|Date||Monday 1st July 2019|
|Venue||Walsall Golf Club|
|Time||TBC dependent on entries|
|Deadline for entries||Friday 7 June 2019|
|Organiser||Roger Brierly/ISA Sport|
|Entry Fee||£30.00 (to include food and drink for player)|
This event is now closed for entries
An 18-hole Individual Stableford, off handicap, for under 16 Boys & Girls
Entrants must hold an active Handicap and be a member of a golf club. Please provide the pupil’s CDH number and handicap (this will be reviewed at the time of the event as we understand it may change). Boys & Girls will compete in their own competitions
Entrants are not permitted caddies. If the entry exceeds the limit permitted or an entry is received after the closing date the organiser reserves the right to create a reserve list and reserves will be contacted if a place becomes available.
Maximum handicaps are 28 for girls and 20 for boys.
All entries must be 16 or under on 31st August 2018.
ENTRY FEE: £30.00
Each school will be invoiced for the total amount following their online entry.
Once 50% of competitors have completed their rounds the competition will stand. If play has commenced there will be no refund of entry fees.
Start Times will be posted on the ISA website two weeks after the closing date.
A trophy will be awarded to the individual player with the best nett score. A Silver and Bronze medal will be awarded to the 2nd and 3rd Place best nett scores
An area prize will be awarded to the region with the lowest aggregate nett score (three to count) with a gold medal for each of the three players.
Depending on the entry there may be age group prizes
In the event of a tie, winners will be decided on the basis of their nett score on last nine, six, three or final holes.
There will be a presentation after the event. Winners or their representatives are expected to stay for the presentation.
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