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2020 Club Championship Results

JUNIORS “B” Harry Steel v Scott McAdam Harry Steel 2/1
JUNIORS CHAMPIONSHIP Arran Brown v Robbie Sanderson Arran Brown 4/3
LADIES BRONZE Mary Davidson v Karen Hill Karen Hill 4/3
LADIES CHAMPIONSHIP Louise Fraser v Kate Rorke Louise Fraser 3/2
SENIORS CHAMPIONSHIP Scott McKenzie v Alan Crabbe Alan Crabbe 3/2
GENTS “C” Alan Whyte v Aaron Hamilton Aaron Hamilton – 19th
GENTS “B” Graeme Livingstone v Andrew Law Andrew Law 2/1
GENTS CHAMPIONSHIP Andy Rowe v Hamish Hamilton Hamish Hamilton 2/1

2020 Gents Championship Match Play Semi Final Results

Here are the results from the Semi Final Ties for the A,B,C and Seniors Championships on Thursday 13th August: Gents and Seniors Semi Finals Winners

2020 Championship Match Play Draw

Here are the Semi Final Ties and Tee Times for the A,B,C and Seniors Championships on Thursday 13th August  Gents and Seniors Semi Finals and Tee Times 13 Aug

Revised 2020 Fixtures

Here is the revised fixture list from 1 August:  Revised Fixtures From 1 August 2020

Intelligent Golf Scoring App Help Documents

Here is the IG scoring app Help document: IG app scoring Help Document

July 2020 Fixtures

Due to the current COVID-19 circumstances, the 2020 fixture list is constantly under review.  Here are the fixtures for July:

July 2020 Fixtures

Seniors League Fixtures and Standings 2019

You can view the Seniors League Fixtures, Results and standings here: SEDSGL Fixtures, Match Results & Final Standings

Lothians Championship Details for 2020

The Lothians Championships for 2020 have been cancelled due to Covid-19


Here are the results of all the matches in the 2019 Championship Finals.  Congratulations to all the winners.



Here are all the rules for those who are entering the Kingsknowe Winter League this year: Kingsknowe Golf Club Winter League rules 2017-18


See who won the gents competitions and trophies in 2019: List of Prizewinners 2019


Members should note that a tee time in a specific draw can now be viewed in the members area of the website. If a member logs in using their log in credentials and click on competitions tab, search for the competition in the list and then click on “draws”, this will show all members’  tee times in that specific competition. Members are reminded to notify the Pro Shop of any late withdrawls / entries as the published draw is now laminated.


Kingsknowe has Monthly Medals and a variety of competitions to suit all standards of golfer for both Full and 5 Day members, Men and Ladies, and Seniors and Juniors. For the full fixture card with information on which golf event is on when –  and at what time, visit here.  If you are looking to book a time as a visitor or a day for an outing, then this will assist you with your planning as you will be able to see which are the busier days.  Members who are looking for more information on Club competitions should visit our Members Area.

Kingsknowe also runs an established calendar of Open Competitions giving players from far and wide the opportunity to play the course under competition conditions.  Usually we have Opens in the Seniors, Ladies and Mixed categories.


Please have a read of this Communication Notice to help with the smooth running of the administration of competitions Gents Competitions Communication Notice


In order to obtain or re-instate a handicap, three cards must be returned clearly marked “For Handicap”. Two may be played off yellow tees but one must be played in a medal competition from the white tees. Cards must be marked by another member. An active handicap is required to be able to enter “Major” competitions and to play in the knock out events. You can still enter the knockout trophies, but must obtain a valid handicap quickly in order to play your first round tie.

To transfer a handicap, a certificate that should contain your CDH number should be handed or posted into the office with a covering note.


Players must sign in on competition days in the Professional’s shop at least ten minutes before their tee off time. There is a two stroke penalty for failing to start on time.

It is essential that all scores, including no returns, are inputted to the computer with the scorecard inserted into the respective Section box. Failure to adhere to this may result in the first and second instance with noting and warning, followed by exclusion from the next major competition in the event of a third instance.


No draws are done for the above “regular” medals, and tee times should be booked in the normal fashion. Entry to the competition is by signing the sheet in the Pro Shop.


The entry sheet gets pinned up for Major (drawn) competitions at 12 noon three weeks preceding the event. It is not unusual for a queue to form to secure the preferred teeing off band. Members must enter their membership number, which for the forgetful are listed in the display folder, and can only enter their own name.

The draw gets made and typically displayed up to ten days before the competition. Until the draw is made a waiting list on the entry sheet can be used. The draw for all major competitions is an open draw in time bands done by the computer.

After the draw sheet has been published no alterations to that draw can be made other than by Michael Kanev or his staff. Members must not write on or alter the Draw Sheet. All notifications of withdrawal or requests for late entry after the draw sheet is displayed must be made through the Professional Shop staff who will record such requests. Any such notification must state membership number, time slot as well as name.

If no notification of withdrawal is made, the member will be given a warning in the first instance followed by exclusion from the next two major competitions for a repeat offence.


We are now noticing that the vast majority of Away Scores are submitted automatically via the CDH system. To that end, we are going to do away with players submitting their scores manually apart from the following circumstances:-

  1. The score has not been registered on your individual handicap record within 10 days of playing the event. It is likely that the away club has not submitted the score.  In this circumstance please write with details of the date, course, score, par, SSS, CSS and any adjustments to match@kingsknowe.com
  2. The player recognises that their handicap will be going up and wants this adjustment made at short notice (All golf systems (including Intelligent Golf) do not allow players to adjust their handicap upwards at the time of entering their card. This is a recent change by CONGU).   In this circumstance please write with details of the date, course, score, par, SSS, CSS and any adjustments to match@kingsknowe.com and make contact with the Competition Convenors in person or by phone.

We thank you for your support with this change and we will monitor the situation closely until we are confident it is working well.