Annual Prizegiving and Dinner 2018

Some photos from the Annual Prizegiving:

Some of the prizewinners from the Annual Prizegiving 2018

Alex P. Anderson with son Alex B. Anderson pictured with the Macdonald Smith Trophy and Club Captain Richard Jennings





John Downie being presented with the Shanghai Cup. Playing partner Bob Kirk was unable to attend.


John Davies receiving the Sons of Carnoustie Trophy



Stuart Norrie receives his runner-up Medal

Iain Harrison, winner of the Brand Trophy

Left to right: Brand Trophy winners Doug Smith with son Steven Smith, Captain Richard Jennings


Club Champion Scott Mann making his speech after the presentation of the Kettle

Steve Rhynd, winner of the Dalhousie Cup

Ralph Wardlaw, runner-up to Scott Mann in a closely-contested 36-hole final (Scott won on the first extra hole), receives his medal



Club Champion Scott Mann (right) showing Scott Downie the Caledonian Kettle

The Frank Duncan Trophy, donated to the club in memory of Frank Duncan, was won this year by his son, also named Frank. Photo shows Frank being presented with the trophy by his sister Angie (left)and his mother, Phyllis

Scott Downie with the Whyte & Mackay Salver, won by the late Eric Peebles and Scott

Ian Carstairs with the Abertay Cup. Ian also won the Ortwin Trophy

Steven Hume pictured with the Ferrier Trophy. Steven also won the Kinloch Medal

Davie Cooper with the G. B. Clark Trophy and the Jackie Grant Tankard

Mike Williamson with the G. B. Clark Salver

John Davies with the Colin Murdoch Rosebowl

Paul Drummond, winner of the Aggregate and Carnegie Shields

Kenny Bodie pictured with the Jackie Grant Trophy

Two members of the winning Texas Scramble team with the Ian Richardson Trophy. Winning team was: Gordon McKenzie, S. Duncan, Norrie Adamson and Neil Foggie

Ron Gray, winner of the Sandy Irvine Trophy

Stephen Kydd, winner of the Stirling Cross

Ralph Wardlaw won the Neilson Medal

Doug Smith pictured with the the Harris Cup





Winter Closing Times

Please note that, as from Monday the 15th of October, the Club will be transferring over to winter hours and closing at 7pm in the evenings.

Talk this Friday (12th October)

Carnoustie Golf Club is delighted to be hosting W J Dettlaff this Friday evening and hope you can join us on the night…

A Talk By W J Dettlaff , USPGA Master Professional & Retired Manager of TPC Sawgrass.

Join Billy – 12th October – 6.30 for 7:00pm at The Carnoustie Golf Club where he will give a talk based on his latest publication ‘Doctors of the Game’, a history in the formation and spread of golf to the ‘New World’. His book represents a near seven-year study into the game’s history from the unique perspective of the golf profession.

Billy’s talk begins with the game’s early history and formation of a series of supportive trades. These include club and ball making, the caddie position, keeper of the green, and the eventual combination with the premier playing skills of St. Andrews’ Allan Robertson, which led to his recognition as the first golf professional.

He traces the efforts of early professionals from St. Andrews, Musselburgh, North Berwick, Carnoustie, Prestwick and Dornoch, detailing how the game first grew in Scotland, spreading to England, and then to the world with its greatest early influencers all from Scotland.

Results from his detailed research have uncovered that the first Scottish professionals of the 1840s are directly traced through at least nine generations of influence on the golf profession in the United States.

Ladies’ Section Away Day

The ladies section held their annual away day today (Sunday 2nd) at Balcomie Links, Crail.

The winner of the Away Day Rosebowl was Annie Hainey, 2nd was Debbie Mitchell (back 9) and 3rd was Lis Husband. The winners of the Mystery Team were Wilma MacGregor, Debbie Mitchell & Joan Mitchell.

The weather was very good and the golf was followed by an excellent meal in the Clubhouse.

Photos from Crail:


Club Championships 2018

2018 Carnoustie Club Champion Scott Mann

The Gents and Ladies Club Championships took place yesterday (Sunday 24th june 2018) over the Championship Course and the Buddon Links.

Congratulations to Carnoustie Golf Club’s 2018 Club Champion Scott Mann. One down to Ralph Wardlaw on the 18th tee of the Championship Course, Scott won the hole to take it to sudden death extra holes. A par 4 on the 1st was enough to take the title.

Club Captain Bill Thompson shaking hands with Scott Mann on the 1st Green

In the Jubilee Cup Colin Watt retained the trophy, beating Eugene O’Brien in the final, which was played on the Buddon.

Frances Miller won the Ladies’ Club Championship, beating Sheila Brunton on the final hole. Alison Cooper won the Ladies’ Handicap Championship with a victory over Ann Hainey.

Ladies’ Champion Frances Miller

Ladies’ Handicap Champion Alison Cooper

Lady Finalists

Ladies’ Section Championship and Salver

Congratulations also to the Ladies Section Championship and Handicap Salver finalists. Current Champion Frances Millar will defend her title against Sheila Brunton, while the Handicap Salver final will be contested by Annie Hainey and Alison Cooper. These matches will be played on the Buddon Links at 2.37 and 2.45 this Sunday (24th June).

Club Championship and Jubilee Cup

The final of the Club Championship will be contested between Scott Mann and Ralph Wardlaw over 36 Holes of the Championship Course this Sunday (24th June). Tee times are 10.30 and 14.30. The Jubilee Cup finalists are Eugene O’Brien and last year’s Jubilee Cup winner Colin Watt. This 18-hole final will be played on the Buddon, also this Sunday, teeing off at 14.30.

Club Championship and Jubilee Cup

Updated details of the draw, dates and tee times are in the Members’ Area

Hole in One

Congratulations to Brian Warden on his Hole in One at the Burnside 5th hole on Wednesday 11 April 2018. Brian used a pitching wedge. His playing partner was Philip Martin.

Knockout Tournament Draws 2018

PDFs of the Knockout tournament draws are available in the Members’ Area. The dates ties have to be played by will be decided as soon as possible