and Museum and then setting up Christie’s Scottish Pictures Department, he […]
Many happy returns to our Arborist, Ralph Taylor. There is no truth in the rumour that he is older than some of the trees he cares for. Happy 80th Ralph!
Hasie Young It is with great sadness that the Club announces the death of Mr. J Haswell Young, known affectionately to all as ‘Hasie’, on 01 January 2021. Hasie was our oldest current member and passed away at the age of 105. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time. Funeral […]
The Glasgow Golf Club Annual General Meeting takes place tomorrow, Saturday 12th December at 2.30pm, via Zoom. Voting members have been advised of the link details, we look forward to seeing as many of you as possible then.
The final of this year’s Browning Trophy was contested between Andrew Forbes and Thomas Rankine on Saturday 10th October. The round began with Andrew chipping in for Eagle on the first to take a one up lead, this set the tone for the early stages of the match which produced some good golf from both […]
20th September 2020 Winners – Gordon Bennet & Kerr Wright, Runners Up – Grant Halley & Lyle Robertson.
20th September 2020 The Winners were Stewart Shaw & David McCrae, with Runners Up Stewart Miller & Ian Peter.
20th September 2020 The Winner was Raymond Barr, Runner Up Stuart Davidson.
19th – 20th September 2020 The Winner was Clark Nelson with scores of 67 & 77 = 144 (he only won the large salver), beating Killermont champion Neil MacRae by a shot. Angus Watson was 3rd on 146. Clark also won the Captain’s Prize with his outstanding scratch 67 on Saturday.