Laird of Pollok Cup
This Cup was presented to the Lodge by the Laird of Pollok, Sir John M. Stirling Maxwell, Bart., of Pollok, on the 18th May 1900. It is played for at the Annual Golf Outing and is awarded to the player with the best net score from a handicap of less than 18.
Graham Anderson Trophy
This silver Trophy was presented to the Lodge by Bro. A Graham Anderson, P.M. at the regular meeting held on 26 January 1926. The Trophy is for competition among the players of 'long' handicap at the Annual Golf Outing. It may not be won by the winner of the Laird of Pollok Cup or by any Brother two years in succession. It is primarily intended for the encouragement of the occasional and less keen golfers of the Lodge.
This silver-mounted Tom Morris Putter was presented by Bro. R Allan Ogg, P.M. in 1937 for competition in foursome play in the afternoon round at the Annual Golf Outing. It is now awarded to the player with the best gross score.
Wyllie Golf Cup
This Cup was presented to the Lodge by Bro. William G Wyllie at the Regular Meeting held on 29 April 1919 for competition among the Brethren throughout the summer months of each year. Apart from the sporting element it fosters, the competition is intended to be a means of bringing the members of the Lodge into closer contact with one another and of establishing friendships. The first competition took place during the summer of 1919 and was followed by a Foursome Competition in 1920, a bogey Competition at Bogside in 1921 and since then by tournament play during the summer of each year.
Provincial Grand Lodge Competitions
Captain Speirs Golf Cup
This Cup is for Annual Competition open to the Members of all the Lodges within the Province of Glasgow. The Competition proceeds throughout the summer months and entries should be made annually in March. Brethren of this Lodge have won this Cup on numerous occasions since 1906.