Mapperley Golf Club
Mapperley Golf Club
Mapperley Golf Club

Ladies Winter Open


LADIES WINTER OPEN TEAM STABLEFORD
Yellow Ball: Teams of 3
Tuesday 1st November 2022
10:30 shotgun start


Entry is by booking and paying online only.

 Click to book online   

Please provide each player's Home Club and CDH number when you make your booking.
You can check your CDH number in the England Golf app or in HowDidiDo as described here.


Mapperley Members: 

When you get to the Upcoming Open Competitions page, please log in to your BRS account by clicking the Login button in the top right corner of the page, so that the system recognises you as a member and to access member rates.


  • Entry: £8 Members, £12 Visitors

  • Teams of 3,  maximum of 2 Mapperley ladies per team

  • Format:  Best 2 from 3 Yellow Ball stableford (see below)

  • 10:30am shotgun start

  • Tees:  Red (Course Rating 72.4,  Slope 128)

  • Handicap Index Limit: 40.0
    Players with a higher index may enter; Playing Handicap will be calculated using the maximum index.

  • Handicap Allowance: 85%   Click for a look-up up chart of Course and Playing Handicaps.

  • Entry is subject to all players having a valid current Handicap Index and having submitted a minimum of  Acceptable Scores  (including at least 3 in competition play) within the 12 months prior to the competition. Scores submitted for initial handicap allocation do not count towards the 6 Acceptable Scores.

  • Buggies will be available subject to course conditions. Please pre-book through the Pro shop on 0115 955 6673.

  • If there are any changes to your team after making the booking please send details to comps@mapperleygolfclub.org so that we can update the start sheet and do a handicap check.



Yellow Ball Format

This is a variation on the Best 2 from  3 AM-AM format. Before starting each team member is designated as player A, B, or C. On the 1st hole one of the 2 scores to count must be player A, followed by player B on the 2nd, player C on the 3rd and so on for each set of 3 holes. You don't have to actually use a yellow ball, although doing so may help you to remember who is the designated yellow ball player on each hole.

Note: it is always player A on the  hole No. 1, player B on hole No. 2, etc, irrespective of your actual starting hole.