Competition Rules at Redlibbets
REDLIBBETS NEW COMPETITION RULES 2010
From 1st January 2010 the following local rule for Major Competitions at Redlibbets Golf Club will be introduced.
To win any club honour board competition (men/ladies/mixed), players must have submitted three monthly medal / stableford cards in the six months prior to the event.
Inactive players, away members, and juniors with a double figure handicap.
The above members are all entitled to play in competitions that they qualify for, but are unable to win.
The criteria would be that if there are spaces within the competition, if the competition is not full.
Eligible players should have first refusal.
Juniors should be encouraged to play in all competitions.
Active / Inactive Handicaps.
Congu Rules from 1st January 2010.
Players will be required to submit 3 qualifying scores in a calendar year to maintain an active handicap.
Inactive handicaps may be used for social golf but may not allow into competitions e.g. open competitions which stipulate an active handicap as an entry criteria.
A qualifying score for the purposes of the above congu rules is any individual stroke play qualifying competition card returned.
Revised by the Committee 24/04/2014
Summer Knockout Competitions 2015
To be eligible to play in the
knockouts you must have 3 competition cards submitted for
handicapping on a rolling 6 month basis. Competition cards
are secured from Monthly medal and
stableford play only.
If at any time you become ineligible
to play during the knockout competitions, you (and your partner
if it’s a pairs knockout) will be disqualified, without
If you do not currently have
sufficient cards in to be eligible, please make sure you have
enough BEFORE the matches begin.
It is your responsibility to make
sure you are eligible to be in the competition at all times
To clarify this, the following will apply;
A and B, both eligible at the time, play a match, due to meet C in the next round.
A wins but becomes ineligible to play between rounds. B is not reinstated and A and B are out.
A and B play a match due to meet C in the next round. A wins but is then found to have been ineligible to have played. B is reinstated to play C.
The Competitions Committee
15th April 2015