Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Association

Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Latest news

Luton Hoo Challenge Tour Event: Volunteers Needed

Monday 21st August 2017


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Bridgestone European Challenge Tour comes to Luton Hoo

Tuesday 25th July 2017


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Georgia Staroscik wins Bedfordshire Junior County Championship

Tuesday 25th July 2017


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Bedfordshire Schools regain the McPartlin Trophy

Sunday 16th July 2017


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Bedfordshire team wins the team shield for the first time.

Tuesday 11th July 2017


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Success at the annual Bedfordshire schools rookie event

Friday 7th July 2017


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County Match Week 2017 report at 'Sunny Hunny'

Saturday 24th June 2017


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Estelle Klausner & Bridie Quinn wins the Sue Paterson Salver

Wednesday 7th June 2017


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9 hole Competition for New Lady Golfers

Tuesday 30th May 2017


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Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Association

Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Latest news

Luton Hoo Challenge Tour Event: Volunteers Needed

Monday 21st August 2017


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Boys' County Championships

Tuesday 8th August 2017

The Boys' County Championships were held on Monday 7th August at The Bedford Golf Club
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Tavistock Trophy Final

Monday 31st July 2017

Beford & County, John O'Gaunt and Beadlow Manor will contest the final
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Bridgestone European Challenge Tour comes to Luton Hoo

Tuesday 25th July 2017


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Bedfordshire Schools regain the McPartlin Trophy

Sunday 16th July 2017


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More Junior Success

Saturday 15th July 2017

Matt Green wins Schools Trophy
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England Golf South East Mens' County Qualifier

Tuesday 11th July 2017

A hard day at Sheringham but we look to the positives
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Success at the annual Bedfordshire schools rookie event

Friday 7th July 2017


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Bedford & County 2 qualify for Woodhall Spa

Wednesday 14th June 2017

Bedford & County 2 won the Junior Inter Club to qualify for the EG Junior Champion Club competition at Woodhall SPa
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Handicap League

Pos

Club

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

Points

Games

1

Pavenham Park

8

7


1

2142.5

2

Aspley Guise96

2

12039.5

3

The Bedford96
31836.5

4

Tilsworth8621830.5

5

Dunstable Downs125161642

6

Leighton Buzzard115151635.5

7

John O'Gaunt94231432.5

8

Mount Pleasant114
71231.5

9

Millbrook9451230.5

10

Bedford & County102441029

11

Bedfordshire931
51026

12

Beadlow Manor93
6928.5

13

South Beds9

1

1

7427.5

Individual Match Results


AG

B&C

BED

BEDT

BM

DD

JOG

LB

PP

SB

MIL

MP

TIL

Legs

AG


3.5

6.5

2


4

3.5

5

5

5

5



39.5

B&C

3.5


3.5


4

0

3.5

3.5


4

2

3

​2

29

BED

0.5

3.5


5


2

5.5

2

0

4.5


3


26

BEDT

5


2


6

4.5

2.5

5


5


4.5

2

36.5

BM


3


1


5.5

2

3

1


2

6

5

28.5

DD

3

7

5

2.5

1.5


​2

5.5

2.5

3.5

4

4.5

1

42

JOG

3.5

3.5

1.5

4.5

​5

5


5



2

2.5


32.5

LB

2

3.5

5

2

4

1.5

2


5

4

0.5

6


35.5

PP

2


7


6

4.5


2


4.5

6.5

5

7

44.5

SB

2

3

2.5

2


3.5


3

2.5



6

3

27.5

MIL

2

5



5

3

5

6.5

0.5



1

2.5

30.5

MP


4

4

2.5

1

2.5

4.5

1

2

1

6


3

31.5

TIL


5


5

2

6



0

4

4.5

4


30.5

















Handicap League (Shield) Rules

1. The Handicap League currently consists of clubs who play each other once during the year i.e. home one year, away the next. Matches must be completed & all results submitted on the website by no later than the first week in October

.2. If a match cannot be played on the fixed date due to exceptional circumstances, the match may be re-arranged but must be completed by the first week of October.Note - inability to raise a full team is not an exceptional circumstance. In such a case, the fixture must be played on the specified date irrespective of how many players are available. Matches should only be postponed/re-arranged in truly exceptional circumstances (i.e. a course is “officially” closed).

3. If a club wishes to either join or leave the league, they must put their request in to the County Committee for the June/July meeting to allow for arrangements to be made for the following year.

4. League matches are played off full handicap - the allowance being the full difference between the handicaps of the 2 players. : i) A match will consist of seven games. Each game will consist of 18 holes match play. If a game is all square after 18 holes, the game is halved & each team will score ½ point. For a game won, the player’s team will be awarded 1 point. ii) In the event that a club cannot field a full team they will forfeit the games of the missing players. If a player fails to arrive for a match or retires before a result is achieved the result for that game will be deemed to be 5:4 for their opponent. The individual results of each match must be submitted on the web as soon as possible. iii) After results are submitted the team winning the most games will be awarded 3 League points. In the event of a draw (3½ - 3½) each team will be awarded 1 League point.

5. If a player is a member of more than one golf club, she must state which club she intends to represent that year.

6. The Lady Captain or her representative plays first. The remainder of the team play in handicap order (lowest first). Team sheets are to be exchanged before the start of each match. 7. Handicap limit is 35. If a club has difficulty in fielding a team with handicaps of 35 or less, the club should contact either the County Captain or County Competitions Secretary for guidance.

8. Matches are usually played during the week.

9. Where the course becomes unplayable during the match or the match has to be abandoned due to severe weather conditions and resumption of play is not possible, the following will apply :

i) If a game in the match has played 9 or more holes the result of that game when play was abandoned will stand.

ii) If a game in the match has played fewer than 9 holes it will be deemed a halved game.

iii) If no games are played the match will be halved.

10. The home team provides post match refreshments at a nominal charge, unless a different arrangement is agreed between the clubs.

11. The winner of the League will be the team with the most League Points awarded. In the case of a draw, the winner will be the team with the higher number of games won In the final analysis when all matches have been completed if two or more clubs are tied on League points and games won, the County Handicap Shield will be shared. Trophy to be presented at the AGM.

Submit Results







Home Team Won
Away Team Won
Match Halved
7 - 0
6.5 - 0.5
6 - 1
5.5 - 1.5
5 - 2
4.5 - 2.5
4 - 3
3.5 - 3.5









































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