ACT-MONARO DISTRICT GOLF ASSOCIATION
ACT DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS (Men)
Note: this is also the final round of the 2018 ACT-M O. of M. Competition
Sunday 25th November 2018 (tee times 11.10 am on) 18-HOLE STROKE COMPETITION
ROYAL CANBERRA GOLF CLUB
Open to: CURRENT CLUB CHAMPIONS, LOW HANDICAP GOLFERS and other players currently occupying the upper 10 places in both the gross and nett Divisions of the ACT- M’s Order of Merit Competitions. Maximum field of 52 players. If entries in excess of 52 are received, places in the field will be allocated on handicap, OOM status or previous support of this event.
TROPHIES AND PRIZES FOR MAJOR WINNERS:
Entries close at 5pm on Thursday 22nd November 2018
Online entry through link below
ENQUIRIES: DGA CAPTAIN: JIM JACKSON PH 0422 913 495
CONDITIONS FOR ACT DISTRICT CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018
- This event is open to amateur men golfers that are playing members of an ACT-Monaro Golf Club and meet the following criteriaa:
- Current Club Men’s Champion.
- Alternative for current Club Men’s Champion, nominated by Captain.
- Current Club Men’s Junior Champion.
- Hold a single figure current GA handicap.
- The entry free ($20) must be paid prior to the commencement of play.
- The competition shall be played in accordance with the rules of golf as adopted by R and A Rules Limited, together with such local rules as are in force on the course being played.
- The championship will comprise 18 holes of stroke play contested on an ACT-Monaro Golf Course. The leading player at the end of this stroke play will be deemed the District Champion for 2018. Major prizes will be awarded for the first three places and may be awarded for the best Junior score (age under 18) and the best Senior score (age over 55 years), depending on the number of registered players in these categories. In the event of a tie after 18 holes, the winner will be determined by a sudden-death play-off on holes selected by the organising committee. Ties in any sub-division will be decided using the GA standard count-back method.
- The Championship Play Committee (CPC) will comprise the Captain of the ACT—Monaro DGA and any of his appointees. The CPC has complete control of this event and reserves the right to vary these conditions should it be deemed necessary. Decisions made by the CPC shall be final.
- Competitors must report to the Starting Officials at lease 10 minutes prior to their scheduled hit-off times. Failure to do so may result in a two-shot penalty or disqualification.
- Motorised transport is not permitted, unless an exemption due to a medical condition is granted.
- Mobile phones may be carried on the course, but should be switched off or in silent mode. They may be used in the case of an emergency. They may also be used to contact the CPC for rulings on the course during play. Their use outside these parameters by a competitor or their caddie is prohibited.
- Measuring devices may be used to measure distance only.
- Competitors must comply with the host club’s dress rules.
- Competitors may win only one major prize.
- A designated “card return box” within the “card return area” will operate at the conclusion of play. Once a player deposits his card in the box, the card is considered returned.