4 November 2017


The Committee is reviewing the way  we pay for our Subscriptions and Meetings.  Many Clubs  now ask that we pay a higher green fee, so there will be changes for 2018.  Can  we ask you, please, not to pay for any Meetings or Subs until the new system is in place.  We hope to have everything finalised by the end of the year.  The Fixture lists will be  distributed in January, as usual, in the meantime the venues and dates  for 2018 are on the left hand side of the Blog.

18 October 2017


Fiona de Vries, Midland Vets Champion 2017 receives the  Championship Trophy from Lizee McGraw
The AGM was held at Glenbervie Golf Club today with forty nine ladies in attendance. Captain Lizee McGraw gave a  full and humorous report on the year's activities with special thanks to  Treasurer Meriel Walker, retiring after 3 years, and to Anne Wilson, retiring as representative for Fife.  Ladybank member Joan Prentice has offered to take on  position of Treasurer,  and Linda McDonald was elected as representative for Fife.  

Lizee handed over proceedings to  the new Captain, Lorna Bennett, who introduced her Vice-Captain, Margaret Tough. Following  close of business,  Lorna invited Lizee to present  the Trophies and Vouchers.  Proceedings were rounded off by the  Midland Vets 2017 Champion, Fiona de Vries who gave a hearty Vote of Thanks, saying how much she enjoyed the camaraderie  and  fun at  all Vets  Meetings.
Eleanor Arkley,
winner of  the Allan Trophy and Captain's Prize

Norma Kerr,  winner of the Donaldson Quaich
Mary Thomson, winner of the Senior Vets Trophy

Prizes presentation team, Meriel Walker,  retiring  after 3 years as Treasurer,  and  committee member, Lyn Fleming

11 October 2017


Just a quick reminder that the AGM will be held at Glenbervie Golf Club on Wednesday 18th October at 11.30am, followed by prize-giving and lunch. The cost is £14.00 and you can pay on-line or advise the Secretary that you will pay on the day.
The 2016 AGM Minutes can be found in the right hand column on the Blog.
* Please advise of any special dietary requirements (e.g. vegetarian,  gluten-free, etc)   Thanks!

6 October 2017


The Senior Women's Home Internationals  ended yesterday with Scotland "winning" the wooden spoon.  A draw with Wales on the last day  meant that Wales finished with a slightly better "games won" column, 9 to Scotland's 8.5, edging Scotland into last place.

The title-deciding match between Ireland and England was all square after the foursomes but wins by Gertie McMullen, Sheena McElroy and Laura Webb in the singles gave the Irish a 4.5-3.5 victory, ending England's bid for a fourth title in a row.
1   Ireland 3pts
2   England 2pts
3   Wales 0.5pts       (games won 9)
4   Scotland 0.5pts   (games won 8.5)