36 hole competition for the West of Scotland Boys Strokeplay Championship on Monday 9th July 2018.
The players returning the 16 best aggregate scratch totals will contest the: the West of Scotland Matchplay Championship at Dullatur Golf Club on Tuesday 10th and Wednesday 11th July 2018.
Scroll down for on-line entry form. Closing date for entries Sunday 24th June 2018.
Dullatur Golf Club
Glen Douglas Drive
Tel: 01236 723 230
THE WEST OF SCOTLAND BOYS STROKEPLAY CHAMPIONSHIP
RULES OF COMPETITION
1 The competition will be open to Amateur golfers, as defined by the R & A, who have a current active CONGU handicap not exceeding 12, which must be correctly certified on the entry form and who are members of clubs affilliated to the Ayrshire, Dumbartonshire, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Renfrewshire and Stirlingshire areas of the SGL.
2 The competition will be played in accordance with the Rules Of Golf as approved by the R & A and in accordance with the local rules of the venue, as agreed by the championship committee. It shall comprise 36 holes strokeplay taking place over one day. The winner of the championship shall be the competitor who returns the lowest scratch score for 36 holes.
3 The Dumbartonshire Golf Union Executive, to whom all disputes will be referred and whose decision will be final, will manage the competition. The Championship Committee reserve the right to ammend the Conditions of The Championship.
4 The number of entries will be limited to 69 and The Committee reserve the right to ballot out entries in excess of this figure. All entries are subject to the approval of The Committee who reserve the right to accept or reject any entry without assigning a reason for doing so, and may call for the production of a birth certificate of any competitor either before or during The Championship.
5 Entrants must be under 18 at 0001 hours on 1st January of the year of competition.
6 Entry forms must be returned no later than the advertised closing date, addressed to :-
John Struthers, DGU Secretary, 8 Alston Gardens, Bearsden, Glasgow G61 4RZ and must be accomanied by the relevant entry fee. No late entries or telephone entries will be accepted. The entry fee will not be refunded after the draw is published.
7 The winner shall be the competitor who returns the lowest gross score over 36 holes and shall hold The Trophy for one year. Scratch and Handicap prize vouchers will be awarded to the leading competitors as determined by The Committee.
8 In the event of a tie after 36 holes the championship shall be decided by a ‘Sudden Death’ play off over holes nominated by the committee. Ties for other places will be decided by the ‘countback’ system i.e. best 2nd round, last 9, 6, 3 etc.
9 Caddies are not allowed
10 Competitors are required to obey club rules regarding dress both on the course and in the clubhouse.
11 Distance Measuring Devices – a player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only. If during a stipulated round a player uses a distance measuring device that is designed to gauge or measure other conditions that might affect his play (e.g. gradient, wind speed, temperature etc., the player is in breach of rule 14-3, for which the penalty is disqualification, regardless of whether any such function is actually used.
THE WEST OF SCOTLAND BOYS MATCHPLAY CHAMPIONSHIP
RULES OF COMPETITION
A The qualifiers for the Matchplay Championship will be the 16 players with the lowest aggregate scores in the Strokeplay Championship. Unavailable players may be substituted by the next eligible player prior to the start of the championship. Competitors will play off over 18 holes Matchplay on the advertised dates. In the event of a match being tied after 18 holes the match will be decided over extra holes on a ‘sudden death’ basis.
B Prize vouchers will be awarded as determined by The Committee and the winner shall hold the trophy for one year.
C Dumbartonshire Golf Union will manage the competition. All other rules are as detailed above for the strokeplay championship.
John Struthers DGU Secretary – Tel: 07740 141176 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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