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Dalhousie GC AGM 2019

February 10, 2019 12:11 by ian

Please note that this will be held on February 26th at 8.00 pm in the Ben Hogan Suite.

The Agenda is attached, as are the minutes of the Half Yearly Meeting. 

AGM Notice 2019.doc (26.50 kb)

HYGM Minutes 26 September 2018.docx (28.63 kb)

150th Anniversary Competition

December 17, 2018 18:32 by ian

Dalhousie v. Scotscraig

October 7, 2018 19:52 by ian
The postponed return match for the Tanner Trophy against Scotscraig was played today. The course was in excellent condition, with the greens quick and true. Despite extremely gusty conditions, the course proved eminently playable. The Dalhousie team put on a splendid show to end the season, recording a rare 4 - 2 win over our hosts. Unfortunately this was not enough to overturn a 5-1 defeat at home, but it was an encouraging result nonetheless.

Captain's Report March 2018

September 12, 2018 20:48 by ian

Captain's Report March 2018.docx (1.89 mb)

Statement of Accounts to March 2018

September 12, 2018 20:43 by ian
Please find attached the Club's Statement of Accounts to March 2018. Minutes of the March meeting to follow.

DGC 2018 accounts (1).pdf (562.53 kb)

Dalhousie Seniors Defeat Forfar Seniors - Donald Ford Makes Hole-In-One!

August 29, 2018 20:24 by ian
Dalhousie produced a fine performance to defeat our guests from Forfar by 4 1/2 points to 2 1/2 on a breezy, sunny afternoon on the Championship Course. There were many fine performances, but there is no doubt that the outstanding incident of the match came at the par 3 8th, where Dalhousie GC Captain, Donald Ford, scored a hole in one with a perfectly struck 8 iron. What an appropriate end to a most memorable week for Club and Captain!

Dalhousie Defeat Downfield To Complete Double

August 29, 2018 20:18 by ian
Dalhousie GC produced an outstanding performance at Downfield to defeat a perennially strong home team by four points to two. There were a number of good performances, but perhaps the most outstanding was the father and son partnership of Barry and Michael Stewart, who came back from 4 down at the turn to win at the last. Dalhousie having won the home fixture by 4 and 2, this meant that they won the Paton Trophy by 8 to 4.