Hilton Park features in Club International Magazine issue 04. The article appears on page 28-29 of the on-line magazine which you can visit here


This year's Christmas Cheer Texas Scramble took place on Saturday 1st December.
15 teams braving the chill but having fun !
Some great scoring took place with the highest score in the low 60’s!

The winning teams were:
1st - Net 53.5
Colin Cammidge | Jo Cammidge | Hugh Clark | Elaine Clark
2nd - Net 55.6
Bernie Spalding | Davey Gallacher | Joe Fallon | Duncan McCallum
3rd - Net 55.7
Ian Leslie | Tony Lopez | Steuart McLuckie | Joe Farquhar

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xmas cheer

Congrats to all who played for making the day a great success !
Hilton Park Professional Shop Winter Fun next event will take place on Saturday 12th January 2019.... more details to follow.

night golf

Gents Seniors Texas Scramble
The Allan Galloway Memorial Trophy

A great win for a team of local players Derek Hemphill and Patrick McCamley along with Windyhill’s Colin Mitten who shot a net 55.5. Another local team of Hugh Clark, Crawford Cumming and Colin Cammidge won the scratch prize with a 63 thanks to a better inward half.

A full list of the prize winners is in the Open Competitions section of our website here

A total entry of 40 teams saw 120 players enjoy a great day over the Allander course. Fortunately the weather just about held up until the end with many players being complementary about the greens and the bar and catering service.

The Ladies Open Tri-am was held at the club on the 6th June.
On another beautiful day, 102 Ladies from a variety of locations headed to Hilton Park for the Ladies Tri-am. The course was in fabulous condition with a huge run on the ball resulting in great scores. A trio from Helensburgh were the winners and amongst the other prize winners, were competitors from as far away as Dumfries.
A great day and many compliments have been received. Our raffle was for Teenage Cancer Trust and we raised a fantastic total of £697.20.

Two of the winning trio are pictured below. 


Spring has finally arrived and the courses are looking superb.
Our long term tree thinning project, which started in October 2017, has been rapid and productive over the autumn and winter. Removal of trees has already opened up areas on the courses to sunlight and air movement, and as these areas firm up, course maintenance will improve them even further.
Previously hidden attractive views are now visible and a new perspective is emerging on the courses, enhancing the golfing experience of members and visitors alike.

Allander 17th May 18a


Our new high technology groundcare equipment is performing well, enabling our green staff to continue their superb effort in managing the tree thinning project in conjunction with normal course maintenance.