Major Golfing Events
A and B Division. Stroke Play by hole after handicap.
Feb / March 2021
Bridging the Gap
March / April 2021
Collier Park Seniors Golf Club Members play Ambrose with the Como Secondary Golf Academy
A Division/B Division Stroke by hole after handicap.
Sept / Oct
Como Cup (Shield)
Collier Park Seniors/Como Secondary College Golf Academy. 4BBB Stableford.
$5 donation member contribution -matched by club funds.
Grade & Club Championships
Each Stroke and Stroke Putts game contributes to the Club Championship, Grade Championship and Best Putters by Grade.
January – November games during Trophy week.
Spring and Summer Cups
Before the Event
All members asked if they want to and can commit to playing in the 4 week contest.
Names are taken and divided into "A" &"B" Divisions, by handicap, to make groups as equal as possible in number. If less than 16 players only one Division will be played.
During the Event
Assuming there are no more than 16 players in each division the rounds will be played as:
Week 1 Preliminary
Week 2 Quarter Finals
Week 3 Semi Final
Week 4 Final
After the Event
"A" & "B" Division winners and Runners-Up announced.
Spring Cup trophies are presented at the Christmas function.
Summer Cup trophies are presented at the "Trophy Day" the month after the completion of the event.
These Modified Match Play matches are played in parallel with the normal schedule and participants take part in both their match play competition and in the daily scheduled competition.
A player’s handicap at the beginning of the Match Play competition will remain frozen for all match play matches until elimination.
Handicaps for parallel events will be subject to usual handicap variations (This means a player may be using two separate handicaps on the one day – one for their match play game, and one for the parallel competition.)
Matches should be played on the scheduled dates.
If it is inconvenient to play your match on the scheduled date, then, with the consent of the Captain or Handicapper, the match can be rescheduled to an agreed date before the commencement of the next round.
Prior to the match, players must agree the holes on which strokes are given. A player on 14 playing a player on 10 must receive a stroke on each of the 4 hardest holes as indicated by the index for that course.
Matches are played by hole. A hole is won, halved or lost. The player with the lowest net score wins the hole. The match is won when a player leads by more holes than are left to play.
In the event of a tied match, the players will play together on the next playing date (using their Match Play handicaps), and play for a ‘sudden death’ outcome (the first player to be one hole ahead will be declared the winner.)