Border Golfers’ Association

March 2, 1893 signalled the beginning of the Border Golfers’ Association, with seven Clubs:

Hawick; Melrose; Selkirk; Galashiels; Innerleithen; Kelso; and Peebles, coming together to form the B. G. A. – the first Association of its kind in Scottish amateur golf. It is good to record that The Borders lead the way.

The Border Championship was instituted in 1893; the Challenge Trophy in 1904; the Hart Cup (Boys Championship) in 1960; the Champion of Champions in 1966 and the Border League in 1976.

Today, there are 21 affiliated Clubs. The B.G.A. still plays an important and active role in fostering golf locally, and representing the view of Borders’ golfers in the new Scottish Golf Limited. Jack Keeney, a long-standing member of the BGA Council has been President of the Scottish Golf Union in 2015- the last ever President of the S.G.U..

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Meet The Committee

Robert Holmes

Robert Holmes

President
Jack Keeney

Jack Keeney

SGU President 2015
Dennis Little

Dennis Little

Secretary/Treasurer
Ian Thomas

Ian Thomas

Secretary
Alistair Christie

Alistair Christie

Council Member
David Gillie

David Gillie

BGA Team Captain
Ian Ford

Ian Ford

Council Member

Border Championship 2017

PosPlayerClubTotal
1S. FairburnTorwoodlee130
2C. RiddleTorwoodlee133
3D. GillieTorwoodlee141
4P. JohnsonHawick141
5P. McVie142
6A. LawrieTorwoodlee143
7J McDonaldTorwoodlee144
8E. Reilly145
9G. Renwick145
10J. Berry145
11Derek GillieTorwoodlee146
12A. ChalmersRoxburghe147
13J. Penny147
14G.C. EastonHawick148
15K. Wilson148
16R. BrydonTorwoodlee149
17M. FordKelso150
18D. Brydon150
19A. George150
20S. McElrathKelso151
21S.NightingaleGalashiels151
22D. Reid152
23K. BeattieHawick152