All members should now take note that each week a report is send to the Sports Reporter for publishing in the Berwickshire News which hits the news stands every Thursday.
It is just a short review of the previous weeks golf and upcoming competitions, so if you have done well get yourself a copy and you may even see your name in the sports section of the paper.
If anyone has any interesting photos from the course please send them to email@example.com and we may use them in the reports
This weekend saw a large field enter the January Medal
and in such great conditions it was expected that the scores would be high
in the end the winners
81 - 14c = 67
85 - 17c = 68
76 - 7c = 69
Well done to all and again what a tough battle with only 3 points between 19 players ,lets hope for more like this in 2019
2018 A GREAT YEAR FOR EYEMOUTH GOLF CLUB
With 2019 calling and with most aspects of the Club growing and improving throughout the past year ,with the reintroduction of the Children's Coaching during school holidays
.the Ladies doing well
in the Daily Mail Foursomes getting into round 7, the Mens team reaching finals day
in the Borders League .Head Green-Keeper Keith Burgon winning
the South of Scotland Patrons award from BIGGA. And just to finish the year off David s Dougal gets a hole in one on the sixth hole. T
he Eyemouth Seniors Team
are also going from strength to strength with more new faces in the team this year and more new courses on next years fixtures all thanks to Bill Wallace Seniors Captain
all things taken into account a great year for us all to start building the future success of our club going forward with heads held high.
THE COMMITTEE WOULD LIKE TO WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
and look forward to seeing you all back on the course soon
In the 5th round of the Winter League on a cold and fresh winter morning DAVID S DOUGAL sinks a hole in 1 over the sea on the 6th hole.
well done DAVID
David Drysdale made a valiant push toward the winner's circle but settled for second place at the Alfred Dunhill Championship after a 5-under-par 32-35=67 to end his week on 12-under 276, two shots behind the winner David Lipsky.
The Scot was entering the week fresh off a WD at the South African Open due to an arm injury. At the same time we knew he was comfortable at Leopard Creek as he said this in 2016, "It’s a fantastic golf course – one of my favourites. It’s one of the first events I pencil in for my season every year. I love coming down here. The course is amazing. It’s such a good golf course, I think every aspect of your game is tested." Despite the renovations, Drysdale still appears to be fond of Leopard Creek. He capped off his week with just seven bogeys and nothing worse (19 birdies). Drysdale added that 19th birdie at the closing hole to apply some extra pressure to Lipsky who still had two holes to play at the time and was just coming off a double bogey at the 16th. In 471 career starts, Drysdale now has nine podium finishes, three of them being runner-up finishes. He may be taking the scenic route but the 43-year-old is still searching for his way to the winner's circle.
come on David all at Eyemouth Golf Club are shouting for you.
All Golfers please take not .The date for the competition has been changed and the date is now Sunday the 23rd Dec 2018
all and have a great Christmas
Eyemouth Golf Club would like to extend a huge well done and congratulations
to our very own Head Green keeper
Keith Burgon Has Just won an Award for the South of Scotland from B.I.G.G.A
We think you will all agree it is a well deserved win , Keith and his team have had to deal with all extremes of the weather spectrum over the past few years but nothing fazed them and they still kept the course open and in perfect condition.
and thanks for the hard work
It is great to see David
get his 2018/19 season off to the start required, after a final round of 66 in the seasons opener to return 10 under in the Hong Kong Open.
After the thrilling battle that David was involved in at the end of last season to retain his tour card we are pleased to report a superb 5th place in the Hong Kong Open
as he kicks his season off in style.
from all at Eyemouth Golf Club
we all support you
Members are reminded that this weekend Sunday 18th November
will see the return of the Winter League Round 2
If you have not yet got a Tee off time contact the Pro Shop.
This Sunday will see the return of the British Legion Cup
timed to coincide with the Remembrance Sunday
on this the 100th Anniversary of the end of the great war.
With this in mind we will sound a horn at the hour of 11 and we would be grateful if everyone on the course would stop for a minutes silence and remember before returning to play.
All members are reminded that the draw will be done on Friday and posted thereafter.