Sunday, 12 October 2014

Ladies Handicap League AGM

The AGM of the Ladies handicap League was held at King James VI GC this afternoon. The winners Dunkeld & Birnam were presented with the Loch Leven’s Larder Handicap League Trophy for the second year running. The trophy was presented by Moira Lumby co coordinator of the Handicap League. It was a very close thing with Murrayshall tying in matches but losing out in the individual games count for the second year running. King James VI Ladies came third, despite struggling with team injuries though out the year. Thanks you to Paul for providing yummy cakes and tea.
Handicap League coordinator Moira Lumby,presents the Loch Leven's Larder Trophy to winners Dunkeld & Birnam
Team members from the Handicap League at the AGM and presentation of the Loch Leven's Larder Trophy, held at King James VI GC Any Ladies club within Perth & Kinross county interested in joining the Handicap League in 2015 please get in touch with Moira Lumby to find out more


The Ladies held their Final Fling on Saturday. The format was a Texas Scramble which is always good fun. We were delighted to welcome some of the ladies who have been taking part in the coaching sessions during the Summer. Pam, Pat and Donna joined in the Texas Scramble and the newer golfers joined us for Cream Teas after their Coaching Session. 

The weather was really kind to us and the course was looking at its best with the Autumn colours in their full glory.  The scores were really impressive. Even the Consolation Prize went to a team with a score below par. Well done Ladies - a good omen for next year?

Winners were Moira Lumby, Dot Whytock and Alison Knight with an impressive 63. Fiona Farquharson, Margaret Watson and Pat Hebner were runners up with 65.5.

It was really heartening to see so many ladies joining in the fun. We hope the newbees will see that we are a friendly bunch and that there is no need to feel nervous about playing with us. Playing on the Winter Course is a great way of keeping your game going over the Winter and it is fun to play - the greenkeeper shortens the holes and changes the layout.

Come and join us then maybe next year we can afford more enticing prizes.

Dot, Moira and Alison with their glittering 1st prizes.

Ladies and welcome guests enjoying apres golf! 
Has Donna got one foot on her lucky tee?

Pat, Margaret & Fiona with their Spooky chews

Thursday, 2 October 2014


Congratulations to Moira Chapman who has won a Community Award for her lovely front garden as part of Perth in Bloom. Her back garden is even more impressive!

Aren't we lucky to have an expert overseeing the Ladies' efforts at King Jimmy.