Club Championship Week - 10th to 16th June 2019

The Club Championships will be played on the following dates.

Monday 10th June -        Gents A - 16:00 - 17:03

                                              Gents B - 17:12 - 18:15

Tuesday 11th June -        Gents C - 16:27 - 16:54

                                              Ladies A - 17:03 - 17:30

                                              Ladies B - 17:39 - 18:06

Wednesday 12th June   Gents A - 16:45 - 17:12

                                              Gents B - 17:21 - 17:48

Thursday 13th June        Ladies A -  16:45 - 16:54

                                              Ladies B - 17:03 - 17:12

Friday 14th June               Gents A - 16:54 - 17:03

                                              Gents B - 17:12 - 17:21

                                              Gents C - 17:30 - 17:39

Sunday 16th June            Gents A Final - 08:48 & 13:45

                                              Gents B Final - 08:57 & 13:54

                                              Gents C Final - 14:03

                                              Ladies A Final - 14:12

                                              Ladies B Final - 14:21

Double Success for Glen Ladies

Nancy Thorne and Ann Nimmo represented the Glen at the SGU Regional Medal Finals after qualifying last season as overall winners of the SGU silver and bronze medals played over the season.

They played on Friday 3rd May at Haddington and both came third in their respective divisions.  They will now go through to the Grand Final to be played on the Eden Course at St Andrews in June.  A fantastic double. 

Congratulations to Nancy and Ann and good luck for the final.

5 Year Fixed Wire Testing

We will be having electrical testing carried out on 8th and 9th May 2019, both in the clubhouse and the shop. This will cause some disruption to all services.

The kitchen will close at 3pm on 8th.

Credit card and till functions  may also be disrupted.

Please bear with us during this essential maintenance. 

Monthly Midweek Medal

The Monthly Midweek Medal is open to all members and the date is on both the Ladies and Gents Freetime calendar to serve as a  reminder. It is the second Tuesday of every month.

Booking is made through the starter.

Please indicate to the Starter that you are playing in the competition and ensure that your card is clearly marked with the name of the competition (Monthly Midweek Medal), date, current handicap and signed before returning.

The next competition is on 14th May and not 7th May as previously indicated on Freetime.

Marion Currie

Match Secretary


Glen Seniors Pairs Invitation Day - Wednesday 15th May 2019

There are spaces on the Glen Senior Invitation Day - the Greensome Stableford is open to all members over the age of 50.

Format - Greensome Stableford Event - Shotgun Start at 0900hrs

All players meet for tea/coffee and a bacon roll at 0800hrs

Draw for Shotgun will be made at 0815, teams drawn at the far end of the course will be offered a complimentary buggie.

At the conclusion of play players can enjoy a main course meal followed immediately by prize giving.

Entry Fee - £30 a couple (£28 for food & £2 towards sweep and prizes)

Nearest the pin at all Par 3 holes

Entries forms and more information from the starters.

Any Par 3 hole sponsor welcome !   


Notices have been placed on the main notice board, the Seniors notice board and the Ladies notice boards requesting volunteers for the  Scottish Open 10 - 14 July 2019 and Ladies Scottish Open 07 - 11 August 2019.

Each volunteer attending for 3 days or more will receive a Callaway jacket, 2 Polo shirts and a golf cap as well as a daily voucher for use a the public catering outlets in the Championship village.  In addition, the Renaissance will invite those volunteers to play a round in a Volunteer Invitation Day this autumn.     


Essential Hollow Coring Underway

On Monday the 25 March the Spring hollow coring will commence. This essential maintenance will help the greens drain more freely and reduce organic matter thus creating firmer, disease free surfaces for the remainder of the season. The process involves creating core holes of 8mm in diameter and 25mm in depth. The content or cores are then lifted, the greens seeded and topdressed. The work usually takes one week start to finish, weather permitting. Ideally, warmer temperatures and just a little moisture helps to speed recovery. This work is best undertaken in the Spring in order to present good quality greens during the rest of the season. Sorry for the inconvenience, but it is in a good cause.