The Sign-Up for this year's Winter Fourball Trophy is now available through the PSI Screen in the foyer and on-line at How-did-I-do. The closing date for entry is Sunday, 25th October and the draw will be made the following week with the competition commencing on the 1st November. The Rules for the Competition are attached and the entry fee, £3 each, will be deducted from each entrant's Competition Purse on the date of the draw.
Regards Bill Preston
Entry for the above competition is now available to members via the clubs competitions terminal located in the foyer, or via the internet.
This competition is scheduled to commence on the first day of November.
· Always refer to your member’s handbook for specific competition Rules;
· Rule of entry, contact telephone numbers must be provided on the knockout sheet!
· Each round must be played on or before the dates fixed by committee under penalty of disqualification;
· Responsibility for deciding the result falls equally on each party;
· Extensions of play will only be given in extreme cases (e.g. course closure). (Members are advised to play their matches as early as possible rather than waiting until the final day in order to allow for the vagaries of weather etc.)
· It is the responsibility of the first named to make contact and provide three dates (at least one must be a week end) well in advance of the round closing date;
· If these dates are not acceptable the second named contestant must provide three alternative dates (at least one being a week-end);
· If the above procedure is followed and the fixture is not completed by the closing date of the round, both parties will be disqualified;
· If this procedure is not followed by one of the parties, then that party will be disqualified;
· In the event of a tie, if a match should be all square after 18 holes the match should continue on a sudden death basis starting at the 1st hole. (Handicap strokes to be given and received in accordance with the stroke index as in normal play);
· If a final should be all square after 18/36 holes, a result is to be reached over a further 3 holes starting from the 1st hole, if still all square after these three holes then players continue on sudden death.
(Handicap strokes to be given and received in accordance with the stroke index as in normal play)