“To provide young, committed golfers from across Scotland the opportunity to play competitive, fun golf on a regular basis and encourage them to
Membership open for our 9th season starting in September. To-date 31 of our regulars have become Scottish junior internationalists and 4 have represented Great Britain & Ireland and we will continue to build upon this fantastic foundation.
Register now for our 2015/16 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!
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Sunday 12th April – Winter Season Finale at Dalmahoy
Here are the results from our final event at Dalmahoy yesterday on the West course. Thankfully the rain went off just before we started helping to make it a great day
This was the finale of our winter season and the format was 9:9ParGolf where only the best 9 holes count. The boys were joined in the competition by a number of parents who got a bit of the SJGT experience first-hand.
To add to the fun we included a better-ball team competition in addition to the individual and skills competitions.
The scoring was excellent and four of the boys shot four under par. Other good scores included Roddy McCauley’s 3 under in the U14’s and Cameron Johnstone’s 2 under in the U12’s. Gary Murphy had the best score from the parents with 5 under par.
Thanks to our resident coach at Dalmahoy, Scott Dixon, for showing us his fun trick show before the prize-giving.
-4 Jack Savage (Cawder), Aran Sinclair (Bearsden)
-3 Ellis Hart (Dullatur)
-1 Alexander Hay (Lanark)
-4 Aidan Husenne (Haggs Castle), David Rudd (Longniddry)
-3 Jack Williams (Sandyhills)
-2 Ibrahim Hussain (Eastwood), Craig Jackman (Dunblane)
-3 Roddy McCauley (Fereneze)
-2 Jack Lockhart (Pitreavie), Connor McKinney (Pitreavie)
-1 Toby Appleyard (Dalmahoy), Harry Clark (Auchterarder), Ewan Wheat (Royal Montrose)
-2 Cameron Johnstone (Troon Welbeck)
+3 Callum Waugh (Cambuslang)
+5 Aamar Saleem (Ladybank)
-5 Gary Murphy (Clydebank)
-4 Gary Souter (Elie)
-3 Andy Johnstone (Troon Welbeck)
The handicap prize was won by Callum Gow (Whitecraigs) with 13 under par.
Ian Taggart (Sandyhills) won the Dads’ handicap prize with a superb 9 under par.
Aidan Husenne won the skills challenges.
The team event was won by Aidan Husenne, Connor McKinney and Aran Sinclair with a 9 under par gross 59.
The handicap team event was won by Callum Waugh and Simon & Toby Appleyard with nett 48 (20 under par!)
Congratulations to Will Porter our 2014 Champion in winning the Scottish Boys at Dunbar in some style. And I had a bet on him to win.
Thanks to all our Junior Tour families for making this our 8th season a great one. I look forward to meeting up with you all again in September. Have a great summer.