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Prize Winners: Scratch Venetia Scott & Robbie Hardie (76 Last 6)(Torwoodlee/Lauder); Nearest the pin at 6th Janice Whiteford (Melrose); 15th Vinny Verma (Hollandbush) & Nearest the pin in 2 at the 18th Janet Brown & Ian Scott (Melrose/Lauder).
Least number of putts on the green Annette Holton & Paul Wardell (Melrose).

We had competitors from Machrihanish to Workington and everywhere in between. Thank you very much for supporting this event and we look forward to seeing as many of you again next year.

Club Champions 2017
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A successful weekend for our 2017 Club Championship participants – Jimmy Bell, Carolyn Campbell, Mary Fallas, Annette Holton, Andrew Kay, Dot Robinson & Alan Thomson

TT Sanderson Team Competition

T T Sanderson won 9 Border Championships and 15 Peebles Championships. His memory is celebrated by an annual trophy match with all the Border Clubs invited to send a team of 6 to play for the Trophy. This competition is different from the usual competition, it caters for all golfers. The teams are made up of two low, two middle and two high handicappers. Scoring is stableford and the sum of the 6 scores is added, to give a winner. Melrose, Hawick, Peebles, Kelso, Jedburgh, Innerleithen, The Hirsel, Galashiels. Torwoodlee, Langholm, Cardrona and Gala Bakers are all former winners.
This year 7 clubs answered the call and it is hoped that next year the entry can be doubled.
The Lauder team of SHANE PATON, JIMMY GILLIE, KENNY GILLAN, LEE MANDERSON, GRANT ROBSON and DOUGIE BAIN were 2nd on 191 pts.
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Musselburgh Quaich Result 2017
After a season of tuition it was time for the Juniors to show what they were made of by guiding an adult around the course in the Musselburgh Quaich. The conditions were not ideal for this 9 hole Junior/Adult 2 ball foursomes as it was a rather windy Saturday afternoon  but all returned to the clubhouse dry and Safe oot and safe in!!!

The winner of the Musselburgh Quaich with a net score of 30.5 was Lewis Jeffs & Keith Robertson, closely followed by Colin Peters & Ian Scott on 31 and Cammy Robertson & Shane Paton 33.

Lauder Golf Club would like to thank all juniors who have turned up for the events over summer months along with family support and look forward to seeing the next generation of golfers keep Lauder thriving on the golf circuit.

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Latest News from Lauder

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Cameron & Ewen on the 4th green under the watchful eye of one of our Coaching Helpers.

Now the school holidays are over junior golf Monday night will come to an end with the Last Monday being 28th August. Thank you to all the Juniors that took part and the helpers for the effort and dedication in making the Junior section a success. We hope the Juniors can squeeze golf in between football and Rugby coaching over the winter and remember Golf is a winter sport as well.
Yours in Golf
Junior Organiser

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June Medal Sponsors
Marmions Brasserie, Melrose
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July Medal Sponsors
Orchard Timber Products
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We now have a new bench seat at the clubhouse kindly donated by Kenny Gillan & Grant Robson – many thanks.
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Junior Golf
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Lauder GC and StBoswells GC hosted the BorderLive try golf initiative at Earlston High School
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A brief History

Lauder Golf Course is a nine hole golf course played off 17 tees, visitors are permitted to play off the back tees; making Lauder one of the fairest tests of golf in ‘The Scottish Borders’. Situated on gently sloping parkland providing a real challenge to your game, combined with stunning views of the Lauderdale District with the rich history of a course founded in 1896 it makes for an excellent days golfing in The Scottish Borders. With feature holes like ‘The Wood’ and ‘The Quarry’, it will test low handicap golfers; as well as provide a good days golf for those of us with more shots to play with. The initial layout of the course was supervised by Mr. Willie Park, Jnr. British Open Champion in 1887 and 1889. The professional course record of 70 is held by him and this has stood since 1905. The club have a very active membership which is drawn from all parts of the Borders and Edinburgh area, visitors are very welcome to accept our unique ‘Borders Hospitality’.

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