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Orkney's oldest golf course.. Founded 1889.. 18 Holes.. 5407 yard.. Par 69...

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🏌️🏌️‍♀️Williamson’s Open 🏌️🏌️‍♀️Saturday 25th May 2024Gross and nett cups up for grabs!*Special prizes* ⛳️ Closest to pin on 4th 🏌️🏌️‍♀️For all the big hitters, longest drive - ladies on the 1st and gents on the 17th. Have a great day of golf folks! ... See MoreSee Less
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Gents Section Report ⛳️Orkney Golf Club held a midweek stableford sweep last Wednesday in fine weather. Thirty three played with only three players managing to break the stableford par of 36 points. Third spot went to Darren Tait on 38 points, second went to Brian Kane with 39, whilst Eddie Brown took top spot with an excellent 40 point total.Sunday then saw the popular Work Memorial Trophy played for, with another good entry of 48 taking part. Weather wise it was slightly damp in the morning but, with little wind, good scoring was expected and this turned out to be the case.Steven Walls was the unlucky one who missed out on a placing on countback, finishing fourth with a nett 67 - which incidentally was also the lowest gross score of 67 on the day. Third place was the ever steady Brian Kane with 76,9,67. Second spot was claimed by Bob Adamson, whose score of 81,15,66 will see yet another handicap reduction for Bob. However winning the trophy on countback, with his lowest round of the season, was newcomer Martin Gibson who's excellent round of 94,28,66 was just enough to pip Bob.Martin was presented with the trophy by Club Captain, Neil Tait, and no doubt he'll be on the lookout for more silverware in the future. The Orkney Matchplay championship finals were held in Stromness at the weekend. Steven Rendall came out on top in an all Orkney Golf Club final for the gross title, beating fellow club member Ewan Rendall.In the nett section, David Henderson narrowly lost out to Ewan McDill. Well done everyone on reaching the finals. Meanwhile a team of Bruce Moar, John Thompson, Robbie Norquoy and David Miller represented the club in the Northern Counties Seniors Team competition in Elgin last week. Unfortunately they went down in the first round to a strong Deeside 2 team but thoroughly enjoyed the experience and did the club proud. This Saturday, 25th May, sees the Williamson's Open Competition followed by the Marie Curie competition on Wednesday 29th May. The second major of the season, the Hamilton and Pit Stop cups take place on Saturday 1st June. Entry is through the website in the normal manner. PD HOOK attached photo Martin Gibson, winner of the Work Memorial Trophy ... See MoreSee Less
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A misty morning for the early players but improving later in the day was 14th May and 15 ladies took part in the Stableford. Michelle Clouston came out on top with a super score of 40 points, Doris Hutchison was in second place on 37 points on countback from Linda Bonner. On 16th May it was a very nice day and 14 ladies played in the 18 Hole Competition and again the dreaded countback came into play with Doris Hutchison in first place with a 70 (12), and Marlene Croy coming second. I also want to thank everyone who helped make the Club’s week in the Blue Door such a success. Special thanks to Bob Clouston for the use of his facility for storage, it was a massive help. Thanks to Lynn and the marvellous staff in the shop! Hop-a-long ... See MoreSee Less
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I am delighted to say that our week in the Blue Door had raised £2191.53. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this fabulous amount. ... See MoreSee Less
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Gents Section Report ⛳️Despite the second matchplay qualifier being held in Stromness last Saturday, it’s still been a busy time on the course. In the gents section there’s been many matchplay rounds taking place, along with medals, sweeps and the Gorns Trophy being played for. Last Monday saw the seniors May medal take place with sadly another poor turnout of only 8 players taking part. Third, with 33 points, was John Thompson, second on 35 was Stevie Linklater and winning the medal with 38 points, was Stephen Hagan.Wednesday then saw an excellent entry of 60 take part in the Gorns Trophy. Decent weather for most of the day allowed for some good scoring, and the early starters took advantage of near calm conditions to post some excellent scoring rounds. Third place went to Bob Clouston who's 80,14,66 was one of his best rounds this year. Second place was claimed by Ewan Rendall, who's round included six birdies and two Eagles. But he must have rued his triple and quadruple bogey seven’s which ultimately cost him the Trophy with a score of 68,3,65.Claiming the prize however was David Henderson whose excellent round of 73,9,64 included a stunning hole in one on the 7th!! David hit a 7 iron up to the green and, although he couldn't see the shot drop, it became obvious as his awe struck group walked up that the ball had ended up in the cup! Well done on recording your first hole in one David and winning both the Gorns Trophy and hole in one Quaich. Friday then saw a sweep played with a decent entry of 25, again being played in good weather. Young Calum lycett was third with 76,9,67. Second was Owen Reid with 76,9,67, just pipping Calum on countback. But it was the elder statesman of the Lycett clan, Steve, who picked up top spot, showing Calum how it's done with an excellent round of 74,11,63. This week sees the OMPC matchplay competition being played in Stromness over the course of the week, with the finals taking place on Saturday and running in conjunction with the Scapa Garage Open. Good luck to all taking part over the course of the week. For those missing out, there's a sweep on Wednesday, then the Work memorial Trophy is up for grabs on Sunday. Another sweep takes place next Wednesday followed by the Williamson's Open on Saturday the 25th May, again kindly sponsored by Ali and Jacqui Flett. We are hoping for a good turnout again in what is a popular competition. PD HOOK Photo David Henderson with the hole in one Quaich and at the 7th green. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thirteen ladies entered the Captains Choice on 7th May and had quite nice conditions. The best score on the day was 71 nett enjoyed by three players, Michelle Clouston (14) came out on top when dreaded countback came into force. Her score beat Inga Drever (30) into second place, with Linda Bonner (16) third. Michelle also had the lowest gross of 85.Thursday 9th May and seventeen ladies played in the competition to raise funds for Cancer Research. Conditions were kinda dreicht, but scores were good. Lynn Shearer was first with a 71(13) nett, Lynn also had the lowest gross. Linda Milne was runner up with 73(27). £119.00 was raised through donations and entry.Hop-a-long ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi lady’s The juniors are still looking for 2 lady’s to play in the George Bain challenge on Sunday morning 10 o’clock start.If you can play contact Wayne 07734452167 ... See MoreSee Less
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Orkney Golf Club was a hive of activity this past Saturday, when it played host to the first qualifier for the Orkney matchplay championships, the R Clouston Ltd Open. Exactly 98 gents teed off in conditions which were favourable throughout the day. A light easterly breeze and reasonable overhead conditions making it a much more pleasant experience for most than the recent cold, wet and windy weather. The course once again was in fantastic condition with the green's running true and the fairways starting to dry out. This allowed for a bit more run which, given the recent spells of rain, is a reflection on the continued excellent work of our Greenkeeping team. The morning players set some reasonable targets. G Bruce Moar posted a low gross of 71 which also led the nett section with a 65 nett. Several players came close to the gross score with 72s, but only Kenny Sinclair could match it but staying behind Bruce on countback. Eventually though, regular gross winner Steven Rendall, pipped Bruce with a gross 70 to lead the qualifying for the matchplay gross with only 5 shots separating the top 17 players.The overall cup is a nett prize and for a change this season several players managed to break the course par. Early leader was Bruce Moar with a 65 nett but this was overtaken by Graeme Tait later in the morning with an excellent round of 79,15,64. For a while this was looking good enough for the victory until 006, Scott Bond, from Stromness Golf Club returned his best ever back nine score of 37 for an overall total of 78,16,62. This to secure a two shot win over Graeme. Several players eventually tied on nett 65s and it was Robbie Norquoy who claimed third on countback pushing Richard Ryder into the fourth and final place in the prize list.Nearest the pins were won on the 4th by Stewart Thompson and Gareth Robinson and on the 18th by Steven Rendall and John Heddle.Overall it was a fantastic day of golf and the club are indebted to Bob and Michelle Clouston for their continued support of this excellent tournament of golf. Last Wednesday saw the May medals played in very good conditions with 39 players over the two division's taking part. In division one, third was John Thompson with 76,8,68, second, Mr steady Brian Firth with 73,7,66 and taking Brian on countback was the ever reliable Pete McKinlay, with 68,2,66, which was also the low gross. The second division was decided without the dreaded countback,m. Third was Robbie Norquoy on 79,10,69, second Willie Marwick 78,10,68 and first, Bob Adamson with 82,15,67.Finally on Sunday, nine teams, including team's from both Stromness and South Ronaldsay Golf Clubs, took part in a Texas Scramble fund raiser for the MND charity.Scoring proved slightly tough on another good day, condition wise. With a tie for first place on nett 55s, the team of Stu Slater, Sean Tait, Pete and Stanley McKinlay just overtook The Hope Pirates team of Ross Smith, Ross McQuillan, Martin Peace and James Bews.Over £300 was raised for this worthwhile charity. After such a great event, the club hope to hold more fun charity events throughout the year. PD HOOK Attached photoBr lr: GB Moar, N Tait - Captain, R Ryder, K Sinclair, R Norquoy, G Robinson, G Tait, S Tulloch, J Nelson, S CroyFr lr: S Rendall, S Bond, B Clouston - R Clouston Ltd, L Drever, N Sutherland ... See MoreSee Less
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***OGC Open Day TODAY!***Looking for something to do today?! Come along - take the family - to Orkney Golf Club and have a go at golf!!Equipment provided, discounts for membership taken out today! 10am-3pm. All welcome! ... See MoreSee Less
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This week Orkney Golf Club is in the Blue Door! Please pop along for a bargain or, perhaps buy a raffle ticket! ... See MoreSee Less
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Afternoon folks,Just a wee reminder that greenstaff will be starting greens renovations this afternoon at 3pm, please give them the right of way on the greens.Tomorrow will see us topdressing greens in the morning, then vertidraining followed by rubbing in. This is a time consuming process, so please once again give them the right of way until they call you on or are finished that green. Many thanks Chris ... See MoreSee Less
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On Tuesday 30th April, thirteen ladies turned up to play in the chilly, windy, difficult conditions, but Moira Irvine came top with a great score 74 (27), Carol Hartmann was runner up, 82 (21) and Sheila Hourston had the lowest gross 101. Thursday 2nd of May and we could be forgiven for thinking maybe, just maybe, Summer had arrived!! Fourteen ladies played in the SGL-Ticketyboo May Medal. First place and Ticketyboo Medal (Mug) went to Hilda Smith 71(24), Runner Up, Carol Hartmann, 74 (21). There were twos recorded by Kathryn Sutherland at the fourth, and Sally Inkster and Lynn Shearer at the seventh! Saturday 4th May, and 31 ladies played in the R Clouston Open, weather not too bad, dry but chilly. 1st Nett Liz Drever, 65(26), 2nd Nett, Sheila Hourston, 68(14), 3rd Nett Laura Sayer-Hall, 70(38), on countback from 4th Nett Jane Nelson 70(24). 1st Gross Nicola Sutherland (SGC) 79, 2nd Gross Shona Croy 83 on countback from Shona Slater (SGC) 83. Nearest Pin on 4th Ann Oag, and Liz Drevet, nearest pin on 10th Sheila Hourston and Linda Milne. Thanks also to Bob and Michelle for their continued support.Scarey Slice ... See MoreSee Less
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Evening folks, quick course update:This week greenstaff applied a selective herbicide to the fways, aprons and roughs, to control broadleaf weeds, because of this, fways and aprons won’t be cut this week, to allow the plant full uptake of the herbicide. We have started raking the fways to lift the leaf and then mow behind, similar to a light verticut, simple but effective, we will continue this next week. The last section of refurbished ditch at 6 will be in play as of tomorrow, with just a few small areas marked as GUR, so please take note. The turf at the 9th bunkers will remain GUR. Lastly, this Sunday afternoon greenstaff will be starting spring greens renovations. Sunday will involve verticutting, we plan to start at 3pm and we should be finished by 6pm, please give staff the right of way on the green until it is clear. 👍🏻Monday, greens will be topdressed then spiked, and finally rubbed in with the drag mat. Once again please give greenstaff right of way, it’s a very time consuming process, so your patience is greatly appreciated 🙏🏻 We plan to be finished this by Monday afternoon.CheersChris ... See MoreSee Less
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Great to be involved with PerryGolf, absolute pleasure hosting them last year. ⛳️🛳️There is still time to join us this summer for our 2024 Scottish Links & Islands Golf Cruise onboard the Azamara Onward. This cruise features an exciting golf lineup including Dumbarnie Golf Links, Carnoustie Golf Links, Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Alisa Course at Turnberry and Orkney Golf Club.11 Nights5 Rounds Southampton - Dublin June 20 – July 1Detailed itinerary: www.perrygolf.com/golfcruising/scottish-links-and-islands-golf-cruise-2024-june20.php#PerryGolfCruise #VisitScotland #luxurytravel #golfcruise #seatheworld #golftravel ... See MoreSee Less
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🤠Sunday Charity Texas Scramble🤠Proceeds in support of MND Entries are invited from teams of three or four adults or from teams of three adults plus one junior. If the junior has a full 18 hole handicap, they can be entered as part of the team in the usual way on Master Scoreboard. If the junior does not have an 18 hole handicap, or if you have any difficulties with entering your team on Master Scoreboard, please contact Colin Harcus at (matchsec@orkneygolfclub.co.uk) and he will add your team to the list. Please enter by 6pm on Friday if you can. Players wishing to play but not in a team, please also contact Colin. Teams are asked to please arrive at Orkney Golf Club by 9.45am on Sunday for a 10am start. Teams will be advised of their starting tee on Sunday morning and the £10 entry fee is payable on arrival. ... See MoreSee Less
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********FOR SALE*********Coming for sale soon is Orkney Golf Clubs trusty Toro 5410 fairway mower. We’ve owned this machine secondhand since 2013 and it’s not missed a beat!! It’s a 2007 model with 3852 hours (will increase through more use). It features five 8 bladed DPA cutting units, with groomers and rear roller brushes. All units were stripped and parts replaced where required this winter, it’s also been recently backlapped. Cutting height between 7-25mm for low sports turf, or football pitch quality turf. Price is £5k plus vat. Please contact this page if this of interest to you. ... See MoreSee Less
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⛳️ R Clouston Open⛳️This Saturday - 4 May 2024Entries in the usual way. ... See MoreSee Less
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Running throughout the rest of the week, alongside the W Hourston Open, were two more medals.Last Wednesday saw the Glass Shop April medal played, with a good turnout of 35 players taking part over the two sections. A stiff north westerly with again bitterly cold conditions, led to tough playing conditions for everyone. In the first division it was veteran Pete McKinlay, a master of the wind, who came out on top with an excellent nett 70,3,67. A four shot victory over low gross Michael Schinkel's 69,+2,71. In third was Brian Firth with 79,7,72.In the second division the scoring was a bit tougher with Steve Lycett's nett 70 taking first spot. Gordon Mulraine was second on countback from Ryan Sutherland, both players with nett 73s.It was the turn of the seniors for their medal on Monday with a lower than normal turnout of 13 playing in another bitterly cold south westerly wind keeping the stableford scoring low. Only George Rendall managed a par score of 36 points to scoop the medal and add to his victory of last weekend. Second was Stewart Kemp on 33 points and third Robbie Norquoy with 31. Along with the R Clouston Open next week, Sunday sees an MND Texas scramble fundraiser with teams of 4 players entering. A good turnout is hoped for to support this very good cause. Monday has the May seniors medal and Wednesday sees the Gorns Trophy up for grabs, so another busy week looms large for Orkney Golf club. PD HOOK ... See MoreSee Less
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W Hourston Jeweller OpenSeventy two competitors took part in the W Hourston Jeweller Open on Saturday 27th April, marking the 20th Anniversary of the first playing of this popular competition in 2004.Considering the poor weather thus far this season, Head Greenkeeper Chris Rae and his team had the course in excellent condition, with the freshly rolled greens running fast and true. A stiff south easterly breeze and occasional wintery showers made for testing scoring conditions.In the gross section Liam Smart, the winner of the competition on 2022, took third place on 74, just ahead of Lee Findlay, Denis Harvey, Kenny Sinclair and Scott Walls all on 75. Second place went to Steven Walls on 73. However, the clear winner in the gross section, by six shots, was Michael Schinkel, whose 67 gross included an eagle on the twelfth hole plus three birdies.In the nett section five players, James Bews, Stewart Gray, David Kirkpatrick, Sean Sinclair and Eddie Brown were all tied on 70, with Sean taking four place overall after a countback. The first ever winner of the competition in 2004, Eddie Brown, rolled back the years to take third place and just ahead of them all in second place was Kit Bichan on 68. However, first place overall went to Michael Moodie, who followed up his victory in the Highland Park Open earlier this month with another great score of 66 to take victory by two shots.Special thanks again to Tom MacPhail of W Hourston for his continued sponsorship of this popular event.This weekend sees the playing of the R Clouston Open, which also serves as the first qualifying round of the Orkney Matchplay Championship. Entries close as always at 6 pm on Thursday 2nd May.Back Row lr: Neil Tait-Captain, Shaun Tait, Michael Schinkel, Kit Bichan, Shona Croy, Kathryn Sutherland, Moira Groundwater, Liz Pirie Front lr: Michael Moodie, Tom MacPhail, Sally Inkster ... See MoreSee Less
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Orkney Golf ClubLadies SectionThe W Hourston Jewellers Open was held on Saturday 27th with twenty-eight ladies taking part. It was a rather cold and a bit breezy and the earlier players also had a few showers to contend with. The winner of the trophy was Sally Inkster on 70[21] two shots ahead of one of our visitors from SRGC Liz Pirie on 72[39]. Moira Groundwater from SGC was in third place on 74[21] and fourth place went to Kathryn Sutherland 77[46]. The gross section was won by Shona Croy on 82 with Shona Slater SGC in second place on 88 and Isla Rendall also from SGC in third place with 90. Melanie Kirkpatrick won the prize for nearest the pin at the 4th in higher handicap section and Isla Rendall in the lower category. The only two recorded was by Sheila Hourston at the 7th. Many thanks go to Tom and Aly MacPhail of W Hourston for their continued support to Orkney Golf Club.Earlier in the week on Tuesday 23rd the 3rd and final round of the Gibbs Cup was played with fourteen ladies playing in rather cold conditions. The winner was Sheila Hourston 73[14] with Linda Milne on 76[28] in second place and Carol Hartmann 77[21] third. With two out of three rounds counting for the cup Sheila was in first place with 147 [73 & 74] and the runner up was Lynn Shearer 151[73 & 78].It was slightly better weather although very cold on Thursday 25th for the ten ladies playing in an 18-hole competition and beginners night. In first place was Sally Inkster 74[21] having a better inward nine over Linda Milne 74[28]. Moira Nicolson was in third place 76[18] with a better last six over Hilda Smith 76[24]. ... See MoreSee Less
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Beautiful morning on the course for todays W. Hourston Jewellers open. Good luck to all playing ⛳️🏌🏻‍♂️🏌🏻‍♀️ ... See MoreSee Less
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The prize-giving for the W.Hourston Open will take place tomorrow at approx 8.00/8.15pm. A reminder that prize winners should attend and members are encouraged to attend. Have a great day of golf folks! ... See MoreSee Less
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The prize-giving for the W.Hourston Open will take place tomorrow at approx 8.00/8.15pm. A reminder that prize winners should attend and members are encouraged to attend. Have a great day of golf folks! ... See MoreSee Less
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This past week saw the first internal cup played for, with the Dewar/Spence two round trophy up for grabs. The first round was played last Wednesday in beautiful golfing conditions, with light winds and almost wall to wall sunshine. A good entry of 46 played but, despite the conditions, only 4 players broke the course par with - possibily due to Scottish Golf once again tampering with everyone's golf course and handicap adjustments!!Top of the pile was Scott Ralph on 66 while Ryan Sutherland, Robbie Norquoy and George Rendall were all tied on 68s. Richie Burton was on 69 and several more players were in contention within another couple of shots.The second round was played on Sunday with another entry of 46 gents teeing up.The morning starters had some light rain to contend with but this cleared by 10.30am and the light westerly wind allowed for another good day for golf.On the day, no one actually broke par, with Chris Rae, Morgan Reid and Willie Marwick all tied on 69s, being the best scores of the day.In the overall standings only George Rendall managed to post a respectable second round score from the 1st round leaderboard. His 71 nett, for a total of 139, proved enough for him to hold on for the victory and collect the silverware. Proving once again to be the top golfer in his Bilco group! Steven Rendall was second on 141, after very steady rounds of nett 70 and 71, beating Scott Ralph on countback after the early leader slumped to a 75 in the second round.Congratulations George on picking up the first internal cup of the year. This week coming sees the W. Hourston Open played on Saturday and a good turnout is hoped for, for this regular fixture in the golfing calendar. In to Monday and the seniors monthly April medal followed by the May medal for all members on Wednesday. Plenty of golf to look forward to in the coming weeks! As a footnote the Gents section would like to wish Lydia and Sandra speedy recoveries after their recent misfortunes, take care folks!PD HOOK Photo:George Rendall - Dewar/Spence cup winner ... See MoreSee Less
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🏌️‍♀️🏌️‍♂️W. Hourston Open 🏌️‍♀️🏌️‍♂️This Saturday - 27 April. Entries in the usual way. Beiting & Brew will be selling food in the Clubhouse. ... See MoreSee Less
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I have put a bag on the desk in the ladies locker room, please put raffle prizes for Blue Door in it. Men have a special dispensation to enter the Ladies Locker room to do so. Thanks ... See MoreSee Less
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Orkney Golf ClubLadies SectionThe 1st round of the Gibbs Cup was played on Tuesday 16th with nineteen ladies taking part. With heavy rain forecast for the afternoon and evening the majority played in the morning and avoided another soaking. Sheila Hourston was in first place on 74[14] and her gross of 88 with a lovely two at the 13th was the best of the day. Michelle Clouston was one shot further back on 75[14] and Sally Inkster third on 76[21]. The 2nd round was due to be played on Thursday 18th but again due to the weather was postponed until Sunday 21st. Although rather wet early on Sunday and a bit damp underfoot it was dry above with very little wind. Moira Nicolson 73[18] and Lynn Shearer 73[12] tied for first place with Moira winning having the better inward nine. Sally Inkster was third on 77[21]. The only two recorded was by Moira at the 13th.Weather permitting the 3rd and final round will be played on Tuesday 23rd when the best two out of three rounds will decide the winner of the cup. On Thursday 25th and Tuesday 30th there will be beginners nights when tuition will be available.All our best wishes go to our lady captain Sandra Shearer for a speedy recovery after her fall and hope its not too long before she is back on the golf course again. ... See MoreSee Less
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A REMINDER FOR RAFFLE PRIZES!BLUE DOOR WEEK BEGINNING 6TH MAY 2024!!THANKS 😀 ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi folks, I’ve had a few msgs saying it was difficult to read the article on the post a few weeks ago, I’ve taken some photos of the magazine so hopefully it’s a little clearer.Alternatively I think there’s a copy of the magazine in the clubhouse for members and visitors perusal!! CheersChris ... See MoreSee Less
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Orkney Golf Club got its summer season underway this past week after the washout last Saturday. 66 gents took part in the Highland Park Open on Saturday with, a good turnout of visitors from Stromness adding to the entry.The weather was kind to the morning starters with bright, dry conditions and a slight south westerly breeze. This allowed for decent play on a course which, for the time of year, was superbly turned out by Chris, Laura and the rest of the greenkeeping squad. It was to be the earlier starters who would claim the prizes on offer, with the weather deteriorating in the afternoon to heavy rain and and a near gale westerly blowing up. This made for near impossible conditions for the later starters. In the Gross section, it was Lee Finlay who claimed top spot with 72, two strokes ahead of Michael Schinkel. Michael in turn was another two strokes ahead of Stromness Captain Andrew Woodward with 74 and 76 respectively just showing how tough the scoring was throughout the day.In the nett section again it was the early birds who picked up the goodies with Michael Moodie's 80 nett 67 pipping visitor Andrew Groundwater's 74 nett 67 on countback. Richard Ryder claimed 3rd spot with a nett 72, just ahead of Raymie Stanger on the same score. Nearest the pin in two, on the 18th, were Shaun Sutherland in the under 12 category while Nicky Bichan was closest in the 12+ section. The Club would like to say a huge thanks to Highland Park for their continued support and to Brian Firth for presenting the prizes. As a footnote, for further competition, the committee would be most appreciative if players who are on the prize lists could make every effort to attend for prize-giving's as a mark of respect towards the sponsors. Also it would be advisable for everyone to check the notice board before teeing off for any local rules alterations, etc. And could players please remember to rake bunkers after use. The previous Wednesday a sweep was played. Brian Firth was first with a nett 69. Second was Stewart Fotheringhame on 70 and 3rd was Ewan Rendall with the lowest gross of 73 nett 71. This week coming the Dewar/Spence first round will take place on Wednesday 17th concluding on Sunday. The April medal will be played on Wednesday 24th.And finally, the gents section would like to wish the new club Captain Neil Tait and his committee, Sandra Shearer, ladies Captain and fellow ladies committee, all the very best for the coming season. Also, to all the golfers throughout the county, have a great season and hopefully we can all enjoy some decent weather throughout the year.PD HOOK Attached photo Br lr Brian Firth, Ann Oag, Nicola Sutherland, Sally Inkster, Michael Schinkel, Nicky Bichan. Fr lr Shona Croy, Kate George, Lee Finlay, Moira Nicolson, Neil Tait, Captain ... See MoreSee Less
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Orkney Golf ClubLadies SectionThe Highland Park Open, the first open of the season, was held on Saturday 13th with twenty-nine ladies taking part. The early starters had the best of the day weatherwise as the later starters had to contend with some heavy showers. There was a tie for first gross between Shona Croy and Nicola Sutherland on 86 with Shona winning having the better inward nine. Shona Slater was in third place on 88. The best nett score of 74[28] was by Kate George one shot ahead of Moira Nicolson 75[19] who was second followed by Ann Oag 76[14] in third place. The special prizes for nearest the pin at the fourth were won by Shona Croy in the lower handicap and Sally Inkster in higher group. The first two’s of the season were recorded at the 13th by both Shona Slater and Morven Gemmill. Many thanks go to Highland Park for their support to the club.Earlier in the week on Tuesday 9th twelve ladies played in the SGL & Ticketyboo April Medal in rather wet conditions and this was reflected in the scoring. The winner on 81[19] was Moira Nicolson with Linda Milne 82[27], Maggie Learmonth 82[19] and Kate George 82[27] tied for second and after countback Linda was the runner up.After the heavy rain on Tuesday, it was gales for the RNLI competition on Thursday 11th with the morning players moved to later in the day when the wind finally eased. Steady golfer Moira Nicolson was again the best player and won the trophy with 74[19] and again three players tied for second. Linda Bonner 75[16] gained second place having a better last six holes over Michelle Clouston 75[14] who had a better last nine over Wilma Bichan 75[40]. A total of £112 was raised for the RNLI from this competition.All our best wishes go to Lydia Campbell after her fall on Tuesday and hope not too long before she is on the golf course again. ... See MoreSee Less
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A REMINDER FOLKSBunkers at 9th in play, new turf marked Gur! Thanks ... See MoreSee Less
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Lovely morning out here with course prep underway for the Highland Park Whisky open…………a little breezy though!! 😳⛳️🏌🏻‍♂️🏌🏻‍♀️ ... See MoreSee Less
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***Course update***A lot of rain this week so the course is soft in places, please remember to repair pitchmarks and divots!! The altered bunkers on 9 are in play, it’s only the new turf that is GUR. ... See MoreSee Less
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To keep you in the picture, I have filled the Blue Door Rota! I will print it out prior to the 6th May, thank you to all the volunteers! ... See MoreSee Less
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Ladies Cup & Robertson ShieldThe deadline for entries for the Ladies Cup and Robertson Shield match-play competitions have been extended to 6 pm on Sunday 14th April. If you would like to take part please enter on Master Scoreboard before then. ... See MoreSee Less
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A reminder that Beiting & Brew will be selling a selection of fries and hotdogs tomorrow from 12.30pm-8.30pm. Head on up to the Clubhouse to buy yourself a well earned treat where you will also be able to watch The Masters.Prize giving will be held at approximately 9.00pm. Enjoy your day everyone!It’s the first Open of the year! ⛳️The Highland Park Open takes place this Saturday.Beiting & Brew will be in the Clubhouse selling their delicious food during the day. ... See MoreSee Less
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It’s the first Open of the year! ⛳️The Highland Park Open takes place this Saturday.Beiting & Brew will be in the Clubhouse selling their delicious food during the day. ... See MoreSee Less
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The winners on the monthly draw for February were Steve Lycett £60 and Iris Clyde £40. March winners Iain Wilkie £60 and Aly Bruce £40. Thanks to all those who enter. To take part contact Andrew Bonner 07799 127910 ... See MoreSee Less
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Orkney Golf ClubLadies SectionThe summer season got underway on Tuesday 2nd with a nine hole get-together and beginners competition in rather chilly conditions with 18 ladies taking part. The winner with a nett score of 35[16] was Kate George and there was a tie for 2nd place between Moira Nicolson 38[11] and Marlene Croy 38[18] with Moira’s last six holes gaining the second spot. The first 18 hole competition was held on Thursday 4th followed be another beginners evening and with a slightly poorer forecast only 14 ladies entered. This was a non counting competition and was won by Kathryn Sutherland on 72[46]. Once again there was a tie for second between Sandra Shearer 75[19] and Kate George 75[27] with Sandra having the better back nine. The best gross score was a 94 by both Lynn Shearer and Sandra Shearer with Lynn having a better inward nine.As the weather slowly deteriorated all week the Ringer Competition scheduled for Saturday 6th was postponed so fingers crossed for Saturday 13th when the first ‘Open’ of the season the Highland Park Open is due to take place. ... See MoreSee Less
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**Glass Shop Medal POSTPONED**Morning folks, due to more rain early this morning than expected, we have taken the decision to postpone today’s medal. Fingers crossed for better weather next weekend. ... See MoreSee Less
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Morning folks,Orkney Golf Club was recently featured in the British greenkeeping association (BIGGA) magazine, highlighting the club’s involvement in the International Island games being hosted here in July 2025.The main focus is on the course alterations and improvements we’ve made over the past 5 years leading into the games, with the huge help from club members volunteering their time being highlighted. Hope you enjoy the read. ⛳️🏌🏻‍♀️🏌🏻‍♂️🚜CheersChris ... See MoreSee Less
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As you all know, we are in the Blue Door week of 6th to 11th May. Can we have some volunteers to work the shifts 9.30 till 1.00 and 1.00 till 4.00 every day except Wednesday. Contact Sandra Shearer, thanks ... See MoreSee Less
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Morning folks,Quick course update, the altered bunkers at 9 are now back in play, the new turf is marked GUR, so please take a free drop if your ball is on it, if you’re in the sand you’ll have to play as normal.The altered burn at 6 is now yellow staked and in play, there are a couple small areas marked with white paint as GUR, so please take note. The area to the right of the main walk over is still fully marked as GUR, so please take note when playing. CheersChris ... See MoreSee Less
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Here are ladies April fixtures 😀 ... See MoreSee Less
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⛳️ Men’s April Fixtures:Competitions begin on Sat 6th April. Entry by Masterscoreboard - link on the website. ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi Juniors This Sunday 26th will be a change to the fixture the Orkney property open will be played on the 9th of June so we will have the May Medal instead. Names in for Friday 6 o’clock.⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi juniors This Saturday in stromness is the first of golf 6s. We are looking for a squad of 10 to pick from. The players either need to be in 4 hole or club golf to participate. If you are interested please get your name in ASAP so I can pick team for Saturday. ⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Groups for coaching on Monday 20thMay 5:30 Group. 6:30 groupOllie Mackay. Einar Sutherland Ewan Rae Louie SutherlandMason Budge. Charlie McConnachie Leah Thomson. Erlend Harcus Jamie Shearer. Evie Harcus Alie Groundwater. Dean Findlay Leighton Groundwater. Joe MoarHarper Allan. Owen Small Gregor Bichan. Aiden Schinkel Cole mitchel Matthew Gray ... See MoreSee Less
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The groups for the Roving Pro this Sunday 19th. ... See MoreSee Less
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This Sunday 19th the Roving Pro will be at Orkney golf club there will be coaching from 9:30 till 12. If I could have names of everyone wanting to go I can make up groups before Sunday.There is still spaces for get into golf it’s a great opportunity to get 10 house of coaching for £30 for more details contact Wayne 07734452167 The individual coaching list is up in the club house. ... See MoreSee Less
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Sorry there will not be coaching tonight with the Orkney matchplay being on. ... See MoreSee Less
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Today at Orkney Golf club we played the George Bain challenge in lovely weather with 12 juniors and 19 adults made it a fun morning of golf. Results from the 18 holeCallum lycett and his father Steve lycett won with a net 69 in 2nd it was the Findlay brothers Dean and Lee. 3rd went to father and son Keith Leonard and George Leonard 4th went to the young guns Dagan Edwardson and Innes Dufort.9 hole Winners of the 9 hole went to James Hamilton and Bob Clouston.Kay Mowat with a Nett 35. Second went the Stanley McKinley and dad Pete and Lorna Wilson 3rd went to the Harcus family Erlend,Colin and Rona. 4th went to the Monkman family Woody,Wayne and Emily.4holeWinners of the 4hole went to Ewan Rae and 2 Greenkeepers Chris and Laura with a Nett 19. 2nd went to Leah Thomson and dad Stuart and Karin Brown. 3rd went to Mason Budge father Robert and Diane Crawford.Would like to thank Pete and his family for the generous sponsorship and keeping this fun competition going. Also would like to thank Emily for working the bar.⛳️⛳️⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Just a reminder that Mel from the Inverness golf shop will be at the club house till 1pm today Sunday 12th with loads of golf goodies. ... See MoreSee Less
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Teams and draw for the George Bain challenge.Dagan Edwardson Tee Off 9amInnes Dufort George Leonard Keith Leonard Callum Lycett. Tee Off 9:10amSteve Lycett Lee Findlay Dean Findlay Woody Monkman 10 o’clock Wayne Monkman Shot Gunn start Emily Monkman James Hamilton Bob Clouston Kay Mowat Stanley McKinlay Pete McKinley Michelle Clouston Erlend Harcus Colin Harcus Rona Harcus Leah Thomson Stuart Thomson Karin BrownEwan Rae Chris RaeLaura Sayer-Hall Mason Budge Robert Budge Diane Crawford Owen Small Wayne Small Lorna Wilson ... See MoreSee Less
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Just a reminder coaching starts Monday 6th May.And it’s a Open day from 10 till 3 so come along and take your pals up for a hit, there will be clubs to borrow so don’t worry if you don’t have clubs ⛳️⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Groups for coaching on Monday 6th May 5:30 Group. 6:30 groupOllie Mackay. Einar Sutherland Ewan Rae Louie SutherlandMason Budge. Charlie McConnachie Leah Thomson. Erlend Harcus Jamie Shearer. Evie Harcus Alie Groundwater. Dean Findlay Leighton Groundwater. Joe MoarHarper Allan. Owen Small Gregor Bichan. Aiden Schinkel Matthew Gray ... See MoreSee Less
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Results from the Junior Hourston Open4 Hole1st Nett Ewan Rae 26-16-102nd Nett Einar sutherland 32-20-123rd Nett Joe Moar 33-20-131st Gross Owen Small 30-18-12 Gregor Bichan 36-18-189 Hole1st Nett James Hamilton 46-14-322nd Nett Matthew Gray 59-20-393rd Nett Aiden Schinkel 60-15-451st Gross kellan McAlister 49-12-37Innes Dufort 68-20-48Woody Monkman 61-12-49Erlend Harcus 78-20-5818 Hole 1st Nett George Leonard 93-29-642nd Nett felix Myers 91-14-773rd Nett Dagan Edwardson 110-16-941st Gross Ian Moar 84-15-70Would like to thank all the markers that went around with the kids and a big thanks to Tom for his kind sponsorship.⛳️⛳️⛳️🏌️‍♀️🏌️🏌🏻‍♂️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Draw for the Hourston Open18 Hole George Leonard. Tee OffDagan Edwardson. 9amIan Moar. Tee OffFelix Myers. 9:10am9 HoleMatthew Gray. Tee off Innes Dufort. 9:30amErlend Harcus Kellan McAlister . Tee offAiden Schinkel. 9:45am Woody Monkman. Tee offJames Hamilton. 10amFull 4 HoleEinar Sutherland. Tee OffOwen small. 10:30amLeah Thomson. Tee Off Joe Moar. 10:40amMason Budge. Tee OffEwan Rae. 10:50amGregor Bichan Presentation in club house 12:30-1ish ⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi All This Sunday 28th April will be the first junior Open of the year.Sponsored by W HOURSTON.There will be a presentation in the club house after all sections are in, 1pm ish.Names in before 6pm Friday please ⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Results from yesterday junior sweep 4 HoleGregor Bichan. 27-20-9Joe Moar. 30-20-10Mason Budge. 31-18-13Ewan Rae. 30-16-14Einar Sutherland 36-20-169 HoleStanley McKinlay. 49-15-34Aiden Schinkel. 50-15-35James Hamilton. 50-14-36Innes Dufort. 56-20-36Kellan McAlister. 51-12-39Matthew Gray. 72-20-5218 HoleFelix Myers. 85-15-70 Dagan Edwardson 108-16-92Well played everyone ⛳️⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Draw for Saturday junior Sweep18 Hole Felix Myers. Tee offDagan Edwardson. 2pm9 HoleStanley McKinlay Tee offJames Hamilton. 2:15pmMatthew Gray Aiden Schinkel. Tee off Innes Dufort. 2:30pm Kellan McAlister 4 Hole Ewan Rae. Tee off Gregor Bichan. 2:30pmEinar Sutherland Mason budge. Tee off Joe Moar. 2:40pm⛳️⛳️⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi juniors This weekend sweep will be played on Saturday afternoon sorry for the late notice. Can I have names in before 6 o’clock Friday thanks. ⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi allGolf coaching will start on Monday 6th May times of first Group 5:30-615 second Group 6:30-715. If you could reply with name and what Group you would like so we can sort things out. ⛳️⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Another windy day for the juniors 💨💨Results from the April Medal 4 Full HoleOwen Small 30-20-10 winner on count back.Mason Budge 30-20-10 second Ewan Rae 29-18-11 third Gregor Bichan 34-20-14Joe Moar 39-20-19Leah Thomson 54-20-349 HoleKellan McAlister 50-12-38 winner on count back.Stanley McKinlay 53-15-38 second Woody Monkman 52-12-40 third Matthew Gray 61-20-41Innes Dufort 64-20-44James Hamilton 60-14-46Aiden Schinkel 68-15-5318 HoleGeorge Leonard 98-31-67 winnerFelix Myers 84-16-68 second Well done everyone and the makers ⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Sundays Draw for the junior April Medal 18 Hole Felix Myers. Tee Off George Leonard. 10am9 HoleJames Hamilton. Tee OffStanley McKinlay. 10:15amMatthew Gray. Tee OffInnes Dufort. 10:25amAiden Schinkel. Tee OffWoody Monkman. 10:35amKellan McAlister Full 4 HoleLeah Thomson. Tee OffGregor Bichan. 11amJoe Moar Ewan Rae. Tee OffMason budge. 11:10amOwen Small ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi juniors We will be playing the April Medal this Sunday 14th.Names in before Friday 6pm.⛳️⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Results from the the first junior sweep in very windy conditions. 💨💨⛳️⛳️Club Golf Leah Thomson 29-14-15Joe Moar 29-12-174 HoleEwan Rae 28-20-8 Einar Sutherland 45-20-25Owen Small 46-20-269HoleWoody Monkman 46-13-33Innes Dufort 65-20-45James Hamilton 61-14-47Matthew Gray 74-20-5418HoleFelix Myers 97-15-82Ian Moar 98-14-84Dagan Edwardson 103-15-88 ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi Juniors The draw for the first sweep of the year.Club golf Joe Moar. Tee off Leah Thomson. 11am4hole Ewan Rae. Tee OffOwen small. 11:15amEinar Sutherland 9 HoleInnes Dufort. Tee offWoody Monkman. 10:15James Hamilton. 10:25Matthew Gray18 HoleDagan Edwardson. Tee OffFindlay Waters. 12:20Ian Moar. Tee offFelix Myers. 12:30 If there are any problems with Tee Off times please get back to me. ⛳️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi all junior golfers it’s that time of year the first competition is on Sunday the 7th April .Can I have names in for Friday 6pm.Please message with your child’s name and what group they want to play in eg club golf, 4hole, 9hole and 18hole. Competitions will cost as follows £2 for sweeps£2 Medals £3 All Open competitions ... See MoreSee Less
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Afternoon in the practice shed at Orkney golf club. Nice to see some new face’s thanks to Stuart Thomson Stu Slater for helping. ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi juniors,I’m very excited to say, it’s time to hunt out your golf clubs and dust off the cobwebs because it’s that time of year again.THIS SUNDAY (3rd March) from 2-4pm we will be having a open practice in The Shed for all juniors. We will look forward to seeing your familiar faces and if you know of someone who might be keen on starting, new faces are welcome to come along too. ⛳️ We will have coaches there on hand to help assist you in trying golf clubs and also with any questions you may have.The Sky Track will also be set up where we will be holding a ‘Longest drive’ competition. Looking forward to seeing you all. Again, any questions please get in touch.Cheers, Wayne JC. ⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi everyone we have some good news for the Orkney junior golf 6s team have made the shortlist of finalists for young team of the year. Well done 👏 🤞👏🤞🏌🏻‍♂️⛳️. ... See MoreSee Less
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Sorry there will be no coaching tonight we are working on a program for coaching over the winter in the indoor shed. So we hope to have a post up soon 🏌🏻‍♂️🏌️🏌️‍♀️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Wow. What an amazing weekend.Last month Orkney golf club juniors qualified for the golf 6s Nationals, which was played today, Sunday 1st.Our juniors made the long trip to Dunning golf club (via a rather rocky boat trip on Friday) where the finals were taking place.Today, against 6 other teams our juniors played some of their best golf - battling out against the other teams to try and claim a prize.We are so extremely proud to say our juniors Gregor, Kellan, James, Lewis Ewan and Woody came in with a score of 129 points making them rank in at 🎉 THIRD PLACE 🎉 We could not of made this trip if it hadn’t of been for your generous lot backing the juniors with such support.It’s been a wonderful experience for our juniors and they’ve come away with memory’s that will last them a lifetime. I’d like to personally thank the following business for their donations: Sutherlands, Sea Orkney, Highland Park, Houstons, Orkney street food, Rendalls, Heat orkney, Adam Stanger, R. Budge, Orkney builders, Williamson Butchers, S Patersons,Billy Elliot and all those that entered the raffle. Along with friends and family members all contributing too we have been overwhelmed with your support.Once again, thanks to all those that went away with the juniors too. Congratulations to Swanston golf who came 1st. Here is our THIRD PLACE winners! 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉 ... See MoreSee Less
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We have arrived at dunning golf club for the golf 6s Scottish National final. ... See MoreSee Less
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The 6 finalists to play it out at Dunning golf course on the 1st October. Scottish Golf Orkney Golf Club Royal Dornoch Golf Club Swanston Golf Club Scotscraig Golf Club Kirkhill Golf Course The Irvine Golf Club ... See MoreSee Less
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Results from the Sheila fleet cupClub golf Einar Sutherland 25-13=12 1st NettOwen Small 25-9=14Leah Thomson 30-14=16Mason budge 25-12=12 Gross winnerHarper Allan 36-18=18Joe Moar 31-12=194Hole Matthew Gray 29-20=9 1st NettInnes Dufort 30-15=15Reilly McKinlay 35-20=15Erlend Harcus 25-14=11 Gross winnerEvie Harcus 32-17=159HoleWoody Monkman 50-13=37 1st NettLewis Peace 57-20=37Stanley McKinlay 56-15=41Kellan McAlister 47-10=37 Gross winnerAiden Schinkel 58-14=44James Hamilton 60-14=4618 Hole George Leonard 104-33-71 1st NettCallum Lycett 108-12=96 Would like to thank all the markers that went around with the kids and a big thank you to Martin Fleet for his kind sponsorship. 🏌️‍♀️🏌🏻‍♂️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi juniors can I ask you to have a look around your house to see if you have any trophies to hand back for engraving plz. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Draw for the Sheila fleet cup.18 HoleFelix Myers. Tee Off Callum Lycett. 9:20amGeorge Leonard 9 HoleAiden Schinkel. Tee OffStanley McKinlay. 10:15amLewis Peace Woody Monkman. Tee OffJames Hamilton. 10:25Kellan McAlister 4 HoleInnes Dufort. Tee OffMatthew Gray. 10:55amErlend Harcus Evie Harcus Gregor Bichan. Tee OffEwan Rae. 10:45amReilly McKinlay Club Golf Joe Moar. Tee OffLeah Thomson. 11amOwen Small Harper Allan. Tee Off. 11:10amEinar Sutherland Mason Budge ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi juniors This Sunday 24th we will have the Sheila fleet cup. 18hole golfers will tee off 9:30ish9 hole tee off 10:30ish4hole tee off 11ishClub golf tee off 11:30ishCould I have names in before Friday evening so can do draw early Saturday.Entry £3 🏌️‍♀️⛳️🏌🏻‍♂️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi juniors,No coaching tonight (18th) for obvious reasons 🌧🌧. Please share. ... See MoreSee Less
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And we have done it Orkney junior golf club have came second and qualified for the nationals now 😁😁😁🏌🏻‍♂️⛳️🏌️‍♀️NorthLink FerriesOrkney Islands Junior Golf PartnershipSheila Fleet JewelleryOrkney Golf ClubGolfSixesPaul Lawrie Golf Centre ... See MoreSee Less
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And we are of the 6 juniors that are competing in the golf 6s at Paul lawrie golf centre in Aberdeen.Would like to thank Martin from Sheila fleet, Northlink and Orkney Golf Club for there kind sponsorship. NorthLink FerriesSheila Fleet JewelleryOrkney Golf ClubOrkney Golf Club Junior SectionOrkney Islands Junior Golf Partnership ... See MoreSee Less
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Sundays results of the sweepIn the 18 hole Callum Lycett won with a 79-13-66George Leonard. 108-33-75In the 9 holeAiden Schinkel won with a 46-16-30Kellan McAlister. 56-9-47In the 4 hole Evie Harcus. Won with a 30-20-10Ewan Rae. 31-20-11Gregor Bichan. 32-20-12Erlend Harcus 31-13-18Reilly McKinlay. 40-20-20Club golfEinar Sutherland won with a 25-16-9Mason budge. 25-12-13Matthew Gray. 28-13-15Joe Moar. 30-11-19 ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi everyone There will be no junior coaching tonight sorry for the late post 😬 ... See MoreSee Less
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Sunday 3rd September sweep draw18 HoleCallum lycett Tee off 1pmGeorge Leonard 9 HoleAiden Schinkel Tee off 1:30pmAlie GroundwaterKellan McAlister 4Hole Reilly McKinlay Tee off 2:15pmGregor Bichan Ewan Rae Innes Dufort Tee off 2:30pmEvie Harcus Erlend Harcus Club golf Mason budge Tee off 3pmMatthew Gray Owen Small Joe Moar. Tee off 3pmEinar Sutherland ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi juniors This weekend was meant to be the Shelia Fleet cups but unfortunately has been postponed till the 24th September.So this Sunday the 3rd we will have a sweep so if I could get names in Friday 6pm.The 18 hole will start at 1ish and 9 hole 2ish with club golf 3ish 🏌🏻‍♂️⛳️🏌️‍♀️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Hi everyone I have just reserved a email congratulating the Orkney golf club junior section for winning the Golf 6s 👏👏👏And now have been invited to Paul Lawrie golf centre in Aberdeen on the 10th September to compete against Montrose,Carnoustie,Inverurie,Aboyne,Keith and still waiting for 2 from the highlands🏌🏻‍♂️🏌️‍♀️⛳️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Times and Groups for Roving Pro Saturday 26th£2Group 1 time 3:30pmMason Budge Ewan Rae Evie Harcus Erlend Harcus Joe MoarEinar Sutherland Owen Small Leah Thomson Group 2 time 4:30pmJames Hamilton Kellan McAlister Woody MonkmanGeorge Leonard Aiden Schinkel Alie Groundwater Matthew GrayLewis Peace ... See MoreSee Less
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