The Vardon Title
To achieve balance in the averaging of scores a course rating of 70 is adopted for all rounds. Therefore, if a player returns a score of 77 on a course rated 72 a Vardon score of 75 is recorded. A score of 72 on a course rated 68 results in a Vardon score of 74 being recorded. It is essential that all cards are returned as a players failing to return his card has a Vardon score of 86 recorded which will obviously have a significant impact on his average score at year end.
Effective 2017 an order of merit has been introduced. Aimed at rewarding regular and consistent play and including a point score along similar lines to the Fed Ex Cup, the system will provide invaluable information to the selectors when selecting representative teams and give regular open competition players a tool by which they can assess their performances against friends and other local players. A synopsis of the system can be viewed by clicking here.
To view the standings of the leading 35 players as at 22 September click here.
Opening day for CCWGA will be held at Magenta Golf Club on Monday 19th February 2018.
The Flyer and Entry Form can ...
Louise Mullard from Morisset and Kim Burke from Magenta/ Shelly Beach have both had great wins recently.
Kim Burke ...
The second day of the CCWGA Annual Tournament was held today at Morisset.
Again we had a fabulous day for golf and ...