Glasgow South Inter-Club Golf League
Bonnyton, Cathcart Castle, Cathkin Braes
Cowglen, Eastwood, East Renfrewshire 
Fereneze, Haggs Castle, Pollok
Whitecraigs, Williamwood

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Inter Cities Cup

Congratulations to the Cathkin Braes team on winning the Inter Cities Cup. In the match played on Sunday 7th October at Musselburgh Golf Club they defeated the Edinburgh Golf League champions Turnhouse by 6-3. In difficult and blustery conditions, the match was another Inter Cities classic, with both teams looking like winners at different stages of the match. It was Cathkin however who got over the finish line, despite some nail biting putting on the sloping 18th green! So ends a great season for the team, an historic three in a row in the BPL, winners of the Boundary Bell for the second time, and now winners of the Inter Cities Cup for the second time. Credit to all at Cathkin involved with the team, Manager Gordon Rennie and his support team including Captain Billy Mathie and stand in team manager John Sangster, plus many others. We would also like to thank Turnhouse GC for their great sportsmanship, Tournament organiser Ian McDonald, and Musselburgh Golf Club for presenting a golf course in great condition and hosting the event.

Player of the Year 2018

We are pleased to announce that Alistair Kyle of East Renfrewshire is this year's Player of the Year. Alistair had a magnificent 100% record winning all his matches during the season. This is a record for the 11 team league and certainly has not been done for many years, so a big congratulations to Alistair on his achievement. In joint second place were Ian Montgomerie of Cathcart Castle, last year's winner Gordon Sangster of Cathkin Braes and Graeme Symth of Eastwood.

Match Reports
  • Season summary 2018

    Congratulations to Cathkin Braes in retaining the title and making it three in a row. It was another solid performance by the team, with a 100% home record and just dropping 2 away matches towards the end of the campaign. After week 7 it did look for a while like the Cathkin juggernaut was heading for a perfect 10, but that remains a goal for next season. Gordon Rennie and his team now turn their attention to the Boundary Bell due to be held shortly at Whitecraigs.


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