Saturday 18th July 2015
The US Masters Texas scramble is run across 24 Scottish Golf Courses and consists of a Texas scramble competition with 4 ball teams. The winner of the competition run at Balfron (and the other 23 competitions) will then compete in a final at Pumpherston Golf club. The winning 4 ball team at Pumpherston win the incredible prize of a trip to the US masters in Augusta.
If you would like to enter a team, please complete the attached form. Balfron members can also enter via the computer booking system. Individuals who want to participate can also apply and the committee shall try and make teams of 4 from individual entrants. Team members can be changed on the lead up to the tournament, this competition is open to Ladies and Gents and mixed teams are welcome.
The entry fee is £20 per head (£80 per team). You will get a bacon Roll and a coffee on arrival and a burger and a beer/ soft drink after your round. There will be excellent spot prizes (nearest pin, straightest drive etc), a bar and lots of other incentives on the day.
Have a look at the competition details here
Download the entry form
The fixture list for the coming season has been updated today – so update your own diary without delay.
Winners – Alan & Isobel Robertson
Runners Up – Christie Wilson & Betty Willder
Nearest the pin at the 6th David & Liz Wylie
Nearest the pin (in two) at the 12th – Dave & Wendy Barrett
Played on the 3rd of may, results were very close all teams scoring 49 points separated on count back:-
Winners – Paul Curran / Robin Crawford / James Hopes
Runners up – John Morrison / Frank Walker / Jimmy Colquhoun
Third – Anthony Davey / Eda Davey / Joan Walker
Come and meet up with some committee members and other members for a few holes – meet at the clubhouse at 2pm – all members welcome new and old.
Go to the fixtures page and make space in your diary.
Saturday/Sunday 23rd/24th November
Winner- Brian Keenan – £22 (50pts) best back nine
Runner up – Derek Poole – £14 (50 Pts)
Third place – Frank Conboy
Total of 18 entries. Prize money- £36
Please note if enough competitions are played over the winter season we may organise a “finals day” in March with the top three from each competition qualifying.