LATEST UPDATE - Friday 13th May 2022
Ladies Charity Day
Following our successful Ladies Charity Day in April the club was pleased to make a donation of £500 to the Lanarkshire branch of Parkinsons UK. They provide support to people dealing with this terrible and and as yet incurable condition. Mobility sessions such as the one pictured cost almost £100 each to facilitate so our donation will hopefully go some way to helping them support the people they work with.
Thanks to everyone who contributed to the day by donating prizes and buying raffle tickets.
Our condolences to the family and friends of Agnes Simpson, a long-standing member of the club who passed away this week. Our thoughts are with her loved ones at this time.
Hole in One alert
A couple of holes-in-one from our members over the last week; John Miller at the 5th hole on Saturday 7th May, and Liz Morrison at the 13th the previous week- congratulations to you both.
Everyone at the the club is saddened to hear that Ian "Smudger" Smith passed away on Monday 25th April. A hugely popular figure at the club, Smudger was awarded Honorary Membership of Langlands in recognition of his many years at the club. A long-serving committee member, Ian was also the Club Captain in 2000. He will be missed by everyone, our thoughts are with his family and friends.
Entry forms are now available for the Gents Open on Saturday 16th July. Click here to access a form.
Ladies Open Tri-Am
Our Ladies Open Tri-Am takes place on Wednesday 20th July 2022, with tee times available from 10.00am - 2.00pm.
The entry fee for the event is £30 per team of 3, however we can accept individual entries and will ensure all entrants have a team to play with.
Application forms (including details on how to apply) can be downloaded from the club website, or collected from the clubhouse.
It promises to be another great day, so apply early to ensure your tee time!
The club have organised a Race Night for Saturday 21st May, starting at 7.30pm. Ticket price is £5, which gets you an entry to our prize draw board with cash prizes up for grabs. Numbers are limited, so let us know if you wish to come along. Promises to be another great night.
We have a vacancy for a catering assistant, working at weekends during the regular golf season and as required for club social functions. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this opportunity.
Pace of play
All members are reminded that it is their responsibility to play at a reasonable pace; you should always:
Aim to keep up with the group in front, not just be ahead of the group behind
Be ready to play when it's your turn
Be aware of where your group is in relation to the groups ahead and behind; consider letting a faster group behind you play through
Consider where you leave your golf bag in relation to your exit point from the green to the next tee, which saves unnecessary waiting for those playing behind
Consider playing "ready golf" in your group