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Scottish Ladies' Golfing Association Limited

Registered Office:
Caledonia House
1 Redheughs Rigg
South Gyle
Edinburgh
EH12 9DQ

Place of Registration:
Scotland

Company No: 308709

Tel No: 0131 339 3987  

Connie Continues Consistent Form
Connie Jaffrey (The Ladies Golf Club Troon) continued her good start to the season, after finishing third in the Irish Under 18's just two weeks ago, Connie reached the quarter finals of the French Under 21 Open Amateur Championship at St Cloud over the weekend.
Team Announcement

Helen Holm Scottish Open Strokeplay Championship 25-27 April 2014

Alyson McKechin (Elderslie) and Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm)

Reserve; Lauren Whyte (St Regulus)

Helen Holm Attacts International Field-Home Players Target Curtis Cup

The Curtis Cup at St Louis Country Club is just weeks away and the battle for places heats up at the Helen Holm Scottish Open Strokeplay Championship at Troon from April 25-27.

It is 12 years since the prestigious event had a home winner - Heather Stirling in 2002 - but this year's strong Scottish line-up includes Scottish Champion Alyson McKechin (Elderslie), the 2013 SLGA Order of Merit winner, Eilidh Briggs (Kilmacolm) and a host of up and coming youngsters.

Connie Jaffrey, the SLGA's 2013 Girls' Order of Merit and Scottish Girls' Champion, is a Troon member and will be sure to gain the local support.

McKechin came close to ending the long home drought last year when she finished joint second behind English winner, Olivia Winning - and it catapulted the Renfrewshire player towards success in the "Scottish" the following month at Longniddry.

The Championship has attracted players from all around the globe - Venezuela, Switzerland, Germany, France, Slovenia - but the GB and Ireland players will be desperate to claim the trophy and stake a claim in the eight strong squad that will be determined to emulate the famous 2012 victory at Nairn and stage a successful defence of the Curtis Cup from June 6-8.

Among the home nation stars are Alex Peters (Notts Ladies), who topped the 2013 English Order of Merit, while Wales' Chloe Williams is one of the back markers with a +3.7 handicap.

From Ireland Olivia Mehaffey arrives at Troon fresh from a successful defence of the Irish Under 18 Open Championship, while 15 year old Julie McCarthy is back in Scotland just a couple of weeks after she won the SLGA's Under 16 Open Stroke Play Championship at Strathmore. 

 

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