The first mention in the minutes of any success on a sporting front occurred on 15th August 1908 when it was noted that George Gibson's rink from St. Barchan won the Lord Blythswood trophy.

The Lodge have continued to support Provincial Grand Lodge's bowling and golf competitions, although, despite this early success in bowling, golf have proven to be more successful in recent years with H Blackburn, S Bogle, E Findlay, R McCormack, I Scott, A Burke, R Watt and W Wilson bringing the silverware from the McMenemy and Major Allan competitions back to 156.

The WJW of the Lodge St. Barchan organises the annual competitions in bowls, darts, dominoes and pool, while the Lodge golf outing is left in the capable hands of the Golf Convenor. Trophies are presented at the Lodge's Annual Dance in May.

The golfing brethren have additional dates in their diary in the form of the annual matches against Lodge Tarbolton Kilwinning St. James 135 and Lodge Union and Crown 307. While the victors of the day have a year of "bragging rights" to look forward to, all brethren who take part would undoubtedly agree that cementing the bond of friendship between the Lodges always takes precedence.