Lady Members Conditions of Play

 

Nambour Ladies Golf Club

General Conditions of Play

 

1.     Any female full financial member of the Nambour Golf Club with a current GA handicap is eligible to play in the Ladies Club Competitions.

2.     Visitors

a.      Visitors may play in the Ladies Club Competitions if they can provide proof of their club membership and proof of handicap. 

b.     Visitors will pay ½ green fees plus competition fees. (If it is the Open Day or a special Invitation Day they will pay the competition fee.)

c.      Visitorsare ineligible to participate in the Ladies Club Championships and Single MatchPlay events.

d.     Visitors are eligible to win the trophy of the day – either Gross or Nett except onMonthly Medal days.

3.     A player who wins the competition trophy is ineligible to win a ball in therundown.  This includes Open Day or any special Invitation Days.

4.     Some events are played in 3 divisions and some events are played in two divisions.  The divisions may change from year to year at the discretion of the Match Committee.

5.     Divisions, dates and trophies for all competitions are determined by the Match Committee.  Events, sponsors and dates are published in the Nambour Golf Club’s Members Fixture Book.

6.     The hit-off time for designated ladies competitions is adjusted seasonally or as required.

Earlier hit-off is available for players with work and unexpected commitments.  The Match Committee has the right to vary the times.  The use of the early time slot is at the discretion of the Match Committee.

7.     In all Single Stroke Competitions, a small trophy is given for the Best Gross Score.

8.     When Two Competitions are Run on the Same Day ;

a.      The Club Championship round is run in 3 divisions and the daily Single Stroke Competition is run across two divisions.  

b.     If it’s a Monthly Medal being played in conjunction with the Championship Round, the Monthly Medal is played in three divisions also.

c.      The Monthly Medal Final is played in 3 divisions and the Single Stroke Competition played in conjunction with it is run across two divisions.  The Monthly Medal Winners are chosen from the net scores of the Single Stroke Competition according to their handicap divisions. 

9.     A minimum of 12 players must compete in a single event and a fourball/ and or foursomes event & 9 pairs in a Foursomes championships event before the trophy of the day can be presented.

10.  Deciding Ties

If the method of deciding ties is not stated in the relevant Conditionsof Play, ties will be decided using the Australian Count Back System.  Score cards will be matched.  For all Gross or Stableford events, the winner is determined on the basis of the best score for the last nineholes.  If the tying players have the same score for the last nine holes, the winner will be determined on the basis of the best score for the last six holes, then the last three holes and if atie still exists, then hole by hole back from the 18th.

 

For competitions involving Nett scores, the above count back system isused but also the relevant fraction of each player’s handicap is deducted fromthe gross score on those holes.  This enables the Nett score to be compared. Eg.  On the matched cards, totalthe score for the last 9 holes and deduct ½ thehandicap from the gross score to give the nett score for the last 9 holes.  The lowest Nett score is the winner on acount back.  Below are the fractions of handicap to be deducted from the gross scores of the last 9 holes, 6 holes, 3holes, etc.

             ½ the handicap for the last 9 holes

             1/3 the handicap forthe last 6 holes

             1/6 the handicap forthe last 3 holes

             1/18 the handicap holeby hole from 18th

 

11.  Protests must be lodged in writing within 30minutes of completion of play and before presentation commences.

12.  Club members who hole-in-one during clubcompetitions scheduled for 18 holes (including pennants) will have their names entered on the Hole-in-one Honour Board. They will receive an appropriate trophy and 1 dozen golf balls.  The same conditions apply for‘Albatrosses’.  Eagles are recognized on Par4 holes as well as on Par 5 holes for female members.  The trophy for an eagle is 8 balls.  Female members also receive an Eagle badge.  Eagles and albatrosses will not be recognized on holes with temporary tees or greens.

13.  Mobile phones may be carried for on course emergency only but must be turned off or in mute mode. 

14.  Distance Measuring Devices may be used for measuring distances only.

15.  All players using motorized transport are eligible to win any gross, net or match play event.  The current Zone policy for motorised transport is adopted for all competitions.

16.  The Ladies Committee pays for each pennant players’lunch.   Also, a ball is given to each player at each game.   Lunches and balls are handled by the pennantteam captains. 

17.  The Nomination Fees for any RepresentativeTeam selected by the Match Committee to represent Nambour in  Rosebowl Competitions, Pennant,  Zone & District Finals will be paid forby the Nambour Golf Club with the approval of the Nambour Golf Club. Competition Fees will be met by the participating individual players.

18.  Annual competition Perpetual Trophies may beheld by the winners for two weeks and then displayed in the Club House.

19.  Four-ball Competitions (Swingers &Players without Partners)

Swingers

 A ‘swinger’ is a player who is a member of two separate pairs (two person team) in a   four-ball competition,  If swingers are used, the four-ball eventwill be a ‘novelty event’ and no handicapping will take place.

Players without Partners

In a handicapped event, to allow the third player to participate in a four-ball competition, the committee will;

a.      Issue a score card to the player without a partner who will ensure it’s marked by one of the other members of the group and returned in accordance with Rule 6-6.

b.     Form pairs (two person team) of all the players without partners & compilefour-ball score cards for each side, even though they are playing in different groups.  The pair is eligible to receivea prize.

or

c.      In the event of a player still not having been allocated a partner, randomly draw another player from within the competition field and compile a four-ball scorecard.  Only the previously un-partnered player is eligible to receive a prize won by this pair.

20.  Undue Delay

In the event of consistent delay from member/s in competition games, a warning will be issued.  If delay persists, a penalty of:-

a.      MatchPlay – Loss of hole

b.     StrokePlay – Two strokes

will apply as per Rule 6-7. (Rules of Golf 2012-2015)

c.      Bogey and Par Competitions – 1 hole from aggregate of holes

will apply as per Rule 32 1a Note 2 (Rules of Golf 2012-2015)

d.     Stableford Competitions - 2 Points from total points

will apply as per Rule 32 1b Note 2 (Rules of Golf 2012-2015)

  

 

Conditions of Play – Lady Members Events

 

Monthly Medal

  1. The Monthly Medal is a Single Stroke competition played over 18 holes in 3 divisions.  The Match Committee determines the divisions at the start of the year.
  2. The Monthly Medal is played over 7 rounds and held on the first Thursday of the month from March to September. 
  3. The Nett winner of each division wins a trophy. 
  4. The Best Gross score on the day wins a small trophy.
  5. Any ties are decided by the Australian Count Back System.
  6. A Putting Competition is held in conjunction with Monthly Medal days.  A small trophy is awarded to the player with the least putts.
  7.   A Veterans’ competition in three divisions is held in conjunction with Monthly Medal days. The Nett winner of each division is awarded a small trophy.

 

Monthly Medal Final

a.       The Monthly Medal Final is the annual play off of all the Monthly Medal Winners.  It is a Single Stroke played in 3divisions. 

b.     The winner is the Best Nett in each of the 3 divisions. 

c.      Players play in the division in which they spent the majority of the season.

d.     In the event of the best Nett score being tied, the winner of the final will be decided by an 18 hole Single Stroke play off on a date determined by the MatchCommittee.  If the play off results in a tie, the Australian Count Back system will be used to decide the winner.

e.      The Winners’ names are engraved on the Perpetual Trophy.  Winners are also awarded a personal trophy.

f.       There is no vets competition on the day of the final.

g.      There is a putting competition on the day of the final.

 

Single Match Play 

            Please seeseparate conditions under Ladies Single Handicap Match Play

.

Non Trophy Winners Event

            Players must have competed in atleast 8 Thursday competitions during the competitionyear to be eligible for this event.

 

Open Day

 a.  This is an 18 hole Single Stoke event open to all clubs.

 b.  The handicap ranges for 3 divisions are determined by the Match Committee after nominations are received.

 c.  Trophies are awarded for:

      18Hole Gross in 3 divisions

      18Hole Nett in 3 divisions

      18Hole Gross Runner Up in 3 divisions

18 Hole Nett Runner Up in 3 Divisions

18 Hole Nett for Veterans

d.   Players may receive one major trophy only but may also receive the Veterans trophy. 

e.   Winners do not receive a ball in the run down.

f.    This event is played in conjunction with the North Coast Zone Nett Pennant. 

            The Nett Pennant is run under the  Conditions as laid out by the North Coast

      Zone.

      g.  A copy of the Nambour Golf Club Conditions for Open Day is attached as Appendix 1.  This is the Conditions document attached to the Nomination Form inviting other clubs to participate in our Open Day.

 

 

Invitation Day

a.   This is a 4BBB Stableford open to all amateur women golfers who have a W.G.A. handicap.

b.   Trophies are awarded to the Winners and Runners Up.

c.   Winners do not receive a ball in the rundown.

d.   Visitors are paired with aNambour Player where possible. 

e.   Two Nambour players playing together on Invitation Day are ineligible to win theWinner or Runners Up trophies but are eligible to win balls in the rundown.  In the event that Nambour nominations out number visitors requiring two Nambour ladies to play together, this condition is waived.

f.    A copy of the Nambour Golf Club Conditions for Invitation Day is attached as Appendix 2. This is the Conditions document attached to the Nomination Form inviting other clubs to participate in our Invitation Day.

g.   A copy of the Nambour Golf Club Conditionsfor Invitation Day is attached as

Appendix 2.  This is the Conditionsdocument attached to the Nomination Form inviting other clubs to participate inour Invitation Day.

 

Best Handicap Reduction

a.      A trophy is awarded to the ladyplayer who has the greatest reduction in handicap in any division during the competition year. It’s calculated using the handicapfrom 1st  February and comparing to the handicap on the 31st October.  All lady members who are full financial members of the       Nambour Golf Club participate in this Event.  The competition is run between 1st February and 31st October.  

 

 

 Appendix 1


NAMBOUR LADIES OPEN DAY

 

CONDITIONS OF PLAY

 

1.     This event is an 18 Hole Stroke Event played inconjunction with the Zone Nett Pennant competition. 

2.     This event is open to amateur women golfers who have aW.G.A. handicap limit of 45 on theday of entry.

2.  The committee reserves the right to limit the number of entries.

3.  The Draw will be made one week before the event. After that date, no refunds willbe made on cancellations.  Substitutions will be allowed.  The draw will be emailed to participating clubs.  The Committee has the power to change the tee positions if required.

4.  All ties will be decided using the Australian Countback System.

5.  Trophies are awarded for:

      18Hole Gross in 3 divisions

      18Hole Nett in 3 divisions

      18Hole Gross Runner Up in 3 divisions

      18Hole Nett Runner Up in 3 Divisions

      18Hole Nett for Veterans

6.  Players  are eligible for one major trophy only but may receive the Veterans’ trophy also.  Winners do not receive a ball in the rundown.

7.   The event will be played in accordance with the Rules of Golftogether with such Local Rules as are in force at Nambour.

8.  The Committee reserves the right to refuse entry to any person or persons without being required to give reasons for such refusal.

9.  The Committee has the full power to alter or make any variations in the conditions of the event, should they deem it necessary.  Please check notices before play.

10  The Committee shall settle any dispute or protest, which must be submitted in writing at the Clubhouse no later than 15 minutes after close of play on the day.

11. Players must report to the Starters box at least 30 mins prior to the shotgun start.

12. All players must use a golf ball which is named, tested and approved as per current R & A approved list of conforming balls.

13. Mobile phones may be carried on the course but must be turned off or on Silentmode.

14. Distance measuring devices are permitted.

15. Motorised buggies are permitted in this event.  Availabilityof Motorised buggies is not guaranteed and must be booked with the Pro shop on 5441 4413

 

BREACH OF CONDITIONS OF PLAY COULD RESULTIN DISQUALIFICATION.

  

Appendix 2. 

NAMBOUR LADIES INVITATION DAY
CONDITIONS OF PLAY

 

1.     This event is a 4BBB Stableford played over 18 holes.

2.     This event is open to amateur women golfers who have aW.G.A. handicap limit of 45 on the day of entry.

2.  The committee reserves the right to limit the number of entries.

3.  The Draw will be made one week before the event. After that date, no refunds willbe made on cancellations.  Substitutions will be allowed. The draw will be emailed to participating clubs.  The Committee has the power to change the tee positions if required.

4.  All ties will be decided using the Australian Countback System.

5.  Players are eligible for one major trophy only.  Trophies are awarded to the Winners and Runners Up.   Winners do not receive a ball in the rundown

6.  Visitors are paired with a Nambour Player where possible.

7.   Two Nambour players playing together on Invitation Day are ineligible to win the Winner or Runners Up trophies but are eligible to win balls in the run down. In the event that Nambour nominations outnumber visitors requiring two Nambour ladies to play together, this condition is waived.

8.  The event will be played in accordance with the Rules of Golf together with such Local Rules as are in force at Nambour.

9.  The Committee reserves the right to refuse entry to any person or persons without being required to give reasonsfor such refusal.

10.  The Committee has the full power to alter or make any variations in the conditionsof the event, should they deem it necessary. Please check notices before play.

11. The Committee shall settle any dispute or protest, which must be submitted in writing at the Clubhouse no later than 15 minutes after close of play on the day.

12. Players must report to the Starters box at least 30 mins prior to the shotgun start.

13. All players must use a golf ball which is named, tested and approved as per current R & A approved list of conforming balls.

14. Mobile phones may be carried on the course but must be turned off or on Silentmode.  Distance measuring devices are permitted.


BREACH OF CONDITIONS OF PLAY
COULD RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION

 

 

LADIES GOLF CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS CONDITIONS

1. Any female full financial member of the Nambour Golf Club with a current GA handicap is eligible to play in the Ladies Club Championships.

2. The event is a 72 hole competition played as 4 x 18 hole Stroke rounds played on 2 x Mondays & Thursday in 2 consecutive weeks or 4 x Thursdays as decided by the Match Committee.

3. Entry to the Ladies Club Championships is via a Manual Nomination Form displayed in the Club. Nominations must be received 1 week prior to the commencement of the first round.

4. The event is played in 3 Divisions as follows:

Div 1       0 - 22

Div 2     23 – 27

Div 3     28 - 45

The divisions may change from year to year at the discretion of the Match Committee.

5. The Club Champion has her name engraved on the perpetual Championship Cup and also receives a trophy. If a Division 2 or 3 player becomes the Club Champion, that player is also awarded the Division 2 or 3 Championship title, has her name engraved on the Championship Cup, but does not receive the Division 2 or 3 trophy. If this occurs, a trophy will be awarded for the Division 1 Best Gross.

6. Trophies are awarded as follows:

Club Champion - Best Gross

Division 2 Champion - Best Gross Division 2  

Division 3 Champion - Best Gross Division 3  

Division 1 Best Nett 

Division 2 Best Nett 

Division 3 Best Nett

Runner Up Gross – Division 1

Runner Up Gross – Division 2

Runner Up Gross – Division 3

7. A player’s handicap at the start of the Championships is retained for the 72 holes Best Nett events. However, any variation in handicap (extension or reduction) is applicable to each daily 18 hole Nett event.

8. At the start of the Championship, if there is a maximum of 5 players or less in a division, than a Best Gross and Best Nett trophy only to be awarded in that division.

9. A player may not win more than one trophy. If a player from Divison 2 or 3 becomes the Club Champion, she receives the Club Champion $ Trophy but not her Division Trophy. In this situation, a Div 1 Best Gross $ Trophy is awarded to the Best Gross in Div 1.

10. A graded draw decides order of play for the first 2 rounds. ie In order of handicap. The third and fourth round order of play is a seeded draw ie. in order of gross scores. Consideration will be given to those requiring earlier or later times for health or work commitments as well as those who need to use and share a motorised cart. Determination of the order of play is at the discretion of the Match Committee.

11. Ties for Gross events will be decided by a play of holes 1, 8 and 9. If no result is achieved there will be a sudden death hole by hole play off of 1, 8 and 9, until a winner is decided.

12. Ties for Nett scores will be decided in accordance with the Australian Countback System. For the 72 hole Nett event, compare nett scores for the last 18 holes and if still tied, compare nett scores for the last 9 etc.

13. Any dispute or claim must be lodged with the Match Committee within 30 minutes of the players involved, completing their round. The Match Committee’s decision will be final.

14. An additional day being a ‘substitute day’ will be nominated. If one of the rounds of play is cancelled for any reason, the substitute day will be used. If play on this day is also unable to proceed for any reason, then the Championships will be decided over the 54 holes that have been completed.

15. If carts aren’t allowed on the course due to the weather or course conditions, but the course is playable, then the round will be cancelled and the substitute day used.

16. Distance Measuring Devices may be used for measuring distances only. Breach of this rule leads to a penalty of disqualification.

17. A player may be assisted by a caddie, but is limited to only one caddie at any one time. See Rule 6-4 for Stroke play penalty.

18. Mobile telephones may be carried for on course emergency only, but must be turned off or in mute mode. Disqualification under Rule 33-7 may be applied.

19. The Match Committee ‘s decision is final in all or any matters relating to the Ladies Club Championships

 

Annual Weekday Competitions

Nomination fee of $12.00 payable by the end of February.

Competition year from 1st February to the 31st October.

For Golf Queensland competitions (International Bowl, Gertrude McLeod, GQ Brooch) played in 3 divisions, the divisions are:

Division 1 0-22

Division 2 23-32

Division 3 33-45

For Nambour Ladies’ Golf Club Competitions ( Eclectic, Best 8 Nett Stroke Cards, Birdie, Putting & Consistency) played in 3 divisions, the divisions are:

As determined at the commencement of the NGC's golfing calender.

A player changing divisions during the year will compete in the division in which she spent the majority of the season.

Eclectic

Played in 3 divisions.

Scores from weekday single events run by the Ladies Committee including Nambour Ladies Open Day may be used.

3/8 of player’s exact handicap at beginning of last round of competition is deducted from final gross score to determine winners in each grade. (Winner has lowest nett scores). Ties decided by countback system – last 9, 6, 3.

This event may be entered later in the year for a fee of $2.00.

Best 8 Nett Stroke Cards

Played in 3 divisions.

Best 8 Nett stroke rounds played midweek at Nambour during the competition year. AWCR to be used in determining best scores. A player who is disqualified because of failure to sign the card (Rule 6-6b) may use her nett score. Disqualification where there is no legitimate nett score cannot be used.

Ties decided by the next best Nett card (9th, 10th etc) until winner is decided.

GQ International Bowl

Played in 3 divisions.

Refer to current GQ Tournament Handbook.

GQ Gertrude Mcleod Event

Played in 3 divisions.

Refer to current GQ Tournament Handbook.

GQ Brooch

Played in 3 divisions.

Refer to current Tournament Handbook.

Birdie Competition

Played in 3 divisions.

Trophy for the player having the most birdies in each grade during the completion year in either single or 4 ball events. Ties decided by number of birdies compared with number of games played.

Garney Hungerford Memorial Shield for Putting

Played in 1 division.

Annual putting competition played in conjunction with Monthly Medal competitions and the Monthly Medal Final.

Aggregate of best 4 of 8 rounds to decide winner. If a tied situation exists another round is added until a winner is decided.

Consistency Event

Played in 1 division.

Trophy to player with most points. Points are awarded as follows for these scores and events.

Better than AWCR = 4 pts

Equal AWCR to AWCR +2 = 3 pts

AWCR+3 to AWCR+5 = 2 pts

AWCR+6 or more = 1 pt

4BBB players = 1 pt each

18 holes foursomes = 1 pt each

36 holes = 2 pts each

Ambrose = 1 pt each

1 pt also awarded for representing our club on Open Days which include Nett Pennant competition.

In the event of a tie, the player with the least number of 1 points in single events at Nambour is the winner. If tie still exists, it is the player with least number of 2 points etc.

 

LADIES FOURSOMES CHAMPIONSHIPS

CONDITIONS

1. Any female full financial member of the Nambour Golf Club with a current GA handicap is eligible to play in the Ladies Foursomes Championships Competition.

2. It is a 36 hole stroke event played in one day.

3. Play will commence at 7.30am or at the discretion of Club Manager/Match Committee.

4. Entry to the competition is by nomination on the website.

5. The Competition Fee is $15 unless green fees are increased.

6. A player’s handicap at the start of the Championship will be used for this event.

7. Rules of Foursomes require the Players to hit off from alternate tees. Both players agree on the order of hitting off before the game. Player A will select to hit off Even numbered tees and Player B will select to hit off Odd numbered tees. They swap over on the 2nd round of 18 holes. Once the player has teed off, the partners strike the ball alternately until the hole is completed. If a penalty stroke is incurred, it does not alter the rotation of play. This includes the playing of a provisional ball. Scoring should show both the gross and nett scores after handicap deduction. The team’s handicap is half the aggregate of both partner’s handicaps.

8. The Foursomes Championship title is an Honour Board Event.

9. The Foursomes Championship title is awarded for the Best Gross round. The Winner’s name is engraved on the Foursomes Championship Cup and the winner receives a trophy.

10. Trophies are awarded for:

Best Gross – 36 holes

Best Nett – 36 holes

Gross Runners Up – 36 holes

Best Nett – 1st 18 holes

Best Nett – 2nd 18 holes

11. Players may not win more than one trophy.

12. The Presentation is held on the day of play at the completion of the Championships.

13. Ties for the gross event will be decided by a playoff over holes 1, 8 and 9. If no result is achieved, a sudden death hole-by-hole play of 1, 8 and 9 until a winner is decided.

14. Ties in nett scores will be decided in accordance with the Australian Countback System.

a. For ties in the 36 holes net event, compare net scores for the last 18 holes and if still tied, then compare the last 9, etc.

b. For ties in the 18 hole net event, compare net scores for the last 9 holes and if still tied, then compare the last 6, etc.

LADIES SINGLE HANDICAP MATCH PLAY

 CONDITIONS

1. Any female full financial member of the Nambour Golf Club with a current GA handicap is eligible to play in the Single Handicap Match Play Competition.

2. It is an 18 hole Single Handicap Match Play Knockout Competition.

3. The winner has her name engraved on the Perpetual Trophy. The winner and runner up also receive trophies.

4. Entry to the competition is by nomination. The nomination fee is $2 per person.

5. There is no qualifying round to enter the event. All nominations are drawn to form a round robin knockout draw. If the total nominations are not a factor of 8, then the first round will be the round used to stabilise the round robin draw.

6. The ‘Match Play Index’ on the Nambour Golf Scorecard determines where strokes are given.

7. A match which ends ‘all square’ will be played off hole by hole until one player wins a hole. The play off will start at the hole where the match began and strokes should be given as per the ‘Match Play Index’.

8. Two weeks is allowed for each round of match play. Matches may be played before the scheduled 2 week period. Both players must agree to the date of play and advise the Captain. If players are unable to schedule a match in the prescribed time then it may be extended at the discretion of the Captain or the Captain’s representative. If both players are unable to agree a day of play, the Captain or Captain’s representative will attempt to find a convenient date after speaking with both players. If both players are still unable to agree a date of play, they will both be disqualified.

9. In this event, the opponent for the following round will proceed forward in the draw. Players who are disqualified will not be given the chance to proceed further.

10. Distance Measuring Devices may be used for measuring distances only. Breach of this rule leads to a penalty of disqualification.

11. A player may be assisted by a caddie, but is limited to only one caddie at any one time. See Rule 6-4 for match play penalties.

12. Mobile telephones may be carried for on course emergency only but must be turned off or in mute mode. Disqualification under Rule 33-7 may be applied.

13. It would be anticipated that the match would be finalized in the one day. In the event that play has to be discontinued due to exceptional circumstances, Rule 6-8a Exception in match play, will come into effect. The Captain or Captain’s representative must be notified if an extension of time is required due to the delayed match.

14. A player must arrive at the starting tee at the agreed time. If 5 minutes late, the penalty is loss of first hole. Rule – 33-7. If later than 5 minutes, the penalty is disqualification. Rule 6-3.

15. Before starting a match, the players should determine from one another their respective handicaps. If a player begins a match having declared a handicap higher than that to which she is entitled, and this affects the number of strokes given or received, she is disqualified. Otherwise, the player must play off the declared handicap. Rule 6-2.

16. Two rounded Red Tee Markers are positioned on the tees to mark the designated tee off area. If these tees are not in place, then players should play off the red square permanent tee markers. If a player plays a ball from outside the teeing ground, there is no penalty, but the opponent may immediately require the player to cancel the stroke and play a ball from within the teeing ground.

17. If a Doubt as to Procedure or a Dispute arises between the players, a player may make a claim to the Captain or Captain’s representative who will be contactable by phone on the day of the Match Play. The claim may only be considered if the player making the claim notifies her opponent that (i) she is making a claim, (ii) of the facts of the situation and (iii) that she wants a ruling. The claim must be made before any player in the match plays from the next teeing ground or, in the case of the last hole of the match, before all players in the match leave the putting green. Rule 2-5. The Lady Captain or the Lady Captain’s representative will be available by phone in the case of a dispute arising in any match. Rule 34-1 (a).

18. A Referee will be appointed by the Captain to attend the Single Match Play Final to handle any claims made as per Rule 2-5 and to make any decisions on behalf of the Committee. Rule 34-1. The Referee’s decision is final. Rule 34-2.

19. If the match is being played on a Saturday during a Club competition, the accompanying players time slots should be made ‘Unavailable for Play’ with the agreement of the Secretary Manager.

20. Duties of Players:

· Check handicap.

· Check the Local Rules Board for up to date local rules.

· Notify the Captain of the date of play.

· Notify the Captain if unable to agree a date of play.

· Write names, handicaps and results of matches on the Draw Sheet in the Ladies Locker Room.

· In the event of any queries or problems arising on the day, refer to the R & A Rules of Golf, also these Single Handicap Match Play Conditions. If still unresolved, contact the Captain or Captain’s Representative who is acting as the Committee appointed Referee for the Match.

· On arrival, pay the appropriate Green Fees at the Pro Shop.  

 
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