Inter Club League Update

Congratulations to Dunblane New, Grangemouth and Glenbervie who have all qualified for this years semi-finals at Falkirk Golf Club on the 3rd of September. Glenbervie have won the Belhaven Black League with the runner up still to be decided. Grangemouth and Dunblane New both still have a game to play however the only decision still to be made is who will win the Belhaven Best League and who will be runner up.

Please see updated league tables below.

Belhaven Best League 2017

Belhaven Black League 2017

Player Performance Belhaven Best League 2017

Player Performance Belhaven Black League 2017

Inter Club League Update

Due to the withdrawal of Bridge of Allan Golf Club from the Inter Club League a decision was taken to move Falkirk Tryst from the Belhaven Best League to the Belhaven Black League. The decision was take only because Falkirk Tryst had not played any matches, and to even up the leagues at 4 teams in each league.

Please see below updated league tables.

Belhaven Best League 2017

Belhaven Black League 2017

Player Performance Belhaven Best League 2017

Player Performance Belhaven Black League 2017

Inter Club Leagues Under Way

The first round of Inter Club League Matches took place over the last few days. Excellent starts for Dunblane New who beat Grangemouth 6 – 2 at Dunblane on Sunday, Stirling who defeated defending champions Glenbervie by the same score at Stirling on Monday evening and Falkirk who defeated Bridge of Allan by 7.5 – 0.5 at Falkirk last night Tuesday. Kilsyth Lennox and Falkirk Tryst were supposed to play at Kilsyth, however the game never took place.

Please see below league tables and player performance tables after week 1.

Belhaven Best League 2017

Belhaven Black League 2017

Player Performance Belhaven Best League 2017

Player Performance Belhaven Black League 2017

Inter Club League Finals Day

The Inter Club Leagues came to a conclusion on Sunday 6th September 2015 at Grangemouth Golf Club. With perfect weather and a course presented in excellent condition the scene was set for a fantastic days golf. The first semi final between Grangemouth (winners of the Belhaven Best League) and Falkirk (Runners up in the Belhaven Black League) was a really closely fought contest with all matches remaining pretty tight. Falkirk eventually coming out on top winning 5 – 3.

The second semi final between Glenbervie (winners of the Belhaven Black League) playing Stirling (runners up in the Belhaven Best League) was even closer with a result of 4 – 4. This match went into extra holes with the first player from each club playing a sudden death play off. Fraser Moore from Glenbervie won the first extra hole with a par 4 to Chris Lawton from Stirling bogey 5.

After the semi finals had teed off the consolation cup took place with all other teams from the league invited to send 2 players along to play 4 ball better ball. This trophy was won by Bonnybridge Golf Club.

Pat Quinn from Bridge of Allan aced his tee shot at the 15th hole.

The final between Glenbervie and Falkirk got under way and again most matches were pretty close. Glenbervie eventually coming out on top winning 5 – 3.

This is the second year of the leagues in this format and once again proved to be a tremendous success.

Congratulations to Glenbervie on winning the league for the second time, to Bonnybridge winning the consolation cup and to all the players who won their team player of the year trophies.

Thanks to sponsors Belhaven and Grangemouth Golf Club for hosting this wonderful event.