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Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Association

Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Latest news

Bedfordshire Junior Girls finish 3rd in the East Region County Finals 2019

Friday 16th August 2019


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Luca Thompson wins the Junior County Championship

Monday 29th July 2019


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County Captains Fun(D) Day

Saturday 27th July 2019

County Captains Fun(D) Day - 3rd October
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Entry now Open for County Mixed

Monday 22nd July 2019

The Baroness course at Beadlow Manor is pleased to host this year's County Mixed Foursomes.
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Junior Inter-Club 2019

Wednesday 10th July 2019

Pavenham Park wins right to represent Bedfordshire at the Junior Champion Club
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Bedfordshire Versus Suffolk - Day 5 East Region County Finals

Friday 21st June 2019


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Bedfordshire Versus Cambs & Hunts - Day 4 East Region County Finals

Thursday 20th June 2019


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Bedfordshire Versus Norfolk - Day 3 East Region County Finals

Wednesday 19th June 2019


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Bedfordshire Versus Hertfordshire - Day 2 East Region County Finals

Tuesday 18th June 2019


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Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Association

Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Latest news

Boys' County Championships 2019

Wednesday 7th August 2019

The 2019 Boys' County Championships were played on 6th August
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Aylesbury Vale Golf Club Host County 4Ball event

Monday 29th July 2019

On a superbly presented course at Aylesbury Vale two of our aspiring youngsters, Jack Manley (1) & Finlay Cummings (4) scored a total of 93 points to win the Bedfordshire County 4 Ball. Full results can be found on Competitions page.
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Entry now Open for County Mixed

Monday 22nd July 2019

The Baroness course at Beadlow Manor is pleased to host this year's County Mixed Foursomes.
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U18 Team qualifies for 2019 SEG League Final

Sunday 14th July 2019

BCGU U18 Team qualifies for final for second year.
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Junior Inter-Club 2019

Wednesday 10th July 2019

Pavenham Park wins right to represent Bedfordshire at the Junior Champion Club
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Phil Sutton retains Seniors Championship Trophy

Tuesday 2nd July 2019

On a perfect golfing day Phil Sutton led a field of 72 Seniors scoring 74 on a perfect but challenging South Beds golf Course.
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County Championship Results 2nd & 3rd June

Monday 3rd June 2019

The County Championships, hosted by Millbrook GC
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U18 Update

Sunday 5th May 2019

More success for the Bedfordshire U18s
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Bedfordshire Boys win BUT Trophy

Friday 19th April 2019

Ten young men from Bedfordshire won the BUT Trophy for the sixth successive time at Great Yarmouth & Caister Golf Club on 17th April
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East Region Junior CMW Conditions Of The Competition

CONDITIONS OF THE COMPETITION

1. MATCH CONDITIONS

Squads shall consist of 8 players giving teams of 6 players and 2 reserves for each of the matches.  It is recommended that all squad members play in at least one match.

Each County will play one match against each of the others.  The format will be singles match-play with 1 point for a match win and 0.5 point for a half.  No individual match to continue beyond the 18th hole.  The Competition will be played off scratch and all matches will be played from the ELCGA tee markers.  The team with the most points will be declared the winner.

In the event of a tie, the result will be on the number of games won.  If still tied, the team with the greatest number of individual games won in matches played between the two tied teams will be deemed the winner.

2. ELIGIBILITY

Players must be junior members of the County Association that they are representing and be under the age of 18 years at 00.00 on 1 January 2018.  All players must have a Competition Handicap.

3. THE BALL (Note to Rule 5-1)

The ball the player uses must be named on the current List of Conforming Golf Balls issued by the R&A - available on the R&A website - www.randa.org 

Penalty for Breach of Condition - Disqualification

4. DRIVING CLUBS

Any driver the player carries must have a clubhead, identified by model and loft that is named on the current List of Conforming Driver Heads issued by the R&A. The List is available on the R&A website - www.randa.org.

Penalty for Breach of Condition – Disqualification

5. TIME OF STARTING (Note to Rule 6-3a)

The player must start at the time established by the Committee (Rule 6-3a).  Penalties will be imposed for late arrival on the starting tee.

6. CADDIES

Trolley pullers, buggies and caddies are not allowed.  

7. SUSPENSION OF PLAY DUE TO A DANGEROUS SITUATION (Rule 6-8b)

In the case of a Match being Abandoned – If it is impossible to continue due to time constraints, a minimum of 9 holes must have been played for a Result to be recorded.  Any less than 9 holes and the match will be declared null and void.  An overall result for the Teams will hopefully be achieved from the other matches being played – or, if necessary, by determining the number of holes won overall.  

Thunderstorms – Advice for Safety on the Course

•DO stand away from your golf clubs and trolley

•DO NOT stand under any overhead power lines

•DO NOT shelter under trees or on any high ground

•DO NOT use a mobile telephone

•DO keep as low as possible and, if necessary, crouch down in the nearest bunker

•DO NOT put up an umbrella under any circumstances

  8. PRACTICE (Note to Rule 7-1)

All recognised practice areas within the bounds of the course may be used by competitors for practice on any day of the competition.

9. ADVICE AND COMMUNICATION

Each County may nominate a single person each day to communicate with the players.  Other than this individual, NO ADVICE may be given to players and NO ONE may act as a forecaddie.  Parent, guardians and supporters are not permitted to walk on the fairways or to communicate with the competitors during a competition round.  Failure to comply with this could result in a points deduction for that team.

10. DRUGS

The England Golf Anti-Doping Rules apply to all competitors in this Competition.  Compliance is the responsibility of the competitors.  The Anti-Doping Rules can be found on the England Golf website www.englandgolf.org 

11. RETURNING OF MATCH RESULT

The match result is deemed to be officially returned to the Committee when the match result card has been received in the Junior Administration Office

12. WARM WEATHER

In the event of warm weather, make sure you are protected!  We recommend making sure that you have a hat, suntan lotion and plenty of water.

13. RULES AND DISPUTES OF GOLF

In all matters, the decision of the Rules and Disputes Sub-Committee will be final.

The Sub-Committee will be composed of the Chief Referee, the Referee of the Day and the Junior Co-Ordinator 









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