History of Aberdeen and District Junior Pennant league.
The league was formed in 1968 at a meeting held at Nigg Bay GC on Tuesday 19th. March.
Golf Clubs represented were Bon Accord, Caledonian, Hazlehead, Nigg Bay, Stonehaven and Victoria.
Northern joined the League later in 1968
It was agreed to call the association the 'Junior Section Inter Club Competition' later changed to ' Aberdeen and District Junior Pennant League'
Victoria GC did not play in league
The first secretary was Bill Christie of Nigg Bay GC from 1968 to 1979.
then Bill Adams of Caledonian GC 1979 to 1987.
Richard Smith of Royal Aberdeen GC 1987 to 1992.
Gordon T.Murray of Hazlehead GC 1992 to date.
|The first winners were Bon-Accord Golf Club in 1968|
For Junior Club Champions. The first winner was Donald Jamieson of Nigg Bay GC in 1970 who later won the Scottish Amateur Championship at Balgownie in 1980.
|Off the Tee Trophy
Originally presented to the winners of the league, 1977 - 1979, Trophy donated by the 'Green Final' (A Saturday evening sport newspaper coloured green, now discontinued). The first winners were Murcar Links GC in 1977. From 1980 to 1992 played as a two round aggregate scratch medal play, with three players per club.
|Hector Dey Trophy
Handicap medal play for one qualifier per club. Donated by Hector Dey a Member of Deeside GC.First winner David Cruickshank of Bon-Accord GC in 1984
For winners and runner up of the League and winners of Off the Tee trophy
For historical records click on underlined text
|CLUB||DATE of JOINING||COMMENTS|
|Bon Accord||1968||Resigned 2006|
|Caledonian||1968||Resigned 2015 from League|
|Hazlehead||1968||Played 1968 / did not play 1969/70 resumed 1971|
|Nigg Bay||1968||Resigned 2010 from League|
|Stonehaven||1968||Played 1968/69/70.Then withdrew and Resumed 1987|