During the current COVID-19 pandemic and to comply with Trace and trace guidance, ALL members must book a tee time using the Masterscoreboard on your smartphone or our booking page which can be found using this link: Booking page
On this page members can login and book 9 holes per visit and a maximum of 18 holes per day, with a maximum of 4 players with a maximum of 3 guests with secure payment taken at the time of booking using your credit or debit card.
NOTE: We have now returned to the Masterscoreboard system for season 2022, so members can find out how to access Masterscoreboard on smartphones or computers by referring to the instructions sent by email or by post with their membership confirmation letters.
Please note that the Scottish Golf app is still available but entering all club competitions and tee bookings is now done through Masterscoreboard.
- Captain’s Comments
- Annual General Meeting Minutes
- Scottish Central Database of Handicaps
- Junior Golf & Junior clubgolf
- 100+ Club
- Gents Online Competition Booking
- Gents Away Score Entry Form
- Gents Wednesday 9 Hole Competition
- Ladies Wednesday 9 Hole Competition
Captain’s Comments 2022
It is a great honour for me to be Captain of Melrose Golf Club this year and I would like to thank Janice Whiteford for electing me and I congratulate her on a job well done.
I am looking forward to the year ahead and hopefully we will have a full season without any restrictions as the last two years have been very challenging for all clubs (not just ours), but we have come out the other side still a strong club.
This year the Committee have taken the decision to go back to the Masterscoreboard system which I am sure will run smoothly without any problems.
I would like to welcome back Richard Buckley as Membership Secretary who has taken over from Mark (Sooty) Gillie who has done an outstanding job over the last 7 years and 3 years as Junior Convener and would like to thank Mark for the hard work he has done for the club.
My thanks also go out to our Head Greenkeeper, Sandy and his team for their hard work they put in throughout the year to keep our course in good playable condition, I know it has been challenging with recent weather conditions.
Lastly I would like to wish all members, new and old, a happy and successful season and look forward to seeing on the course or in the clubhouse.
Club Captain 2022
2020 Annual General Meeting
Minutes and reports read on the night at our AGM held on 14th December 2020 can be viewed below, by clicking on the report name to download pdf files for each report.
Melrose Golf Club
Annual General Meeting 2020.
Held in the Clubhouse on 14 December 2020.
Chairman : Captain Andrew Stirling.
Scottish Central Database of Handicaps
Members please be aware all handicaps have now been listed with new Scottish Central Database of Handicaps (‘CDH’) system.
If you have previously registered your details with CDH your login page can be found here:
As a member of the club this now allows you access to your exact and playing handicap and for the first time your full Player Handicap Record online, giving round by round details of all your qualifying scores in chronological order.
Following your golf club registering you as a ‘home’ member, you have automatically been allocated a Unique CDH ID Number within the club’s handicapping software, identifying you individually on the CDH. This Unique CDH ID number will also ensure that all your away scores in Qualifying Competitions are automatically transferred back to your home golf club, helping keep your handicap up-to-date at all times. If you have a current handicap at Melrose Golf Club and wish confirmation of your CDH ID number please contact our handicap secretary on email@example.com.
Your ID number may be needed in the future for use on Open Competition entry forms or you may be asked to perhaps provide this number to competition organising committees to verify your handicap online if obtaining a late entry into a competition.
Please advise all other golf clubs of which you are a member of your ‘home’ club CDH ID Number so that this can be registered within their handicapping software and facilitate the automatic return of your ‘away’ scores back to your ‘home’ golf club.
To access your CDH information, all you are required to do is register on the CDH at:
- Men – www.scottishgolf.org/go/handicapping/central-database-of-handicaps
- Ladies – www.scottishgolf.org/go/handicapping/central-database-of-handicaps
Simply enter your Unique CDH ID Number and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the registration process.
You will then have unlimited, free access to all your handicap and Player Handicap Record information as it changes during the playing season – keeping you informed of your official CONGU® Handicap at all times – keeping track of your progress, as each season unfolds.
Should you have any further questions or comments regarding your membership of Melrose Golf Club, please feel free to complete our enquiry form on our contact page and we will respond as quickly as we can.
The 100 Club is currently closed and we are currently considering whether we reinstate it in it’s old form or look to create a new more up to date version at some point in the near future.