The Match Secretary's Choice
The Gold Medal Final
Selkirk Golf Club is a small friendly club, with an excellent social membership both on and off the course. The picture above demonstrates the gravitas of the membership, when this group of golfers, locally known as the’ half-niners’ because of their propensity for that tee-time in competitions, turned up for the Captain’s Prize Day in this rather colourful golfing attire.
The club runs regular competitions for members of the club and the majority are stroke play events, but a variety of other competitions are organised throughout the season with stableford; Texas Scrambles; Team Events; Greensomes; and Foursomes, sometimes comprising mixed teams and occasionally from all club members, including Gents, Ladies & Juniors. During the course of last year for instance the Gents section of the club played twenty-one stroke play competitions; four stableford events, four major match play competitions; and various team, open and holiday games.
The Ladies Section of the club have the course reserved for their weekly competitions from 4pm on Thursday’s and they also play a wide variety of events during the course of the golfing season.
New members are always most welcome.
Please contact the secretary if you wish to join the club – Mr Andrew Robertson, Hon. Secretary, Selkirk Golf Club, The Hill, Selkirk, TD7 4NW. Tel:- 01750 20519; E-Mail:- email@example.com
(NOTE: There is no joining fee)
Under 25 Member£155
A system is in place for Subscriptions to be paid by Standing Order over 10 months if desired.
President Mr. J. A. Hume Tel: 01750 20824
Captain Mr. J. Coyle Tel: 01750 20914
Vice-Captain Mr. R. D. Ballantyne Tel: 01750 20750
Lady Captain Mrs. P. McGhee: Tel: 01750 722493
Hon Secretary Mr. A. Robertson Tel: 01750 20519
Hon Treasurer Mr. I. Main Tel: 01750 725631
Hon Match Secretary Mr. B. Bett Tel: 01750 20392
Ladies Secretary Mrs. A. Rutherford Tel:01750 22770
CHILD PROTECTION POLICY
SELKIRK GOLF CLUB is fully committed to safeguarding the welfare of all children in its care. It recognises the responsibility to promote safe practice and to protect children from harm, abuse and exploitation. Staff and volunteers will work together to embrace difference and diversity and respect the rights of children and young people
This document outlines the organisations commitment to protecting children.
These guidelines are based on the followings principles:
• The welfare of children is the primary concern.
• All children, whatever their age, culture, disability, gender, language, racial origin, socio-economic status, religious belief and/or sexual identity have the right to protection from all forms of harm and abuse.
• Child protection is everyone’s responsibility.
• Children have the right to express views on all matters which affect them, should they wish to do so
• Organisations shall work in partnership together with children and parents to promote the welfare, health and development of children.
The organisation will:
• Promote the health and welfare of children by providing opportunities for them to take part in golf safely.
• Respect and promote the rights, wishes and feelings of children.
• Promote and implement appropriate procedures to safeguard the well being of children and protect them from abuse.
• Recruit, train, support and supervise its staff, members and volunteers to adopt best practice to safeguard and protect children from abuse and to reduce risk to themselves.
• Require staff, members and volunteers to adopt and abide by this Child Protection Policy and these procedures.
• Respond to any allegations of misconduct or abuse of children in line with this Policy and these procedures as well as implementing, where appropriate, the relevant disciplinary and appeals procedures.
• Regularly monitor and evaluate the implementation of this Policy and these procedures.
This Policy and these Procedures will be regularly reviewed:
• In accordance with changes in legislation and guidance on the protection of children or following any changes within the organisation.
• Following any issues or concerns raised about the protection of children within the organisation.
• In all other circumstances, at least every three years.