Full Competitions will start from 20th March with the Ladies Texas Scramble.
There on after are competitions and competitive golf every weekend, and also During the week on Wednesday.
A full schedule of all competitions will be maintained on the club Calendar.
You do not want to miss out, get your name in early.
There are some strange new rules regarding the Handicapping system under the new WHS rules, these will be detailed nearer the time.
This is effectively the start of the season.
The 65 Club was started many years ago but a young group of 65 yearolds to play Competition golf on a Sunday off the Yellow easier course. This has been maintained over the years and has since been open to all members of the Golf Club. £3 to join and you are good to go.
The Seniors section is a long established group in the Ardeer Golf Club set up, you must be over 55 to play and there is a £5 entry fee at the start of the season, Its good fun and they play 16 holes in the season avoiding the hill at the 16th. Its good fun and they have party nights and outings throughout the year.
The Merchant competitions are played on Wednesday, traditionally it was when the Shop keepers had an afternoon off, and all got together and played Golf. many of the trophies have been donated to the club by local Merchants over the years. It costs £3 to join and you are good to go.
Raymond Cliffe will be happy to answer all yr questions regarding the Seniors events. All Medals are 1st Monday in the month.
The Monthly Wednesday medals are held on the 1st Wednesday of the month throughout the season, and played off the Yellow Course.
The Sunday medal is played on the 2nd Sunday in the month throughout the season and off the White Course
The Seniors have there own rules regarding conditions of play, look out for these rules on the notice Board in the seniors changing room
Exactly what it says, All members can play in the competition, but you have to be over 55 to Win the trophy, So obviously the best placed member over 55 is the winner.
Two Man aggregate.
You must declare your partner prior to starting your round.
The total Net aggregate score of you and your partner is taken. Naturally the pair with the least score wins.
Points scoring Format, at Handicap Stroking holes.
3 points for a birdie
2 points for par
1 point for a bogey