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2021 Women's Senior Championship - Round 1 Rules

MIDDLESEX GOLF LADIES’ Seniors' Championship
12.1 Qualifications
Entrants must be female and aged 50 or over and must hold a handicap of 24.4 or lower on the date that her entry for the Championship is submitted. Players with handicaps greater than the limit may not enter. Note: All reference to age is based on the competitor’s age on the first day of the Championship.
12.2 Maximum Entry
There is no maximum number of competitors for this Championship. The committee reserves the right to restrict the numbers.
12.3 Format
The Championship is a 36-hole stroke play event played over two days. All entrants will play 18 holes in the qualifying round on day one. The lowest gross scoring 6 players and ties will progress to play the remaining 18 holes on day two.
12.4 Order of Play
As far as is practical on the first day, competitors will be drawn to play in descending order of handicap in groups of three with no playing group comprising two competitors from the same club. On the second day the order will be in reverse order of qualifying.
12.5 Prizes and Vouchers
i) No competitor may be awarded more than one prize.
ii) The winner will be the competitor with the lowest aggregate gross score for the 36 holes. She will receive the trophy and she will also receive a memento to retain and a voucher.
iii) The runner-up will receive a memento and a voucher.
iv) The two competitors with the lowest nett scores for the 36 holes will receive vouchers.
v) Other prizes may be awarded at the discretion of the Tournament Committee.
vi) The Champion will be expected to accept the invitation of England Golf to play in the England Golf Senior Women’s County Champion of Champions Tournament normally held at The National Golf Centre, Woodhall Spa in September of the same year.

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