Welcome to the website of the Aberdeen & District Junior Pennant League (AJPL).
Refer to League page for fixtures
Refer 'Trophies ' page for draws and results.
I take this opportunity to wish all our clubs a happy and enjoyable golf season 2018.
My Contact References are email@example.com / 07848801836 / 01224321180.
Newmachar and Westhill will be participating in all events apart from the league, Peterhead have decided not to play in any events this year, Inverurie will play in Hector Dey and Spence trophies.
We are introducing an under 14 competition to be held at the same time as the Hector Dey at Cruden Bay on Sunday July 29 and will be open to boys and girls who are under 14 on January 01 of the ensuing year.
I have found a donor who will supply a trophy.
The League commences on April 22 refer to league 2018 page for details (updated 05/04/18).
All Club, Convenors information and Junior Opens have been up-dated.
Draw for OTT has been posted on web site.
Please review web site up-dates and advise any changes or omissions.
Newmachar have joined the league but unfortunately, Hazlehead have had to pull out due to lack of numbers, this now means there are no clubs who play on municipal courses playing in the league and they were all founder members of the Junior Pennant League A sign of the times Hazlehead hopefully will play in other trophy events.
Newmachar will play in section D replacing Hazlehead.
I would wish all clubs a happy and successful season and Email your scores as soon after games as possible.
Royal Aberdeen have qualified from Section 'C' for Semi-finals on June 24.
Aboyne have qualified from Section 'B' for Semi-finals on June 24.
Please note I am on holiday from June 09 till June 20 and I have requested two venues for the Semi's (to be confirmed) so planning will be tight.
Historical and Rules Links
Below are the winners of our trophy competitions for 2017.
Deeside GC winners of the Aberict Junior Pennant League.
Hector Dey Trophy winner Nathan Mackie.
Portlethen GC winners of Off the Tee Trophy.
Cameron Carnegie (Kemnay) Spence Trophy winner