Ian Redford answered a last minute call to fill a place vacated by an amateur who injured his back after the first round of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
SALJGA won the second leg of the annual match against Scotscraig juniors which was played on the New Course on Sunday 20 September in fine weather.
The SALJGA annual Junior Open and Prizegiving was held on Sunday 6 September at the Eden Clubhouse.
The final Girl’s Medal was played on Sunday over the Strathtyrum course in weather that was not ideal but a lot better than forecast.
Murray Watson won the final Challenge Tour title of the regular season with a single shot win over Cameron Joy after two rounds on the Eden last week.
Jonny Regan and Matthew McAnaw won their first trophies of the season when they won the Mini-Tour Pairs competition which was played over the Strathtyrum on Wednesday 22 July.
Ben Kinsley won the Challenge Tour Strokeplay Championship which was played over four different courses, with the final round on 24 July.
Alan Whitelock and Chloe Goadby won the Mini Tour Strokeplay competitions which were played on 19 July.
SALJGA took a strong team to Wentworth on 11 July for the annual match against Wentworth juniors but were unable to return with the trophy.
Ewan Scott played two excellent rounds last 14 July to win the 36 hole Sommerville Medal and also achieved the lowest gross prize with a 66 on the Eden in the morning and a 70 on a breezy Jubilee in the afternoon.
Christopher Fleming won the boys’ M2 Ronaldson Trophy with a net 61 from Sam Rigg on the Strathtyrum on 15 July. The girls’ title was won by Mikayla Head who claimed her first title in her first event.
Katie Dobell wins the Girls' Mini tour Matchplay title for the second year running.
The Boys’ Mini tour Matchplay competition reached its conclusion on Thursday and went to the final hole on the Eden when Zak Bedford clinched the title from Sean Cowan.
The ten week SALJGA coaching sessions finished last week with a Texas Scramble for everyone involved in the volunteer coaching on Monday and Tuesday nights.
Friday 3 July witnessed the away leg of the annual two legged match against Scotscraig Juniors for the impressive Robertson-Philp Trophy.
SALJGA entered a team in the Rotary Club of St Andrews Junior Foursomes this year and were represented by Blair Morrison, Scott Goadby, Ryan Cowan and Jon Price. Jonny Regan was the fifth member of the squad.
Ian Redford won the Challenge Tour Matchplay final on 26 June. The match was very popular with a full field competing in the scratch event which rewards the finalists with a round on the Old Course.
Thirteen girls enjoyed a social game of golf with friends on the Strathtyrum on Sunday 28 June when they played the final Texas Scramble of the season.
Ewan Scott won the McGregor Trophy which was played on the Jubilee course on 9 May in beautiful conditions.
The SALJGA Challenge Tour made its first visit to The Castle Course on 31 May for the McMillan Trophy.
The second ‘social’ SALJGA girls’ competition was conducted on the Strathtyrum course on 31 May in glorious sunshine.
Fraser Donaldson is monopolising the Mini-tour 2 competitions this season with his second win of the year, the Tait Salver which was played on the strathtyrum on 2 June.
Ally McDougall who is on the cusp of eligibility for the Challenge Tour proved his ability by winning the M1 McArthur Salver, which was played on the Eden course in excellent conditions on Sunday afternoon.
The six week Fundamental coaching programme concluded this week with two groups playing a texas scramble on the Balgove Course on Monday and Tuesday.
Sean Cowan, who joined SALJGA for the first time this year, won the opening boys Mini Tour 1 event of the season, the Flanagan Trophy played over the Strathtyrum on Sunday. Sean won by two shots over Fraser Hayles and three shots over Murray Watson.
The Wilson Trophy marked the start of the regular SALJGA competition season on Sunday and it was very pleasing to see a full field undaunted by the blustery conditions in the New Course.
The Mini-tour 2 started on Sunday with the Kelly Trophy played on the Strathryrum.
SALJGA coaching has started for 2009 with Fundamental, Volunteer and Professional programmes underway.
Last Sunday witnessed the first of the SALJGA girls’ Medals, the Hot Chocolate and Lip Gloss Competition, which was conducted as a Texas Scramble with the girls forming teams of four.
Two competitions were conducted on Sunday to get the SALJGA tournament season off and running in grand style.
A SALJGA team comprising 12 of our younger members, primarily without handicaps, participated in a friendly match against Cupar GC Juniors on the Balgove on Sunday morning in very blustery conditions.
The 2010 golf season started in earnest for SALJGA on Sunday with a win against St Leonards School.
SALJGA played the first match of the season on Sunday when they faced a strong team from St Leonards in balmy conditions over the Strathtyrum.
Entry is now open for the 2009 Wee Wonders competition which will take place on 1 September 2009.
Olivia Starks won a junior set of Callaway golf clubs plus a golf bag after guessing the correct answer in the spot the ball competition that featured in the recent Wee Divot.