Tarbert’s lady golfers return to action

Glenralloch golf course.
Tarbert Golf Club.

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Tarbert Golf Club’s lady members gathered last Sunday for the April Stableford, their first competition of the season.

The honours went to club stalwart Georgie Dickson with 37 points. Second was Helen Samborek with 34 and third was Sheena Ferguson on 28.

The gents return to action tomorrow (Saturday) with the first round of the Fyne Tankard. Ballot times start at 8am in a two-ball format.

Any members who still have to pay their annual fees are asked to do so to allow them to play in the competitions.

Club captain Kenny MacFarlane is hoping for a positive response from club members.

The course is in great shape with a band of volunteers assisting green-keeper Graham Prentice with a whole host of work taking place over the past six weeks.