Women's Competitions

NGC Women's Club Days and Start times

 

18 Hole

Saturday

Book via Dotgolf in Womens 18 hole slots to reserve a place during this peak time - note this is to reserve your slot, it is NOT your tee time.

Cards to sprig room by 0800 to be in the draw - first tee time from 0819

Tuesday 

No booking via Dotgolf required

Daylight Saving Time - Discs in by 0800 for 0830 start time

Normal Time - Discs in by 0830 for 0900 start time

 

9 Hole

Weekend

There is currently no 9 hole weekend club competition – this will be reviewed if a need is identified – please contact the Women Club Captain Barbara Davis, or club Manager Mary Moore.

Bookings for 9 hole weekend casual golf can be made via Dotgolf

Wednesday

No booking via Dotgolf required

Daylight Saving Time – Discs in by 0830 for 0900 start 

Normal Time – Discs in by 0900 for 0930 start

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Committee Competition Rules

Board approved Version1 09.06.2020


Before entering any competition, please consider your domestic, social, and other sporting event
obligations and prioritise your commitments to be fair to all participating players. Any request to
the Committee will be considered and determined under the relevant R & A Rules.

 

Unless otherwise stated a competition arranged by a Golf Committee (“Committee”) shall be “Elite
Golf” played from the designated Tee Colour. The Local Rule for alternative to “stroke and distance
for ball out of bounds or lost ball” does not apply.
 

In addition to any listed competition terms, a player:

· enters the competition when requesting a playing card and answering “yes” to the listed competition;

· must be aware that:

· submitting a scorecard on day 1 does not automatically include any subsequent day of the competition;

· answering “yes” to the listed competition on any subsequent day past day 1 extends the competition for that day;

· failure to follow the follow the competition prompts when requesting a playing card will be deemed withdrawal from the competition;

· the first recorded score is the qualifying score for the competition;

· qualifying is to be played on or by the dates and times set out in the playing program.

 

The Committee will specify the date and time when, or the date by when, a match must be
completed (“Completion Date”):

· each player has an equal responsibility to arrange completion of their match;

· if attempts to arrange a match are unsuccessful, a player may report the circumstances to the Committee before the Completion Date;

· the Committee shall endeavour to assist the players complete their match by the Completion Date.

 

A player requesting an extension of the Completion Date must make an application to the
Committee by emailing a member of the Committee on or before the Completion Date. The
Committee shall have regard to all circumstances including:

· death or serious injury in the immediate family;

· National or Provincial Representation in Golf including HB Golf Academy Requirements;

· Club Representation in other competitions.

 

If an agreement cannot be reached between the players and the match is not completed by the
Completion Date the Committee shall decide the result of the match after considering all the
circumstances and treating the situation in a way that is consistent, fair and reasonable with how
similar situations are treated under the R & A Rules.
 

If the players either fail to complete the match or post the match result on the competition draw by
the Completion Date the Committee may decide the result by either disqualifying both players or
putting the player named first or second into the next round.
 

In any matter under dispute the decision of the Committee shall be final.

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WOMEN’S COMPETITIONS

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS

Senior Champion – Gold Crown Cup

Presented by Mr PJ Ryan in 1923 – Open to all club members with handicap indices not exceeding 18.5 at the time of the first two qualifying Gross rounds. The best 16 scores shall qualify for Matchplay off the stick. The final is played over 36 holes.

Intermediate Champion – Travers Cup

Presented by Mrs WL Travers in 1966 – Open to all club members with indices not exceeding 18.6 to 24.8 at the time of the first of two qualifying Gross rounds. The best 16 scores shall qualify for Matchplay off the stick. The final is played over 36 holes.

Junior Champion – Vigor Brown Cup

Presented by Miss Vigor Brown in 1935 – Open to all club members with indices not exceeding 24.9 to 54.0 at the time of the first of two qualifying Gross rounds. The best 16 scores shall qualify for Matchplay off the stick. The final is played over 27 holes.

 

CLUB TROPHY COMPETITIONS

Handicap Matchplay – President’s Cup

Presented by Miss K Butler – Open to all club members not exceeding index 54.0. The best 16 players returning the lowest Nett score in one of two qualifying rounds of the Club Strokeplay Championships shall qualify for Handicap Matchplay. The final is played over 18 holes.

Best Nett Round Club Champs – Karleen Smith Memorial Vase

Presented by Mr Smith in 1962 – Open to all club members not exceeding index 54.0. The player returning the Best Nett score in either of the two qualifying rounds of the Club Championships.

Best Nett Aggregate Club Champs – Em Gee Cup

Presented by Mrs T Gibson in 1960 – Open to all club members not exceeding index 54.0. The player returning the Best Nett Aggregate score over the two qualifying rounds of the Club Championships.

 

Handicap Matchplay

Pointon Challenge Candlesticks

Presented by Mrs M Pointon in 1966 – Open to all members with indices 16.8 to 27.5 at the start of the competition.

Edris Rosebowl

Presented by Mrs Edris Spackman in 1960 – Open to all members with indices 11.3 to 16.7 at the start of the competition.

Mary Evans Jug

Presented by M M Evans – Open to all club members with indices not exceeding 11.2 at the start of the competition.

Matchplay Trophy

Open to all club members with indices 27.6 to 54.0 at the start of the competition.

Veterans’ Tray

Presented by Mrs DI Dransfield in 1965 – Open to all club members who are 65 years of age or over on 1 March of the current year.

Veterans’ Candlestick

Presented by Mrs CR Greenwood – Open to all club members who are 55 to 64 years of age on 1 March of the current year.

Hoadley Cup

Presented by Mrs V Hoadley in 1926 – Open to all club members whose handicap has never been lower than index 27.5.

 

Handicap Matchplay Foursomes – Licensed Victuallers Cup

Presented by Victuallers Association in 1934 – Open to all club members. Choose your own partners. Competition shall be Handicap Foursomes with half combined handicaps.

Greensome Foursomes Nett – Tasman Trophies

Presented by Australian Players at the 1975 NZ Nationals – Open to all club members participating in Greensome Foursomes Nett. Choose your own partners. Both players tee off and both play second shot, then choose the best ball and continue alternate shots until completion of the hole.

Bronze Par – Lorna Pain Cup

Presented by Mrs L Pain in 1962 – Open to all club members with indices 19.2 to 54.0. Three rounds played against par on set days. Winners of each round play off in final against par.

Silver Par – Donnelly Vase

Presented by Mr GP Donnelley in 1904 – Open to all club members with indices up to 19.1. Winners of each round play in final against par.

Aggregate Stableford – Mary Evans Trophy

Presented by Mrs MM Evans – Open to all club members with indices not exceeding 54.0. Best 2 out of 3 Stableford rounds for Saturday play only.

Aggregate Stableford – Donna Smith Memorial Bowl

Open to all club members with indices not exceeding 54.0. Best 2 of 3 Stableford rounds for Tuesday play only.

Bronze Gross – Meissner Rosebowl

Presented by Miss M Meissner in 1960 – Open to all club members with indices of 18.5 to 54.0 returning the greatest number of Best Gross scores during the competition season. If any ties, then taken from the last best gross score played.

Silver Gross – Meissner Cup

Presented by Miss M Meissner in 1969 – Open to all club members with indices up to 18.5 returning the greatest number of Best Gross scores over the competition season. If any ties, then taken from the last best gross score played.

Lowest Putting Aggregate – Jenny Robinson Putting Trophy

Presented by Mrs Rathbone in 1975 – Open to all club members. Lowest Aggregate of 2 out of 3 Putting rounds held in conjunction with 3 LGU Medal rounds. Putting play off if ties.

Combined Stableford – Audrey Kelly Memorial Rosebowl

Presented by Mr TE Kelly and Miss J Kelly in 1966 – Open to all club members. Senior and Junior play Combined Stableford with Drawn Partners.

Aggregate Stableford – Beau Monde Cup

Presented by Mrs AA Edwards in 1971 – Open to all club members. Best 4 out of 6 rounds of stableford played during the season.

Aggregate Stableford – Beacon Motors Salver

Presented by Mr & Mrs V Crisp – Open to all club members returning the Best Aggregate of 3 out of 4 Stableford rounds. One score from each of the four summer months from November to February to count.

Medal Round Points – Cockroft Cup

Presented by Mrs W Cockroft in 1966 – Open to all club members. Points shall be awarded from LGU competitions played without countbacks. First = 3 points; Second = 2 points; and, Third = 1 point.

Most Improved Player – Lillian Adsett’s Pendant

Presented by Mrs K Adsett in 1966 – Open to all club members with most improved player not necessarily with the greatest reduction in handicap.

Nett Shootout Best 19 Qualifiers – Pani Oats Memorial Shootout Salver

Open to all club members. Players to qualify on 3 Best Nett scores returned during the competition season. Shootout played over 18 holes by the top 19 qualifiers.

Gross & Nett – Butler Buttons

Presented by K & N Butler in 1960 – Open to all club members. In the event of a tie for gross or nett, the winner shall be decided on a countback. Best Gross winner is given priority over Best Nett winner.

 

LGU – LGU Medal Lowest Aggregate of 4 Net Differentials

Open to all club members with indices not exceeding 18.4; 18.5 to 23.4; 23.5 to28.4; and, 28.5 to 54.0 participating in the monthly 18 Hole Strokeplay rounds. There shall be a minimum of 6 LGU Medal rounds played once a month. LGU Medal competitions must be fixed and published at the beginning of the year. If a club member cannot play regularly on the fixed day, then she may arrange to take part on another day within 7 days of the main Medal day. All divisions should be kept separate in the draw, if possible.