However I received some good news on the 21st June. Looks like we can get these back underway. As soon as I have more details I will let you know.
Gordon Forster Bowl
High Elms entered 2 teams.
Captain Simon Farquhar and Frank Fleming leading High Elms A
Unfortunately narrowly lost to Tilgate in the 2nd round.
Captain John Jackson and Paul Fawcett leading High Elms B
After a 2nd round victory against Tilgate, the next round is Addington Court.
6 players play at home and 6 players play away in Greensomes matches.
Our first match is against Tilgate on 19th April.
A team competition open to men who are members of clubs affiliated to the NAPGC. A Club Team will comprise of eight players, four players must have playing handicaps of 19+. All pairs to play 18 holes Better Ball Stableford. Two pairs will play at home and two pairs will play away and the team score is the aggregate of the home and away points. All matches will be played from the appropriate medal tees.
Players are entitled to ninety percent (90%) of their playing handicap.
For 2020 this competition has been renamed the Ballantyne Trophy in honour of Colin Ballantyne. The competition is open to men who are members of clubs affiliated to the NAPGC. A club team will comprise 6 players playing as three pairs at a single venue. Play shall be four-ball better ball match play over 18 holes, or less if a side is more holes ahead than holes remain. The maximum handicap allowance is 20. The area winners will be drawn into national semi-finals, which shall be played on neutral courses. The winners of each semi-final shall meet in the national final which will be played as part of the NAPGC Finals weekend
Ian Turner will Captain High Elms A
Their first match is on Sunday 5th April. Good luck
Anthony DiCerbo & Steve Jones will Captain High Elms B
High Elms have entered 3 pairs into this mid-week competition.
High Elms A – Bill Gladding and Barry Boud
High Elms B – Matt Edwards and Stewart Copeland
High Elms C – Kevin Imber and Tom Dorney