Competition Rules

Adamson Bowl – Juniors
Junior Strokeplay competition always played on an away course. Format and handicap limit decided by the current Junior Captain. Trophy (donated by Barry Adamson) for the winner.
Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Alan Hodgson Pairs – Men
Pairs matchplay betterball knockout competition ¾ handicap difference taken from the lowest handicap. Trophy (donated by Alan Hodgson) for winners and runners-up.
Organised by the Men’s Competition Secretary. 

Ashby Accumulator – Juniors
Trophy (donated by The Ashby Swindle) awarded to the Junior with the most Stableford points accumulated on Wednesday evenings, May to September. 
Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Australian Spoons – Ladies
Ladies stableford competition for handicaps 21 to 36. Winning pair goes forward to represent the Club in the ELGA competition. Organised by the Mid-week Ladies. 

Avian Cup – Seniors
Awarded to the Senior player accumulating the highest number of Birdie Points during Monthly Medal and stableford competition May to September inclusive. Division A players are awarded 2 points for every Birdie scored, Division B players get 3 points for every Birdie scored. Double points are awarded for Eagles. Points will only be awarded if 18 holes have been played. Trophy (donated by A. Broad) for the winner only. Organised by the Senior section. 

Bader Cup – Men & Ladies
Mixed Greensome stableford. Winning pair goes through to represent the Club in the national competition. Minimum 12 pairs required for Club qualifying competition. Entry fee of £6 per pair. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Bertha James Cup (LGU Qualifier) – Ladies
Ladies strokeplay competition off full handicap. Played in two separate rounds of 18 holes each. Winner is the player with the best aggregate score. Trophy (donated by Bertha James) for overall winner plus prize for runner-up. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Betty Poulter Memorial – Ladies & Seniors
Ladies and Seniors stableford competition, played off full handicap. Trophies (donated by Cliff Poulter) for Best Lady and Best Senior. Organised by the Senior section. 

Birdie Tree – Ladies
All birdies recorded by individual in birdie book. Points are awarded for birdies according to handicap. E.g. 0-6 = 1 pt. 7-12 = 2 pts. 13-18 = 3 pts. 19-24 = 4 pts. 25-30 = 5 pts. & 31-36 = 6 pts. Double points for eagle and treble points for an albatross. Played annually between January & December. Prize for winner. Organised by the Ladies Committee. 

Bogey Cup – Men
Matchplay competition (non qualifying) played against the course using full handicap allowance on each hole. Scoring as in matchplay (0) for par, (+) for under par and (-) for over par. Winner is the person with the greatest number of (+) over (-). Trophy for winner only. 
Organised by the Men’s Competition Secretary. 

Buck Cup – Ladies
Ladies Stableford competition (handicaps of 30 to 36). Played off full handicap Trophy (donated by Ros Buck) for winner only. 
Organised by the Ladies Competition Secretary. 

Bunnies Cup – Ladies
Ladies knockout matchplay for handicaps 30 to 36. Strokes received equals difference in full handicaps. Trophy for winner. Winner has the option of playing in the Scott Cup the following year but must play off a handicap of 29 or less. 
Organised by the Ladies Competition Secretary. 

Captain’s Cup – Seniors
Open to Men over 60 years of age. 18-hole stableford competition played on an away course, different course each year. Trophy (donated by Roy Bubb) for the winner and runner-up. Organised by the Senior section. 

Captains’ Day – Men, Ladies, Seniors & Juniors
Open to all members. Format decided by the Captains. Junior competition is 18-hole stableford off white tees and full handicap. Organised by the Captains. 

Captains’ Drive-in – Men, Ladies, Seniors & Juniors
Open to all members. Format decided by the Captains. Organised by the Captains. 

Captain’s Four Club Competition – Juniors
18-hole stableford competition played off yellow tees, using only 3 clubs and a putter. ¾ Handicap allowance. Maximum handicap 30 or as set by Junior Organisers. Trophy (donated by Danny Stowell) for winner. Organised by the Junior organisers. 

Championship Bowl – Men
36-hole strokeplay competition played off full handicap over two separate weekends. Trophy for winner and runner-up. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Charlie Grigsby Memorial Cup – Seniors
Non Qualifier Seniors Stableford 5 Club Competition, including unrestricted use of the putter. Competition played off full handicap. Trophy (donated by family) for winner and prize for runner-up. Organised by the Seniors’ Section. 

Christmas Competition -Juniors
Junior’s 18-hole stableford competition off full handicap from tee of the day, handicap limit 36 or as set by the Junior Organisers. Competition followed by a bar snack and presentation of the season’s trophies. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Christmas Hamper – Men, Ladies & Seniors
Stableford competition played off full handicap. Shotgun start followed by a meal. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Coronation Foursomes – Ladies
Ladies strokeplay competition played off ½ combined handicap. Winners go through to represent the Club in the LGU Coronation Foursomes competition. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Daily Mail Foursomes – Ladies
Ladies strokeplay competition played off ½ combined handicaps. Maximum handicap 30. Players with a handicap over 30 are eligible but must play off 30. Winners go forward to represent the Club in the Daily Mail foursomes competition. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Dannan Shield – Juniors
unior’s 18-hole stableford competition, played off yellow tees on Summer Bank Holiday. Full handicap allowance, maximum handicap 36 or as set by the junior organisers. Trophy donated by Roland Dannan. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Drambuie Cup – Ladies
Ladies Bisque Bogey competition played off full handicap. Strokes are taken at the players discretion on each hole to try to get a + or 0 e.g. (with 5 on a par 4 the player could use one stroke to get 0 or 2 strokes to get a +) failure to get either is a – (minus). Players must declare strokes to be used after each hole. At the end of the round minus scores are deducted from plus scores to give the total. 

Dennis Alliston Trophy – Men & Ladies
Annual mixed match v Langley Park, alternating home and away. Played on a Sunday between July and September. Greensomes of 8 pairs a side, handicap allowance ½ difference of combined. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Easter Stableford – Men
Men’s stableford competition played off full handicap. Trophy for winner. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Eclectic (summer and winter) – Ladies
Ladies strokeplay competition from 10 cards for payment of an amount fixed by the Ladies committee. The first card submitted must be for a full 18 hole round (i.e. scores recorded at every hole) and marked by a member of the Club. Subsequent cards need only show improved scores on each hole. The gross score for the full 18 holes is totalled on the last day of the competition and ½ the player’s handicap, as it stands on that day, is deducted for the nett score. The player with the lowest score is the winner. Separate competitions for the summer and winter months. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Eclectic (summer and winter) – Seniors
Strokeplay competition. Up to 8 cards, played during club events on Wednesdays may be submitted. The first card submitted must be for the full 18 holes. Subsequent cards need only show improved scores on each hole. The gross score for the full 18 holes is totalled on the last day of the competition and ½ the player’s handicap, as it stands on that day, is deducted for the nett score. The player with the lowest score is the winner. Separate competitions for summer and winter months. Trophy for winner of each competition, summer trophy donated in memory of George Jarrett. Organised by the Senior section. 

Eric Evans (Handicap Qualifier) – Men
Men’s strokeplay competition played off full handicap. Trophy (donated by Eric Evans) for winner only. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Featherstone Cup for the Lady Golfer of the Year – Ladies
Run from January to December. Points are awarded throughout the year to players who enter the monthly medals and most of the other handicap qualifier competitions. 3 points are awarded for every player in the competitions plus 3 points for the winner, 2 for 2nd place and 1 for 3rd place (i.e. 6 points for the winner, 5 for second, 4 for third and 3 for everyone else). Trophy (donated by Dorothy Featherstone) for the player with the most points overall. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Featherstone Trophy – Juniors
Juniors’ 18 hole stableford played off yellow tees. Full handicap allowance, maximum handicap 36 or as set by the junior organisers. Trophy (donated by John Featherstone) for the winner. Organised by the Junior organisers. 

Five Club Knockout (Cecil Leitch) – Men & Ladies
Separate competition for men and ladies. Organised by the Kent County Playing Fields Association and run at club level as a matchplay knockout competition and completed by mid-March. Played off ¾ difference between handicaps. Players may use only five clubs, one of which must be a putter. The winning Man and the winning Lady go forward to play in the final at another club. NB Ladies’ maximum handicap is 36. Organised by the Competition Secretary (men) and the Ladies committee (ladies). 

Founders Cup – Men, Ladies & Seniors
Played for on the Founders and Members Day – Men & Ladies’ strokeplay competition played off full handicap. Trophy (donated by George Mole) awarded to the best nett score on the day. Organised by the Main Committee. 

Founders Trophy Shield – Seniors
Format decided annually by the Seniors committee. Trophy (donated by George Mole) for the winner only. Organised by the Senior section. 

Garnett Memorial Shield – Men & Ladies
Men’s and Ladies’ stableford competition played in memory of Albert Garnett. Played off full handicap. Winner is the highest score, either Man or Lady. If a man has the best score then the runner-up is the Lady and vice versa. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

George Mole Trophy – Seniors
Format decided annually by the Seniors committee. Trophy (donated by George Mole) for the winner and prize for runner up. Organised by the Senior Section. 

Greenkeepers Cup – Men & Ladies
Men’s and Ladies’ stableford competition played off full handicap. Trophy (donated by G Cowie) awarded to whoever has the most points. Prize for the best Man and best Lady. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Greensomes Competition – Ladies
Ladies pairs stableford competition. Handicap allowance 3/8 of the combined handicaps, with a combined handicap not exceeding 60. Both drive off on each hole then select the best ball and play alternate shots to complete the hole. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Greensomes Mixed Competition – Men & Ladies
Mixed Greensomes knockout competition. Greensomes handicap allowance half combined handicaps then difference between handicap of pairs. Maximum combined handicap is 48. On each hole both drive off, then select the best ball and play alternate shots with that ball. Trophy (donated by Steve Peters and Libby Bodill) for winning pair plus runner-up. Organised by the Ladies’ Competition Secretary. 

High Elms Cup – Men
Men’s strokeplay competition played off full handicap. Played over 36 holes over two separate weekends. This competition is open to any winner or runner up in any High Elms Men’s Competition (excluding medals) in the preceding year. Organised by the Men’s Competition Secretary. 

High Elms Open (Handicap Qualifier) – Men, Ladies & Seniors
Competition open to outside clubs as well as High Elms members. Men’s competition played in two divisions: 0 – 14 and 15 – 28, format at the Captain’s discretion. Ladies competition played in two divisions: 0 – 20 strokeplay and 21 – 36 stableford, depending on entry numbers, otherwise stableford format for everyone. Outside players shall take precedence over members if competitions are oversubscribed. Organised by the Main Committee. 

High Elms Order of Merit – Men
For the Men’s player of the year. Run from January to December, points awarded to players who enter the monthly medals and other selected qualifying competitions. Organised by the Men’s Competition Secretary. 

High Elms Junior Open – Juniors
Open competition played from the white tees in two divisions. A division 0 – 24 play 18 holes strokeplay for the Festival Cup, B division 25 – 39 play 18-hole stableford. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Jack Holland Pairs – Seniors
Seniors better ball knockout matchplay competition. ¾ handicap difference taken from the lowest player in each group. Trophy (donated by Jack Holland) for the winning pair only. Organised by the Senior section. 

Jim Harker Memorial – Seniors
Open to Men over 60 years of age. Stableford competition played off full handicap. Trophy (donated by the Harker family) for the winner and runner-up. Organised by the Senior section. 

Jimmy Little Memorial Cup (Handicap Qualifier) – Men & Ladies
Men’s and Ladies’ strokeplay competition played off full handicap. The original Nunhead Cup was donated by Jimmy Little and since his death has been renamed the Jimmy Little Cup. Trophy awarded to whomever has the best nett score. Prizes for the best Man and best Lady. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

John Baker Plate – Men
Men’s singles stableford knockout competition played over 18 holes. If at the end of 18 holes play the match is drawn, the winner shall be decided on count-back (9, 6, 3 and 1). Trophy (donated by John Baker) for the winner and runner-up. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Jubilee Bowl – Ladies
Ladies strokeplay flag competition off ¾ handicap. Add the handicap allowance to the standard scratch score of 72 (i.e. ¾ of 32 is 24, plus 72 gives 96 strokes). When all the strokes are used, the player’s game is finished and she places a flag in the ground with her name on it. Winner is the player who gets the furthest with the strokes she receives. Trophy (donated by Joan Brown) for the winner only. Organised by the Mid-week Ladies. 

Jubilee Flag – Men & Ladies
Men’s and Ladies strokeplay flag competition. Played on Easter Monday. The handicap allowance is ¾ of the player’s handicaps. Add handicap to the standard scratch score, when all strokes are used the player places a flag in the ground with their name on it. Winner is the player who gets the furthest with the strokes they receive. Trophy (donated by Cllr Ron Edgington, Mayor of Bromley 1993-4) awarded to the player who gets the furthest. Prize for the winning Man and winning Lady. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Junior & Adult Texas Scramble – Juniors
18 hole Junior and Adult pair combined Texas Scramble off white tees. 1/10th combined handicaps. At least 6 of the juniors’ tee shots must be used. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Junior Captain’s Day – Juniors
18-hole Stableford competition off white tees and full handicap. Organised by the Junior Captain. 

Junior Flag – Juniors
Juniors flag competition played in the autumn off yellow tees. Full handicap allowance, limit set by junior organisers. Trophy donated by Nikki Watt. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Keith Andrews Bowl – Juniors
Combined junior and adult pair Greensome stableford competition. 3/8 of combined handicaps, played off the men’s card. Junior handicap 0 – 28 play from white tees, handicap 29+ play from yellow tees. At least 6 of each junior’s tee shots must be used. Trophy donated by Keith Andrews. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

(Now Ladies and Seniors Away Day) Ladies v Seniors – Ladies & Seniors
Stableford competition off full handicap. The trophy played for is the Gordon Luckings Memorial Jug, donated by the family, presented to the lady and senior with the best individual score, and held jointly. Venue chosen by the Seniors Captain. Organised by the Seniors section. 

Ladies Rose Bowl (Handicap Qualifier/non-qualifier dependent on current handicap rules) – Ladies
Ladies competition played at an away course, chosen by the Lady Captain. Format decided by the Lady Captain (strokeplay or stableford). Winner holds the Rose Bowl for a year. Other prizes and competitions are at the discretion of the Lady Captain. 

Les White Memorial Shield – Men & Ladies
Men’s and Ladies pairs stableford competition played off full handicap on May Day Bank Holiday Monday. Pairs may be both men, ladies or mixed. The pair’s scores are added together. Pair with the highest combined score are the winners. Trophy (donated in memory of Les White) for winners only. Organised by the Competition Secretary.

Lillian & Albert Cup (LGU Qualifier) – Ladies
Ladies strokeplay competition played off full handicap (limit 36). Trophy (donated by Albert Garnett for his wife, Lillian) for the winner only. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Margaret Stewart Trophy (LGU Qualifier) – Ladies
Ladies strokeplay competition played off full handicap (limit 36). Trophy for the winner only. There is also a prize (Margaret Stewart’s putter) for putts recorded so scores should be recorded separately on the scorecard. Only putts on the green to count. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Mary’s Cup – Ladies
Ladies stableford competition played off full handicap, handicap limit 29. Played on Easter Sunday and also the previous Wednesday Alternative day). Trophy (donated by Mary Barnett) for the winner only. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Master Medal -Ladies
For the winners and runners-up of the previous year’s Monthly Medals and Stablefords (LGU year of February to January). Trophy for the winner only. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

McIlvenna Youths Trophy – Juniors
Juniors 18-hole strokeplay competition, played off white tees. Maximum handicap 36 or as set by junior organisers. Trophy donated by David McIlvenna. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Medal Shield – Seniors
Points are awarded in each monthly strokeplay medal competition on the basis of 10 points for the overall best nett score, down progressively to 1 point for the player in 10th place. At the end of the calendar year, the points are totalled for each player, subject to a maximum of the 9 best points scoring cards. Trophy for the winner and runner-up. Organised by the Senior section. 

Members Cup – Men, Ladies & Seniors
Played for on The Founders and Members Day – Men’s and Ladies’ strokeplay competition. Trophy (donated by George Mole) awarded to the best gross score on the day. Organised by the Main Committee. 

Millennium Parents Trophy – Juniors
Awarded to the junior who has made a special impression or effort during the season. Organised by the Junior committee. 

Millennium Swindle Trophy – Juniors
Awarded to the junior who has made a special impression or effort during the season. Trophy donated by the Sunday Swindle. Organised by the Junior committee. 

Monthly Medal (Handicap Qualifier) – Men
Men’s medal. The format will be strokeplay when the course is played off the competition tees and stableford when the course is played off the temporary tees. Played off full handicap on either a Saturday or Sunday over a weekend. Players entering the competition must do so on their first visit to the course. Two divisions – Div 1 for 0-14 and Div 2 15-28 handicap. One prize for each division. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Monthly Medal (LGU Qualifier) – Ladies
Ladies strokeplay competition off full handicap (limit 36). Main day is Sunday with alternative day on Wednesday. Must be played on the same day each month, unless sanctioned by the Ladies committee. One winner only for each month. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Monthly Medal (Handicap Qualifier April to September) – Seniors
Senior men’s strokeplay competition played off full handicap. Open to Men over 60 years of age. There may be one or two divisions, determined by the Seniors committee and depending on the number of entrants. One prize for each division. Organised by the Senior section. 

New Members Stableford – Men & Ladies
Stableford competition played off full handicap. Open to Men and Ladies who have joined HEGC in the last 12 months preceding the competition date. This competition is played at the discretion of the Committee according to the number of new members in any one year. Trophy for the best score. Organised by the Main Committee. 

One Club Competition – Ladies
Ladies stableford competition off full handicap, usually 9 holes on a Friday evening in the summer. Players may only use one club plus a putter, which can only be used on the green. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

One Club Competition – Seniors
Senior stableford competition played off full handicap. Players may use only one club, plus a putter, which can only be used on the green. Trophy for the winner only. Organised by the Senior section. 

Organisers & Parents Competition – Juniors
The Juniors against a team made up of Organisers and Parents, Play is 18-hole stableford off white tees. The team with the greatest number of points is the winner of the trophy, donated by the Parents. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Pearson Trophy – Ladies
Ladies competition, run by ELGA, played by Kent clubs to a final when the Kent finalist plays the winners from Surrey, Middlesex and Hertfordshire. Team consist of 7 ladies of handicaps 16 – 31, played home and away until the semi-final and only played Monday to Friday. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Penfold League and Championship – Ladies
Ladies league comprising 5 clubs, played home and away. 3 pairs play better ball matchplay. Handicap allowance ¾ difference taken from the lowest handicap player. Trophy for winner of the League. Championship comprises teams of 6 players stableford combined scores off full handicap. Played at the home course of the organising club – rotated around the clubs each year. Trophy for winner and runner-up. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Peter Pegrum Cup – Men & Ladies
Men’s and Ladies strokeplay competition played off full handicap. Any past medal winner is eligible. Winner is the lowest score, either Man or Lady. If a man has the lowest score, then the best lady is the runner-up, and vice versa. Trophy (donated by Peter Pegrum) for the best Man or best Lady. Prize for runner-up. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Peter Vineall Trophy – Seniors
Open to Men over 60 years of age. Stableford competition played off full handicap. Normally played in June or July. Trophy (donated by Peter Vineall) for the winner only. Organised by the Senior section. 

Phoenix Cup – Men
Men’s matchplay knockout competition played off full handicap of the difference in handicap. Only open to those Men who have played in the SINGLES KNOCKOUT and JOHN BAKER PLATE and were knocked out in round 1 of those competitions (not those who were eliminated due to not playing on time or giving walkover to their opponents). Trophy for winner and runner up. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

President’s Putter (Handicap Qualifier) – Men
Men’s strokeplay competition played off full handicap. Trophy for winner. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Remy Knockout Trophy – Juniors
Juniors singles knockout competition, played June to September. Trophy donated by Peter Remy. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Scott Cup – Ladies
Ladies matchplay knockout competition played off full difference in handicaps. Handicap limit 29. No player may receive more than 1 shot a hole (i.e. 18 shots) Trophy (donated by Marion Scott) for the winner and runner-up. The winner becomes the Ladies Club Champion for the year. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Scratch Cup – Men
Men’s strokeplay competition played off scratch. Competition is played over 36 holes over two separate weekends. Trophy for winner and runner-up. Winner is the Men’s Club Champion for the year. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Senior Player of the Year – Seniors
Runs from January to December. Points awarded to players in the first three places in selected competitions, 3 points win, 2 points for second and 1 point for third. Points awarded to individual players and not those as part of a team. Trophy for Winner purchased annually by Seniors Section. Organised by the Seniors Competition Secretary.

Seniors Invitation – Seniors 
Non qualifier. Played for during Festival Week. Open to players 60 years and over and to include invitees. Individual Stableford competition off full handicap, played from the yellow tees. There will be two divisions: 0-18 and 19 and above. Four prizes available + nearest the pin. Organised by the Senior Section. 

Senior Matchplay Teams Trophy – Seniors 
A team event played over 2 days. Trophy presented by Brian Ream 

Shire Bowl – Men
Men’s strokeplay competition played off full handicap over 36 holes. Always played on an away course on one day. Different course each year selected by the Men’s Captain. Winner is player with the best aggregate over 36 holes. Trophy for winner. Organised by the Club Captain. 

Simon Goldsmith Competition – Men, Ladies, Seniors & Juniors
Stableford competition involving teams of 4 Ladies, 4 Seniors, 4 Men and 4 Juniors. Team with the highest number of combined points wins. Trophy donated by Simon Goldsmith. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Spring Flag – Juniors
Juniors flag competition played from yellow tees. Full handicap allowance, limit set by junior organisers. Organised by the Junior Organisers. 

Stableford Cup – Ladies
Ladies monthly Stableford competition off full handicap. Runs from October to September. At the end of the year, the best 5 scores from each player are added together and the player with the best aggregate score is the winner. Trophy for the winner only. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Stableford Shield (Handicap Qualifier, June to September inclusive) – Seniors
Seniors competition played on Wednesdays off full handicaps. At the end of the calendar year, the best 9 scores from each player are aggregated. Trophy for the winner and runner-up. Organised by the Senior section. 

Summer Singles Knockout – Men & Seniors
Matchplay knockout competitions played off full handicaps. Trophy for winners and runners-up. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Three Club Competition – Ladies
Ladies stableford competition off full handicap. Players may use two clubs, plus a putter, which can only be used on the green. Organised by the Ladies committee. 

Under 12 Knockout – Men
Men’s knockout competition played off full difference in handicaps. Open to men whose handicaps are under 12 at the start of the competition. 12 handicappers may enter at the discretion of the competition secretary if numbers are low. Trophy (donated by Tony Wright) for the winner and runner-up. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Under 70s Trophy & 70s and Over Trophy and Cup – Seniors
Senior strokeplay competition played off full handicap. Both competitions on the same day. Trophy for the winner in each group only. Organised by the Senior section. 

Winter Greensomes Pairs – Seniors
Seniors knockout competition matchplay betterball. In accordance with the current rules of CONGU. On each hole both drive then select best ball and play alternate shots with that ball. Trophy for winning pair and prize for runners-up. Organised by the Seniors competition Secretary. 

Winter Pairs Knockout – Men
Pairs knockout matchplay better ball competition. Full handicap difference taken from lowest player in each group. Trophy for winner and runner-up. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Winter Pairs Knockout – Ladies
Ladies pairs matchplay better ball knockout competition played off ¾ difference in handicaps (limit 36), taken from the player with the lowest handicap. Format decided by the Ladies committee depending on the number of entries. Trophy for the winner and runner-up. Organised by the Competition Secretary. 

Winter Singles Knockout – Men & Seniors
Men’s matchplay competitions played off full difference in handicaps. Trophy for winners and runners-up. Organised by the Competition Secretary and Seniors committee. 

Wrinklies Competion – Seniors
Seniors stroke play competition adding age to handicap. Winner is the player who betters his combined handicap + age the most after deducting from actual score. Trophy for winner only. Organised by the Seniors Section.