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SENIORS RECORD EXCELLENT RESULT AT EDZELL

August 25, 2015 09:08 by John Mitchell

Our Seniors travelled to Edzell on 17th August and managed to come away with an excellent 3 1/2 - 3 1/2 draw.

Edzell is never an easy place to get a result, so well done to all who took part.

As we won the home leg 4 - 3, this means we won the overall tie 7 1/2 - 6 1/2.

Captain Norman Howie reports that the course was in very good condition and the Buffet meal afterwards was superb.

 

John 

OVERALL VICTORY FOR SENIORS AGAINST PANMURE

August 4, 2015 14:05 by John Mitchell

Our Seniors visited Panmure Golf Club on Thursday 23rd July for the 2nd of our annual matches against the Barry Club.

Although they lost 4 - 3 on the day, Dalhouse recorded an overall victory following a 4 1/2 - 2 1/2 home win at Carnoustie.

We were defeated both Home and Away last year by Panmure, so an excellent result.

Well done to all who took part.

 

John

 

 

UPDATE ON LATEST RESULTS

July 15, 2015 08:44 by John Mitchell

The Seniors hosted the Blairgowrie Golf Club at Carnoustie on Thursday 25th June and recorded an excellent 4 - 3 win.

Unfortunately, we lost 4 1/2 - 2 1/2 in the first game which resulted in an overall win for Blairgowrie by 7 1/2 - 6 1/2.

On Monday 13th July, Edzell Seniors were our visitors this time and Dalhousie won this match 4 - 3.

The weather wasn't very good as it rained most of the time.

 

John 

SENIORS OUTING TO FORFAR 2015

June 14, 2015 12:13 by John Mitchell

The Seniors Outing to Forfar Golf Club was held on Monday 8th June and attended by 24 members.

The weather was kind to us although we did have two 10 minute showers during the round but not enough to dampen spirits.

The Forfar officials ensured we had an enjoyable day and they donated a voucher for 4 people to play at Forfar as a prize.

The main prize was the Kennedy Cup and this was won by Malcolm Lowe. The Reg Neish Trophy was won by Brian Carr and the Tanner Trophy (for those aged 70+), was won by Bill Stewart.

The nearest the pin challenges were won by Joe Duncan (13th) and Earle Smith (16th).

A photograph of the winners is shown below.

 

John 

FIRST VICTORY OF THE 2015 SEASON FOR SENIORS

June 3, 2015 16:07 by John Mitchell

The Seniors recorded their first victory of 2015 with an excellent home win against Panmure Golf Club on Thursday 28th May.

The match result was 4 1/2 to 2 1/2.

It was a very windy day and everyone struggled in the conditions. We also had 2 severe rain bursts lasting about 10 minutes each time which made it all the more difficult.  

The members of Panmure were superb company as usual and we all enjoyed Lunch in the Hotel afterwards.

 

John 

SENIORS NARROW DEFEAT AT ST ANDREWS

May 26, 2015 12:05 by John Mitchell

The Seniors visited St Andrews New Club on Wednesday 13th May and were narrowly defeated by 3 1/2 - 2 1/2.

This is the same score as last time and we went on to win the trophy later in the year with a 5 - 1 victory at Carnoustie, so hopefully we can do the same again.

All 6 games were played on the New Course.

Due to extensive refurbishment of the catering facilities at the New Club, hospitality was carried out at the Scores Hotel just up the road.

Captain Ian Wilson reported that everyone had a very nice day, the course was in good condition and the home side were perfect hosts.

 

John

DEFEAT IN THE FIRST MATCH OF THE 2015 SEASON

May 10, 2015 11:48 by John Mitchell

Our Seniors travelled to Blairgowrie on Thursday 7th May and unfortunately lost by 4 1/2 games to 2 1/2.

Four games were played on the Rosemount course and three matches on the Lansdowne course.

We always seem to struggle at Blairgowrie but handle ourselves better when we play them at Carnoustie.

Captain for the Day, Doug Mitchell, reported that the Blairgowrie Seniors were perfect hosts.

The courses were in excellent condition and the meal afterwards was superb.

We meet them again at Carnoustie on Thursday 25th June with more or less the same team, so hopefully we can achieve an overall victory.

 

John