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Competition entry fees- Entry fee of £3 to be put in an envelope then into the locked box.
Scorecards- Player’s collect a scorecard from the Pro shop. Player writes opponents card and records opponents and own score. Player is responsible for recording their own handicap on the score card they are using. At the end of the round each player confirms the scores recorded on their card with their opponent. Player signs the card they have been keeping takes a photo of that card and emails it to firstname.lastname@example.org or sends via WhatsApp to 07786558887 for checking.
Scorecards cannot be exchanged or handled by anyone but the marker.
Score Input- Players input their own score (using their markers score) online via HowDidiDo. In the home page at top of screen or in the drop down menu, click on “Today’s Golf”, click on “Score Entry”. Select the competition and enter your score. For those members who are not able to use HowDidiDo please inform G. Sampson who will input score from photo of card. Player should keep card in case of queries.
Photos of cards must be received before midday on the Monday after the competition date. Failure to do so will result in disqualification. For full details see Men’s Online Page of website.
Application of Competition Entry Rules
Players failing to comply with the following requirements may be subject to the issuing of a ban from one or more competitions should they fail to meet the following requirements.
- Return all competition scorecard.
- Complete a full round of golf unless accident, illness, injury or an emergency prevent this.
- Ensure that someone is available to mark the other pairs scorecard when cancelling an entry in a “Pairs” competition after the start sheet has been published.
Members entering competitions :-
Players not complying with the above will be notified via the competition notice board that they may be subjected to a ban.
Players will have ten calendar days from the day that the notice is posted in which to make a written appeal against the ban and provide supporting evidence for their reason for failing to comply with the above.