Competitions and Medals

Tuesday Competitions

Every Tuesday during the golfing season the winner with the
best net score receives a golf ball. If there are more than eight players, the
runner-up receives a ball as well

The annual competition fee (Which is used to purchase golf balls) is agreed at
the AGM and ladies should pay this to the Treasurer on, or before, they play
their first competition of the season.

Opening Games

These are normally 9-hole stableford competitions. The
players with the best two net scores on the day are the winners. They each
receive a golf ball dependant on the size of the field.



Captain v Vice Captain aka Secretary v Treasurer

Played at the beginning of the season, this is usually
Greensomes Match play covering as many holes as necessary. Players sign the
competition sheet and are divided into two teams.

The competition is followed by supper in the clubhouse.



16 Hole Competition (depending on weather

This is 16-hole medal stroke play. The players with the best
two net score on the day are the winners. They each receive a golf ball
dependant on the size of the field.



RNLI Competition

A Charity Competition currently played as a one round
stableford. A suggested minimum donation for this competition is decided by the
committee. The player with the most stableford points wins. A token of
recognition for the winner is presented at the Ladies Annual Dinner in
December.



Balfour Salver

Presented by T.C. Balfour of Carberry as a monthly award.
First played for on November 2nd and 7th 1895.

Seven monthly medals played from April to October. The best 4 net Monthly Medal
scores to count for the Balfour Salver.



Adamson Cup

Presented by Provost and Mrs. Adamson on May 28th
1906.

One round medal stroke play qualifying. Players with the best 4 net scores
qualify for the Match Play



Nan Meikle Quaich

Presented in 1996 by Mrs. Meikle’s two daughters in memory
of their mother.

One single Stableford round.



The Gourlay Donaldson Centenary Cup 1891-1991

Presented by Mary Donaldson August 21st 1991.

The competition to be 3 rounds of medal stroke play. The player with the best 2
net aggregate rounds is the winner.



Montague Annan Bowl

Presented by Mrs. Annan in 1958 in memory of her husband.

Players 50 years of age and over with the best 4 net scores qualify for match
play.



Donaldson Timber Trophy

Presented by James Donaldson in July 1991

One single Stableford round. The winner with the highest Stableford score to
receive the silver trophy.



Hutton Salver – Club Championship Trophy

Presented by Mr. and Mrs. J. Hutton in 1969 as the trophy
for the Match play champion (Scratch).

Two rounds medal stroke play qualifying. Players with the best 4 scratch scores
qualify for the Match Play. This being a scratch competition, no strokes will
be given.



Davidson Quaich – Handicap Champion Trophy

Presented by Mrs. Jean Davidson in 1995

Two rounds of medal stroke play. The four players with the best handicap scores
qualify for match play.



Granny Hazelton Trophy

Presented in 1968 by Mrs. Shirley Hazelton.

This competition is open to grandmothers. One round of medal stroke play. The
qualifying player with the best net score is the winner.



Masterton Cup

Presented by George Masterton and first played for in July
1908.

One round medal stroke play qualifying. Players with the best 4 net scores
qualify for the Match Play.



Christie Medal

Presented in August 1892 by Mrs. Christie of Durie.

One round of medal stroke play. The winner is the player with the best scratch
score on the day.



Thornton Medal

Presented in 1968 by Mrs. J. Thornton.

One round medal stroke play. The winner is the player with the best net score.



Rita Stuart Trophy

Presented by the family of Rita Stuart in her memory.

One round medal stroke play. The player with the best net score is the winner.



Cancer Charity Competition

The Committee to elect a local cancer charity to be the
recipient of the donation and played as a one round stableford. The player with
the most stableford points wins. A token of recognition for the winner is
presented at the Ladies Annual Dinner in December.



Dinah Kidd Trophy

Presented in July 2010 by Mrs. Dinah Kidd.

One single Stableford round. Players must be over 60 years old.



White Medal

Presented by John White of Seabank House on October 7th
1893. To be played for annually by members who reside in Scoonie Parish (now no
longer a requirement).

One round medal stroke play. The player with the best gross score is the
winner.



Mary K Robertson Trophy

Presented in 1970 by Miss E. Robertson in memory of her
sister for ladies’ foursomes.

Players choose own partner for a single round foursomes competition. The
winners with the best net score have the option of going forward to the Daily
Mail Qualifying rounds.



Alexander Patrick Cleek - Putter

Presented by Mr. Sellars in April 1923.

One single Stableford round.



Parker Shields

Presented in 1991 by Mr. and Mrs. J J Parker.

One round medal stroke play. Silver trophy presented to scratch winner. Bronze
trophy presented to handicap winner.



September Trophy

Four rounds played in September. Lady with best two out of four
net scores is the winner.



Henry Balfour Rose Bowl

Presented by Lindsay Burns in 1951.  Presented at Open Greensomes to the couple
with the best scratch score.



Helen Wood Trophy

Presented by Helen Wood in May 2006.  Presented at Open Greensomes to the couple
with the best net score.


Tom Morris Putter

Presented to the player with the best aggregate score of
four scratch scores in the following competitions throughout the season:



7 Balfour Salver Medals

1 Masterton Cup qualifier

1 Christie Medal

2 Hutton Salver

1 Adamson Cup qualifier

1 White & Thornton Medals



Charity Eclectic Competition (Nan Stevenson Trophy)

The Committee to elect a local charity to be the recipient
of the donation. The competition is an eclectic played throughout the summer
season, March to October (The last day of the summer season). A minimum of nine
holes must be completed. The gross scores for each hole to be recorded. At the
end of the season, the best gross score for each of the 18 holes will be
totalled and 5/8 of the player’s handicap deducted. The player with the best
net score will be the winner. The winner to receive the Nan Stevenson trophy.


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