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Kent Golf Union

Seniors' Championship 2017 (Round 1) Rules

THE KENT SENIORS CHAMPIONSHIP
(55 YEARS AND OVER)

Championship Rules

1. Eligibility
The Championship is open to all Male Members, 55 years of age or over on the day of the Championship, with a certified Handicap of 9 (9.4) or less, from a Club affiliated to the Kent Golf Union on the date of entry. The Kent club must be the player’s HOME CLUB.

2. Entries will be limited to the number permitted by the Host Club, if necessary, longer handicaps will be subject to ballot.

3. The Competition
Play for the Championship will be over 36 Holes of Stroke play; 18 holes a.m. - 18 holes p.m.
The KGU General Competition Conditions shall apply.
Caddies are allowed, other than a qualified P.G.A. professional golfer.

4. The Champion
Will be the player who returns the lowest gross score. In the event of a Tie the Championship will be decided by "sudden death" play off. The Champion will hold the Kent Seniors Champion Cup for one year. If necessary, the 2nd and 3rd place will be decided by ‘count-back’. There will also be medals for the first three places. A County Voucher for £150 will be awarded to the Champion, with £75 for the runner up and £25 for 3rd.

5. Godden Salver (Players over 60 years of age)
Will be held for one year by the player returning the lowest gross score. Decision by ‘count-back’ if necessary. The winner will also receive a tankard.

6. Handicap Cup
Will be held for one year by the player returning the lowest nett score. He will also receive a voucher for £50.

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