The Ardley Salver and the Balgove 9-hole competition scheduled for Sunday 30 November were cancelled due to the courses being frozen over.
A SALJGA team captained by Alan Whitelock journeyed to Royal Aberdeen Golf Club on Sunday for their match against Paul Lawrie’s Golf Foundation.
SALJGA entered two teams in the Curtis Invitational Junior Team Cup which was held at St Michaels Golf Club on Sunday 28 September.
SALJGA played Scotscraig Juniors in the second leg of the annual match for the striking Robertson-Philp Trophy on Sunday.
Sunday witnessed the culmination of a very successful SALJGA season with the final tournaments of the summer and the annual prizegiving.
Callum Graham snatched the final trophy of the season prior to Sunday’s Junior Open by one point from Ben Kinsley.
Katie Dobell won the delayed final of the girls Mini Tour Matchplay competition against Lauren Whyte.
Euan Graham won the the Mini-Tour 1 McArthur Salver which was played over the Strathtyrum yesterday.
Emma Bowman won the final girl’s medal of the season at the weekend with a nett 59. Nicky Wilson secured the lowest gross.
David Niven won his first tournament of the year by the massive margin of 10 shots.
Wentworth Golf Club journeyed to St Andrews last weekend for the annual Yamaha Cup match against SALJGA which resulted in a close fought draw.
An excellent second round from Alan Whitelock allowed him to snatch the Boys Mini-Tour Strokeplay title from the grasp of Sam Heggie whose outstanding nett 56 on the Strathtyrum gave him the lead after the first day.
SALJGA members Chloe Goadby, Emma Bowman, Rebecca Todd, Lauren Goadby and Katie Dobell attended a photo shoot with Alex Salmond at St Andrews Links Golf Practice Centre.
Rory Henretty and Alan Whitelock combined well in Wednesday’s Mini-Tour 1 Pairs competition to win by 2 points from Ross Woods and Euan Roger with Chloe Goadby and Sophie Maguire a single point back in third.
SALJGA played at Scotscraig in the the first leg of an annual two leg match against Scotscraig Juniors last Friday and managed a hard fought aggregate lead that will be taken into the second leg.
Euan Graham won the boys Mini-Tour 2 Ronaldson Trophy played on the Strathtyrum with an impressive nett score of 61.
Shaun Clark has won the Sommerville Trophy by two shots from Euan Gray.
Fraser Hayles won his second M1 tournament of the season and Lauren Whyte captured her third with their respective victories in the Tait Salver on Tuesday.
Sam Raeside beat Euan Roger to win the Mini-Tour Matchplay competition in a final that had been re-scheduled from the previous week due to torrential rain on the planned date.
Iain Watson has won the CH Strokeplay Claret Jug for the second year running. Iain’s four round total of 294 resulted in a winning margin of 15 shots over runner-up Andrew Whyte.
The CH Matchplay competition culminated on Friday on the Old Course with a win for James White over Ewan Gray by 5 and 4.
A healthy entry for the Boys' Davidson Trophy witnessed Fraser Hayles emerge triumphant with a nett 66 on a blustery Eden course with Jonathon Regan, competing in his first SALJGA event of the season, coming in second two shots adrift.
Two more SALJGA competitions were played on Sunday 15 June.
The season is well and truly underway as the Challenge Tour boys competed for the Room Medal over the Strathtyrum.
The Fundamental level coaching groups completed their six week programme by playing two holes on the Balgove Course.
SALJGA played their first match of the season on Sunday 9 March against St Leonards on the Strathtyrum. The match was close and hard fought in blustery conditions with SALJGA emerging triumphant
2 ½ - 1 ½.