Midlothian Ladies’ Golf Association (MCLGA) is committed to encouraging the participation in, and the development of, golf in the County by providing coaching and competitions for junior girls, whether they have a handicap or not. To participate in any of our activities, girls must be a member of the County.
Junior Girl Membership
Junior Girl Membership is available to girls of all abilities (under the age of 18 on the 1st January) who reside in the County, who were born in the County, or who are members of Golf Clubs situated within ‘Midlothian County’ and affiliated to the Scottish Golf Limited.
An annual subscription of £10.50 is payable and Membership runs from January to December each year.
Junior membership offers:
- Coaching by PGA professionals at the Braids Hills Golf centre, including playing 9-holes on a golf course
- 9 hole Adult/Girl competitions
- Junior County competitions for girls with and without handicaps
- Additional coaching for girls selected for the Junior Development Squad
- Information about golf club membership and how to gain a handicap
You can keep up to date with activities in Junior News section of the website.
Fixtures for this year
Fixtures will be added to our online calendar
Monthly coaching is organised on the first Sunday of the month at the Braid Hills Driving Range, including playing 9-holes on a golf course. Dates will be listed on our calendar. This coaching is open to girls of all abilities.
We organise various activities for junior members throughout the year such as junior competitions and golf matches against girls from other counties.
East of Scotland Girls’ Golfing Association (ESGGA)
Girls with a handicap of 35 or below are encouraged to join the ESGGA. This is for junior girl golfers in Midlothian, East Lothian, Stirling and Clackmannanshire, and Fife Counties and offers competitions as well as matches against other areas.
Go to the ESGGA website to print a membership form
Midlothian Child Protection Policy
Midlothian County Ladies Golf Association believes that everyone has a duty of care towards children to help protect them from abuse, and strives to provide an environment where young adults can be introduced to and participate in the game of golf in a safe and enjoyable manner. Although there is no legal requirement for Clubs to have formal policies in place, it is considered best practice to formulate and adopt such a policy.
The outline of the main provisions of the Midlothian County Ladies Golf Association Policy and Procedures to Protect Children and Adults in Golf. For more information contact our Child Protection Officer by filling out our MCLGA contact form and selecting the Junior Administrator – Hilary Laughland.
Permission to Display Photographs
Photos taken of the girls maybe displayed (but not exclusively), in the below forms of media
Social Media – Facebook, Instragram, Twitter – most likely MCLGA website www.mclga.com and Kirkwood Golf http://www.kirkwoodgolf.co.uk
Public places – Golf Club notice boards, Annual General Meeting
Publications e.g. newspapers, Scottish golfer, Women & Golf etc
Permissions to take photographs will be requested when completing the application form for membership https://www.mclga.com/contact-mclga/ and must be populated.