After the playing season has ended, players have the opportunity to be selected for Women's Winter Training.
The Performance Squad, consisting of up to 20 players. Potential Women's 2nd Team players will combine with potential Women's 1st team players and they will all benefit from two 'away days' together during the winter and other experiences that the County will provide. As well as providing a fun social atmosphere, this gives the Team Managers the opportunity to monitor all potential players and see who is performing well and improving before a decision is made about which players should go into the 1st and 2nd Team Squads in spring. The criteria for selection for Performance Winter Training are:
The Academy Squad, consisting of up to 6 players. These players will receive three two-hour group coaching sessions at the North London Golf Academy. The overall aim of Academy Winter Training is to bring skilful players together in a social and creative environment where they can thrive and further develop their talents. The criteria for selection for Academy Winter Training are:
A more detailed Selection Criteria Document can be viewed HERE.
A squad of 10 players that will make up the Women's 2nd Team will be selected after Winter Training has finished and before the playing season begins. Generally, the criteria for selection are:
Players' commitment to and performance in tournaments, in particular, the Women's County Championship
Players' commitment to and performance in Winter Training
Players' commitment to and performance in County matches
Additionally, at the manager's discretion, a player may be considered for selection to the squad if they possess the following abilities:
Teams that play matches and the Stovold Trophy will be selected on the basis of the Manager's knowledge of who the strongest players available are for the event.
Usually, the season starts in April with a couple of friendly matches, usually in conjunction with players from the County 1st Team and Junior Team.
Pat Stovold is a past Captain and past President of Surrey Ladies’ County Golf Association. She is a great supporter of Surrey Ladies’ Golf, with particular emphasis on the development of junior golf and the encouragement of talented young golfers to the County First Team standard. Pat introduced the Stovold Trophy to the South Region golfing calendar in 1997. The format has remained essentially the same over the years with teams of six (reduced from eight in 2015) playing foursomes in the morning and singles in the afternoon – two home and two away matches in rotation.
Stovold Trophy rules can be viewed HERE .
The four Inter-County Stovold Trophy matches played against Hampshire, Kent, Surrey and Sussex take place in the summer months after County Week in June. Players are not eligible if they play for the Women's 1st team in County Week.
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