Captain’s Final 2019
The qualification for the Captain’s final will be the best two scores from the 4 qualifiers against the competition standard scratch. The top 72 players will play 36 holes medal on Saturday and Sunday 24th and 25th August. The best combined net 36 hole score will determine the winner.
President’s Final 2019
The qualifying for the Presidents Final will be the best 42 medal scores against CSS over the three qualifiers. The Final will be played over 36 holes of medal golf on Saturday 27th July 2019.
18 hole single medal round competition to be decided by the best net return.
Will be decided on the three best total gross returns in any single medal competition.
18 hole single medal round competition to be determined by best net return, open to all full members with a handicap over the age of 55.
18 hole medal competition to be decided on best net return score. Open to all full members with handicap of 11 or under on the day.
Will be decided on by the best gross score in any single medal round over the season.
18 hole single Stableford competition open to all full members with a handicap of 18 and over on the day.
18 hole single medal round competition to determine best net return score, open to all full members with a handicap of 12 – 17 inclusive on the day.
John Gilbert Masters
18 hole single medal round competition played between all winners of a competition in the previous season.
Best net aggregate return of the three qualifying rounds for the President’s Final
All birdies returned in any single weekend competition round, excluding Captain’s and President’s finals, will be counted towards the birdie leagues. Birdie Leagues will be arranged and organised by handicap category.
Singles Progressive Draw – Final to be played by closing day on arrangement by the finalists.
Pairs Progressive Draw – Final to be played by closing day on arrangement by the finalists.
Best 3 Single Stableford scores from 8 rounds to be played over the season.
Held weekly and Open to all members, full, 5-day, Lady and Junior, with Tee Times from 12.00 noon.
Please note that the competition rules state that unless a prizewinner attends the Presentation evening then their prize is forfeit. The only exception to this rule is if the prizewinner informs the Competition Secretary in writing of their inability to attend and nominates another person to collect on his behalf.
Any disputes should be reported to the Competition Secretary whose decision shall be final.
Members are reminded that when a Board Competition is in play on Sunday mornings then non-competitors are not allowed on the course.