There has been a magnificent uptake on our request for our members to register with LGA VMS which will be our platform for event entry this year. As of last night, 150 members now have access to the LGA site and once our events go live will be able to enter online with contactless payment.
For those who wish to be added, please email your Name, Home Club. CDH number and Date of Birth to :firstname.lastname@example.org as its the only way you can enter LGA events this year.
Once you’ve registered the following guide will help you find us – Link
Welcome to the 2021 golfing season from all at Lanarkshire Golf Association.
With recent positive changes around Covid restrictions, dare we say there seems to be finally light at the end of the pandemic tunnel.
As ever, the Association have planned a full calendar of events, ranging from individual stroke and matchplay competitions to the much anticipated return of our leagues for all sections, so keep your eyes on our social media sites, and your own club notice boards for more and when you can, enjoy your golf.
LGA.COM Goes Live
With the help of Scottish Golf and their VMS team we are delighted to now have a “live” web page where all LGA news and events will be hosted. Along with our social media platforms: @Lanarkshiregolf.com and our Facebook page; Lanarkshire Golf our aim is to keep all our members and clubs fully updated on all things golf in the county.
Our own events will be accessed via the Scottish Golf App so please make sure you are registered before the events go live. All the info is available at SG APP
If you have, or know of any noteworthy LGA golf related news please feel free to pass this onto email@example.com and we will make sure its published to promote the achievements of our golfers.
Not long now to we publish our events calendar for 2021 which, now that Covid restrictions are being eased, as long as we all continue to keep safe all our events will progress as planned.
All team managers now have their league packs and should be good to go from next week when the first scheduled matches in the Gents leagues will ‘tee off”.
As ever we couldn’t hold any events without the magnificent support of our member clubs, and this year is no exception so here’s hoping to much more golf and a lot less lockdown from now on.
2021 Order of Merits
With a varied selection of Association and Member club events, we are sure that there will something in the calendar for all skill levels and, even if your game isn’t quite on point, at least it will be chance to catch up with old friends after a very challenging time over the last year or so, however, no hugging just yet.
Gents Order of Merit
This year our Gents OOM has been expanded to 10 events with a mixture of 18 and 36 hole competitions and, along with a new points system and increased prize fund its all to play for in 2021.
Once again this year we have a packed calendar for our junior members, with an OOM consisting of both LGA and club events all culminating in our finals days at Drumpellier GC in August before the schools return.
Teeing off our County Championships for 2021, will be our seniors (over 50 years) who will test their skills at Strathaven Golf Club on 31st May, where no doubt they will find the course in its usual pristine condition. Entry details to follow.
This year our junior golfers have the very challenging Easter Moffat Golf Club as the host venue for their championships, with the strokeplay for the Scratch and Handicap championships being held on 19th July, and the qualifiers moving onto the Matchplay starting on the 20th July
Gents County Championships
This year we are sure to see a complete field as the best players in the county will have the truly outstanding Lanark Golf Club and course as the venue for the Gents County Championships, starting on Sunday 1st August with the Strokeplay, and then over the course of the following week the qualifiers will try and wrestle the matchplay crown away from the reigning champion, Dominic Dougan of Airdrie Golf Club. A course that will test every factette of their game, ever player will will need to be at the top of their form to end the day as the County Champion.
This year sees the much anticipated return of the Youths championships as a stand alone stroke play event. The best youths, and top juniors will take on the challenge of current gents division one champions home course at Airdrie Golf club.