Playing opportunities for East Lothian High School Pupils with official handicaps
East Lothian Secondary Schools Order of Merit Events
Secondary Order of Merit Format
Paul Lawrie Scottish Schools Championship : Mon 11th June 2018 @ Murrayshall, Perth
To be eligible to enter the Scottish Schools players must be on the School Roll at 31st May 2018 and in possession of a CONGU Handicap, Boys Category 1 Handicap (5.4) and Girls Handicap of 20 or under.
Players that meet this crietira and wish to enter can do so through East Lothian Council. Please contact Kate Green: email@example.com
Details will be available on Scottish Golf nearer the time.
To enter any of the above events players should email Kate Green (Golf Development Officer): firstname.lastname@example.org or contact their School Sports Coordinator / School Golf Organiser
Scottish Open and Seniors Pro Am
We have been lucky enough to be able to enter a team into each of these events in the past and we hope to offer something similar in 2018. This is likely to be the winners of the Scratch and Handicap divisions and possibly one other wild card place which will be played for at our final event at the Scottish Open host club, Gullane, on the 20th April 2018.
East Lothian v Edinburgh Secondary Schools Ryder Cup
Following our Order of Merit events the top 8 players in the scratch and top 8 players in the handicap order of merits qualify to represent East Lothian in this event. Edinburgh unfortunately couldn’t field a team in 2017 due to staffing but we are hopeful we will find opposition in 2018.
PGA Level 1 Coaching License
Any interested players aged 16 or over can attend a PGA Level 1 training weekend so as to gain their Level 1 Coaching license.
Full funding is available through ClubGolf East Lothian in return for a commitment to 20 hours of voluntary coaching at an East Lothian golf club.
Please find further details online and circulate this to any players you think might be interested.
A number of Senior Pupils gained their qualification this season and it would be good to have more on board as role models for the younger players.