The Green or Club Championship is the primary singles competition contested by male members. The matches are decided by the first player to reach 21 shots. The winner each year goes onto represent the club in the Scottish Singles, Angus Champion of Champions and City of Dundee Champion of Champions.
This singles competition is won by first player to reach 21 shots. Unlike the Green Championship, players are awarded a handicap at the start of the competition whereby they will be given a starting advantage of so many shots between 1 and 6 before the match depending on weighting in historic internal and external competitions.
The mens 2 bowl championship is a singles competition contested by 2 players each playing with 2 bowls. The winner is the first to reach 17 shots.
This is a pairs competition where competitors chose their respective partners at the start of the season. It is contested over 17 ends.
This is a pairs competition where skips and leads are drawn to play together at the start of the season. This is contested over 17 ends of bowls.
“The Robertson Triples” as it’s known is contested over 15 ends. A skip, second and lead are drawn to play together at the start of the season. The competition is normally played over 1 week normally in May.
“The Stewart Cup” as it’s known is a rinks (fours) competition where 4 players consisting of skip, third, second and lead are drawn together at the start of the season. This competition is historically played during one week in April and is contested over 17 ends.
The Norrie Pairs is a pairs competition contested towards the end of the season. It is sponsored by club member Bill Norrie and involves a round robin group stage before progressing to quarter or semi-final stage. Matches are contested over 13 ends.