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SUGC Junior Inter-club Team Championship and Mini tour


2019 Details

Junior Inter-club Championship

Rules  - click here

Zone Details  - click here

Blank Results card to download - click here

Fixtures/Results

Zone A - click here

Zone B - click here

Zone C - click here

Zone D - click here

Zone E - click here

League Table - click here

Junior Mini Tour

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Zone Details  -  click here

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Qualifying Results

Zone A - click here

Zone B - click here

Zone C - click here

Zone D - click here

JITC Final

Result

Minitour Final

Result


Rules & Regulations

JUNIOR INTER-CLUB TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP (1973)

Revised January 2019

Match Play off Handicap

1.  Each club may enter 1 team of 4 players.

2.  Matches can be played from early April to 31st August, matches not played by the end date will be halved.
3.  Matches can be played on any day of the week.
4.  The age limit shall be under 18 on 1st January for both boys & Girls
5.  The maximum handicap limit for Boys is 24 & Girls is 36. The 2016/2019 CONGU unified handicapping system applies (Appendix 0 Pages 92- ).
6.  Clubs will be in Zones, the winner of each Zone will play in the final.
7.  For matches postponed for weather or state of the course owing to bad weather, the home club is to offer 3 dates, 1 of which must be accepted by the opponents.

8.  Clubs shall be represented by a team of four players.

     a. A player may represent one club only during any one season.
     b. To decide the order of play on the day, teams must go out in handicap order. The visiting Junior Organiser or Team Manager should be given the course score card and any local rules of the course

9.  Tees on the day will be white for boys and red for girls
10. For every match won a team shall receive 2 points and for every match halved, 1 point.
11. General rules in the case of a tie on points:

       a. Matches won during the season will be taken into account
       b. If the clubs are still tied the actual number of holes won will decide
       c. If the clubs are still tied the result of the matches between the clubs will decide. 

12. The Junior Organiser of the host club is responsible for all rule decisions on the day. Additionally, the only other person who can give advice to a player on the course, apart from his/her caddy, is the person in charge of the Junior Team on the day and that person’s name is to be advised to the Junior Organiser of the host club at the time of booking in. This person can be identified by the official armband.
13. Caddies will be allowed but must be a junior and NOT related in any way to the person they are caddying for. A Caddy shall be under the age of 18 years on 1st January during the year in which the competition takes place.
14. No food or balls to be provided on the day
15. Scores to be typed and emailed through straight after the event using the attached scoresheet.

The Final

1. The final will be a Stroke Play event off full handicap over 18 holes2. Each Team will consist of a team of 4

3. The maximum handicap limit for Boys is 24 & Girls is 36
4. The best 3 nett scores from each team will count towards that team’s total, in the event of a tie the 4th players score will be counted and then, if necessary, the aggregate of the best 2 individual scores and the best individual score will decide the order of finishing. As a last resort rule 10 in SUGC regulations for all competitions applies.
5. As per the qualifying rounds, caddies will be allowed but must be a junior and NOT related in any way to the person they are caddying for
6. Junior Organiser on the day of the final can be called upon for rule decisions on the day. Additionally, the only other person who can give advice to a player on the course, apart from his/her caddy, is the person in charge of the Junior Team on the day and that person’s name is to be advised to the SUGC Event Committee at the time of booking in.


JUNIOR MINI-TOUR COMPETITION (1996) (revised 2012)

Revised January 2019

1.  The Union will hold a Junior Mini-Tour Stableford competition off full handicap annually, with competing clubs in a qualifying stage being drawn in zones
2.  The competition will be open to boys & girls. All Competitors must be under 18 on the 1st January in the year of the competition. All matches to be played before the 31st August.
3.  All Competitors must have an official CONGU handicap which is 10-28 for boys and 10-36 for girls. Having played in a zone match, if, during the season, their handicap then falls below 10 they will still be eligible to play the remaining rounds of competition including the final, off their new handicap. Except in the above circumstances handicaps lower than 10 or higher than 28 for boy / 36 for girls will not be permitted to play.
4.  The 2016/2019 CONGU unified handicapping system applies (Appendix 0 Pages 92- ). Tees on the day will be red for girls and yellow for boys
5.  Participating clubs will be drawn into zones for their qualifying stage events. The players with the best 4 stableford score totals from each zone, regardless of club will qualify for the final. These qualifiers for the final will be determined by aggregating the stableford points of the two best rounds played by those competing in the qualifying stage events
6.  In the result of any tie, the winner will be decided as per rule 10 in the SUGC regulations for all Competitions
7.  Clubs will be restricted to a maximum of 8 players at every qualifying zone event in the initial stage (this need not be the same 8 at every venue)
8.  The Junior Organiser of the host club is responsible for all rule decisions on the day. Additionally, the only other person who can give advice to a player on the course, apart from his/her caddy, is the person in charge of the Junior Team on the day and that person’s name is to be advised to the Junior Organiser of the host club at the time of booking in. This person can be identified by the official armband.
9.  Caddies will be allowed but must be a junior and NOT related in any way to the person they are caddying for. A caddy shall be under the age of 18 years on 1st January during the year in which the competition takes place.
10. No food or balls to be provided on the day
11. Scores to be typed and emailed through straight after the event to the email on the scoresheet.






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