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The Hazlehead Golf Club's 89th AGM is earmarked for 14:30 Sunday 20th January 2019 in the clubhouse.


The Hazlehead Golf Club's 88th AGM kicked off in the clubhouse at 14:00 Sunday 21st January 2018 with a talk by Alastiar Robertson and Keith Gerrard on Sport Aberdeen's 2018 plan for maintaining and bringing the Hazlehead courses up to an acceptable good playing condition. During the question and answer session, several scenarios were explored and one in particular that was voted on with a majority in favour was keeping the MacKenzie course closed throughout 2018 for comprehensive drainage and remedial work by the green-keepers, on the proviso that the course will be re-opened in very good playing condition (no guarantee accepted), and additionally that the three troublesome holes on the Pines course be completely sorted and ready in time for the new season and to remain playable throughout 2018. In the event that the MacKenzie course is closed, Sport Aberdeen confirmed that the Club would be given priority for Saturday morning tee times on the Pines to play medal competitions. The final decision on this rests with Sport Aberdeen and/or Aberdeen City Council and Hazlehead Golf Club are merely indicating their support if the decision is taken to close the MacKenzie course for the 2018 season. Sport Aberdeen would have to assess how this could be achieved and whether or not the necessary funding could be put in place.


The AGM finally commenced at 15:35; there were 63 attendees and eight apologies. John Angus was sworn in as the new Captain followed by the election of office bearers; the full list of committee members is available in the Captains and Committee page of this website.



The Hazlehead Golf Club's 87th AGM was held in the clubhouse at 14:30 on Sunday 22th January 2017. There were 51 attendees and 13 apologies. The Captain paid tribute in memory of David Rogers, Bill (Piper) Blacklaw, Bob Cheyne and Jim Carroll.

The committee welcomes Mike Falconer as the new Match Secretary and Colin Pirie and Malcolm Allan as members of committee; Movern Adam is standing down as Ladies Captain and Doreen Gerrie is stepping in to take charge; Nancy Adam is taking over the role of Ladies Vice Captain; there were four resignations.

Royal Aberdeen hosted the Pennant league and Hazlehead Men's team made it to the semi-final, only to be defeated by Murcar on a very windy Sunday afternoon. Congratulations to Greg Kennedy, Jasmine Mackintosh and Shaun Wilson for winning their club championships. Well done to all winners of all cups and trophies throughout the season. The seniors Pennant team tried hard but will have to play better next year. 


Hazlehead hosted the Pennant league final and the Maitland Shield. The Hazlehead Men's Pennant team knocked out Royal Aberdeen but were then put out in the second round by finalists Bon Accord in a very close match. In the Maitland Shield, Newmachar won beating Banchory in the final. Banchory won the Pennant league by defeating Murcar in the final. For the first time in many years, Hazlehead won the Journals Cup and the team, comprising of Scott Robertson, Greig Kennedy and Ian Taylor, went on to represent the North East in the finals at Fortrose and Rosemarkie.


For the third year in a row, the senior section won the Pennant league. Congratulations to Brian Nicolson for winning the Club Championship and to Jasmine McIntosh for winning the Ladies Club Championship amongst a long list of other achievements. The annual Guide Dogs Mixed competition was a great success raising over £600 for the Guide Dogs Charity.


An Exhibition Match was held on Sunday 27th September 1970 at 2.00 pm to celebrate the opening of the new clubhouse, featuring Peter Alliss, Maurice Bembridge, Peter Oosterhuis and Ian Smith.