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The Scottish Golf Volunteer of the Year Award has been created to recognise the contribution made by thousands of club volunteers up and down the country whose efforts give so much to the running of the game, both locally and nationally. “We’ve seen so many fantastic examples of volunteering at clubs across the country that we felt it was important to recognise the commitment of these individuals. All member clubs are encouraged to send a representation to this meeting to allow the AGA Executive to assess the feeling of all our member clubs. Consequently, the Ayrshire Golf Association Executive have agreed to support the amalgamation proposals, subject to the approval of the member clubs. A considerable amount of work has been undertaken on behalf of member clubs throughout the consultation process leading to the final amalgamation proposals, and the AGA Executive are keen to ensure that the views of member clubs are properly considered before any vote is cast on their behalf in such an important decision for Scottish amateur golf. Following a two-year process of consultation with the game’s stakeholders – clubs, Areas and Counties – the final proposal is being sent out this week with clubs invited to indicate their support for the changes before the end of April.

We’ve all dreamed of being here on ‘the’ hallowed ground and whilst this wasn’t The Old Course, it’s everything we were expecting and more. Having previously won the Prestwick Links in 1991, 1998 and 2000, David Glass faced 19 year old Sandy Darroch (St Nicholas) in the final, who was not even born when Glass enjoyed his first win in the competition. Sandy Darroch stemmed the flow by winning the 7th but immediately David Glass restored his five hole lead at the 8th, which he maintained to the turn. The leading five nominees as selected by our judging panel will be invited to attend the event with a guest. So when you calculate the score any average golfer scores, you will find putt shots to be of a substantial amount more less going to a range of 40- 50%. Hence make certain you for club which has additional putters. Scott missed his effort for par leaving McAlpine with a holable putt for the trophy, but his putt struck the back of the hole and spun out, sending the players on to the 21st hole. Scott could only play his third out short of the green whilst McAlpine found the green with his third shot, coming to rest at the back of the green around 35 feet from the hole.

In the handicap event for the Boyd Cup, Kenny McAlpine (St Nicholas) faced Andrew Scott (St Cuthbert) in what proved to be a close contest throughout, with the players coming to the final hole of the match all square. In addition, there are plenty of trophy and handicap competitions if members wish to compete. David Glass (Prestwick St Cuthbert) won the Nickson Trophy and Prestwick Links Championship for the fourth time, at a windy Prestwick Golf Club on Saturday evening, 28th May whilst Kenny McAlpine (Prestwick St Nicholas) took the Boyd Cup and handicap title in extra holes. McAlpine produced an excellent recovery shot to the green to set up a solid par which was sufficient to half the hole and take the match to extra holes. “The final proposal reflects what we believe is a structure for modern, streamlined governance to take Scottish golf forward. Plans for the most radical changes ever in the running of Scottish bulk titleist golf balls took another step forward at a press conference in Edinburgh on Tuesday 29 March when a proposal asking the country’s 580 golf clubs to approve the most far-reaching governance changes in the history of Scottish amateur golf was formally announced. These are the earliest surviving written Rules of Golf, compiled by the Gentlemen Golfers of Leith, later the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, drafted on 7th March 1744, for a tournament played on 2nd April.

The radical restructuring is announced in the same week as two Scots golfers themselves made history, with Paul Lawrie and Martin Laird winning on the European Tour and on the US Tour on the same day. Although some Canadian golfers retired early many nights, such was not the case on the Wednesday, during the Australian-Uruguay qualifying World Cup soccer match. Opening with a 77 on Wednesday, Tolly was hampered by an injury to his big toe which resulted in medical treatment and the on course first aiders being required to dress his toe prior to his second round. Ayrshire President David J Miller (Kilmarnock Barassie) added a second round 76 to his opening 74 for a 150 total, to leave him still in with a chance of the title with one round to go. He responded with a birdie on the 13th and though he bogeyed the 15th, he picked up the vital shot on the 17th when he holed in from two feet and finished a memorable round with a solid par. Attieh, who is a member at the Arabian Ranches Golf Club, does fancy his chances of making the cut at the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, but that “first shot off the first tee” will be important.

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