Welcome to your Members page.
1st MAY 2013: Changes to guest green fees: With effect from today we have removed the maximum number of guests a member can introduce in a year, although the maximum number of times an individual can be introduced remains at 4. The fees have also been amended to £10 weekday and £12 weekend per guest, e.g. 3 guests introduced at weekend £36. JUNIORS can introduce Junior guests for £1, subject to same restrictions on number of times a year same guest can play.
Your new Captain, Colin Christy took over his role at the AGM in December 2012. In the attached document (Click link to Open Captains_Newsletter_Jan_13.doc) Colin reviews last year and details the Club's plans for 2013, as well as wishing all members a happy and prosperous 2013.
Members can access, via menu options on left of page, various articles. Newly added sections cover upcoming Social Events and news from the Gents, Ladies and Junior sections.
A copy of the course record scorecard achieved by Andy Farmer is also available to view, makes impressive reading and something for us higher handicap golfers to aspire to.
For access to competition results, handicap records and your Club Card account balance etc, you will need a password. If you haven't already obtained this then see instructions contained in the results page.
Make sure you keep up to date with all the local news in the news pages, and watch out for some future developments regarding Facebook and potentially other social networking sites.
Central Database of Handicaps (CDH):
Members can now obtain their unique CDH number. To do this enter results section on this page and view your Handicap Certificate. This will display your 10 digit number. If you then log into the SGU website www.scottishgolf.org/go/cdh_members and select first time login you will be prompted for your CDH number this will then allow you to setup a username after which you will be registered for CDH. If you have any queries please contact Secretary’s office, or Handicap Convenor for more information and they will try to help.
NEW UPDATED COURSE MANAGEMENT POLICY DUCUMENT PUBLISHED
A new updated Course Management Policy document has been produced and can be viewed via the link below.
The purpose of this document is to explain and present accepted guiding principles for the maintenance and management of the golf course owned by Kilmacolm Golf Club.
The strategies and policies outlined are based on local conditions, knowledge and experience accumulated over the last 30 years and more and is recorded as a basis to ensure continuity, consistency and best course management practices and used to aid and improve its preservation, maintenance and presentation for its members.