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Preferred Lies

April 6, 2018 09:29 by gordonl
It has been confirmed that preferred lies will apply to all Club Competitions up to and including Saturday 14th April. This will be reviewed at that point.

PREFERRED LIE REQUIREMENTS FOR MEMBERS

April 5, 2018 11:53 by gordonl

APRIL 6TH, 2018  

DURING THE COMING WEEKS, PREFERRED LIES MAY BE PERMITTED ON THE LINKS. MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED TO LIFT AND CLEAN THEIR BALL, THEN REPLACE IT ON THE FAIRWAY – NO NEARER THE HOLE.  

PRIOR TO PLAY, PLEASE CHECK THE CLUB WEBSITE, DGC NOTICE BOARD AND/OR THE ENTRY BOOK FOR SWEEPS TO OBTAIN CONFIRMATION THAT THE RULE IS STILL APPLICABLE ON THE DAY OF PLAY.  

DONALD FORD

Fixture List 2018

April 4, 2018 23:33 by graeme
The fixture list is attached:

Fixtures 2018.pdf (434.65 kb)

Tee Rotations 2018

April 4, 2018 23:32 by graeme
The list of tee rotations for 2018 is attached:

Tee Rotations 2018.pdf (333.50 kb)

Course Closures for 2018

April 4, 2018 23:30 by graeme
The scheduled list of closures for all three courses is attached:

Closure Dates 2018.pdf (468.66 kb)

JUNIORS v SENIORS, MARCH 31st, BUDDON LINKS

April 4, 2018 10:49 by donald

In total contrast to the almost idyllic conditions enjoyed during the Dalhousie Anniversary tournament on March 13th, the ‘season opener’ was as close to a golfing horror show that could be imagined. Freezing winds, driving showers of rain and sleet and the total absence of either enjoyment or quality play made for a pretty awful three or four hours out on the links. Only seventeen hardy – but clearly unhappy – Dalhousie members completed the task of achieving a result from the introductory match which kicked the new season off.

 

As things turned out, the last couple on the course (Tom Wotherspoon and Campbell Ford) battled their way around to be the only members who completed eighteen holes. Thus, arriving back in the warmth of the Golf Hotel about an hour after all other combatants, little did either of them know that their result was to decide the winner of the whole affair! With the match score tied at 6 points each, Campbell’s victory duly sealed the narrowest of wins for the Juniors.

 

After a splendid buffet and countless cups of warming tea and coffee from the hotel staff, Mike Sinclair duly collected the trophy on behalf of his fellow ‘youngsters’. The awful conditions endured made the destiny of the Captain’s special award for the ‘shot of the day’ a fairly simple decision to recognise. The aforesaid Tom Wotherspoon’s superb tee shot to four feet at the short thirteenth – plus the holed putt for his two – was widely approved by all concerned.

 

It is fairly safe to say, therefore, that few will recall the 2018 ‘official’ launch of a Juniors versus Seniors fixture as a season opener with any sense of enjoyment or warmth. Surely, it cannot possibly be subject to worse conditions in the years to come?

 

To All Dalhousie Members Coming to the Events on Tuesday 13th.

March 10, 2018 14:11 by gordonl

Just a reminder re the events on Tuesday.......unveiling of the Dalhousie Water Fountain will be at 10am.Those wishing to attend are asked to assemble in the lounge of the Golf Hotel (FREE coffee and tea available from 9.30) and we will be piped out to the 16th tee by Clive Douglas at 9.45.

Golf Tee Times commence at 11am and will be circulated to all taking part over the weekend.

For those members who are attending the celebratory dinner in the evening, this is just a reminder that it is timed 7.30 for 8.00. Dress is collar and tie/blazer or lounge suit (formal dress will also be acceptable) and dinner cost will be £30 - to paid on the night.

It promises to be a splendid day of celebrations and I look forward to seeing you.

Donald.