New Galloway Golf Club has an friendly, active Ladies section.
We welcome new members whether you are a complete beginner, a ‘returner’ or a slick pro!
The Glenkens Salver (greensomes, Saturday 25th May 2024) and Muirhead Rosebowl (individual, Sat 10th August 2024) have been confirmed for this year and we’d love to see you here!
Please see these posters for entry details:
During the winter (September to March) we play in a social golf on Saturdays and Tuesdays. We meet up in time to tee off at 10.00 on Saturdays and 11.00 on Tuesdays. We sometimes vary times to suit the weather so please get in touch if you’d like to confirm tee times for a particular day.
We draw for playing order and usually go out groups of 2’s and 3’s.
In summer (March to September) we play on Wednesday mornings – though sometimes a few go out in the afternoon instead.
We draw for teeing order and start teeing off at 10.00.
We play monthly medals throughout the year – usually the first or second week in the month.
These are generally in the Max Score format to make them as beginner-friendly as possible.
Our published results can be found by members on Master Scoreboard. Contact Gill for the password.
Due to the World Handicap System we can no longer publish the handicap list here.
Rest assured we have a full range of proficiencies in our membership!
Maximum Score Rules
I’ve done a short summary of the specific rules that apply to this format. Click here to see them.
It seems to have been a long time since we played the 3 Club competition on New Year’s day. It was a great start to the year with a most convivial get together in the clubhouse. The weather was particularly kind to us where the forecast rain failed to turn up leaving us with bright skies. Congratulations to Guy Pumpr on scoring 29 Points, one point more from examination of his card. Ashley Turgoose came second with 28 and Sandy Harvie with 27 points. Next week will be the winter League with a draw at 9.30 by Wave and another draw at 12.00 by Sandy. Players are required to make out their own cards for the draws and place £3 in the envelopes in the changing room. Please do not seal the envelopes.
It was just a bit too dreich and blustery to entertain the thought of 18 long holes. Especially with the forecast so poor. So all six intrepid golfers headed out instead of a quick social sweep over 9 holes. It was windy and rainy all the way round. Fortunately, we’re all nails so there was hardly any whining to be heard. Mainly because we had so many layers of hats on. Nobody made it round blob-free. But a creditable three of us managed to hold it down to a single blip. On a few tees, the odd golfer was blown off-balance by the gusts. But we soldiered on… We scooted round at a fair lick and got back to the clubhouse to the delightful sight of fresh muffins courtesy of Gerry. How kind! Banana, maple syrup & walnut muffins still hot from the oven… On the drookit scorecards, it appeared to be a tie between Elena & me for top spot. Next week, we’ll try the medal again and hope the weather is kinder to us.