Sunday, January 04, 2015

Brimmond Bistro to sponsor's

North-east Alliance Scratch Order of Merit

Craibstone Golf Club's clubhouse restaurant - the Brimmond Bistro - is to sponsor the North-east Golfers' Alliance scratch order of merit.
The player with the most points at the conclusion of the Alliance championship second round - to be hosted by Craibstone GC - will win £130 in cash (voucher if an amateur) with the runner-up earning £75 and the third £50.
+Scroll down for the latest positions as the second half of the NE Alliance season starts at Inverallochy on Wednesday (January 7).

The Craibstone Course + the Brimmond Bistro will re-open tomorrow (Monday, January 6) morning after the festive break 
The Bistro will start its service to members and non-members from
9.30am (last orders 3.15pm, closing
at 4pm). 
Worth emphasing that ANYONE can use the Brimmond Bistro. If you are looking for a nice cosy place for your
morning coffee or afternoon tea, then
Brimmond Bistro is the place for you.
The Brimmond Bistro menu changes regularly, but please take a look at the sample menu to get an idea of what is typically served. This normally includes sandwiches, light snacks, the signature “Brimmond Burger” and a variety of desserts.
In addition to this the bistro also has the facility to cater for birthday parties, anniversaries, funeral teas, BBQs or any other large scale events. If you would like more information please do not hesitate to contact us on 01224 716777 or by email at

Winter Opening Times for the Brimmond Bistro 

Tuesday: 9.00am - 4.00pm Last orders: 3.15pm
Wednesday: 9.00am - 4.00pm Last orders: 3.15pm
Thursday: 9.00am - 4.00pm Last orders: 3.15pm
Friday: 9.00am - 4.00pm Last orders: 3.15pm
Saturday: 9.00am - 4.00pm Last orders: 3.15pm
Sunday: 9.00am - 4.00pm Last orders: 3.15pm
Functions, parties etc can be arranged outwith these hours by contacting 01224 716777 or
In addition to the Bistro a small selection of snacks are sold in Golf Operations Manager Billy Sim's Golf Office, perfect for eating out on the course. This includes a selection of chocolate bars, soft drinks, water and take-away coffee to warm players on a cold day.
+That's Billy Sim pictured on the right.

How it works:
The top 10 scratch finishers at an Alliance competition are awarded points from 100 down to 10pt (i.e. 90pt for second, 80 for third and so on).
675 John Duff (Newmachar) (am)
490 Paul Lawrie (Carnegie Cub)
405 Joel Hopwood (Royal Aberdeen)
325 Nick Macandrew (Royal Aberdeen) (am)
287 Lee Vannet (Craibstone)
285 David Law (Paul Lawrie Golf Centre)
280 Kevin Duncan (Cruden Bay).
275 Chris Law (Kings Links) (am)
235 Clark Brechin (Portlethen) (am)
222 Stewart Finnie (Royal Aberdeen) (am)
217 Andrew Campbell (Murcar Links) (am)
215 Keith Shanks (Kings Links Golf Centre) (am)
202 Craig Lawrie (Paul Lawrie Golf Centre)

+The North-east Alliance Handicap Order of Merit also has a sponsor for the second half of the season. We will tell you more tomorrow.



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