18 hole stableford with the trophy awarded to the best net score by a player with Handicap Index 29.0 to 54.0. If the cup winner also wins the 2nd Division, she will only receive one prize (the higher value of the two).
The winner is calculated on a points basis in all Ladies Singles Competitions from 1st April to 31st October using the Birdie Tree report in Club V1 which awards 5 points for a birdie, 10 points for an eagle, 15 points for an albatross.
18 hole stableford. Shotgun start using the 1st tee and back 9 tees at 08:00am.
England Golf Women’s Medal
Awarded to the lowest aggregate of the best 4 Net Score Differentials calculated from all handicap qualifying competitions from 1st January to 31st December using a report in the WHS Portal.
The winner is eligible to play in a regional event with the opportunity to qualify for the final at Woodhall Spa.
18 hole stableford with the trophy awarded to the best score by a granny or step-granny.
Awarded to the lowest aggregate net scores in the Spring Meeting, Autumn Meeting & Doris Miles Cup. In the event of a tie, the winner is determined by the lowest score in the Autumn Meeting, then on count-back over the back 9, back 6, back 3, etc. of the Autumn Meeting.
Lady Golfer of the Year
Awarded to the lowest aggregate of the best 8 net scores taken from all 18 hole Ladies individual stroke play competitions from 1st April to one week before the Autumn Meeting. All individual Stableford, Medal, Maximum Score and Par/Bogey competitions are included in the calculation using the Aggregate Print report in Club V1. In the event of a tie, the winner is determined by the lowest of the 8 counting rounds, then the back 9, back 6, back 3, etc. of the lowest counting round.
All divisional winners of 18 hole medal competitions since the previous year’s Medal Final qualify to play in the Medal Final, which is usually run in conjunction with the 1st round of the Millennium Trophy. 18 hole medal competitions played in the winter are included in the qualifying criteria, even if the scores are not acceptable for handicap purposes.
A player’s handicap on the day of the Final decides the Division in which they compete. Medal finalists are not allocated separate tee times.
There is one Medal Final prize per division, in additional to any prizes won in the Millennium Trophy.
1st round Medal on the day of the Medal Final, 2nd round Stableford on the day of the Stableford Final. The stableford points are subtracted from the medal score with the lowest score winning. 1 prize in each division, with divisions determined as at the 1st round. In the 2nd round, players use their current handicap on the day, which may not be the same as in the 1st round.
In the event of a tie, the winner is determined by the lowest score in the Stableford Final, then on count-back over the back 9, back 6, back 3, etc. of the Stableford Final.
Past Captains Trophy
All Past Captains, whether or not current playing members at Mapperley are eligible. Stableford, Non-Qualifying, starting at 1.00pm, no divisions, no entry fee, no vouchers, commemorative trophy to the winner.
Aggregate pairs open to Full Membership categories only, as defined in Appendix A. Pre-draw for partners, based on a low/high handicap split. The lower handicap plays medal, the higher plays stableford. The stableford points are subtracted from the medal score with the lowest score winning.
Partners play together, therefore scores are not acceptable for handicap purposes.
Players can enter the morning draw, the afternoon draw, or specify that they are able to play in either. The suggested method of doing the draw is:
- Identify the Handicap Index mid-point to determine who plays medal (below the mid-point) and stableford (above the mid-point).
- Decide how many pairs will play in the morning and afternoon draws.
- Put all the (either draw) medal players ‘in the bag’ and draw out sufficient numbers to go into the pot of (morning) medal players, such that the total number is as decided in step 2. Repeat with the (either draw) stableford players. The players not drawn out go into the pots for the afternoon draw.
- Make the morning and afternoon draws, putting the medal players in each pairing first on the timesheet.
The lowest gross score from each division win the trophies. There are also prizes for the lowest net scores in each division (subject to sufficient entrants). A player that wins a scratch prize will not also win a net prize.
Senior Ladies Trophy
18 hole stableford competition, with the trophy awarded to the best score by a lady aged 55 or over.
All divisional winners of 18 hole stableford & par/bogey competitions since the previous year’s Stableford Final qualify to play in the Stableford Final, which is usually run in conjunction with the 2nd round of the Millennium Trophy. 18 hole stableford & par/bogey competitions played in the winter are included in the qualifying criteria, even if the scores are not acceptable for handicap purposes.
A player’s handicap on the day of the Final decides the Division in which they compete. Stableford finalists are not allocated separate tee times; they may play in any draw appropriate to their division.
There is one Stableford Final prize per division, in additional to any prizes won in the Millennium Trophy.
The Winter Eclectic is a medal stroke play competition played over a designated number of competition and casual rounds through the winter. The winner is determined by adding the lowest scores recorded on each hole over all the rounds. See Appendix M for further details.
Prizes in Ladies Competitions
At the time of writing, prizes in 18 hole and 9 hole competitions that are not Major Trophy competitions (as defined in Appendix C) are on a pro rata basis:
(a) With 2 to 5 entrants: One prize to the best score, irrespective of Division.
|2 – 3 players:||£4|
|4 – 5 players:||£6|
(b) With 6 or more entrants: 1st prize to the best score, 2nd prize to best score in the other division.
|6 – 9 players:||£8||+ £4|
|10 – 13 players:||£10||+ £5|
|14 – 17 players:||£12||+ £6|
|18 + players:||£15||+ £9|
(c) Major Trophy Competitions & Other Competitions