Love the game

Welcome to the Scottish Junior Golf Tour

  • Our Mission Statement-
  • “To provide young, committed 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 open for our 10th anniversary season which begins in September. To-date 39 of our regulars have become Scottish junior internationalists, 5 have represented Great Britain & Ireland and 5 have played for the Scottish Mens team. 

    Register now for our 2016/17 season if you are a dedicated, enthusiastic junior golfer who wants to make friends with other juniors from all over Scotland. And that goes for the parents too!

    Go to the contact page to apply.

    Find out more about the SJGT

    Saturday 5th Nov: 9:9 Golf at Elmwood

     

    Elmwood, probably one of the best winter courses in Scotland, was in great condition for our Tour event at the weekend.

    The format was 9:9Golf where only a player’s best nine holes count. There was a very cold wind but it did not stop some fine scoring from the juniors. Jamie Roberts (Muckhart) had the best score of the day with a six-under-par  29. Jamie Gibb shot an impressive 3-under par 32 in the U12’s.

    It was good see a good number of the Elmwood juniors participating in the event.

     

    Jamie Roberts setting up another birdie attempt on the 12th.

    LEADING SCORES

    Under 18 years

    31 Craig Jackman (Dunblane), Aidan Reid (Whitecraigs), Ian Taggart (Lenzie)

    32 Euan English (Erskine)

     

    Under 15 years

    29 Jamie Roberts (Muckhart)

    31 Liam Kirkham (Troon Welbeck)

    32 Jonathan Murphy (Erskine), Ewan Wheat (Royal Montrose)

     

    Under 14 years

    32 Gregor Johnston (Bridge of Allan)

    34  Cammy Akers (Elmwood), Jamie Fulton (Muckhart), Roddy McCauley (Fereneze), Kyle Murphy (Clydebank)

     

    Under 13 years

    32 Aamar Saleem (St Andrews)

    35 George Cannon (Falkirk)

    36 Thomas Rankine (Haggs Castle)

    37 Andrew Forbes (Haggs Castle)

     

    Under 12 years

    32 Jamie Gibb (Aboyne)

    36 Callum Waugh (Kirkhill)

    38 Stewart Forrest (Lenzie)

    42 Finlay Galloway (Elmwood)

     

    The handicap prize was jointly won by Elmwood juniors  Rhys Jamieson and Sam Peat with nett 26s.

    As usual George Cannon won the skills competition.