Love the game

Welcome to the Scottish Junior Golf Tour

  • Our Mission Statement-
  • “To provide young, talented golfers from across Scotland the opportunity to play competitive, fun golf on a regular basis and encourage them to

    • love the game,
    • love the competition
    • and value their friendships”
  • Membership is now open for     this our 8th season.                      So far only 30 of our regulars have become scottish junior internationalists and 4 have represented Great Britain & Ireland but we will try and improve upon this.

    You can register now for our events.

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    SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 07, 2014

    GREG DALZIEL TOPS AT CARNOUSTIE’S BUDDON COURSE

    AIRDRIE BOY HAS BEST SCORE ON

    JUNIOR GOLF TOUR DEBUT

    Airdrie’s Greg Dalziel, competing in the Under-14 years section and making his debut on the Scottish Junior Golf Tour at today’s (Sunday) Level 3, 4 and 5 event on the Buddon Course, Carnoustie, had the best overall score of one-over-par 69.

    Will Porter won the U18 section and is attempting to defend our main trophy. Something which the six previous champions, Fraser Davren, Ben Kinsley, Jamie Savage, Angus Carrick, George Burns and Chris McLean never achieved.

    This was the first event of our eighth season.

    It was a nice sunny day to start with but some heavy rain set in towards the end.
    LEADING SCORES
    Par 69

    Under 18 years

    71 Will Porter (Carnoustie)

    73 Ellis Hart (Dullatur)

    74 Aidan Smith (Edzell)

    75 Andrew Gibson (Blairgowrie)

    Under 14 years

    69 Greg Dalziel (Airdrie)

    80 Craig Jackman (Dunblane)

    82 Cameron Dunn (Sandyhills)

    84 Jonathan Murphy (Erskine)

    Under 12 years

    82 George Cannon (Falkirk)

    85 Sebastian Sandin (Dunblane)

    86 Connor McKinney (Pitreavie)

    89 Aamar Saleem (Ladybank)

    Aidan Smith  won the handicap prize.

    The Skill Challenges were won by Andrew McColl (Erskine).