SENIOR MEN’S AND WOMEN’S REGIONAL TOURNAMENT

The following must be read in conjunction with the England Golf“General Conditions and Rules”, “Hard Card” and other related policies applicable to all England Golf Championships, all of which can be found at www.englandgolf.org/championships

Conditions of Competition

1.    The Tournament

a)    The Tournament shall be open to amateur golfers of all nationalities.

b)    The Tournament shall consist of 36 holes of stableford played off full handicap allowance. One round of 18 holes shall be played on each of the two days. The Tournament shall be played as separate men’s and women’s competitions (with separate draws).

c)    The winner shall be the competitor who returns the highest number of stableford points over 36 holes. Ties shall be decided by applying General Condition 15b.

 

2.    Entries

a)    There will be a maximum of 120 (60 men, 60 women)competitors taken on a first come first served basis.

b)    If entries exceed 120, the next 30 entrants shall be placed on a reserve list. If such players are not subsequently offered a place or are unable to accept such an offer, entry fees will be returned. Where there are fewer than 120 and if reserves are available these shall be taken from the men/women’s reserve list, whichever is applicable.  

3.    Entry Qualification

Entrants must be:

a)    50 or over (women) or 55 and over (men) on the first day of the Tournament.

b)    In possession of a competition “c”handicap not exceeding 24.4 (women) and 20.4 (men) under the CONGU Unified Handicapping System or a comparable scheme operated by a recognised overseas Golf Union, Federation or Association. Entrants holding both a CONGU and an overseas authority’s handicap must enter the Championship using their CONGU handicap. Failure to enter in accordance with this Condition will result in entry being denied.

 

4.    Winner and Prizes

Prize vouchers shall be awarded to the top 2 best gross scores and top 2 best nett scores. In addition, prize vouchers shall also be awarded to the best day 1 score (gross & nett) and the best day 2 score (gross & nett). These prizes shall be awarded in both the male and female categories. Players may not win more than one trophy or one prize.

Seniors Regional Tournaments

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