Men

Sat WL Week 10

1 A Carter  41pts

  Chris Matthews  41pts

3 Shaun Maguire  40pts

Full result and aggregate attached below

Attachments:
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Sat WL Week 6 9.12.17

1 Ian Alderson 43pts

2 Garry Richardson 38pts

3 James Hedley 37pts 

   Chris Matthews 37pts

Full results and aggregate attached as PDF files

Attachments:
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Sat WL Week 5 25.11.17

1 Michael Hole 40pts

2 Christopher Sullivan 39pts

3 A D Macpherson 38pts

4 Chris Matthews 37pts

Full result and aggregate attached as pdf

Attachments:
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Download this file (SLW5.pdf)SLW5.pdf[ ]102 kB

Sat WL Week 4 18.11.17

1 P A Maughan  41pts

2 I Graham  40pts 

   A Carter  40pts 

4 A D Macpherson 39pts 

   John Nunn  39pts 

   Paul Hedley  39pts

Full result and aggregate PDF's below

Attachments:
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Download this file (SLW4AGG.pdf)SLW4AGG.pdf[ ]71 kB

Sat WL Week3 11.11.17

Ian Alderson 42pts

Garry Richardson 40pts

John Nunn 39pts 

Peter Taylor 38pts

Phillip Lowe 38pts

Full result below as pdf plus aggregate after 3 weeks

Attachments:
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Sat WL Week2 4.11.17

Andy Peart 39pts 

Phillip Lowe 39pts 

A D Macpherson 39pts 

Michael Hole 39pts 

Chris Matthews 38pts

James Birkbeck 38pts

Stewart Breckon 38pts

Full result below as pdf plus aggregate after 2 weeks

Attachments:
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Download this file (wl2.pdf)wl2.pdf[ ]125 kB

Sat WL Week1 28.10.17

Chris Matthews 42pts

Michael Hole 40pts

J G Laverick 39pts 

Paul Smith 38pts 

Lee Johnston 38pts

Full result Below as pdf

Attachments:
Download this file (wl1.pdf)wl1.pdf[ ]102 kB

SLOW PLAY

The Games Committee have now conducted 2 activities where they monitored the pace of play in competitions.  There are 2 main reasons for play being slow on competition days.

1 – Tee time intervals at 8 minutes – The potential solution (games committee to agree this) to this is from 2018 we will increase tee time intervals to 10 minutes, this will certainly help the field play faster and the course will not feel as congested (like we now see in midweek medals).

2 – Groups not keeping pace with the group in front – The fix for this is education, the club need to educate all players that they must keep up with the group in front and not simply ahead of the group behind.

The two competitions monitored showed that the Botcherby Cup (stableford) was a faster competition than the June medal (stroke play), this was expected as stroke play is a longer format.

June Medal - Stroke play

     

19 groups tee'd off later than their allotted start time

10 minute intervals?

+1 hour to competition day

 

Average time full field (excluding 2 balls at front)

03:50

03:45 to 4:00 acceptable

 

Average time players 07:30 to 10:00 (excluding 2 balls at front)

03:42

 

Average time players 10:00 to 12:00

03:56

 

Average time players 12:00 to 14:00

03:52

 

Average time players 14:00 to 15:30

03:51

 

Total groups

54

   

Groups delayed between 12 - 16 mins from group in front

12

22%

 

Groups delayed over 16 mins from group in front

2

4%

 
       

Botcherby Cup - Stableford

     

4 groups tee'd off later than their allotted start time

10 minute intervals?

+1 hour to competition day

 

Average time full field

03:34

03:45 to 4:00 acceptable

 

Average time players 07:30 to 10:00

03:32

 

Average time players 10:00 to 12:00

03:38

 

Average time players 12:00 to 14:00

03:44

 

Average time players 14:00 to 15:30

03:08

 

Total groups (excluding 2 balls and last group)

49

   

Groups delayed between 12 - 16 mins from group in front

8

16%

 

Groups delayed over 16 mins from group in front

7

14%

 
       

Summary - 2 Competitions

23 groups tee'd off later than their allotted start time

Games committee will look to introduce 10 minute tee off intervals in 2018 to tackle this issue

Average time full field

03:42

03:45 to 4:00 acceptable

 

Average time of players who tee off 07:30 to 10:00

03:37

 

Average time of players who tee off 10:00 to 12:00

03:47

 

Average time of players who tee off 12:00 to 14:00

03:48

 

Average time of players who tee off 14:00 to 15:30

03:29

 

Groups delayed between 12 - 16 mins from group in front

20

19%

Players will be contacted via e-mail

Groups delayed over 16 mins from group in front

9

9%

Players will be contacted via e-mail

       
 

July Medal
(Strokeplay)

Botcherby Cup
(Stableford)

Difference

Average time full field

03:50

03:34

00:15

Average time players 07:30 to 10:00

03:42

03:32

00:10

Average time players 10:00 to 12:00

03:56

03:38

00:17

Average time players 12:00 to 14:00

03:52

03:44

00:07

Average time players 14:00 to 15:30

03:51

03:08

00:43

       

Slow Play

It has been brought to the attention of the games committee once again about slow play during club competitions.  This is a serious issue that does affect golf club members enjoyment of the game.  All singles club competitions should be completed within 3 hours and 45 minutes. Members who fail to complete competition rounds in this time will be penalised as per the rules of golf.  

6-7. Undue Delay; Slow Play

PENALTY FOR BREACH OF RULE 6-7:

Stroke play – Two strokes.

Bogey and par competitions – See Note 2 to Rule 32-1a.

Stableford competitions – See Note 2 to Rule 32-1b.

The games committee will be taking steps to monitor players time on the course and players who are found to breach this rule will be penalised and that result will be final. No exceptions will be made.

It is all players responsibility to keep up with the group in front, not to simply keep ahead of the group behind.

Games Notice

Knockout competitions 2017

May I remind all players that all games must be played by the end of the deadline day for the round they are playing in. There will be no extensions granted for players that are unavailable due to holidays, work commitments etc.

It is both teams responsibility to ensure that matches are arranged and played by the deadline date, failure to play matches by the deadline date will result in both teams being eliminated from the competition.

Matchplay competitions from 2017

Players wishing to enter the knockout competitions in 2017 must ensure that they have a competitive handicap. From 2017 players with non-competitive handicaps will be unable to enter these competitions.

To ensure that you have a competitive handicap to enter these next year you must ensure that you have played in a minimum of 3 qualifying competitions in 2016.

If you need any further clarification please speak to one of the games committee members.

Games committee

07/06/2016