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Starting Times - Please scroll down past the notices for the start sheets

The Club Diary page has a regularly updated list of all events, competitions, societies etc etc that are coming up in the weeks ahead. Below are the original drawn times for Club Competitions. Any amendments, withdrawals, late entries are on the Clubhouse noticeboards only.

 

 

 

MEDALS

 

Members must sign the appropriate sheet in the clubhouse prior to play
as a card in the box is not sufficient proof of play.

 

Players can pay in advance ie pay and sign in on Thursday to play Saturday and then start at 6.00am on Saturday.

This meets the requirements of signing in prior to play.

 

Under no circumstances can players pay and enter AFTER they have commenced their round.

 

British Summer Time      Strokeplay

                                                                  Greenwich Mean Time      Stableford

 

The Sign In sheet is available until 3.00pm on each Sunday.

 

Players may play AFTER 3.00pm, but they MUST have signed in and paid

prior to that time.

 

Once the sheet has been removed, no further entries will be permitted.

 

Handicaps & Competitions Committee

Nick Hawker    John Trott

 

Summer Scratch KO Draw 2018

 

Summer Handicap KO Draw 2018

 

 

The Tee and Clubhouse Diary below, also has the tee times for competitions. If you click on the competition that you are interested in, and then click on "MORE DETAILS" there will be an attachment added once the start time have been drawn. For the time being, the start time will also be posted in the old way, which can be found below the calendar option.

 

If you have any problems accessing the information, please email me on steve@chalgravegolf.co.uk and tell me what the problem is. This system, so long as people can access it ok, will enable us to keep more information current, and available without creating pages that take a long time to load when there is a lot of information on them.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ladies April Stableford & Granny Trophy

 

Saturday 28 April 2018

 

Format:       18-hole Stableford

H’Cap:        Full ‘c’ (competition)

Fee:             2.00

 

Start Time

 

 

 

09:30

Den Brookes (18c) G

Karen Crane (18c) G

Kathy Tabor (32c) G

09:38

Cally Hawker (17c) G

Carol Ellingham (22c)

Alison Savage (15c)

09:46

Becky Wilkinson (18c)

Sue Kitchen (34c)

Ann Nancarrow (26c) G

09:54

Diane London (32c) G

Ann Leatherland (36c) G

Kate Tilcock (27c) G

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ladies May Medal

 

Saturday 5 May 2018

 

Format: 18 hole strokeplay

Handicap: Full

Entry Fee: 2.00 (plus 25p if you wish to qualify for BLCGA Seniors KO)

 

Start Time

 

 

 

09:30

Ann Nancarrow (26c)

Diane London (32c)

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09:38

Cally Hawker (17c)

Den Brookes (18c)

Kathy Tabor (32c)

09:46

Becky Wilkinson (18c)

Carol Ellingham (22c)

Alison Savage (15c)

09:54

Sue Kitchen (34c)

Karen Crane (18c)

Sue Wade (26c)

10:02

Kathy Shaw (26c)

Anne Isaac (22c)

Lorain Ronis (17c)

 

 

Senior winner (over 50) qualifies for County Senior 2000 knockout if 25p entry fee is paid in advance
(If winner is not already a member of BLCGA Seniors, then there is a membership fee of 1.00)

 

Monthly Medals


All medal competitions are played under what is known here as "The Book System". The medal weekend is always the first full weekend of each month and players can play on either the Saturday or Sunday but not both. There is no drawn entry sheet and there is no starting time issued.

 

Players must sign in at the bar/shop before play and pay the entry fee of 3 which includes the 2's competition.

 

Players can arrange their own playing partners in this period, or if you do not have a playing partner, most players are here between 8.00am and 9.30am on either day if you need to join a group.

 

It is acceptable for a player to have his card marked by another club member who may not be playing in the medal themselves.

 

There is no tee closure for the medals played in this manner, therefore social golfers and competition golfers have equal rights on the 1st Tee to start. Whichever group is on the 1st tee first, has priority to start.

 

In this manner, we are able to reduce the number of times during the shorter days, where the tee is closed for competitions, and players can make their own arrangements for playing and/or adjust those arrangements in the event of inclement weather without decimating the starting sheets for a drawn tee time system.