Ayrshire Winter golf has another professional winner on the Euro Pro Tour. Following on from Paul O'Hara's victory in the "Motocaddy Masters " tournament at Frilford Heath in May, Craig Ross carded rounds of 68, 64, and 68 to win by three shots at the HotelPlanner.com PGA EuroPro Tour’s Clipper Logistics Championship at Moor Allerton Golf … Continue reading CRAIG ROSS WINS ON EUROPRO TOUR
AWGA Order of Merit winner Paul O'Hara takes first place in the Euro Pro Tour event. O’HARA STORMS TO MAIDEN WIN Scotland’s Paul O’Hara (NL Leisure) captured his first HotelPlanner.com PGA EuroPro Tour title by winning the Motocaddy Masters at Frilford Heath Golf Club with a superb closing round of 67. Motherwell’s 31-year-old O’Hara made … Continue reading PAUL O’HARA
The Committee has decided to present the winner of the Largs fixture with the Sam Torrance putter as well as the J.Kerr Wylie Salver.
A great turnout of over 40 members attended the 2016/2017 Dinner/Prizegiving at Royal Troon. This is now the sixth season this event has been held at Royal Troon.
Steven Maxwell (Eastwood) and Paul O'Hara (North Lanarkshire Leisure) shared the spoils at a very wet Royal Troon Portland with six-under-par 64's in the latest Ayrshire Winter Golf Association fixture.
A lost ball with his opening tee shot, resulting in a double bogey start at the par 5 first, did not stop Mike Paterson (Kilmalcolm) winning the first Ayrshire Winter Golf Association (AWGA) event of the New Year at Kilmarnock (Barassie) Golf Club. Paterson's three-under-par 69 gave the Kilmalcolm professional a five shot victory with John Henry (Clydebank & … Continue reading Paterson triumphs at Barassie
Paul O’Hara was quickly back in the winner’s circle after following up his recent Western Gailes success to share the top professional prize at West Kilbride Golf Club alongside Paul McKechnie.
Another strong turnout saw Gerry Smith and Paul O'Hara win the respective Amateur and Professional competitions at Western Gailes Golf Club.
Despite the testing conditions West Kilbride’s Joe Devlin won the season-opening fixture at Dundonald Links, while Renaissance pro Neil Henderson secured the professional prize.