Westhead Trigolflon (Women)

Published on 3rd June 2021 in Supplementary Conditions

 Supplementary Conditions of Competition


1. Entry

  1. The Westhead Trigolflon runs concurrently with three daily competitions and therefore the entry fee is included in the daily entry.

  2. Entry is through the clubs online booking sheet

  3. Member categories eligible to enter are 7 day, Veteran, Super Veteran, Life, Age based and Flexible.


2. Format

  1. The Championship is a 54 Hole, multiformat, handicap stroke play event to be played over three rounds usually in August and September.
  2. Players will compete off the Daily Handicaps valid on each day of play.

  3. Scoring for the event will be as follows:

     – Round 1: Stableford: 10 points awarded or deducted for each point above or below 33 Stableford points (e.g. 36 points = +30 points, 31 points

      = 20 points)

     – Round 2: Par: 20 points awarded or deducted for each stroke above or below net 3 (e.g. 1 up = +80 points, 5 down = 40 points)

     – Final Round: Stroke: 30 points awarded or deducted for each stroke above net 73 (e.g. net 70 under = +90 points, net 75 over = 60 points)


3. Rules

  1. The event will be conducted according to the Rules of Golf including the Flinders Golf Club (FGC) General Conditions of Competition and Local Rules. Where the word “Committee” is used in this or any of the Rules documents it will mean the Golf Committee of the FGC whose decisions will be final and binding on all competitors.

  2. Players (or their caddies) must not ride on any form of transportation in this event unless they are over 70 years of age or are able to produce a medical certificate acceptable to the Committee. Any approved transportation is for that  purpose,only, and if equipped with weather protection shield they must not be used. Penalty statement in FGC General Conditions of Competition applies.

  3. The event will be played from the Red plates for Rounds of Stableford and Par and Blue plates for the Round of Stroke unless otherwise indicated by the placement of movable tee markers on the day of play.

  4. In the event of a tie in any Grade, the result will be decided on count back for the final 18 holes in accordance with the FGC General Conditions of Competition procedure for resolution of ties in 18 Hole stroke play events.

  5. If there is a need to suspend play, the provisions set out in the FGC General Conditions of Competition will apply.


4. General Information

  1. Winner will receive an invitation for two to the annual Presentation Night where they will be presented with an award.

  2. The Golf Committee reserves the right to amend the event and conditions of play as deemed necessary



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