Monday, March 25, 2024

AYRSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION COACHING - Coaching programme continues at Prestwick GC

The Ayrshire Golf Association squad coaching sessions continued at Prestwick Golf Club on Sunday 24th of March with both the main squad and the development squad meeting to continue the development programme.

The main squad is pictured with coaches Richard Gordon (Ayr Belleisle) and David Fleming (Prestwick), along with Paul Moultrie from Mind Body Golf, who will be delivering other training aspects to the squad in the near future, and AGA Coaching Convenors Paul Kennedy & Andy Reid.

Sunday's session included on course development of course management and approach, to ensure the best possible outcome from evenry shot.

Members of the development squad ar pictured at Prestwick with coaching professionals Allan Todd (Prestwick) and Lee Hughes (Ayr Belleisle).

Other aspects of coaching will continue over the next few weeks as the squad members prepare for the 2024 season, and the coaching management will continue to monitor the development of the main squad and development squad members as the season progresses.

Coaching Convenors Paul Kennedy and Andy Reid would like to thank David, Richard, Alan, Lee and Paul for all their help with the coaching sessions for the elite squad and development squad. 

The Association would also like to thank Prestwick golf club for the use of their superb facilities and course, and the final thanks go to all the boys and girls and their families for getting all the players along to the sessions. 

Wishing all squad members the very best for the 2024 golf season.

Wednesday, March 20, 2024

WHS & COURSE RATING - Presentation to Ayrshire's Mike Hazlewood at Scottish Golf WHS Roadshow

Ayrshire Golf Association Executive member Mike Hazlewood was the focus of a surprise presentation at the end of the Scottish Golf World Handicapping System roadshow held at Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Club on the evening of Tuesday the 19th of March 2024.

Adam Phillips (left) & Calum Grant (right) making the presentation to Mike Hazlewood (centre)

At the conclusion of the very informative presentation, the second such delivery that day, to representatives of clubs throughout the South West of Scotland, Scottish Golf's Calum Grant and Adam Phillips called Mike forward to receive a framed print of the 10th hole at the Ailsa Course, Trump Turnberry, in appreciation of his 13 years service and involvemebnt in the delivery and administration of Course rating in Ayrshire and further afield, from which he has recently stepped down.

The presentation was a complete, but very appreciated, surprise to Mike and a well deserved recognition by the national governing body for Mike's dedication to the the delivery of the course rating scheme over the years on behalf of the clubs and course owners in Ayrshire and elsewhere.

Tuesday, March 12, 2024

THE AYRSHIRE JUG - Draw made for Ayrshire mixed greensomes knockout competition

The draw has been made for the 2024 Ayrshire mixed greensomes knockout competition, for The Ayrshire Jug.

Inaugural winner Gillian & Billy Pollock (Skelmorlie) return to defend the trophy they won at Rowallan Castle GC last year, and face a second round tie away from home against Liz & John Keohone (Loudoun) as they bid to defend their title.

Matches will be played throughout the summer, culminating in the championship final to be held during Finals Day at Ballochmyle GC on the 1st of September.

Competition details have been forwarded direct to competitors via email. If any pairing have not received the details they should email the Area Secretary at to obtain the full championship documentation.

The draw for the opening two rounds of the 2024 competition is:-

Sunday, March 10, 2024

BALLOCHMYLE LADIES OPEN TRI-AM - entries invited for May event

Entries are now being invited by the club for this years Ballochmyle Ladies Open Tri-Am, which will be held  on Wednesday 29th May 2024.

Teams of two or three players may be entered. Where there are only two players entered, we will endeavour to have a home club member allotted to form a team of three.

Tee time from 9.00am till 5.00pm

Entry fee is £10 per person

Entry forms can be found on the Golf Empire website

Please forward completed entry forms to

Mrs Rose Crawford

35 Fernlea Ave



Tel: 07535245826/ 01290559089

AYRSHIRE SENIOR MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP - Entry forms available for 2024 championship at Girvan

The 2024 Ayrshire Senior Men's Championship, for the Sandy Provan Trophy, will be contested on Tuesday the 9th of July over the Girvan Golf Course, and entry forms are now available.

The championship is open to members of Ayrshire Golf Association member clubs who are aged 50 years or older on the day of the championship, and tee times will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

The entry form has been emailed to the club secretaries of all Ayrshire Golf Association member clubs, and can also be downloaded via the link below, which is also available on the left of this page, under the 'Men's Golf' heading.  

The sandy provan trophy will be won by the player returning the best nett score on the day.

The players returning the eight best scratch scores on the day will go forward to contest the Ayrshire Senior men's matchplay Championship.


AYRSHIRE BOYS' & GIRLS' STROKEPLAY CHAMPIONSHIPS - Entry forms for county boys' championship and new girls' championship now available.

The entry forms for the Ayrshire Boys' Strokeplay Championship and the new Ayrshire Girls' Strokeplay Championship are now available.

The Association have introduced the girls event this year, with prizes being awarded on both a scratch an handicap basis, as is already the case in the boys championship.

Both championships will be held on Thursday the 1st of August 2024 at Annanhill Golf Club, with the Boys' Championship over 36 holes and the Girls' event over 18 holes.

Entries close on Saturday the 13th of July.

Entry forms have been emailed to club secretaries and are available through Ayrshire Golf Association member clubs. The entry forms can also be downloaded via the links below, whichj are also available on the left of this page under the 'Juniors' heading.



AYRSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION YEARBOOK - Copies of 2024 yearbook now distributed to member clubs

Copies of the 2024 Ayrshire Golf Association yearbook have now been distributed to member clubs and municipal courses who host member clubs.

The yearbook, published anually for the last 20 years, includes a review of 2023 competitions, information on The Association's activities, as well as details of member clubs and a list of fixtures for 2024. Please note that there have been some venue and date changes since publication of the fixture list in the yearbook, and the updated list of fixtures is available via the appropriate links on the left of this page.

The Ayrshire Golf Association would like to extend sincere thanks to all the advertisers in the annual yearbook, whose support allows the continued production of the yearbook, and distribution to member clubs free of charge.

THE AYRSHIRE JUNIOR TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP - 2024 competition to be held at Kilbirnie Place GC

The 2024 Ayrshire Junior Team Championship will be held on Sunday the 21st of April at Kilbride Place Golf Club, and entry forms for the championship have been emailed to all club secretaries.

The event, held in gonjunction with The Ayrshire Junior Golf Leaggue, sees teams of four young golfers representing clubs competing for team and individual trophies on both a scratch and handicap basis.

Any junior convenor wanting a copy of the championship details and entry form send direct to them should email the Area Secretary at

Entries close on Sunday the 7th of April.


AYRSHIRE WOMEN'S STROKEPLAY CHAMPIONSHIP - Entry forms for 2024 Ayrshire Women's Strokeplay Championship at Prestwick Golf Club now available as new Ayrshire Women's Matchplay Championship will follow on from the event this year

The 2024 Ayrshire Women's Strokeplay Championship will be held over the historic links of Prestwick Golf Club on Sunday the 2nd of June, and entry forms for the event are now available.

The 18 hole competition has a handicap limit of 36 and there will be championship trophies presented on both a scratch and handicap basis.

The entry fee is £10, and entries are invited from female members of all clubs affiliated to The Ayrshire Golf Association. Entries close on saturday the 18th of May.

This year the players returning the eight best scratch scores in the strokeplay championship will progress to contest the inaugural Ayrshire Women's matchplay Championship title at Rowallan Castle Golf Club from the 24th to the 26th of June

Entry forms have been emailed to all club secretaries and can also be downloaded via the link below, which is also available on the left of this page under the 'Women's Golf ' heading.


AYRSHIRE MEN'S STROKEPLAY CHAMPIONSHIP - Entry form for 2024 competition at Largs GC now available

The 2024 Ayrshire Men's Strokeplay Championship will be held on Sunday the 28th of April at Largs Golf Club, and entry forms are now available.

The handicap limit for the 36 hole scratch event is 3, and the entry fee is £25.

Entries close on saturday the 13th of April with a ballot by handicap made thereafter, should the entry be over subscribed.

The players retuning the sixteen best aggregate scratch scores oin the Strokeplay Championship wil go forward to contest the Ayrshire Men's matchplay Championship at Rowallan castle GC from the 6th ot the 9th of May.

Entry forms have been emailed to all member club secretaries, and can also be downloaded via the link below, which is also available on the left of this page, under the 'Men's Competitions' heading.


Monday, March 04, 2024


Entries are now invited for the 2024 West of Scotland Men's Strokeplay Championship which is being hosted by Dumbartonshire Golf Union at Douglas Park Golf Club on Sunday the 19th of May 2024.

Entries can be submitted on line or by email to the Dumbartonshire Golf Union Secretary, as detailed below.

LOMOND PROPERTY - Leading Ayrshire Estate and Property Letting Agents to sponsor The Ayrshire Golf Association

Leading independent Ayrshire estate agents and property letting agents Lomond Property have agreed a substantial five year sponsorship deal with The Ayrshire Golf Association, to support, expand, and promote the work of The Association.

LOMOND PROPERTY - website link

The sponsorship deal will see Lomond Property become the sponsors of sevearal of the major events in the county golf calendar, as well as sponsoring the various teams that represent Ayrshire during the season. 

As a consequence of the sponsorship deal, The Association will also be able to expand the coaching provision for the brightest prospects in the county, and has already allowed The Association to introduce development squad coaching which has been planned for some time.

Founded in 2005, Lomond Property are a leading, independent Estate Agent and Ayrshire’s largest Letting Agent. With offices in Prestwick, Irvine and Kilmarnock, their marketplace spans rural, town, suburban and city properties, and with a collective 50-plus years of staff experience the company take pride in providing the right service for every client and every customer, to deliver value throughout the West of Scotland and beyond, allowing people and businesses to make more informed property decisions in sales, purchases, lettings or investments.

The sponsorship deal was announced by Ayrshire Golf Association President Andrew Gilligan at the recent Ayrshire Golf Association annual dinner, where Lomond Property directors Stephen Spence, Ross Cowan and Joe Gilligan were in attendance.

Lomond property directors Joe Gilligan, Ross Cowan & Stephen Spence
with Ayrshire Golf Association President Andrew Gilligan, Past President Scott Gilchrist
and Secretary & Honorary Life President Alasdair Malcolm
at the Ayrshire Golf Association annual dinner 

The Association would like to thank Lomond Property for their support and sponsorship of The Association which is a very welcome and important partnership for golf in Ayrshire. 

Sunday, March 03, 2024

AYRSHIRE COACHING - new development squad sessions introduced

The first of the new Development Squad coaching sessions took place at Prestwick Golf Club on Sunday the 25th of february, as The Ayrshire Golf Association expands it's coaching provision for promising young golfers in the county.

As well as delivering the coaching programme to the main Ayrshire coaching squad, county coaches David Fleming and Richard Gordon will have an overview of the development squad coaching, which will be delivered by assistant professionals Alan Todd (Prestwick GC) and Lee Hughes (Ayr Belleisle) and will involve the best prospects among the younger boys and girls in the county.

Several coaching sessions are planned as the 2024 season approaches, with the next scheduled session being on Sunday the 10th of March.

PAUL MOULTRIE FUNDRAISING FOR PROSTATE CANCER UK - Ayrshire golfer training for London marathon

Well known Ayrshire golfer Paul Moultrie is in training to run the London Marathon this year, and for his efforts hopes to raise thousands of pounds for Prostate Cancer UK.

In 2022 Scottish Seniors Golfing Society society members donated nearly £1500 to the charity through two online Pilates classes gifted by Paul, founder of Troon-based Mind Body Golf consultancy. Around 50,000 men in the UK are annually diagnosed with prostate cancer. One in six men during their lifetime will contract the disease.

This April’s London Marathon will be especially poignant for Paul because last year he was diagnosed with the condition himself and he is currently undergoing treatment.
The Royal Troon golfer and senior men’s Scottish internationalist said: ‘As somebody who works hard to stay fit and healthy, it came as a shock when I was told I had prostate cancer. However, once I got over that initial jolt, I quickly realised this was just another challenge that I and thousands of men like me have to face up to, and I am determined to beat it. When I asked Prostate Cancer UK for their blessing to raise funds for the charity by running the London Marathon, I had to laugh when they told me I had all the necessary credentials, including having the disease myself! Fortunately my cancer has been caught early so my prospects of full recovery are good, but I think it’s important to raise as much awareness as possible about prostate cancer because too many men leave it too late before being medically checked.’
Paul, 59, who plays off a handicap of plus 2, is a former Ayrshire Champion of Champions title holder and has regularly finished near the top of the Scottish Seniors Order of Merit table since he joined the Scottish Seniors Golfing Society in 2015. As a senior, he has equalled the course record at three different courses.
Paul, who is seeking sponsors for his marathon attempt, said: ‘It would be great to have the support of local Ayrshire golfers and scottish Senior Golfing Society members whose friendship and camaraderie I have greatly enjoyed over the past few years. Prostate cancer is becoming increasingly common, especially among men in the age group that spans the society. I would be hugely grateful for any support in raising much-needed funds to help in the fight against prostate cancer.’
You can sponsor Paul by donating through his JustGiving page, via the link below

2024 AYRSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION FIXTURES - full fixture list now available and published

The 2024 Ayrshire Golf Association fixture list is now available and published, with several new competitions included this year, and events being held throughout the county.

This year sees the introduction of the Ayrshire Women's Matchplay Championship in July at Rowallan Castle, which will feature the players returning the eight best scratch scores in the 2024 Ayrshire Women's Strokeplay and Handicap Strokeplay Championship which will be held at Prestwick Golf Club in June.

Also new this year will be the Ayrshire Girls' Strokeplay Championship, which will take place in August at Annanhill golf course, on the same day as the Ayrshire Boys' Championship.

The Ayrshire men's matchplay Championship will also take place at Rowallan Castle, in May, following on from the Strokeplay Championship which will be held this year in April at Largs.

The full published list of fixtures is:-


* Doc Thom Ayrshire Order of Merit Counting Event                        

** Woman’s & Girls’ events                       

*** Ayrshire Junior Order of Merit Event                              



23rd                       Annual Dinner and Presentation      Carlton Hotel, Prestwick



2nd – 5th             Scottish Golf Under 16 Quadrangular Champs.    Ayr Belleisle

10th - 13th          *** Scottish Boys Open Strokeplay                       Irvine

10th - 12th          **Scottish Girls Open Strokeplay                         Powfoot

14th                       Ayrshire Vs South of Scotland     Wigtownshire County

19th – 21st               ** Helen Holm Scottish Open Strokeplay         Royal Troon

21st                        Ayrshire Junior Team Championship                 Kilbirnie Place

28th                       * Ayrshire Strokeplay Championship                Largs



5th                         Area Team Championship V Argyll & Bute          Away

6th – 9th              * Ayrshire Men's Matchplay Championship           Rowallan Castle

19th                       * Hillhouse Cup                                                    Royal Troon

19th                       * West of Scotland Strokeplay                             Douglas Park

24th – 26th         ** Scottish Women's Championship                      Nairn Dunbar

25th                       * St Cuthbert Open                             Prestwick St Cuthbert

26th                       * West Kilbride Men’s Open                              West Kilbride

TBC                        Ayrshire U18 Vs Lanarkshire U18                    Kirkhill

31st – 2/6            * Scottish Men’s Open Strokeplay                      Muirfield



1st                          * Ayr Seafield Open                                                  Ayr Seafield

2nd                        **Ayrshire Women’s Strokeplay Championship       Prestwick

2nd                        * Belleisle Cup                                                           Ayr Belleisle

8th                         *** Golf South Ayrshire Junior Open Strokeplay     Ayr Seafield

8th                        * Blue Monster Scratch Open                    Rowallan Castle

9th                         Area Team Championship V Glasgow                     Home

15th                       * The McGilchrist Cup                                             Ardeer

17th – 22nd        * The Amateur Championship                 Ballyliffin, Ireland

19th – 21st          Scottish Senior Men’s Championship                    Moray

23rd                       Ayrshire U18 Vs Dumbartonshire                       Ayr Belleisle

24th – 29th         **Woman’s Amateur Championship        Portmarnock, Ireland

24th – 26th         **Ayrshire Women’s Matchplay Championship    Rowallan Castle

26th – 28th         **Scottish Senior Women’s Championship           Old Ranfurly

27th                       ***Largs Junior Open                                         Largs

30th                         * The Gowf Cup                                                   Loudoun 


5th                         *** Troon Welbeck Junior Open                        Troon Welbeck

7th                         Ayrshire Club Championship                               Caprington

7th                         ***West of Scotland Junior Strokeplay              Wishaw

8th                         *** Loudoun Junior Open                                  Loudoun

9th                         Ayrshire Senior Men’s Championship                Girvan

9th-11th              Scottish Boys’ Under 16 Championship               Murrayshall

9th-11th              **Scottish Girls’ Under 16 Championship           Muckhart

14th                       Area Team Championship V Clackmannanshire    Home

15th – 16th         *** West of Scotland Boys Matchplay                 Wishaw

17th – 19th         **Scottish Girls Championship                             Forfar

17th – 21st         *** Scottish Boys Championship                          Scotscraig

18th – 21st         THE OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP                          Royal Troon

25th                       *** Harris Junior Open & Girls Open                West Kilbride

27th                       * Stevenson Trophy                                              Girvan

28th                       Ayrshire U18 Vs Glasgow U18                             Ralston

29th                       *** Kilmarnock Barassie Junior Open   Kilmarnock Barassie       

30th – 3/8           * Scottish Amateur Championship                         St Andrews



1st                          *** Ayrshire Boys Strokeplay Championship       Annanhill

1st                          **Ayrshire Girls’ Strokeplay Championship         Annanhill

2nd                        Champion of Champions Semi Finals                    Royal Troon

4th                         * Viking Krus                                                         Largs

5th - 8th               *** Ayrshire Boys Matchplay                                Prestwick

6th-8th                Girls’ & Boys’ Home Internationals                       Conwy, Wales

7th-9th                Women’s & Men’s Home Internationals                Murcar, Scotland

8th                         *** Ayr Belleisle Junior Open                              Ayr Seafield

9th                         Men’s Champion of Champions Final                  Royal Troon

9th                         Senior Men’s Matchplay Championship Final      Royal Troon

9th                         Women’s Champion of Champions Final              Royal Troon

11th                       *** Byrne Howard Trophy                                    Royal Troon

TBC                        AJGL Under 16 Knockout Final                           TBC

TBC                        AJGL Wallace Thornton Trophy Final                 TBC

12th-13th           Scottish Under 14 Championship                              Dunfermline

12th                         *** Turnberry Junior Open      Turnberry, King Robert the Bruce

12th                       *** Ballochmyle Junior Open                                Ballochmyle

13th                       *** Prestwick Junior Open           Prestwick St Cuthbert

13th - 18th          **Girls Amateur Championship      Alwoodley & Moortown

13th - 18th          *** Boys Amateur Championship  Alwoodley & Moortown

17th                       * Troon St Meddans Open                                    Troon Municipal

18th                       * Mainholm Cup                                                  Ayr Dalmilling

18th                       Ayrshire U 18 Vs Renfrewshire U18                   Ayr Belleisle

24th                       * Ballochmyle Rosebowl                                     Ballochmyle

25th                       *** Tom Lehman Junior Open                            Troon Municipal

TBC                        AJGL Champion of Champions Final                TBC

TBC                        AJGL Junior League Championship Final        TBC

30th – 1/9           ** Scottish Women’s County Finals                      Eyemouth



1st                          Ayrshire Finals Day                                              Ballochmyle

1st                          Ayrshire U18 vs Stirlingshire U18                      Irvine

7th                           *Troon Welbeck Open                                         Troon Lochgreen

7th – 8th              Scottish Men’s Area Team Championship Finals    Hilton Park

8th                         *** Prestwick St Nicholas Junior Open  Prestwick St Nicholas

15th                       Scottish Boys Area Team Championship              Duff House Royal

15th                       Ayrshire A Vs Renfrewshire A           Prestwick St Cuthbert

15th                       Ayrshire Youths Vs Renfrewshire Youths             Fereneze

17th                       Scottish Senior Men’s Area Team Champs.          Monifieth

17th-19th           Women’s & Men’s Senior Home Internationals  Castlerock, Northern Ireland

20th                      Scottish Mixed Championship                               Crail

21st                        * Arrol Cup                                       Prestwick St Nicholas

22nd                      Ayrshire A Vs Dumbartonshire A       Clydebank & District

22nd                      Ayrshire Youths Vs Dumbartonshire Youths        Loudoun

23rd                       ***Irvine Junior Open                                         Irvine

29th                       Ayrshire A Vs Glasgow A                                    West Kilbride

29th                       Ayrshire Youths Vs Glasgow Youths                   Cowglen

29th                      Scottish Junior Team Championship                    Panmure



6th                         Ayrshire A Vs Stirlingshire                                  Away

6th                         Ayrshire Youths Vs Stirlingshire Youths            Troon Portland

13th                       Ayrshire A Vs Lanarkshire A                             Ayr Seafield

13th                       Ayrshire Youths Vs Lanarkshire Youths            East Kilbride



4th                         Ayrshire Junior Golf League Dinner                           TBC


AYRSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION EXTENDED COMPETITIONS - Draws and details circulated to competitors and club representatives

The draws and contact details for several Ayrshire Golf Association extended competition in 2024 have been circulated to all competitors and club representatives by email on Sunday 3rd March.

The competitions for which details have been sent out are

The Ayrshire Men's Champion of Champions Trophy

The Ayrshire Women's Champion of Champions Trophy

The Ayrshire Fourball Championship 

The Gary Bryden Memorial Salver

The President's Putter

The Ayrshire Scratch Leagues

The Ayrshire Men's Handicap League Championship

The Ayrshire Women's Handicap League Championship

Should any competitor or club representative not have received expected details for any of the comeptitions, they should email the Area Secretary at

THE AYRSHIRE JUG - Entry deadline extended until Sunday 10th of March

The entry deadline for the Ayrshire mixed greensomes knockout competition, for The Ayrshire Jug, has been extended by a week, until next Sunday, the 10th of March.

Entry is open to pairings of one male and one female member who are both members of clubs affiliated to The Ayrshire Golf Association. The players do not need to be members of the same club.

Entry is £10 per couple and the entry form should be available through club secretaries. It can also be downloade via the link on te left of this page, under the 'Entry Forms' heading, or can be obtained by contacting the Area Secretary, Alasdair Malcolm, by email at

You can also access the entry form via the link below

Ayrshire mixed greensomes knockout competition entry form

Friday, March 01, 2024


The 2024 Ayrshire Golf Association yearbook was launched at the recent annual dinner of The Ayrshire Golf Association, with copies due to be distributed to member club in the next few weeks.

The 21st annual yearbook, produced again by Ayrshire Media services in Troon, has a welcome address by President Andrew Gilligan along with details of the competitions and winners in 2023, club contact details, fixtures for 2024 and historical records of The Association.

An on line version of the yearbook can aso be viewed by clicking on the link on the left of the Ayrshire Golf Association web page.

The Ayrshire Golf Association would like to thank the sponsors who have supported the yearbook this year, allowing the continued publication of this worthwhile record of The Association's work and the achievements of golfers in the county.

AYRSHIRE GOLF ASSOCIATION ANNUAL DINNER - 2023 winners honoured at Carlton Hotel

The successful teams and individuals in Ayrshire Golf Association events in 2023 were honoured on Friday the 23rd of february at the annual dinner and presentation of trophies oif The Ayrshire Golf Association, held in the Carlton Hotel in Prestwick.

Chaired by AGA President Andrew Gilligan, the event attracted a good crowd, who enjoyed and excellent three course meal in fine surroundings.

The evening culminated in the presentation of trophies and awards for the season.

The awards began with an appreciation to Past President John Rutherford for his services to course rating in Ayrshire since the inception of the scheme, from which he retired in 2023.

Presentations were also made to Robert Jenkins and paul Moultrie, in recognition of their selection to represent scotland Senior team in 2023. 

The boys and youths team who won the President's trophy in the annual fixture with the South of Scotland were honoured, as were the youth squad players who won the West of Scotland Inter County Youths league for the first time in 10 years in 2023, many of whom were present to receive their commemorative medals. 

The annual trophies were awareded to the various recipients, culminating in the presentation of the Doc Thom Salver and Ayrshire Order of merit title to Blair Morton of Royal Troon.

The evening concluded with a vote of thanks given by Ayrshire Golf Association Vice President Barry O'Rourke.

Service award to John Rutherford

Royal Troon Vice Captain
Graeme Johnston
accepts Robert Jenkins' award

Paul Moultrie's 
international award

Fraser Innes with the 
West of Scotland Club Team Trophy
won by Largs

Paul Kennedy accepting the 
President's Trophy on behalf of
the Ayrshire Boys/Youths team

The winning West of Scotland Youth League squad

Robert Wilson & William Fleming
with the West of Scotland Youth League trophy

Fourball winners
Les Knox & Wullie Young
(Auchenharvie 88)

Sandy Walker
with the Club  Championship Trophy
won by Kilmarnock Barassie

Loudoun Gowf Club
Captain David Johnstone
with the Gary Bryden Memorial Salver

President's Putter winners
Auchenharvie 88

Caprington Vice Captain Robbie Gibson
with the Ayrshire Women's Handicap League trophy

Men's Handicap League winners
Auchenharvie 88

Troon St Meddans Captain Alistair Tweedie
With the Scratch League Division 3 trophy

Prestwick St Cuthbert Captain Mark Watt
with the Scratch League Division 2 trophy

Steve McKnight accepts the
Scratch league Division 1 trophy 
on behalf of Royal Troon

Senior men's Strokeplay winner
James McIntyre (Redburn)

Senior men's Matchplay winner
Brian Fisher (Largs)

Women's handicap Strokeplay winner
Orla Moran (Irvine)

Louodun's Liz Keohone
accepts the Ayrshire Women's Strokeplay trophy
on behalf of clubmate Audrey Thompson

Men's Strokeplay Champion
Colin Goudie (Ayr Belleisle)

Men's Matchplay Champion
Kevin Thomas (Prestwick St Cuthbert)

Debbie Watt (Ayr Belleisle Ladies)
with the Women's Champion of Champions Trophy

Men's Champion of Champions winner
Craig hamilton (Ballochmyle)

Men's Order of Merit runner up
Harvey Broadfoot (Royal Troon)

Doc Thom Salver and Order of Merit winner
Blair Morton (Royal Troon)