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Top Tracer Driving Range Open to the Public

Wednesday 12th June 2024

The range comprises 14 floodlit bays (9 covered Toptracer bays and 5 none Toptracer bays in the open), and a target area that will cater for the 300+yd "big-hitters".
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Lady Captain Skydive for Charity

Thursday 4th April 2024

My 'piece de resistance' for the year will be a tandem skydive on Friday 6th September with the Black Knights at Cockerham. This is sure to test my aerodynamic skills and structural health....
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Ladies Competitions

Ladies competitions run throughout the year, including opens, fun competitions and team matches. To view when they are please view the Ladies Diary - clicking on a competition will take you to more information about the format and the rules.

LADIES RECENT COMPETITIONS

Club Fundraiser Comp Saturday 6th July 2024
Lady Captains Charity Day Thursday 23rd May 2024
Ladies Open Saturday 30th September 2023
Ladies Invitation Saturday 29th July 2023
Presidents Fundraiser Saturday 8th July 2023
Mixed Team Open Monday 29th May 2023
Lady Captain's Charity Team Open Thursday 25th May 2023
Ladies Autumn 14 Hole Open Saturday 24th September 2022
Ladies Invitation Saturday 30th July 2022
Ladies Charity Cup 2021 - Topping Trophy Saturday 4th September 2021
3 Ladies team event (2 to score) Thursday 24th September 2020

LADIES UPCOMING COMPETITIONS

There are no competitions currently scheduled

Here are some quick links to other ladies competition information on the website:

This is the current World Handicap Index (WHI) Listing for all lady members - please check with the Profesional to confirm whether you have 8 qualifying competition scores to allow entry into certain competitions and knockouts.

This is a singles knockout matchplay with your WHI and 100% of the course Handicap. Each player must have a club handicap. (i.e. 8 competition cards). Allowance is the full difference between the handicaps of the players. Max playing handicap is 40. The first round losers may then be entered in the Plate Competition, (depending on numbers) again same format as the Main Draw.

This is a doubles (better ball) knockout matchplay competition with your WHI and 100% of the course Handicap. Each player must have a club handicap. (i.e. 8 competition cards). Allowance is the full difference between the player with the lowest handicap and the handicaps of the other players - the player with the lowest handicap has no shots. Max playing handicap is 40. 

This is a Foursomes knockout match play competition that runs throughout the season. Each pair must comprise of one lady member and one gentleman member, each with a club handicap. (i.e. 8 competition cards). Play is to be as per the Foursomes format, i.e. alternate strokes. Ladies will play from the red blocks and gents from the white stones, the order of play off the first tee being the players’ choice. The handicap limits are 24 for men and 40 for ladies. The handicap allowance is 1/2 difference of the aggregate handicaps of each side. 

CLUB KNOCKOUT COMPETITION RULES

The knockout entry fee must be paid before the draw is made.  In order to ensure that the competition is completed on time, it is important that each round is completed by the due date published on the draw sheet.  It is the responsibility of the first named pair in each tie to contact the second named pair in order to arrange a suitable time and date to play the match.  However, if the second pair have not been contacted, then they should assume some responsibility and attempt to contact the first named pair.  If no suitable date can be found then the match will be played on the final day allowed. The relevant player(s) will report to the Club Professional’s shop at 5.00 pm on the day and play will commence as and when the first tee becomes free. Should only one team/player turn up they may claim the match.   There will be no extensions granted , therefore if the match is not played or claimed as above, both teams will be ‘scratched’ and a bye awarded.

In the event of the match being all square after completion of eighteen holes play, the match will be decided by a ‘sudden-death’ play-off, handicap strokes to be taken as per the first eighteen holes of play.

Sunday 21st July

No results have yet been published

Please contact Chris Wren (cbwren@googlemail.com) if you want to add or change anything to this page




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