Hallamshire Golf Club , 14 - 18 May 2017

English Senior Women's Amateur Championship

South Staffs

Competition Summary

Stage One: Stroke Play - Monday 14 & Tuesday 15 - 36 holes stroke play played over two days.

Stage Two: Match Play

Wendy Taylor Salver (Flight 1) - The players with the 32 lowest scores after the stroke play rounds shall qualify for the Championship Match Flight.

Ann Howard Trophy (Flight 2) - The players with the 16 lowest scores after the stroke play rounds, who are over the age of 60 on the first day of the Championship. (Players over the age of 60 on the first day of the Championship will be eligible to enter either Flight 1 or Flight 2 of the match play stages). The match play stages of the competition will take place over Wednesday 16–Friday 18:

Wednesday 16: Flight 1 (Top 32) - Flight 2 (Top 16)

Thursday 17: Flight 1 (Top 16 am & Top 8 pm) - Flight 2 (Top 8 am & Semi Finals pm)

Friday 18: Flight 1 (Semi Finals am & Finals pm) - Flight 2 (Finals pm)

Matchplay and Strokeplay draws are currently being produced and will be published shortly. These will be published via the notice board, website, via an E-Mail or by calling the Championship Office on 07793 243 071.Championship Update
Due to the adverse weather over the past 48 hours the Course Manager and Club in consultation with our Committee have advised that we will be unable to play any golf today. The Course is currently totally flooded and the indifferent weather forecast over the next few hours would not allow time to complete a further 18 holes qualification for Flight 1 and Flight 2 today.
Consequently, The Championship committee have re-structured the format of the Championship to reflect the current course conditions and forecasted weather between now and the end of Friday.
Qualification for Flight 1 and Flight 2 will be via Round 1 scores from yesterdays completed round. We will then revert to the original schedule and tee times planned for Thursday and Friday. Flight 1 last 16 matchplay will start from 8am tomorrow and Flight 2 strokeplay from 9:15am.
Flight 1 will comprise of the leading 16 hole gross scores, however given the conditions there will now not be an opportunity for a play-off for those tied for 16th place, so we will revert to countback.
Flight 2 comprises of 17th - 64th place (countback applies) playing 18 holes tomorrow and 18 holes on Friday.
Matchplay and Strokeplay draws are currently being produced and will be published shortly. These will be published via the notice board, website, via an E-Mail or by calling the Championship Office on 07793 243 071.Championship Update
Due to the adverse weather over the past 48 hours the Course Manager and Club in consultation with our Committee have advised that we will be unable to play any golf today. The Course is currently totally flooded and the indifferent weather forecast over the next few hours would not allow time to complete a further 18 holes qualification for Flight 1 and Flight 2 today.
Consequently, The Championship committee have re-structured the format of the Championship to reflect the current course conditions and forecasted weather between now and the end of Friday.
Qualification for Flight 1 and Flight 2 will be via Round 1 scores from yesterdays completed round. We will then revert to the original schedule and tee times planned for Thursday and Friday. Flight 1 last 16 matchplay will start from 8am tomorrow and Flight 2 strokeplay from 9:15am.
Flight 1 will comprise of the leading 16 hole gross scores, however given the conditions there will now not be an opportunity for a play-off for those tied for 16th place, so we will revert to countback.
Flight 2 comprises of 17th - 64th place (countback applies) playing 18 holes tomorrow and 18 holes on Friday.
Matchplay and Strokeplay draws are currently being produced and will be published shortly. These will be published via the
notice board, website, via an E-Mail or by calling the Championship Office on 07793 243 071.

Host Venue

Host Venue

Hallamshire is noted as one of just 400 heather-clad heathland golf courses in the UK by the Sports Turf Research Institute, which describes the course as “prestigious, challenging and attractive”.

Designed by the famous Harry Colt and a member of the Colt Courses collection, Hallamshire is characterised by large pockets of heather, gorse and bilberries which are being encouraged by an ongoing woodland and grassland management programme. The acidic, peaty soil produces beautifully conditioned fairways and firm, true greens under the watchful eye of course manager Gordon Brammah.

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