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GOLFING UNION OF IRELAND

(Ulster Branch)

IRISH JUNIOR FOURSOMES 2001

To be played on Monday 30th July and Monday 6th August

Venue: KNOCK GOLF CLUB

0830

Knock

Shandon Park

0850

Scrabo

Holywood

Rockmount

0910

Carnalea

Royal Belfast

Bangor

0930

Belvoir Park

Candeboye

Carrickfergus

0950

Dunmurry

Lisburn

Balmoral

1010

Donaghadee

Greenisland

Ringdufferin

1030

Portadown

Fortwilliam

Ardglass

1050

Massereene

Moyola Park

Malone

1110

Killymoon

Cairndhu

Ballyclare

1130

Royal Portrush

Banbridge

Ballymena

1150

Dungannon

Tandragee

Downpatrick

1210

Lurgan

Whitehead

Ballycastle

1230

Mallusk

Co Cavan

Rathmore

1250

Warrenpoint

Co Armagh

Letterkenny

1310

North-West

City of Derry

Cushendall

A Club who fails to appear on the day and has not given three days notice of their withdrawal to the Branch Secretary shall incur a penalty of 100. Future entry to the Competition shall not be accepted until the penalty is paid in full.

Al players must be under 18 years on the 1st January 2001.

Each team shall consist of four male members and play will be by foursomes medal play.

The four leading teams on July 30th will return to Knock Golf Club on the 6th August to play a Semi-Final and Final to decide the Ulster winners. The draw will be based on the qualifying scores with 1 playing 4 and 2 playing 3.

Handicap.

The current handicap of the player will be applied for this event and the allowance will be of the Combined handicap. Maximum handicap 12.

Practice.

Teams should contact host Club beforehand. Green fees are payable. One practice round (at least) as if playing with a member.

Course/Clubhouse dress.

Your co-operation in obeying Course/Clubhouse etiquette regarding dress etc. would be appreciated. Denims are not acceptable.

 

B G Edwards, Branch Secretary G I McCandless

58a High Street Hon. Match Secretary

Holywood, Co Down BT18 9AE Tel: (H) 028 9266 5474

Tel: 028 9042 3708 or 028 9042 3148 (O) 028 9267 2096

 
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