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Competition

Coronation Foursomes (Qualifiers): A Foursomes Competition, choose your own partner. Winners from the club competition will go forward to the regional final.

 

Spring Trophy:  Trophy presented by Mrs F Crockett in 1994. Handicap limit 27. Open to all handicaps but players with a higher handicap must play off 27. Trophy awarded to the best nett score off 27 

 

Medal & Stableford Finals: Winner in each division to receive the Medal Finals Cup. Morning, afternoon and late afternoon play as in the qualifying rounds. Qualifiers for the Medal Finals will be the Division winners and ties of the monthly competition amd the alternate day competition, together with those competitors who play to, or better than the Competition Scratch of the day on a measured course. Winners and ties of the non-qualifying rounds will qualify for the Finals. Finalists may qualify in more that one division but must state which division they wish to play in the finals. They will not be eligible to win more than one trophy. 

 

Ping Fourball Betterball Competition: Foursomes qualifier, four ball better ball competition, run in conjunction with Ping

 

Centenary Trophy: Presented by the Ladies Section in 2001 to mark the Club's Centenary Year. Handicap Limit 30. Open to all handicaps. (Players with a higher handicap may enter but will have to play off 30) To be played as a medal round in June, as near as possible to the Centenary Anniversry. The Trophy will remain in the club house after the presentation but winner will receive money paid in the Golf Shop.

 

Stableford Cup: Presented by Mr E Pritchard in 1955. Handicap Limit 27. 18 hole stableford Competition. Open to all handicaps, but players with a higher handicap may enter but must play of 27

 

Mr Captain's Prize - Silver/Bronze: The Club Captain kindly donates a prize which usually conincides with a monthy stableford competition and Alternate Day Competition.

 

Lady Captain's Prize: The format for the day will be determined by the Ladies' Captain.

 

Enos Smith Trophy: Handicap Limit 27: Open to all handicaps but players with a higher handicap will have to play off 27. To be played over two medal rounds (36 holes) on consecutive Tuesdays. HANDICAPS WILL REAMIN THE SAME FOR BOTH WEEKS OF THE COMPETITION (under GONGU) rules. Players will play in the same playing group and have the same tee times for each round. Players in a subsidary competition will follow Enos Players on both weeks.

 

Ladies Past Captain's Trophy: Competition limited to Past Captains

 

Ladies Past President's Trophy: Competition limited to Past Presidents

 

Lady President's Prize: The format of the day will be determined by the Ladies' President

 

Lady Veterans Cup: Presented by Mr G Marsh. 18 hole Medal Competitiion. No handicap limit. Open to all Ladies who are over 55 years or over on the date of the competition.

 

LGU Breakthough Brooch : 18 hole Medal. Played off full handicap. Open to all players. LGU Brooch presented to the winner.

 

Jubilee Trophy: Presented by Mrs Eileen Whitehouse. To be played for on Ladies' Charity Day. Format to be decided by the committee. No handicap limit. Vouchers are not given. all entry fees are donated to the Ladies Captain's charity.

 

President's Cup: Presented by Mrs C Noble in 1995. There is no restriction on format of competition and no handicap limit.

 

Malcolm Lambert Trophy: A straight Par Competition. Handicap limit 27. Players with a higher handicap may enter but must play off 27.

 

Andree Wilkinson Trophy: Presented by Mrs A Wilkinson in 1991. The Trophy is played for at the Autumn Meeting. It is an 18 hole Medal Competition with a handicap limit of 27. Open to all handicaps but players with a higher handicap must play off 27 to win the Trophy.

 

Autumn Meeting: The Autumn Meeting is an 18 hole medal competition with full handicap allowance. The format for the day to be decided by the committee.

 

Scratch Trophy: Presented by Mrs G Scott Buchanan in 1985. Handicap 24. A matchplay knock-out competition. The four lowest handicaps to be the four seeds.To be played between 1 April and 30 September. (Refer to Rules and conditions)

 

Vets Scratch Cup: Presented by Mrs K Southerington. No Handicap Limit. Open to Ladies 55 years and over on the l April. A stroke play competition. The winner of the Scratch Cup will be the player with best gross three round aggregate score from five designated medal rounds, played in the summer months. Competitors need not play in all three rounds. Automatic entry. No Entry fee.

 

Marris Hunt Cup: Handicap Limit 27. Open to Players with a higher handicap, but must play off 27. To be played as a match play knock out competition. To be played between 1 April and 30 September. No seeded players. (Refer to Rules and conditions)

 

Daily Mail Foursomes: A Foursomes, match play knock-out competition. Handicap limit 30. Higher handicaps may play but must play of 30. Handicap allowance 1/2 difference between pairs. Play commences 1 April. Winners received Drakes Trophy. Winning pair will represent Newark the following year for the Daily Mail Challenge Trophy. (Refer to Rules and conditions)

 

Summer Eclectic Cup: Presented by Mrs M Page. Handicap limit 27. Open to higher handicaps but must play of 27. To be played between 1 April and 30 September. To be played on Tuesday's only and in conjuction with an official competition. No return cards will still count for the Electic and must be marked "Eclectic only" 1/2 handicap deducted at the close of the competition.

 

Winter Eclectic Cup: Presented by Mrs V Woodhams in 1986. No handicap limit. May be played on any day between 1 October and 28/29 February. To be played over holes 1-18. A maximum number of 15 cards may be returned. All holes to have a score at the completion of the competition. No return cards for Tuesday competition will count but must be marked "Eclectic only". 1/2 handicap deducted at the close of the competition.

 

Summer & Winter Birdie: The Birdie Tree was presented by Mrs J Sharpe in 1992. No Handicap limit. Summer competition to be played between 1 April and 30 September. Winter competiton to be played between 1 October and 28/29 February. The competition may be joined at any time without charge. Summer and winter birdies are played on Tuesdays only and will count whether on full or shortened course. Scores are only valid from individual stroke play competitions. No return cards for the Tuesday competition will still count for the Birdie Tree and must be marked "Birdie only". It is the players sole responsibiity to record the birdie in the Birdie Book, sign and hang the tag on the Birdie Tree.

 

Summer & Winter Par: The Par Tree was presented by Mr J Clayton in 1995. Handicap limit 21 - 36.If a players handicap reduces below 21 only pars recorded before the reduction are eligible (do not record further pars in the par book or par tree) Summer competition to be played between 1 April and 30 September. Winter competitions to be played between 1 October and 28/29 February. The competition may be joined at any time without charge. Summer and winter Pars are played on Tuesdays only and will count whether on a full or shortened course. Scores are only valid from individual stroke play competitions. No return cards for the Tuesday Competition wil still count for the Par Tree and must be marked "Par only". It is the players sole responsibility to record the Par in the Par Book , sign and hang tag on Par Tree.

 

Winter League Trophy: A fourball betterball match play competition with 9/10 difference taken from the lowest handicap.Handicap limit of 30, players with a higher handicap may play but must play off 30. A PLAYER MAY ONLY PLAY WITH THE SAME PARTNER ONCE IN THREE YEARS. The players will be drawn in leagues and a round robin will be played between 1 October and 31 December. The first and second in each league will go on to play a knock-out competition between January and March. All matches must be played to a result, there will be no halved matches. (Refer to Rules and conditions) Any pairing not completing their fixtures will have all results void. If any league is tied the winners will be decided by the number of holes up. If a tie still remains then the winners will be decided by the number of holes left to play. If there is still a tie the result will be decided by the winners of the match played between the tied pair.

 

Australian Spoons:  Stableford Foursomes. Handicap limit 15-36 inclusive at time of marking the card. Handicap allowance 1/2 combined handicaps. If a player reduces their handicap below 15 they must not take part in any further qualifying rounds, but are eligible to compete in the Regional Final on a card marked whilst within the handicap limits. To be played btween 1 February and end of May (dates varies each year) Players may enter as many times as they wish with the same partner or different partners. Players to arrange their own matches, the book to be signed and entry fee paid prior to each time they play. The overall winners (from up to 60 participating clubs) will represent Newark in the Regional final in the same year. 

 

England Golf Medal: Certain Medals are designated as England Golf Medals (EGM). A list of designated dates are on the notice board in the Ladies Locker Room. If you play in any of the Ladies Section 18 hole Competitions on the Tuesday or Saturday dates, your score will automatically be entered for the England Golf Medal 

 

The Most Improved Lady Golfer: No Handicap limit. Open to all Lady Members. The winner will be identified by computerised data relating specifically to the most improved Lady Golfer between1 April and 30 September in any one year.

 

Ladies Open: Trophy presented by Mr G Drake in 1985. Open AM AM Competition. Two scores from four to count, with the exception that all four to count on holes 9 and 18. Handicap Limit 36

 

RULES AND CONDITIONS APPLYING TO ALL COMPETITIONS:  All Ladies section Cups and Trophies will be played for in accordance with R&A Rules and current Governing Body Rules. Wins on count back will always be on the back nine holes : 10-18. Three handicap qualifying competitions must be played at Newark Golf Club in the proceeding 12 months before a Cup or Trophy can be taken. All cards must be correctly marked and signed in accordance with R&A rule 6-6 (penalty of breach of rule 6-6 may be disqualification) . Scores should be recorded on completion of each hole and cards must be finally checked, signed, entered on the computer if necessary and  handed in as soon as possible before the competition has closed. If the competition is abandoned and the competition is declared null and void, all other competitions included on the card are also declared null and void.

 

Match Play Competitions: Entrants to all match-play competitions must have played in three handicaps qualifying competitions in the last 12 months. Entrants to all Match Play Knockout Competitions must be able to offer two weekday dates and one weekend date per round. If all parties are in agreement, Match Play competitions may start from the 10th tee. Matches level after 18 holes will be decided by sudden death starting from the last hole played. i.e. If you start on the first tee extra holes commence on the first tee. If you start on the 10th , extra holes start on the 10th. All matches must be played within the dates posted. Any changes or extensions of the dates will always be made at the discretion of the Ladies Captain and her committee. ANY DECISION WILL BE ACCEPTED AS FINAL.

 

HANDICAPPING DIFFERENTIALS : Single Match Play - Full handicap allowance: Foursomes Match Play - half the combined.

 

 

 

 

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