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Seniors Club Classic 

The National Seniors Club Classic is a team matchplay knock-out event. Four players from either side play head-to-head matchplay, in handicap order. Highest handicappers MUST play first. In the event of the match being halved at 2-2 the two lowest handicap players continue on a sudden-death play-off. The winning team then goes through to the next round. First round losers are entered into a Plate tournament, so everyone gets at least two games.

We try to alternate home/away fixtures, to keep it as fair as possible.

 

THE RULES FOR THIS TOURNAMENT ARE CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW AS WHS COMES INTO FORCE AND WE CONTEND WITH ANY FURTHER RESTRICTIONS (INCLUDNG TRAVEL) WHICH MAY BE BROUGHT INTO EFFECT. 

Further updates will be posted once we have more idea of how golf will be affected this Spring.

 

 

Courtesy of the course should be given to visiting players (though if that is not possible, as might happen at a proprietory Club) we have a rule whereby the visitors' green fees are shared with the home players - see the Rules page. Each round has a window of about seven weeks to arrange and play the match. Each team can nominate up to seven players in each season. 

 

How to Enter 

Registering is very easy, we do everything by email so no forms, postage or cheques getting lost in the post to worry about. All you need do is send an email (peter.seniorsgolf@gmail.com) with: 

Name of the GC. Name of the main contact, with email and tel contact(s). 

Names and, if you have them, emails of your players. You must name four to start with and can add up to another three if needs be, though you can add these at any time before they play - no unregistered player may play. If you have named reserves and one needs to drop out before he has played, he may be replaced.

And that's all there is to it. Once I receive that information I'll send you the bank account details so you can pay the entry fee - £43 per team.

For 2021 we are now registering entries but not asking for payment until it is totally clear that we can go ahead without too much disruption.