Competition Rules

Captain Black Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stroke play competition over 18holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps: Played in tandem with May Monthly Medal, entry is restricted to male monthly medal winners as identified by the competitions committee. All competitors must hold an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry: via entry sheet on the club notice board. No entry fees are applicable but all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1&7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted,Rule6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driverheads; as per Rules of Golf (pages137&138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed, will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Captain Black Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

 

Centenary Salver

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stableford competition over 18h oles commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid failing which your name will again be withdrawn.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice;PermittedstrictlyinlinewithRULESofGolf7.1&7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted,Rule6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driverheads ; as per Rules of Golf (pages137&138 )and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Salver and prize awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the Salver is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Challingsworth Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stroke play competition over 18 holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all Male members over the age of 60 with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1 & 7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above. 

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Challingworth Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Chinn Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stroke play competition over 18holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all male members with an active handicap of 24 or less. Members with handicaps higher than 24 may enter but must play off 24. Under Rule 6.2 it is the players responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board.Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on club notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice;Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1&7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted,Rule6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driverheads; as per Rules of Golf (pages137&138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above. 

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Chinn Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Clarke Salver

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Mixed family/live in partner foursomes stroke play competition played over 18 holes under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all Male and female members with active handicaps. Half aggregate handicap of partners is applied. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record the correct handicap(s) on the scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be paid in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should either player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off the pairing will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid by both players. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification of the pairing.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 4 ball grouping Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club mixed board. Payer responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1 & 7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

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10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Clarke Salver and prize vouchers awarded to winners with prize vouchers for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared. 

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Cooper Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Fourball match play competition over 18 holes {or proportion thereof}, commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap of 24 or less. Members with handicaps higher than 24 may enter but must play off 24. Difference of 3⁄4 between handicaps to be used.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be placed in the Competitions Entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Start times; Mutually agreed confined to weekends. Rule 6.3 & 30.3 applies

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1 and & 7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted strictly in line with Rule6.4

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rules of Golf 27.1

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp: //. randa.org).

  9. List of conforming golf balls;is in the Rules of Golf (page138)and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices/mobile phone apps: Use strictly In line with NWGC Local rules.

11. Pace of play: In line with Rules of Golf 6.7, both players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play at all times.

12.Suspension and Resumption of play; In line with NWGC local rules.

13.Doubt as to procedure, disputes & claims; Rule of Golf 2.5 applies.

14.Format: Run on a league basis with 2 points for a win, 1 for a half before moving to a knock out. The knock out stage is played in rounds through to final. In the event that a match is all square after 18 holes the match must continue commencing on the 1st hole, until a hole is won (sudden death) in all rounds

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with Rules of Golf 2.3. Cooper Cup and prize vouchers awarded to winners with prize vouchers for second place.

Issued 01/04/2014 

Corbett Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Greensomes stroke play competition played over 18 holes under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules. Partners are compiled by the competitions secretary on the basis of high low handicap.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap of 24 or less. Members with handicaps higher than 24 may enter but must play off 24. Half aggregate playing handicap of partners is applied. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record the correct handicap(s) on the scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should either player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off the pairing will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid by both players. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification of the pairing.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 4 ball grouping, shot gun start. Players allocated as waiting must not switch position to tee off first. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1 & 7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Corbett Cup and prize vouchers awarded to winners with prize vouchers for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Currall Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual Stableford competition over 18 holes, off the Yellow Tees, played in conjunction with the May Exclusives Stableford under R & A rules and NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; open to male members aged 60 or over who finished 1st, 2nd or 3rd in an Exclusives monthly stableford in the previous calendar year and who have an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the players responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; as advised by the Competition Secretary on the Exclusives notice board. There is no entry fee for the Currall Cup. All annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition date must have been paid failing which the players name will be withdrawn.

  4. Groupings and Start Times; 2/3 grouping shot gun start. Players allocated as waiting must not switch position to tee off first. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1 & 7.2.

  6. Caddies; Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 6.4.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp;//randa.org).

  9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; all players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with E G Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension / Resumption of play; in line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightening should be made by a Competition Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules incidents / doubts as to procedure; (No referee appointed). Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose decision is binding.

14. Scorecard / No returns; Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretaries office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification.

15 Result / Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 32.1b and in the event of a tie the cup is shared. Prize vouchers will be awarded to the 1st and 2nd.

Curtis Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Texas scramble over 18 holes from yellow tees played under R&A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules where not at variance under this form of play. Each player to have 4 counting drives, one of which must be on a par 3 hole. Where a ball selected for play lies on a closely mown area, other team members must place within six inches, no nearer the hole than where the selected ball lay. In all other cases with the exception of the putting green of the hole being played, team members must drop a ball as near as possible no nearer the hole than where the selected ball lay. The hole is completed when any player holes out.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to male members age of 60+ with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on the scorecard before submitting. 1/10th the combined handicap total will be given.

  3. Method of entry; via entry sheet on the Exclusive notice board. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the Professionals shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on his allocated first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 4 ball grouping, shot gun start. Players allocated as waiting must not switch position to tee off first. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1 & 7.2.

  6. Caddies; permitted. Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

   8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; all players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play in line with Rule 6.7.

12. Suspension / Resumption of play; in line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightening should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules incidents / doubts as to procedure; Any incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard / No return; immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the Secretaries office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification.

15. Result / Prize awards; result determined in accordance with rule 3.1. In the event of a tie the cup will be shared. Prizes will be given to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. 

 

Finney Salver

Conditions of Competition

1. Type of Play; Mixed foursomes match play competition over 18 holes {or proportion thereof}, commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  1. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all Male & Female members with active handicaps. Half the difference between the aggregate handicaps of each side is applied.

  2. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be placed in the Competitions Entry box by the pro shop at the same time of entering. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid by both players. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification of the pairing.

  3. Start times; To commence after 1st April for round 1 and must be completed by the due date shown on the notice board failing which all players will be disqualified unless one side is found to be at fault. It is the responsibility of the first named pairing to arrange a suitable/agreed date and time for play. In the case of injury discretion may be given by the Competitions Secretary or a substitute can be used. In the case of substitution through injury the new player must play off his or her own handicap or that of the original player whichever is lower. Rules 6.3 applies.

  4. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1 and & 7.2

  5. Caddies; Permitted.

  6. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rules of Golf 27.1

  7. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp: //. randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices/mobile phone apps: Use strictly In line with NWGC Local rules.

11. Pace of play: In line with Rules of Golf 6.7, all players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play at all times.

12. Suspension and Resumption of play; In line with NWGC local rules.

13. Doubt as to procedure, disputes & claims; Rule of Golf 2.5 applies.

14. Result tied; In the event that the match is all square after 18 holes the match must continue, commencing on the 1st hole, until a hole is won (sudden death) in all rounds except the final when a further 18 holes (or proportion thereof), commencing on the 1st hole, must be played. In the final, the extra 18 holes can be played on the original day or any other date whichever is agreed between the players as long as it is completed by the competition end date.

15.Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with Rules of Golf 2.3. Finney Salver and prize voucher awarded to winners with prize vouchers for second place.

Issued 01/04/2014

Frank Lewis Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play;Foursomes matchplay competition over 18 holes {or proportion thereof}, commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap of 24 or less with a draw for partners. Members with handicaps higher than 24 may enter but must play off 24. Half the difference between the aggregate handicaps of each side is applied.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be placed in the Competitions Entry box by the pro shop at the same time of entering. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid by both players. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification of the pairing.

  4. Start times; To commence after 1st April for round 1 and must be completed by the due date shown on the notice board failing which all players will be disqualified unless one side is found to be at fault. It is the responsibility of the first named pairing to arrange a suitable/agreed date and time for play. In the case of injury discretion may be given by the Competitions Secretary or a substitute can be used. In the case of substitution through injury the new player must play off his own handicap or that of the original player whichever is lower. Rules 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1 and & 7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rules of Golf 27.1

8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp: //. randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices/mobile phone apps: Use strictly In line with NWGC Local rules.

11. Pace of play: In line with Rules of Golf 6.7, all players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play at all times.

12.Suspension and Resumption of play; In line with NWGC local rules.

13.Doubt as to procedure, disputes & claims; Rule of Golf 2.5 applies.

14.Result tied; In the event that the match is all square after 18 holes the match must continue, commencing on the 1st hole, until a hole is won (sudden death) in all rounds except the final when a further 18 holes (or proportion thereof), commencing on the 1st hole, must be played. In the final, the extra 18 holes can be played on the original day or any other date whichever is agreed between the players as long as it is completed by the competition end date.

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with Rules of Golf 2.3. Frank Lewis Cup and prize voucher awarded to winners with prize vouchers for second place.

Issued 01/04/2014 

Ganley Scratch Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual match play competition over18 holes in all rounds up to final which is over 36 holes, holes {or proportion thereof} , played from the 1st tee under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap. Scratch Competition, No handicap allowance applicable.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be placed in the Competitions Entry box by the pro shop at the same time of entering. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Start times; To commence after 1st April for round 1 and must be completed by the due date shown on the notice board failing which both players will be disqualified unless one player is found to be at fault. It is the responsibility of the first named player to arrange a suitable/agreed date and time for play. In the case of injury discretion may be given by the Competitions Secretary. Rules 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1 and & 7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted strictly in line with Rule of Golf 6.4.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rules of Golf 27.1

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp: //. randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is int he Rules of Golf (page138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices/mobile phone apps: Use strictly In line with NWGC Local rules.

11. Pace of play: In line with Rules of Golf 6.7, both players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play at all times.

12.Suspension and Resumption of play; In line with NWGC local rules.

13.Doubt as to procedure, disputes & claims; Rule of Golf 2.5 applies.

14.Format/Result Tied; Seeded draw on the basis of highest and lowest actual handicaps. In the event that a match is all square after 18 / 36 holes the match must continue commencing on the 1st hole, until a hole is won (sudden death) for all rounds.

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with Rules of Golf 2.3. Ganley Scratch Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place.

Issued 01/04/2014 

 

Gibbs Centenary Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual Stableford competition over 18 holes commencing on the 1st tee, yellow tees, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all Male members 60 or over with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry: via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1 & 7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads: as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be refereed to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; ; result determined in accordance with the rule 32.1b. Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014

Gordon Paterson

Conditions of Competition

1. Type of Play; Mixed Texas scramble over 18 holes from yellow/red tees played under R&A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules where not at variance under this form of play. Ladies receive 1 courtesy shot. Each player to have 4 counting drives, one of which must be on a par 3 hole. Where a ball selected for play lies on a closely mown area, other team members must place within six inches, no nearer the hole than where the selected ball lay. In all other cases with the exception of the putting green of the hole being played, team members must drop a ball as near as possible no nearer the hole than where the selected ball lay. The hole is completed when any player holes out. Mixed Teams only, when men play the 7th hole, ladies must play the 16th hole and vice versa.

2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all Male and female members with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  1. Method of Entry; On the club notice board. Entry fees must be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a team fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, it will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification of the team.

  2. Groupings & Start Times; 4 ball grouping, shot gun start. Players allocated as waiting must not switch position to tee off first. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  3. Practice; Permitted.

  4. Caddies; Permitted.

  5. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility

prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy.

8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents; All rules incidents must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; Gordon Paterson Trophy and prize voucher awarded to the winners with prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

 

Hodgkinson Cup

Conditions of competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stableford competition over 15 holes, off Yellow Tees, played in conjunction with the June Exclusives Stableford and under R & A rules and NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; open to all male members 60+ with an active handicap.

  3. Method of Entry; Via the Exclusives notice board. There is no entry fee for the Hodgkinson Cup All annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition date must have been paid failing which he will be disqualified.

  4. Groupings and Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping, shot gun start. Players allocated as waiting must not switch position to tee off first. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1 and 7.2.

  6. Caddies; permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 6.4.

  7. Transportation; buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride or have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rules of Golf 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) as is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

  9. List of conforming golf balls; as per Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of Play; all players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed by

the competitions committee, shall be in line with E. G. Referee’s Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension and Resumption of play; In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightening should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules incidents / doubts as to procedure; (No referee appointed). Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under Rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose decision is binding.

14. Scorecard / No Returns; Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the Secretaries Office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed or partially completed card will result in disqualification.

15. Result / Prize awards; result determined in accordance with Rules of Golf 32.1b. Hodgkinson Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Howitt Bowl/ Baker Salver

Conditions of Competition

1. Type of Play; Howitt Bowl male Individual gross stroke play, Baker Salver male individual handicap Stroke play, played in tandem. Both competitions played over 36 holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  1. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all male applicants with a handicap of 6 or less. Should the competitions committee allow an applicant to play with a higher handicap he must play of a handicap of 6. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  2. Method of Entry: via application form. Entry fees must be paid prior to ≠the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified.

  3. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 balls, times allocated as on the official start sheet produced by the competitions committee. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  4. Practice;PermittedstrictlyinlinewithRULESofGolf7.1&7.2

  5. Caddies;Permitted,Rule6.4applies.

  6. Transportation;Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must register for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  7. List of conforming driverheads; as per Rules of Golf (pages137&138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; In accordance with the Rules of Golf (rule 3.1). In the event of a tie effecting the Howitt Bowl after 36 holes there will be a 4 hole playoff (1,9,10 and 18). The lowest total gross score winning. In the event of a further tie there will be a sudden death playoff over the same 4 holes. Howitt Bowl and prize awarded to winner with a prizes for second and third place. The result of the Baker Salver to be determined in accordance with the rule 3.1 and if the same then by the back 9, back 6, back3, back 2 or back 1. Salver and prize awarded to winner with a prize for second place. In the event of a tie the Baker Salver is shared. A one prize policy applies of the higher monetary value.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Junior Centenary Salver

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stroke play competition over 18 holes, played in conjunction with Junior Generation Cup commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all junior members of NWGC with an active handicap of 54 or less. Under Rule 6.2 it is the players responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; via the entry sheet on the juniors notice board. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the juniors notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice;Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1&7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation;Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driverheads; as per Rules o fGolf (pages137&138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Junior Centenary Salver and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the Salver is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Junior Generation Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual gross stroke play competition over 18 holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all past and present junior members of NWGC.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the juniors notice board. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the juniors notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1 & 7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Junior Generation Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner, with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Mid Week Stableford

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stableford competition over18 holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules. The window for play is anytime between the Sunday to Friday following the Monthly Stableford competition.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps;Open to all Male members with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; Entry fees must be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3/4 ball groupings permitted with start times self selected during the window for play.

  5. Practice;Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1&7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted,Rule6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation;Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driverheads; as per Rules of Golf (pages137&138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 32.1b and if the same then by the back 9, back 6, back3, back 2 or back 1.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Mid Week Medal

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stroke play competition over 18 holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules. The window for play is anytime between the Sunday to Friday following the Monthly Medal competition.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; Entry fees must be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3/4 ball groupings permitted with start times self selected during the window for play.

  5. Practice;Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1&7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted,Rule6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation;Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driverheads; as per Rules of Golf (pages137&138 )and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1 and if the same then by the back 9, back 6, back3, back 2 or back 1. Prizes for 1st,2nd and third based on number of entrants.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Monthly Medal

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stroke play competition over 18 holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1 & 7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1 and if the same then by the back 9, back 6, back3, back 2 or back 1. Competition spilt into 2 divisions with prize vouchers awarded to the top 3 in each division. In the event of a tie then the prize is shared.

16. Winter Period: Monthly medals played during this period may be split into 2 separate competitions, Am & Pm. where weather conditions such as morning frost prevail. Results obtained from such medals will not qualify for the Order of Merit, Parry Cup or Moggs – Wright Salver.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Monthly Stableford

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual Stableford competition over 18holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry: via entry sheet on the club noticeboard.Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice;Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1&7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted,Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driverheads: as per Rules of Golf (pages137&138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be refereed to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; Result determined in accordance with the rule 32.1b and if the same then by the back 9, back 6, back3, back 2 or back 1. Competition spilt into 2 divisions with prize vouchers awarded to the top 3 in each division. In the event of a tie then the prize is shared.

16. Winter Period: Monthly Stablefords played during this period may be split into 2 separate competitions, Am & Pm where weather conditions such as morning frost prevail. Results obtained from such competitions will not qualify for the Order of Merit or Thornley cup.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

 

Nutt Cup/Porter Salver

Conditions of Competition

1. Type of Play; Nutt Cup: Individual gross stroke play, Porter Salver: handicap Stroke play played in tandem. Both competitions played over 36 holes over 2 days, commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules. After 18 holes there will be a cut with the best 30 Gross and the next best 6 Nett (not already included) playing the final 18 holes. Players who have qualified will be notified by telephone.

Eligibility/Handicaps ;Open to all Male members with an active handicap of 24 or less. Members with handicaps higher than 24 may enter but must play off 24. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

Method of Entry: via entry sheet on the club noticeboard.Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or be placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club notice board for the first round only. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

Practice;Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1&7.2 Caddies; Permitted, Rule6.4 applies.

Transportation;Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

8. List of conforming driverheads; as per Rules of Golf (pages137&138 )and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; In accordance with the Rules of Golf (rule 3). In the event of a tie effecting the Nutt Cup after 36 holes there will be a 4 hole playoff (1,9,10 and 18). The lowest total gross score winning. In the event of a further tie there will be a sudden death playoff over the same 4 holes. Nutt Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with prize vouchers for second and third place. The result of the Porter Salver to be determined in accordance with the rule 3.1. Porter Salver and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the slaver is shared. The winner of the Nutt Cup is deemed to be the club champion for the year.

NWGC Senior Open

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual Stableford competition over 18 holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to Male applicants age 55 or over as on the day of the event, with an active CONGU handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry: Via the club notice board or by completed application form. In both cases entry fees must be paid on application

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping as on the official starter sheet. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1 & 7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads: as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be refereed to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; Result determined in accordance with the rule 32.1b and if the same then by the back 9, back 6, back3, back 2 or back 1. Competition spilt into 2 divisions, age 55 to 65 & 66+ with prize vouchers awarded to the top 6 in each division. In the event of a tie then the prize is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Open Texas Scramble

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Mixed Texas scramble over 18 holes from White/Red tees played under R&A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules where not at variance under this form of play. Ladies receive 1 courtesy shot. Each player to have 4 counting drives, one of which must be on a par 3 hole. Where a ball selected for play lies on a closely mown area, other team members must place within six inches, no nearer the hole than where the selected ball lay. In all other cases with the exception of the putting green of the hole being played, team members must drop a ball as near as possible no nearer the hole than where the selected ball lay. The hole is completed when any player holes out. Mixed Teams only, when men play the 7th hole, ladies must play the 16th hole and vice versa.

   2. Eligibility / Handicaps; Open to all Male and female applicants with an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

   3. Method of Entry; Via completed entry form. Entry fees must be at the time of application. No refunds after (X) period. Should a team fail to pay an entry fee prior to teeing off on the first tee, it will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification of the team.

   4. Groupings & Start Times; 4 ball grouping, shot gun start. Players allocated as waiting must not switch position to tee off first. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

   5. Practice; Permitted.

   6. Caddies; Permitted.

   7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy.

   8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

  9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents; All rules incidents must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 3.1 and if the same then by the back 9, back 6, back3, back 2 or back 1.Prize vouchers awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd team places. In the event of a tie then the prize is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

Over 75’s Cup

Conditions of Competition

    1. Type of Play; Individual stableford competition over 18 holes, off yellow tees played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  1. Eligibility / Handicaps; open to all male Exclusives aged 75 or over with an active handicap and played in conjunction with an Exclusive monthly stableford. Under rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  2. Method of Entry; via the entry sheet on the Exclusives notice board. There is no entrance fee for the Over 75’s Cup. All annual subscriptions or proportion thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will mean disqualification.

  3. Groupings & Start Times; ; 2&3 ball grouping, shot gun start. Players allocated as waiting must not switch position to tee off first. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  4. Practice; permitted strictly in line with rules of golf 7.1 & 7.2.

  5. Caddies; permitted. Rule 6.4 applies.

  6. Transportation; buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  7. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

  8. List of conforming golf balls; is in the rules of golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

  9. Use of distance measuring device / mobile phone apps; use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

  1. Pace of play; all players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play at all times in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with E G Referee Manual guidelines.

  2. Suspension / Resumption of play; in line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightening should be made by a Competition Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the Professional may make such a decision.

  3. Rules incidents / doubts as to procedure; (No referee appointed). Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competitions Secretary prior too submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

  4. Scorecard / No Return; immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competition Returns Box located within the Secretaries office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification.

14. Result / Prize Award; result determined in accordance with Rules of Golf 32.1b. Over 75’s Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared. 

 

Parkinson Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; pairs Greensome stableford competition over 18 holes off yellow tees, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules where not at variance under this form of play. Both players drive from each teeing ground then a single ball is selected. Then on after Rule 29, foursomes is applicable.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; open to all male Exclusives members aged 60 or over who have an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record their correct handicap on their scorecard prior to submitting.

  3. Method of Entry; Via exclusives notice board with draw for partners. Entry fees must be paid to the Professional or placed in the Competitions entry box by the pro shop prior to the commencement of play. All annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition date must have been paid failing which the players name will be withdrawn.

  4. Groupings and Start Times; 4 ball grouping, shot gun start. Players allocated as waiting must not switch position to tee off first. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice;Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1&7.2.

  6. Caddies;Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 6.4.

  7. Transportation;Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driverheads; as pe rues of Golf (pages137& 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp;//randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; all players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play in line with Rule 6.7.

12. Suspension / Resumption of play; in line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any reason other than lightening should be made by a Competition Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules incidents / doubts as to procedure; Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose decision is binding.

14. Scorecard / No returns; Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretaries office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification.

15. Result / Prize awards; result determined in accordance with Rules of Golf 32.1b. Parkinson Cup and prize vouchers awarded to winners with a prize vouchers for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared. 

Radmore Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual match play competition over 18holes {or proportion thereof}, commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility/Handicaps; Open to all Male members with an active handicap of 24 or less. Members with handicaps higher than 24 may enter but must play off 24. Full difference between handicaps of players to be used.

  3. Method of Entry; via entry sheet on the club notice board. Entry fees must be placed in the Competitions Entry box by the pro shop at the same time of entering. Should a player fail to pay an entry fee he will be disqualified. In addition all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will also mean disqualification.

  4. Start times; To commence after 1st April for round 1 and must be completed by the due date shown on the notice board failing which both players will be disqualified unless one player is found to be at fault. It is the responsibility of the first named player to arrange a suitable/agreed date and time for play. In the case of injury discretion may be given by the Competitions Secretary. Rules 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with Rules of Golf 7.1 and & 7.2

  6. Caddies;Permitted.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rules of Golf 27.1

   8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp: //. randa.org).

   9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices/mobile phone apps: Use strictly In line with NWGC Local rules.

11. Pace of play: In line with Rules of Golf 6.7, both players must play without undue delay to avoid slow play at all times.

12.Suspension and Resumption of play; In line with NWGC local rules.

13.Doubt as to procedure, disputes & claims; Rule of Golf 2.5 applies.

14.Result tied; In the event that the match is all square after 18 holes the match must continue commencing on the 1st hole, until a hole is won (sudden death) in all rounds except the final when a further 18 holes (or proportion thereof), commencing on the 1st hole, must be played. In the event of a further tie after the extra 18 holes, sudden death as in early rounds applies. In the final the extra 18 holes can be played on the original day or any other date whichever is agreed between the players as long as it is completed by the competition end date.

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with Rules of Golf 2.3. Radmore Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. 

Issued 01/04/2014 

Thornley Cup

Conditions of Competition

  1. Type of Play; Individual stableford competition over 18 holes commencing on the 1st tee, played under R & A rules in conjunction with NWGC local rules.

  2. Eligibility / Handicaps: Played in tandem with May Stableford, entry is restricted to male Stableford winners as identified by the competitions committee. All competitors must hold an active handicap. Under Rule 6.2 it is the player’s responsibility to record his correct handicap on his scorecard before submitting.

  3. Method of Entry: via entry sheet on the club notice board. No entry fees are applicable but all annual subscriptions or proportions thereof due by the competition start date must have been paid. Failing to do so will mean disqualification.

  4. Groupings & Start Times; 2/3 ball grouping. Start times self selected on the starter sheet on the club notice board. Player responsibility under Rule 6.3 applies.

  5. Practice; Permitted strictly in line with RULES of Golf 7.1 & 7.2

  6. Caddies; Permitted, Rule 6.4 applies.

  7. Transportation; Buggies are allowed for valid medical reasons or other age related mobility issues. Players must be registered for this facility prior to commencement of play. A player without a valid medical condition must not ride in nor have his clubs transported in a buggy other than for the purpose of being transported back to play a ball under Rule 27.1.

  8. List of conforming driver heads; as per Rules of Golf (pages 137 & 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming heads is available on the R & A’s website (htpp://.randa.org).

9. List of conforming golf balls; is in the Rules of Golf (page 138) and is in effect. An undated list of conforming golf balls is available as above.

10. Use of distance measuring devices / mobile phone apps; Use strictly in line with NWGC local rules.

11. Pace of play; All players must play without undue delay to avoid slow in line with Rule 6.7. Pace of play, when managed will be in line with EG Referee Manual guidelines.

12. Suspension/ Resumption of play In line with NWGC local rules. The decision to suspend or resume play for any other reason other than lightning should be made by a Competitions Committee member. In the event of the above not being available then the professional may make such a decision.

13. Rules Incidents/doubts as to procedure: (No Referee Appointed) Should a doubtful situation arise and a rules committee member is not readily available without delaying play, the playing of a second ball should be invoked under rule 3.3. Any such incident must be reported to the Competition Secretary prior to submitting a scorecard. Failure to do so would mean disqualification. Any doubtful rules incident must be referred to the rules committee whose ruling is binding.

14. Scorecard /No Returns: Immediately after finishing play all scorecards must be returned to the Competitions Returns Box located within the secretary’s office. Under no circumstances will the card be returned to the player. Failure to submit a completed card or partially completed card will result in disqualification

15. Result/Prize awards; result determined in accordance with the rule 32.1b. Thornley Cup and prize voucher awarded to winner with a prize voucher for second place. In the event of a tie the cup is shared.

Issued: 01/04/2014 

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