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Powfoot win Dumfriesshire Ladies Matchplay competition

The final of Dumfriesshire Ladies Match Play competition was played in windy and showery conditions at Dumfries & Galloway golf club on Sunday 10th September between Powfoot Ladies and Dumfries & Galloway Ladies. The result  was a win for Powfoot by 3 matches to 2 A special thank you to Fiona Macgregor  who organised the […]


Captain’s Newsletter

It is now just over 100 days since I had the honour of taking on the Captaincy of Powfoot Golf Club and I am thoroughly enjoying every minute. I would like to thank Kenny Johnstone for accepting the position of Vice Captain. We are working well and in harmony. Thank you all who sent me […]


Greenkeeper’s Weekly Update 7th June 2017


Greenkeeper’s Weekly Update 2nd June 2017


Refurbished Trailer

The Greenkeeping Team are delighted to have their newly refurbished trailer back.  It’s just like a brand new trailer – great job  on the repairs by Dave Clarke. The artificial bunker at the 8th has now been in play since start of season and still looks as good as day one.    Very little maintenance is […]


Junior Coaching at Powfoot


Pin Flags signed by Gary Player & Darren Clarke

  The R & A have donated these flags to help with our Charity Golf Day and as Lady Captain, my chosen charity is Macmillan Cancer Care. All proceeds are going to this worthwhile cause. A letter of authentication will be included with this pin flag signed by Gary Player in 2016 at a patron’s […]


Captain 2017

Congratulations to our new Captain Billy McCulloch who was elected at the Club AGM on Friday 17th February, for the second time. Billy is pictured with his Vice Captain, Kenny Johnstone and Lady Captain, Karen Pearson. Lady Vice Captain, Denise Adler was unable to attend.


Verti-Draining Greens

All greens have been verti-drained to a 7″ depth to allow movement of air and water within the soil.       


Gorse Removal at 11th Heather

The heather to the left of the 11th fairway was being invaded by gorse. To keep this area as a heather plantation, the gorse was removed using a tractor mounted flail collector. Gorse roots were then chemically treated to stop re-growth. 11th heather before gorse removal