The tournament will be played in the following four divisions:
Division A – Black Tees – Stableford Net (Handicaps 0 – 11.5) – ¾ HCP
Division B – Yellow Tees – Stableford Net (Handicap 11.6 – 22) - ¾ HCP
Division C – Yellow Tees – Stableford Net (Handicap 22.1 – 36) - ¾ HCP
Ladies Division – Red Tees – Stableford Net (all handicaps) - ¾ HCP
In case of a tie, the scoring committee will perform a countback for the back 9, 6, 3 and 1.
RGA Founding or Platinum Members – RON 100
RGA Gold Members – RON 200
Invitees – RON 300
Accompanying Non Golfers - RON 125
Accommodation and transport to be covered by the golfer
Each Division will be awarded places 1,2 and 3.
Each division will have separate Nearest to the Pin and Longest Drive prizes.
The best three Gross Stableford Scores will be awarded.
Other surprise prizes will be given.
Best three Team scores will be awarded. Teams will be formed by two players each to be selected in the evening before the competition. The final Stableford scores will be added together and the best three aggregate team scores will be awarded. In case of a tie, there will be a countback performed of the back 9, 6, 3, 1 for both team players. In case of a further tie, there will be a countback on the numbers of birdies and then pars of both team members.
DOUBLE PAR PICK-UP RULE
You must pick up your ball and move onto the next hole once you have shot two times the par for that hole or equivalent to X for the hole according to your handicap.
If, after playing a shot, you think your ball may be lost outside a water hazard or out of bounds you should play a provisional ball. You must state that it is a provisional ball and play it before you go forward to search for the original ball.
WORK TOGETHER & BE CAREFUL
Do your best to watch the entire flight and have as many of your playing partners as possible helping search for a lost ball. The more eyes, the better.
R&A RULES OF GOLF GOVERN ALL PLAY EXCEPT WHERE MODIFIED BY LOCAL RULES.
1. OUT OF BOUNDS (Rule 27)
A ball shall be “Out of bounds” when it lies:
a) On or over any boundary wall.
b) Beyond any boundary fence or hedge.
c) As defined with white stakes or lines.
d) The clubhouse and all surrounding areas.
e) On the cliff edge running alongside the 18th hole, the area is marked with white posts, for safety reasons it is advised all golfers approach the cliff edge with caution.
2. WATER HAZARDS (Rule 26)
Defined by yellow stakes and lines.
3. LATERAL WATER HAZARDS (Rule 26)
Defined by red stakes and lines.
4. NEWLY PLANTED TREES AND NEWLY SEEDED AREAS.
Relief from all newly planted trees includes staked and non staked trees.
The ball must be dropped from all these areas at the nearest point of relief within 1 club length so the players intended swing does not damage the young trees.
Newly seeded areas, the ball should not be played from any of these areas and again dropped at the nearest point of relief within 1 club length.
5. CART PATHS, PATHS AND ROADS.
A ball coming to rest on any path or road may be lifted and dropped without penalty.
6. SPRINKLER HEADS AND IMMOVABLE OBSTRUCTIONS
All sprinkler heads and drain covers are immovable obstructions and relief from interference by them should be taken under rule 24-2. (Nearest point of relief within 1 club length.)
Temporary Local rules and course information will be issued by the Pro shop.
Distance posts are at the edge of the fairway and measured in meters to the front of the green.
PLEASE REPAIR PITCH MARKS AND REPLACE DIVOTS.
Leisure Activities for Non Golfers
Golf Academy Lessons with Lighthouse Pro Gabriel Toader during Friday and Saturday available upon booking (firstname.lastname@example.org).
This activity is available for non-tournament companions only. To apply please select the appropriate fields from the registration form.
Please note that there is a limited number of places available, therefore this will apply on a first come first served basis.