Argyll & Bute Union on Masterscoreboard

New Area Executive Elected

2018 Fixtures Announced

Greg Watson wins Area Championship at Millport 

Winner Greg Watson with the Strokeplay trophies

2018 Matchplay Qualifiers below

 

 

 

 

 

 

Overall Position

 

 

R1

R2

Total

1

Greg Watson

 

71

69

140

2

Craig Pirie

 

70

71

141

3

Chris Carson

 

73

70

143

4

Graham H Bolton

 

73

73

146

5

Callum McKirdy

 

67

79

146

6

Les Pirie

 

76

71

147

7

Donald Standaloft

 

75

72

147

8

Lewis Brown

 

75

74

149

9

j jack

 

74

76

150

10

George Reynolds

 

77

74

151

11

Lachlan Reynolds

 

79

73

152

12

Scott Turnbull

 

78

74

152

13

Fraser MacKinnon

 

76

77

153

14

Gordon Lundie

 

73

80

153

15

S Renfrew

 

78

77

155

16

Alastair Shaw

 

71

84

155

17

Fraser MacDonald

 

74

85

159

18

Kenny Mapes

 

72

89

161

19

Niall Gallacher

 

79

83

162

20

Jack Reynolds

 

77

88

165

 

 

Craig Charker wins Summer Meeting-Results

Handicap Championship Results

Welcome to the Argyll & Bute Golf Union Website. From Dragon's Tooth in the North to Dunaverty in the South,Argyll and Bute can boast 26 courses with Machrie & Machrihanish being the gems in the crown.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Argyll & Bute Union on Masterscoreboard for all area results and start sheets

 

New area executive elected

2016 fixtures

argyll & bute 2014 AGM papers

Advice on use of distance measuring devices for clubs & golfers

ABGU local rule

 

9th green at Machrihanish

Welcome to the Argyll & Bute Golf Union Website. From Dragon's Tooth in the North to Dunaverty in the South,Argyll and Bute can boast 26 courses with Machrie & Machrihanish being the gems in the crown.

The Argyll and Bute Union was originally founded to represent male golfers in the county and to promote the game of golf. The ABGU is one of the 16 member counties that make up the Scottish Golf Union (SGU).

The Scottish Golf Union (SGU) is the governing body for amateur golf in Scotland incorporating more than 630 golf clubs across the country representing a total membership of approximately 260,000 golfers.

Based at the Home of Golf in St Andrews, the SGU’s responsibilities span across most aspects of the game in Scotland, from its original core business of staging national amateur championships and managing Scotland’s national teams, expanding to encouraging more youngsters to play golf, providing support services to member clubs and lobbying government to protect the interests of the game.

Some of the spectacular scenery within Argyll & bute

10th green at Machrihanish
Machrihanish
Bute
Taynuilt
Lochgilphead
Millport
Tobermory
Dunaverty
Machrie