Latest News at the Club
Eyemouth Golf Club is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Heggie as Head Greenkeeper with effect from 21 April 2014. Brian hails from Dundee and has previous experience at St Andrew Links, Auchterarder and Piperdam Golf Clubs. We wish him well in his new post.
Great turnout with 39 teams on a beautiful day in Eyemouth. The winners with a nett score of 58.1 were Andrew Brown, Longniddry; Alan Dillon Longniddry; Michael Curran, Royal Musselburgh; Owen Thomas, Innerleithen. Full results attached.OPEN Texas Scramble 19 Apr 2014 Results
Freedom of the Fairways golfers have voted Eyemouth Golf Club as their 2013 'Friendliest Golf Course' to visit in the Scottish Borders. Thank you, FoF golfers we treasure your views and look forward to welcoming many of you back again during 2014. If you are new to the FoF scheme and are wondering where to use your Golf Passports then we would be delighted to see you. We would also like to congratulate Hawick GC, St Boswells GC and Innerleithen GC on there success in featuring among the winners. Mel Lockett (Club Captain).
Sat 4 April 2014. Eyemouth Gents (Ian Scott, Chris Colvine, Euan Mitchell, Steven Jappy and Mark Collin) lost at the first sudden death hole after a 2.5 to 2.5 draw against Gifford GC.
Sat 4 April 2014. Eyemouth Ladies, (Jo Rowley, Margaret McMurchie, Margaret Horwood, Susan Martin and Mary Gibson) had a convincing 3.5 to 1.5 victory over Dirleton Castle Ladies in the Mail on Sunday competition and now progress to the next round. Well done ladies.
We have introduced a series of Flexible Memberships that we hope will cover most situations.
- Summer Membership;
- Summer Membership (Pro-Rata monthly payment);
- Holidaymakers package (5 round, 5 Day, 10 round, 10 Day);
- OPEN DAY Special, 12 April 2014. 50% off Summer Membership;
- 12 Month rolling Membership.
A great night at the Clubhouse. Thanks to all those who sponsored a race, bought a horse and especially those who turned up on the night for without you the night would not have been such a success. Picnics, classy looking ladies, ownership of horses, Tote betting and no skill required to win, (which is probably why most people won something!!). Valuable funds raised for the Club which will be appreciated by all those who did not attend.
Wow. 260 golfers played in the Eyemouth Winter Festival week-end over Sat 15 March (Stableford) and Sunday 16 March (Medal) when Eyemouth really showed its teeth. Get this, only one golfer played to par over the whole week-end. Tom Gillie in the Stableford on Saturday had 36 points. Early start and great result. All the rest were blown away. Whilst the course was in great condition and attracted many compliments the wind was really fierce and tested everyone to the utmost. Mark Collin the Eyemouth Club Champion came out tops with the best Scratch score on each day but even he off +1 could only manage a gross 78 on Sunday. A true test of golf and in particular coping with the elements. Many thanks to all who entered and well done to all who completed their rounds, an achievement in itself. A great and successful week-end. Please come back next year and try again.