We have the details of the course for the WORLD HANDICAP SYSTEM (WHS)- Click on the (W)orld (H)andicap (S)ystem tab or
Click Here for full details and HCP Index conversion Charts
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Coronavirus (Covid-19) update – W/C 7th June

Following the up-dated Scottish Golf Guidelines:

THE COURSE IS Still OPEN FOR MEMBERS ONLY.

STILL UNABLE TO ACCOMMODATE VISITORS and the Clubhouse is still CLOSED.

A MEMBER CAN BRING A GUEST

Tee times must still be pre-booked preferably by TEXT,
{it would be helpful to Ronnie to book the day before} and pre-paid.

The guidelines from Scottish Golf confirm that there
should be “no turn up and play allowed”

Click on the “COVID-19 RESTRICTIONs tab in the menu or Click Here For Updated Guidelines

KEEP SAFE

On behalf of the committee

2021 AGM was cancelled but read the newsletter sent HERE.

Course Layout and Hole Flyovers

Flyovers of all the holes
Courtesy of Border Drones
(A division of McBeth Photography) Check it out on the COURSE menu tab.

Latest News from Lauder

LEWIS STABLEFORD HOLES 10-18

LEWIS STABLEFORD HOLES 10-18

1ST   RON DICK               19 POINTS
2ND   LOUIS SCOTT        19 POINTS
3RD   RAY LEWIS             19 POINTS

 

 

 

GENTS MAY MEDAL

GENTS MAY MEDAL

1ST DOUGIE BAIN 63
2ND BRIAN HUNTER 67
3RD JAMES BROTHERSTON 67

LADIES MAY MEDAL

LADIES MAY MEDAL

1ST KATIE NELSON 69
2ND LIZ BAIN 74
3RD VENETIA SCOTT 76

Major Sponsors

 

Sponsorship

Sponsor

Location

April Medal Allan Malcolm Lauder
May Medal Mike Todd Lauder
June Medal David Thomson Lauder
July Medal Brian Hunter Earlston
August Medal Dougie Bain Earlston
September Medal J & G Campbells of Oxton Ltd. Gwen & Georgie Dun
October Medal Jim Tough Oxton
Ladies Monthly Medals Alan Thomson Fencing Oxton
Ladies Eclectic JThe Sharp Family Newbigging Walls
Sunday Strokeplay Ronnie Malcolm Oxton

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 will be welcomed back to accept our unique ‘Borders Hospitality’ once all covid-19 restrictions are lifted.