Club Fixture Draws


To enter a competition (including Open competitions), or view start sheets, follow the link below, then click "Future Competitions" and select you option. A login is required to access and all members should have received a mail with their login details. Any issues with access, contact Jack Donald or Alan McCreath.

Master Scoreboard Golf Results - Gatehouse Golf Club

Tee times will be allocated by the competition organiser for all competitions, including medals until further notice. Online booking is compulsory for non-competition rounds.


If you cannot play in a competition, having entered, please contact Jack ASAP to assist in the scheduling of the event.


Bunker play at Gatehouse GC has returned to normal. The option to take a preferred lie has been removed and players must play the ball as it lies or take penalty relief for an unplayable lie in a bunker under Rule 19.3. Players should rake the bunker after a shot to remove the mark made by the shot and any footprints made when approaching the ball or leaving the hazard. 


Flagsticks may be removed from the hole when putting, or left in, as determined by the player making a stroke, If the flagstick is left in, then a ball coming to rest against the flagstick, with any part of the ball below the level of the green, is deemed to have been holed. 


If players choose to swap cards for a competition, then the number of strokes taken at each hole are to recorded and both player and marker must sign the card after the round is complete. In both cases, the player is responsible for recording the correct number of strokes taken at each hole and ensuring that the card is signed appropriately before submission for recording. 

Scores may be recorded on the app but the card must be physically completed and submitted, before leaving the course, to complete the competition. If there is a discrepancy between the score on the app and on the card, then the score on the card is the single source of truth.


Players may still choose to mark their own card in competition and continue to enter the number of strokes taken at each hole (or N/R) with some form of verbal verification taking place with a marker. If doing so, record your partner's score in the Marker score column on the card. The player must sign their card to be counted. 


All players are reminded that they have a responsibility to avoid slow play for the benefit of all. 

Your correct position on the course is just behind the group in front and not just ahead of the group behind. 

Call on the group behind if you are delaying them, it is not their responsibility to ask to play through.


Check the whiteboard on arrival at the clubhouse for the latest information.


Players are asked to park considerately in the car park to allow the maximum number of vehicles to be parked safely and remember that the tennis court users are also entitled to use the car park