The Evening Scramble takes normally place on the first Monday of the month (from March to October). In teams of three or four, we play two rounds of the six short holes at Grand Ducal. The evening is rounded up over a casual dinner in a very friendly spirit.
Mixed opening and closing competition
For the opening and closing of the season we organise a mixed competition together with the Senior Men. Although a friendly game, it is important to win since the losing party has to pay the apéritif...
The Monthly Challenge is a friendly Stableford competition for the AGSDL members. It is played at the various golf clubs in Luxembourg, but can also be organised at nearby ones, such as Trier, Bitburg or Preisch.
The first Triangulaire meeting between Belgium - France - Luxembourg took place in 1981 at the Royal Golf Club in Ostende. At that time Luxembourg was represented by seven ladies.
Nowadays the competition runs over two days with a maximum of 40 Belgian ladies, 40 French ladies and maximum 20 players from Luxembourg. The Belgian players are normally very strong and have won many times. However, in 2018 the competition took place at Kikuoka and Luxembourg won for the first time since 2006!
The 2020 tournament has been postponed until 2022.
The D.G.S.G. contacted our organisation in 2006 and the first competition "Länderspiel Deutschland Mitte - Luxembourg" took place at Golf du Donnersberg. Every year the two teams do a match play over two day. In the past the German ladies have won almost every year. Luxembourg won in 2009, there was a draw in 2014 and we won also in 2016 and in 2018.
The Freundschaftsspiel will take place 22-24 August 2021 in Germany.
Each year there is a meeting with the ladies from Spa; one year we play in Spa and the other in Luxembourg.
The 2021 meeting will take place on 8 June at Golf de Luxembourg, Belenhaff.
The first meeting with the Dutch ladies took place at GC Grand Ducal in 2018. The visiting team proved to be very strong and won the match. In 2019 the Luxembourg ladies fought back and won the return match in Wittem!
The 2020 meeting is postponed to 1-2 July 2021 and will be played at Golf de Luxembourg, Belenhaff.
Other competitions in Luxembourg
Coupe de l'Amitié
In 2003, Madame Annette Franck created the "Coupe de l'Amitié" in order to let the Senior Ladies from all the Luxembourg clubs meet in a friendly spirit. The Coupe de l'Amitié is a team event organised by each golf club in Luxembourg.
To participate you just have to be a Senior Lady and member of a golf club affiliated to the FLG.
In 2021 the competitions will take place as follows:
26 April - Golf de Luxembourg, Belenhaff
31 May - GCC Kikuoka
25 June - GC Clervaux
13 August - GCC Christnach
24 September - GC Grand Ducal (closing competition)
The winners of the Coupe de l'Amitié :
2003 - 2012 Kikuoka GCC
2013 - 2014 Golf de Luxembourg, Belenhaff
2015 - Kikuoka GCC
2016 - 2018 Golf de Luxembourg, Belenhaff
2019 - GC Grand Ducal
2020 - Kikuoka GCC
Ladies Challenge is organised by the various Ladies Days from the clubs. All ladies who participate at Ladies Day may take part (i.e. no age limit). A different club organises it each year.
The 2020 Ladies Challenge will take place on 21 July at GCC Christnach.
The Senior Opens are organised by the various clubs. All seniors may participate.
The Senior Interclub is organised by the Federation (FLG) where the clubs plays against each other. It is currently only for men, but the AGSDL is working on enabling Senior Ladies for the different clubs to participate.
Other International Competitions
This magnificent tournament takes place alternatively in Brussels in Ravenstein or at Morfontaine. The foursomes are played over three days with a cut after two days.
The competition 2020 was cancelled and is planned to take place on 20-22 April 2021.
Marisa Sgaravatti Trophy
In 1981 Marisa Sgaravatti, an Italian Marchioness, started to create tournaments between three countries in Europe. She loved the game of golf and she played in numerous competitions all over Europe. It was thanks to her that the first Female Senior European tournament took place.
Marisa Sgaravatti wanted to give ladies with a low handicap, but not qualifying for the best team of their country, a chance to represent their countries and to compete internationally. In 1984 Anne Bouton suggested to start a European Team Tournament. The European Team Championships for Senior Ladies (The Marisa Sgaravatti Trophy) was born and is played every year in a different European country.
The 2020 competition is postponed and will take place in the Czeck Republic 3-9 October 2021.