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Bedfordshire County Golf

Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Limited

Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Latest news

County Mixed Foursomes is open for entries

Friday 1st July 2022

County Mixed Foursomes is open for entries
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Phil Sutton wins Welsh Seniors National Title

Saturday 11th June 2022

Phillip Sutton has found it fourth time lucky at the Welsh Seniors Championship golf, as he has finally lifted the title after three runner-up finishes
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Cameron celebrates career highlight

Tuesday 7th June 2022

Cameron Large wins County Seniors Championship
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Millbrook Lift the Handicap Championship

Monday 6th June 2022

David McKears another winner from Millbrook
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Kenna wins BCG Championship after 22 years.

Sunday 5th June 2022

Dunstable Downs Golf Club hosted the 2022 County Championship and DDGC players registered a 1,2,3 finish
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Ladies Autumn Meeting is now open for entries.

Saturday 5th March 2022

Ladies Autumn Meeting competition is now open for entries.  This event, which is an 18-hole medal competition, is open to all ladies with a Handicap Index up to 48.0 and will be held at Dunstable Downs Golf Club on Monday 19th September. 
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Ladies Seniors 4BBB competition is open for entries

Saturday 5th March 2022

The Ladies Seniors 4BBB competition is now open for entries.  This event is open to all ladies age 50 and over and will be held at Colmworth and North Beds Golf Club on Thursday 6th October. 
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Past County President Alvan Davies

Friday 10th September 2021

Alvan signed off as Bedfordshire Captains President at his home club, Bedfordshire. Supported by his wonderful wife Daphne, Wing Commander Alvan regaled the Beds Past Captains and Guests with the history of his golfing career in Bedfordshire. From being taught how to play by his Support Clerk through his membership at Beds & County GC, to Biddenham and finally the magnificent Bedfordshire GC. A full report and pictures can be found on the Past Captains Report page.
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Cainhoe Wood wins Tavistock Trophy Final

Sunday 29th August 2021


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Welcome to Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Association

Welcome to Bedfordshire County Golf Union

Latest news

County Mixed Foursomes is open for entries

Friday 1st July 2022

County Mixed Foursomes is open for entries
Read More...

Phil Sutton wins Welsh Seniors National Title

Saturday 11th June 2022

Phillip Sutton has found it fourth time lucky at the Welsh Seniors Championship golf, as he has finally lifted the title after three runner-up finishes
Read More...

Cameron celebrates career highlight

Tuesday 7th June 2022

Cameron Large wins County Seniors Championship
Read More...

Millbrook Lift the Handicap Championship

Monday 6th June 2022

David McKears another winner from Millbrook
Read More...

Kenna wins BCG Championship after 22 years.

Sunday 5th June 2022

Dunstable Downs Golf Club hosted the 2022 County Championship and DDGC players registered a 1,2,3 finish
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County Team Handicap Knockout - Quarter Finals draw

Tuesday 17th May 2022


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Seniors get Season of to a Winning Start

Wednesday 4th May 2022


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Stuart Goode Trophy 2022

Tuesday 22nd March 2022

A fantastic performance from Junior Alex Robins saw him win all 3 of his leading games against the legendry Phil Sutton, First team player Scott Armitage and Colts Joe Kirby. First Team Skipper Rob Brightman led the way for the First Team with 3 wins before Colts Matt Green brought 3 points home. Carmine De Silva gave a late showing for the Seniors with a full house, and plaudits must go to Junior Harry Lake for a never say die 3 halves. However it all came down to the last match where the ever improving Aidan Abbott brought home 2.5 points for the Colts as did the ever reliable Paul Kitching. The result being First & Colts drawing 13.5 each, closely followed by the Seniors and Juniors. Pictured below skippers Rob Brightman & Ollie Bryant.
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SEG U14 League Final

Sunday 12th September 2021


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Terms of Competitions

ENGLAND GOLF HARD CARD 2022 - HERE

BLCGL GENERAL CONDITIONS

1. All competitions shall be run in accordance with the R&A Rules of Golf and the WHS Rules of Handicapping.

2. The word “Competitions” includes all BLCGL events, e.g. “Championships”, “Meetings”, “Matches”, “Knockouts” and “Leagues”.

3. Players and caddies must adhere to the dress code in place at the host club.

Methods of Entry

4. Entry forms for BLCGL competitions can be found on the BLCGL web site. Instructions for entry can be found on the form.

5. Further information about the competition, for example format, handicap information and prize categories, is detailed on the web site.

Eligibility

6. All entrants must hold a WHS Handicap Index at the time of entry to a BLCGL competition.

7.  Entry conditions for each individual competition will be given on the entry form including any maximum handicap limits.

8. Full Members of BLCGL are entitled to play in all County Competitions and for the County Teams and in the County Championships. (Qualification is through one of three ways:- County of birth, County of residence, or Membership of a golf club affiliated to the County).

9. Associate Members are Full Members of another County:- Associate Members are entitled to play in all County Competitions including inter-club matches but excluding County Teams and the County Championships.

10. A BLCGL Junior member must be under 18 years of age on 1st January. Juniors will receive free membership of the Association until the January following their 18th birthday. The entrance fee for County events for Junior members, whilst in full time education or under 18 years of age on the day of the event, will be reduced, but for those members 18-21 years of age and in full time employment full entrance fee will apply.

11. Entry to the BLCGL senior section is to anyone over 50 on 1st January, who is a member of the Bedfordshire Ladies County Golf Limited and costs just £1, payable to the Club's County Delegate.

Local Rules

12. The Local Rules of the host course shall be used for all competitions.

13. Distance and Directional Information - Rule 4.3a

Allowed - Getting information on distance or direction (such as from a DMD)

Not Allowed - Measuring elevation changes, or Interpreting distance or direction information (such as using a device to get a recommended line of play or club selection based on the location of the player's ball)

Conduct of the Competition

14. Time of starting, and groups of players, are governed by Rule 5.3 of the Rules of Golf and will be enforced by the competition organising committee.

15. Players and caddies shall walk at all times during the stipulated round, unless the use of a buggy is authorised by the organising committee.

16. Caddies may be used in most County events but they must not normally be professional golfers or coaches. An example of an exception to this rule is County Week, when professional golfers may act as caddies. Caddies are not permitted in junior events.

17. Advice in Match Play Team Competitions - please refer to Rule 24.4a.

18. All competition entrants should take care to maintain a good Pace of Play: Each player should play without undue delay and groups should endeavour to keep up with the group in front. If a ball is lost, and not likely to be found quickly, following groups should be called through – DO NOT search for 3 minutes before calling players through.

Inclement Weather

19. If, in the opinion of BLCGL Officials, it becomes impossible to complete a competition in accordance with that competition’s conditions because of adverse weather or other circumstances, the Officials may vary the conditions to the extent necessary to achieve a result within the time available.

20. See the NOTE below about Safety Guidance in inclement weather.

Competition Completion

21. Disputes will be settled by an organising committee (three to form a quorum). This committee will normally consist of the Competition Organiser, the County President (if she is available) and another member of the BLCGL Executive Committee. The Committee will be identified in advance of major competitions and the decision of this committee shall be final.

22. The Decision of Ties in Stroke Play Competitions will be as follows:

In a two round Championship, ties shall be decided on the 2nd round. Should that fail to produce a result, ties shall be decided on the last 9, 6, 3 or 1 holes of the last completed round.

In a one round event, ties shall be decided on the last 9, 6, 3 or 1 holes of the round. In the case of a two-hole start, the last 9 holes are considered to be holes 10 to 18.

23. A winning Club or Individual will be responsible for a trophy from the time it is presented until it is relinquished. The competition organiser will be responsible for the engraving of the trophy, and the holder of the trophy shall ensure it is returned to BLCGL in time for engraving prior to presentation at the following year’s competition.

24. Unless otherwise stated in the competition conditions a player may win more than one trophy but not more than one prize.

England Golf - Code of Conduct 2020 -   HERE

England Golf -  Pace of Play Policy 2020 -  HERE

NOTE

Safety Guidance in the Event of a Dangerous Situation (normally an electrical storm)The following guidance is taken from the England Golf “Hard Card”. It is designed to assist; it is not an instruction or a Term of Competition. People on the course are responsible for their own actions in such a dangerous situation and BLCGL is not liable for any injury or damage caused by following this guidance. When the warning klaxon is sounded to suspend play for a dangerous situation you are advised:

  • Not to stand under overhead power lines.
  • Not to shelter under trees or on high ground
  • Not to take cover in wooden or metallic shelters, unless the shelter is fully enclosed and properly earthed.
  • Not to exit the course by walking under trees if at all possible.
  • To keep as low as possible and, if necessary, crouch in the nearest bunker or other low point on the golf course.
  • To switch off and most certainly do not use a mobile phone unless it is clearly safe to do so.
  • Not to put up your umbrella under any circumstances.
  • Not to stand near your golf clubs; they act as a magnet to lightning. (If you are leaving the course, you are strongly advised to leave your clubs behind).
  • To remove any headgear which may have metal in or on it, for example ball marker magnets or cap buttons.

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