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Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Association

Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union

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4BBB Winners

Tuesday 17th April 2018


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Golf, Cake & Prosecco

Monday 16th April 2018

First of 4 events held at the weekend at The Bedford Golf Club
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Pavenham off to winning start in the Handicap League

Friday 6th April 2018

Despite all the recent wet weather the Handicap League got underway on Thursday. Pavenham opened up with a resounding win 7-0 against Beadlow Manor. Looks like they could be the ones to watch again this year! A big thank you to the Ladies of Aspley Guise who are rallying round to supply trolleys with Hedgehog wheels to their first opponents Dunstable Downs on Monday.

London Foursomes Matchplay

Thursday 29th March 2018


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Golf's Modernised Rules Released

Monday 12th March 2018


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Claire Arbuckle Gets 1st Hole in One!

Monday 15th January 2018


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Congratulations to Helen Taylor BLCGA County Captain for 2017-2019

Sunday 19th November 2017


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League Results

Monday 16th October 2017


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County Captain's Fun(D) Day

Monday 9th October 2017


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Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Association

Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union

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Brightman & Steele win 2018 County Foursomes

Monday 23rd April 2018

On the day Duncan became a grandad he and partner Rob, both members of Millbrook GC, stormed The Bedford course to win the first event of the year. Scoring a 150 they pipped aspiring youngster's George Garnham & Jack Manley by one shot.
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Bedfordshire wins BUT Trophy - Again!

Saturday 7th April 2018

The Bedfordshire U18 boys won the BUT Trophy for the fifth year in succession on Wednesday 4th April 2018 at The Millbrook.
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Stuart Goode Memorial Trophy

Sunday 1st April 2018

The second year of the Stuart Goode Memorial Trophy was won by the First Team
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Junior Order of Merit

Wednesday 25th October 2017

Aidan Abbott and Joel Gosling win Order of Merit
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Greg breezes to victory

Sunday 22nd October 2017

Strong winds made for very testing conditions on County Finals Day at Beds and County Golf club. Greg Osborne triumphed in the Scratch Knockout and The Bedford won the Club Handicap Knockout in it's inaugural year. In the mid-handicap final, the match was tied after 18 holes with and settled on the first extra hole when Josh Bamford sunk his birdie putt for a Leighton Buzzard victory.
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Bedfordshire Schools Scratch Championship

Tuesday 17th October 2017

Jack Manley claims Schools Championship
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U18 Team Manager Vacancy

Saturday 7th October 2017

BCGU is seeking a Manager for the County U18 Team
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Annabel Pitts and Ben Evans are County Foursomes Champions for 2017

Monday 2nd October 2017


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Tavistock Trophy Final

Friday 25th August 2017

Beadlow Manor wins the Tavistock Trophy........again!
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Scratch League


Pos

Club

Played

Won

Drawn

Lost

Points

Games

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8


Individual Match Results


AG

AV

BED

B&C

DD

JOG

LB

SB

Legs

AG


AV

BED

B&C

DD

JOG

LB

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Scratch League Rules

1. The Scratch 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 scratch : i) A match will consist of three 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 (1½ - 1½) 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. Team sheets to be exchanged before the start of each match. The players go out in ascending handicap order. The Captain has the option of interchanging any players who have a (playing) handicap difference of no more than two.

7. Handicap limit is 20.

8. 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. 8. 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

9. 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 Ward Wand Trophy will be shared. Trophy to be presented at the AGM.

Results Form







Home Team Won
Away Team Won
Match Halved
3 - 0
2.5 - 0.5
2 - 1
1.5 - 1.5




















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