Annual Prizegiving

This year’s Annual Prizegiving will take place on Friday 9th November at 7.30pm.

A full list of our trophy winners is displayed within the clubhouse or you can click here to view the list.

Prizegiving evening is always a great opportunity to celebrate your achievement with family and friends. Even if you are not among the winners come along and enjoy the celebrations, it’s a great night.

We appreciate that some winners will not be able to attend the prizegiving. Should this be the case for yourself it would be of great benefit to the Club if you would notify the office as soon as possible that you will not be able to attend.

Prize Winners 2018

Winter Opening Hours

Winter Opening Hours are now in force, please see below.

Please note that on Friday and Saturday evenings later catering can be provided by arrangement with our caterer.

Opening Hours (From Monday 8th October 2018)
CLUBHOUSE BAR CATERING
DAY Opens Closes Opens Closes Opens Closes
SUNDAY 7am 6.30pm 11am 6.00pm 11.00am 5.00pm
MONDAY 7am 6.30pm 11am 6.00pm 11.00am 4.00pm
TUESDAY 7am 6.30pm 11am 6.00pm 11.00am 4.00pm
WEDNESDAY 7am 6.30pm 11am 6.00pm 11.00am 4.00pm
THURSDAY 7am 6.30pm 11am 6.00pm 11.00am 4.00pm
FRIDAY 7am 10.30pm 11am 10.00pm 11.00am 7.00pm**
SATURDAY 7am 10.30pm 11am 10.00pm 9.30am 7.00pm**
 **Later catering by arrangement.
Catering Hours applies to both the Dining Room and Bar Meals.
If you have any special catering requirements please let the Caterer know.

Mount Vernon reach the big 100!

Mount Vernon Golf Club

 

Congratulations

 

Congratulations & a big thank you to our Mount Vernon members, Liberton members & to all who have contributed over the last 14 years to help us raise the fantastic total of £101.000 for the Marie Curie Hospice, Edinburgh.

It all started in 2005 when 3 Mount Vernon members, Colin & John McCallum & Andy O’Donnell walked the West Highland Way to raise much needed funds for the Marie Curie Hospice, Edinburgh.

The following year a committee was formed  made up of Bob Holdstock, Colin McCallum, Billy McLean & Hugh Roarty who all sadly had lost family members to Cancer & were greatly served by the care afforded by the Marie Curie Hospice.  The 4 Organised highly successful Sportsman’s Breakfasts for the next 10  years raising funds & around 2014 we added a Golf Day to our fundraising and a new committee member in Jimmy Gardner to add his expertise. 

Back when we started our fund raising we never dreamt we would ever reach the fantastic milestone figure of £100,000 & here we are having surpassed that figure. 

The Marie Curie Hospice,Edinburgh requires a further £6,175 in donations a day on top of money it receives from the NHS to operate daily. Last year we sponsored Christmas day at the Hospice & are sponsoring 1st January this coming year.

 

Once again a big thank you for all your support over the years.

 

Date for your diary — Sunday 31st March 2019 –  Sportsman’s Breakfast.

MVGC Marie Curie £100K

 

KIERAN CAPS OFF A FANTASTIC YEAR.

KIERAN CAPS OFF A FANTASTIC YEAR.

Kieran Cantley has topped off a fantastic year by finally being chosen to represent Scotland at the forthcoming Home Internationals in Conwy, Wales between,12-14 September 2018.

This is a fantastic achievement for Kieran who has demonstrated this year his abilities as a golfer at various tournaments and currently sits high in Scottish Golf’s order of merit.

Kieran can be rightly proud of his selection and is certainly the highlight of the year for him and his family. He is one of five new caps in what is a fairly experienced side led by playing Captain, Matt Clark (Kilmalcolm). He is also joined by local players Euan McIntosh (Turnhouse) and Stephen Roger (Peebles).

Liberton can also take some pride in his selection as the first player out of the Club to represent his Country.

In speaking to Kieran about his selection he stated “I am absolutely delighted and excited about being part of the Scottish Team, I hope that I can produce some of my best golf and help Scotland win the trophy.”

“Its going to be a busy week with travel down to Wales on the Sunday, practise on Monday & Tuesday and three days of play Wednesday to Friday”

“I’d like thank everyone who has helped me reach this stage of my career”

Anyone in the area on business or fancies a few days of supporting Kieran and the team should check the Scottish Golf website for travel and directional details for the course.

I am sure all members wish Kieran every success for the week and hope he finds himself in a successful winning team.

Scotland Men’s Home Internationals Team:

  • Kieran Cantley (Liberton)
  • Matt Clark (Kilmacolm)
  • Stuart Easton (Irvine)
  • Calum Fyfe (Cawder)
  • Ryan Lumsden (Royal Wimbledon)
  • Euan McIntosh (Turnhouse)
  • Stephen Roger (Peebles)
  • Jim Johnston (Ayr Belleisle)
  • Euan Walker (Kilmarnock Barassie)
  • James Wilson (Balmore)
  • Jeff Wright (Forres)

Kieran goes close in France

Kieran was taking part in the Grand Prix et Challenge, International De la Ville D’anglet et Chiberta Cup et Challenge Cup over the 5-8 July 2018. With an international field on show from France, Spain, England, Kieran, who was one of two Scots to take part, can be very proud for his performance and his second place finish.

With scores of 67,67,67 & 73 I think Kieran must feel this may have been an opportunity missed. Quoting him from his Twitter account ” Gutted not to have got the job done this week in France, just a few poor decisions in the last round cost me. Big Thanks to Scottish Golf for the experience, was a great week”

Congratulations in any case for a good second place and this can only bode well for him as the season progresses. Kieran is pictured here with the overall  winner, Antoine Aubion of Biarritz (centre) and David Ravetto of RCF La Boulie who finished joint second with Kieran.

Kieran in France

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP PHOTOS

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP PHOTOS

The Club Championship Photo Album is now complete and is on the bar for viewing. Members are reminded not to take any of the photos out of the album but if they require copies to speak directly with the ‘Club Photographer’, Stevie Richardson.

The Club remain indebted to Stevie for giving up his time on Championship Day to go around the course and capture the highlights of the day. The Council thank him for his time in taking and producing the album for the Club.