Week 15 saw 7 players taking part in on a lovely sunny morning. Poor scoring by Senior standards as no one over 40 points. The highest of the day was Lewis MacBean with 38 points followed by Stewart Taylor on 34. Full table at SENIORS
Week 14 and of the 11 golfers who took to the field 4 returned with over 40 points but none could match the 49 points of this week’s winner Charlie Macdonald. All change in the overall standings SENIORS.
Week 13 saw seven seniors take to the field and only Ken Malcolm returned with any glory with his winning 42 points. Jock Clark (37) and Charlie Macdonald (33) made up the top three places. To see how this affected the overall leaderboard click SENIORS.
Week 12 and only five seniors were mad enough to tackle the course in the heat of a hot summers day. The top score of 41 belonged to Mark Street with Kevin Taylor second with 39 and Charlie Macdonald third with 33. To see the overall standings click SENIORS.
Week 11 and 9 players took part in the senior’s usual Tuesday get together. Coming out on top with 44 points and extending the lead at top of table was Jock Clark, in second place was Bob Pattillo with 40 points and in 3rd place was Charlie Macdonald with 39 points which takes him into second place over Stewart Taylor in table. Click SENIORS for the full scoreboard.
Week 10 and with 10 players taking part, the windy conditions resulted in some poor scores by senior standards with Mark Street returning the top score of 40 points just ahead of Andy Fraser with 39 points. See how this affects the overall table click SENIORS.
Week 9 saw 10 players taking part in the weekly Seniors comp in very blustery conditions but that didn’t stop Lewis MacBean returning a magnificent round of 46 points with Mark Street runner up on 44 points. Slight change at top of leader board with Stewart Taylor replacing Charlie Macdonald in second place. Full league available by clicking SENIORS.
Week 8 and the seniors are back on home turf and back to the weekly business of the seniors competition. This weeks winner from the field of nine was Mark Street with 41 points just ahead of three with 40 points, Jock Clark, Charlie Macdonald and Charlie Edward. The overall standings can be seen by clicking SENIORS.
The Carrbridge Seniors were on the road again this week visiting Rothes for the third and final round of this year’s Tri Club Competition. Going into this round with 15 points advantage over Abernethy it was going to be close and with the fast challenging greens of Rothes Golf Club the title was up for grabs. After enjoying soup, sandwiches and good company the results were announced. Rothes 253, Carrbridge 242, Abernethy 240. Then the overall totals, Carrbridge 836, Abernethy 819 and Rothes 754. All of which means that Carrbridge Seniors are the Tri Club Champions again. Well done to all the seniors who helped secure this victory over the three rounds.
Week 7 and on a beautiful morning 9 of our senior golfers took to the course full of hope. Vince McLaughlin with a fine 43 saw his hope fulfilled with Mark Street (41) and Stewart Taylor (40) settling for second and third. To see the overall standings click SENIORS.
Round 2 of the Tri-Club Trophy saw Carrbridge Seniors welcoming the seniors from Rothes and Abernethy. Would home advantage be enough for Carrbridge to make up the deficit from the first round? Well the boys did the club proud, returning a collective total of 310 points and with Abernethy posting 274 points and Rothes 246 points the Carrbridge Seniors go into the final round at Rothes in a fortnight with a 15 point advantage. The totals stand at Carrbridge 594, Abernethy 579 and Rothes 501.
After the break for the inter club matches last week normal service was resumed and of the eight golfers in action it was Jock Clark who took the honours with 43 points from Stewart Taylor with 41 and Charlie Macdonald with 39. Click SENIORS to see the full league table.
This week the seniors took a break from the usual club competition to concentrate on inter-club competition. On Monday they welcomed the seniors from Kingussie to compete in the first leg of the battle for the Jackie Smith Trophy. After enduring wet and cold conditions both teams made it back to the clubhouse to enjoy refreshments before the score of 4 1/2 to 1 1/2 in favour of Carrbridge was announced. Return leg at Kingussie in September. Once they had dried out the seniors traveled to Abernethy on Tuesday to compete in the Tri-Club competition with Rothes and Abernethy. A hot sunny day and a well maintained course greeted the competitors and home advantage put Abernethy in the driving seat after round 1. The scores stand at Abernethy 305, Carrbridge 284 and Rothes 255. Carrbridge to host round 2 in two weeks.
Week 5 and in windy conditions 9 seniors battled their way around the course with mixed results but it was Ken Malcolm who blew the rest away with a mammoth 51 points. Jock Clark (43) and Charlie Edward (42) made up the top three. Click SENIORS for the overall standings.
Week 4 saw lots of good scores from the 10 seniors competing in the seniors competition. Half of the field scored 40 or more points but nobody scored more than Charlie Macdonald with 43, followed by Stewart Taylor (42) and Ken Malcolm (41) and Vince McLaughlin (41). Lots of movement on the overall leaderboard. Click SENIORS for the full story.
Week 3 and a good turn out of 12 players competed in chilly conditions. A winning total of 39 points secured the victory for Bill Baird just ahead of Ken Malcolm and Charlie Macdonald with 38 points. No change at the top of the leaderboard. SENIORS
Week 2 of the seniors league saw the sun shining and a new face make a winning start with a fine 48, well done Pete Banks. Second was Shaun Finney backing up last weeks 41 with another 41 to take the early lead overall. Click SENIORS to see the overall standings
After two weeks of weather delay the seniors were finally off and it is Ken Malcolm (43) who is making the early running with Shaun Finney (41) and Jock Clark (40) making up the top three. Click SENIORS for the league table.