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The first named in each tie will be deemed to be the challenger/s. The challenger should contact the opponent as soon as possible from the dates indicated in draw sheets for the round to be played to arrange a mutually agreeable date for the game. Once the date and time for the game is agreed the challenger/s should reserve a rink.
Ladies & Mens Singles
4 Woods each player -- Winner first to reach 21 shots
Ladies & Mens Handicap Singles
4 Woods each player -- Players will start the game with the scoreboard showing the difference between their handicap's
and then the first player to reach 21 is the winner.
4 Woods each player - Winners are players with the highest score after 18 ends. (If a tie an extra end is to be played)
3 woods each player - Winners are players with highest score after 18 ends. ( if a tie an extra end is to be played)
Leyland Cup (101)
4 Woods each player - Scoring is 4 points for the shot wood, 3 points for the second wood, 2 points for the third wood & 1 point for the fourth wood each end. Nearest to the jack leads on following end. The winner is the first player to reach 101 shots
( You may find it helpful to use the ‘white 0 -99’ scoreboard to assist recording the scores )
4 Woods each player - 4 Woods for each player The game is played using two 'Fixed Jack' positions for either end. One at the shortest position (this is on the 25 metre mark from th end) ie: ( 23 metres from front of the mat). The other postion is 4 metres from the far ditch (ie two measuring sticks from the ditch), Always start from the longest jack postion. The mat is always located 2 metres from the ditch. Place a golf tee peg on all these position's.
If jack is moved during play it is replaced on its tee peg. If a wood moves the jack and rests on the tee peg the jack is removed from the green and that wood becomes the ‘jack’. If that ‘jack wood’ is subsequently moved from the tee the jack is replaced back on the tee. Scoring is 4 points for the shot wood ,3 points for the second wood, 2 points for the third wood. and1point for the fourth wood. The winner is the first to reach 91 points
( You may find it helpful to use the ‘white 0 -99’ scoreboard to assist in recording the scores)
Reminder & Guidance Notes For Club Competitions