Please note if you have any concerns, issues, or ideas please contact our Secretary, Sandra Dew, who will take them to the committee.
18 holes unless stated otherwise. Any changes - see clubhouse notice board.
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1st Thursday of every Month: Senior Gents & Ladies Stableford, Tee Time 1000 & 1800.
Weekly Senior mixed roll up on Thursdays for handicap, non-handicap and beginners.
*** Denotes SLGA SILVER and BRONZE MEDAL QUALIFYING COMPETITION – Lowest aggregate of four nett scores from 10 medal rounds.
TEE OFF TIMES: unless otherwise stated the draws take place at the following times:
Tuesday 0930, 1330 or 1730
From 11 August 1730 tee time changes to 1700, depending on daylight. Details will be posted in the clubhouse.
Single Day Medal, Alternative day or Dual Day Format can be organised to accommodate the needs of all playing members to compete in all qualifying competitions. Contact your Ladies Convenor to arrange.
Ladies Championship -05 May, 09 June, 07 July, 04 August and 08 September, the lowest 3 combined scratch scores out of a possible 5, Players may play in any 3 or all 5 rounds.
SLGA Silver & Bronze Medal – there are 10 medal qualifying competitions marked with an * These medals are awarded to the lady in both the Silver and Bronze Division who has the lowest aggregate of 4 nett scores.
Nine Hole Qualifying Competition - Stableford. The format for these competitions is stableford, with a neutral 18 points from the nine unplayed holes added to the nine-hole stableford score. Holes 1 to 9 are the nominated nine holes. (Members will require a handicap which must be obtained over 18 holes to play in these competitions). The Glamaig Cup will be presented to the lady with the lowest combined aggregate of any 3 rounds from either the 9 or 18 hole qualifying round marked +++
Roll up – Open to all handicap and non-handicap including beginners – format will be decided on day.
CONDITIONS OF COMPETITIONS
All competitions are open to Lady and Junior Girl members only, country members may play in four competition rounds if they hold a current CONGU handicap. (Country members competing away from their home club, must produce a current central database handicap number or CONGU handicap certificate authenticated by the home club).
Entry Fees: The entry fee for each competition and for each round of five round competition is £2 per round per player.
Intention to Compete: Due to small numbers and to avoid disappointment, Ladies are requested to register their intention to compete in any competition by pm on the Friday of the previous week, by entering her name on the prepared list in the Ladies Changing Room.
Intention to Play: Prior to playing in any competition Ladies are requested on the day to enter their name on the list provided in the club house.
Competition Draws: If more than 4 players turn up at any tee off time – A Draw will be made. NOTE: to be included in the draw a player must be present when the draw is being made. If Tee off times cause anyone a problem in joining in the competitions, please bring this to the attention of the Ladies Convenor.
Score Cards: All score cards including NIL returns must be placed in the card box in the ladies changing room.
In the Event of level scores: All level scores will be decided on a card count back.
Course closure on competition day: If the course is closed for any part of the day, which has resulted in any player wishing to play, not able to start or complete their round, the competition will be cancelled and rescheduled.
Prizes: Golf prizes are as follows: (Depending on number taking part) 1 st £2 in goods
Golf prizes are payable in golf goods from the shop or can be converted to vouchers at any time. Contact Ladies Convenor.