Welcome to the Abbotsford Golf Club – Founded 1990 At Abbotsford Golf Club our aim is to promote golf, giving our members the best experience of playing competitions all year round over a variety of stunning courses throughout South Ayrshire. In 2019 we have a full calendar of competitions,social events and outings spread across winter/summer seasons giving our members more opportunities to play competitive and social golf. This year will see new midweek majors as well a away weekends such as Slaley Hall and Portpatrick. There is always plenty going on around our club, everyone has an enjoyable time playing golf and that is the very thing we want at Abbotsford Golf Club. Our ‘5’ majors remain or premier competitions where we always enjoy fantastic turn outs both playing and at our ‘clubhouse’ the Abbotsford hotel. Enjoy your golf and play well Eric Armour Captain
Congratulations to Ian Rewhorn who is this years Club Champion beating David Munro by 1 hole in the final.
In a tough match that went all the way to the 22nd hole Rab Adams and Ian Pirrie managed to beat Colin and Ronnie Davidson congratulations to the both of you.
In our final major of the year Craig Robertson took home the spoils with a fantastic nett score of 71, great shooting considering the conditions.
This years winners in the Best of Series competitions are as follows, Alan McCulloch takes home the Eclectic, The 2018 Club Championship was won by Craig Robertson, Scratch Champion Rab Adams, Order of merit winner Tommy Hanns, congratulations to you’s all thoroughly well deserved.
Congratulation to Colin Park on winning the Singles Matchplay, beating Colin Williamson by 1 hole in the final
Congratulations to Tommy Hanns on winning the Andrew Hunter Hunter Memorial at Thornhill Golf Club.
The Abbotsford team were once again triumphant over Ayr Carrick in our Annual match by a margin of 4 1/2 – 2 1/2, thanks to all for taking part.
Congratulations to Mr Millennium Trophy aka Tommy Hanns on winning the Millennium Trophy for the 3rd year on the trott with an excellent score of 140 over the 2 days play around Belleisle and Seafield
Well done to Craig Robertson on winning the first ever midweek major The Chalmers Thomson cup with a quite superb score of 68 thanks to a blistering back 9, thoroughly well deserved.