The Area Team Championship for The Wylie Trophy and the qualifying rounds for the Scottish Club Championship will be played in conjunction with the Medal Play Championship.
Clubs are invited to enter a team of 3 players who will also compete individually in the Medal Play Championship.
The winners of the Wylie Trophy in 2017 were Balmore Golf Club.
The winners in 2016 were also Balmore Golf Club who went on to win the Scottish Club Championship and finished 2nd in the European Championship.
The Scratch Competition will take place on Sunday 1st July 2018 over 36 holes, under medal conditions and in accordance with local rules at Clydebank & District Golf Club.
Information and Conditions of Competitions
- Team Championship for the Wylie Trophy – Lowest 72 hole aggregate, 2 out of 3 scores counting, highest scores from morning and afternoon rounds being discarded. The Scottish Club Championship will be played at a venue and date to be advised.
- The event is open to bona-fide member of clubs within the County having a CONGU handicap of 10 or less. For this event entrants will be accepted under the age of 18 provided they hold a CONGU handicap of 5 or less. The Entry will be limited to 81 players and the Championship Committee reserve the right to return the entries of the highest handicap entrants.
- Entry Fee £15 for the Team Championship to be paid by Club who are asked to nominate 3 players who have entered Medal Play Championship as their team.
- Entries must be returned no later than Wednesday 20th June 2018 to John Struthers, DGU Secretary, 8 Alston Gardens, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61 4RZ, together with the entry fee of £20, cheques and postal orders should be made payable to Dumbartonshire Golf Union (do not send cash by post). The draw will be posted on the website, www.dgu.org.uk, notification will be sent to each individual player by email advising him of his starting time. Competitors are asked to book in at least 15 minutes before start time.
- There will be prizes, the number and value of which will be at the discretion of the Executive, having regard to the number of competitors, equality of score and any other significant factor. In the event of a tie for the Medal Play Championship and other places the best second round score will decide and if still a tie then the best last nine holes and so on (9,6,3,1)
- Any dispute will be referred to the Executive whose decision will be final
- The use of distance measuring devices is permitted.
- Competitors are required to observe the dress rules of the host clubs.
John Struthers DGU Secretary – Tel: 07740 141176 – Email: email@example.com
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