(Men's Amateur 36 hole Scratch Medal), Handicap Limit 5
Open to Members of affiliated Golf Clubs who are 25 years of age and over as at 1st January 2018. Entries will close at 2pm on Tuesday 29th May (the Start Sheet will be sent by email on 7th June). There will be a handicap ballot if over-subscribed. Entry fee £97.50.
The winner will be the Competitor returning the lowest scratch medal score over 36 holes.
In the event of a tie for the Silver Trophy, there will be a "sudden death" play off but all other ties will be decided on a countback.
Prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd places over 36 holes and best morning and afternoon rounds.
The Committee reserves the right to refuse any entry without giving a reason and to replace from the waiting list any player scratching from the Competition or who fails to be on the tee at the appropriate starting time. The Committee will rule on any dispute which may arise and its decision shall be final.
Entry fees will not be refunded unless a replacement player can be found.
Competitors requiring Caddies are asked to book direct with the Caddie Master on 01932 858175.
Morning coffee & bacon roll, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided for all competitors.
Players incorrectly dressed will be asked to purchase suitable items from the Pro Shop.
COURSE: Men wearing acceptable tailored shorts, when in the clubhouse, its environs and on the course, are required to wear either knee length socks of any colour or WHITE socks of any length.
Not permitted: Collarless/sleeveless shirts, T-shirts, denim jeans/jackets, tracksuits,
cargo shorts/trousers or training shoes. Caddies to abide by the same code.
LUNCH: Smart casual, no golf shoes.
PRIZEGIVING: Competitors are expected to change for prizegiving after their 2nd round (smart casual).
PRACTICE ROUNDS can be pre-booked at a concessionary rate of £75.00/round (our normal green fee is £165 for 18 holes). Weekdays only, subject to availability.
For all play at this course, a player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only. If, during a stipulated round, a player uses a distance-measuring device that is designed to gauge or measure other conditions that might affect his play (eg gradient, wind speed, temperature, etc), the player is in breach of Rule 14.3, for which the penalty is disqualification, regardless of whether any such additional function is actually used.