Amendments since the handbook was published in April 2017, in the sequence in which they occurred - changes in red
Section 4 - Individual Competitions
JUNIOR STROKE PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP
Competition Format - Stroke play over 18 holes.
Entry will be limited to 81 Players with handicaps of 20 or below at the time of entry. Refer to Section 1, Rule 4 for tee, course levelling and stroke index information
If more than 81 entries are received a ballot will be held to decide which of the higher handicap players are to be excluded.
The Player who returns the lowest gross score will be the ‘Junior Stroke Play Champion’ and hold the ‘Lightcliffe Tankard’ for a year.
The Player who returns the lowest net score will hold the ‘Lightcliffe Trophy’ for a year.
Vouchers will be given for the two lowest gross scores and the two lowest net scores.
The leading 8 Players who return the lowest gross scores will qualify for the ‘Junior Match Play Championship’.
Any Player who is unable to compete in the ‘Junior Match Play Championship’ will be
excluded in determining the leading 8 players.
JUNIOR MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP.
The 8 qualifiers will compete off scratch over 18 holes with the exception of the final which will be played over 36 holes.
Refer to Section 1, Rule 4 for tee, course levelling and stroke index information
The draw will be made on the basis as set out in paragraph 11 of Part C in Appendix 1 to the Rules of Golf.
The winner will be the ‘Junior Match Play Champion’ and will hold the ‘Junior Match Play Salver’ for a year. Vouchers will be given to the winner, the runner up and the two losing semi finalists.
Section 2 - Scratch, Handicap and Junior Leagues
2.1 Rules applicable to all three leagues
5.The Home Team Captain is responsible for informing the League Secretary of the result within 2 working days of the match taking place, or forfeits their points, and should ascertain that the result has been received by the League Secretary by reference to the league tables on the Union website. Both teams should retain a copy of the signed result card in case of subsequent disputes or queries.