Monday, March 18, 2013


Some new golfers in the local Clackmannanshire clubs may be unaware of Clackmannan County Golf Union and its activities. 
It was founded in 1903 with the object of promoting golf among the six local clubs, and it provides competition and match experience at all levels.  
 All local club golfers with a handicap are eligible to play in county competitions. Entry fees are reasonable, and travel is fairly inexpensive since all the courses are within easy reach.  New golfers will be made most welcome on the County scene.
Entry sheets for the Spring Meeting will be available soon. It will be played in two divisions on April 20 - A Division at Alloa and B Division at Braehead.
The County boys' championships will be played on April 21 at Tillicoultry.

The 2013 Clackmannan County Golf fixture card is now available at local Clubs; in addition to the County events, the card lists the various Open events run by the six Clubs.


It is encouraging to see four local boys--- and all from Braehead---- entered for the 2013 Scottish boys' championship at Monifieth at the beginning of April.  
Mind you, they all have early rises. Grant Murray is second match off on April 1 at 6.53; Scott Beattie is at 7.41 and on Tuesday, April 2, Rikky Alexander plays at 7.25 and Ryan Calder at 7.57.   
 Local golfers will be wishing them the best of luck, and hope they have some good results.



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