Blackmoor Golf Club, 7 August 2017
The competition is open to girls with a “Competition” CONGU handicap, who are eligible to enter the 2017 English Girls U18, English Under 16 or English U14 Championships. In possession of a handicap not exceeding 20.4 for Under 14’s and 18.4 for Under 18’s. Each player needs to submit their six best nett scores in relation to the scratch score of the course. The competition will run from 1st March 2016 to 31st March 2017.
The Final is to be played on current handicap, with the winner to hold the Abraham Trophy for one year.
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Established in 1913, Blackmoor Golf Club has matured over the past 100 years into one of the best courses in Hampshire.
It was originally laid out by renowned golf architect Harry Colt, whose maxim was: ‘The real test of a course: is it going to live?’ Blackmoor certainly has and is one of the 43 courses featured in the 2008 book ‘Creating Classics – The Golf Courses of Harry Colt’.
The course consists of two loops of nine holes created from heathland, with fairways surrounded by heather, pine, birch and oak trees. Colt’s design principles have stood the test of time as golf is still played over sixteen holes designed by him.