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Men’s Section

Welcome to the Men’s Section

Club Competitions

Competitions are held in  different formats to suit all members with handicaps. Friendly matches against other clubs in Suffolk and Cambridge offer players an opportunity to play on different courses.

Inter-club matches are arranged both at a regional and national level.

All medal, stableford and 9 hole qualifying competition entry sheets are held in the entry book located in the foyer.
Through the year, please look out for competition entry forms pinned up on the notice board and refer to the fixture list.
For the Summer knock-out competitions, the entry sheets will be posted on the notice board in early March. Similarly for the Winter knock-out competitions, the entry sheets will be posted in early September.

County Interclub Competitions

Tolly Challenge Cup: The team consists of 4 pairs playing 36 holes, foursomes. Handicaps 10 to 18 are valid. Scoring is by holes up or down as an aggregate of team results.
Hambro Challenge Cup: The team consists of 4 pairs playing 36 holes, foursomes. Handicaps 9 and below are valid. Scoring is by holes up or down as an aggregate of team results.
Stenson Shield: The format for each round of the competition will be 18 holes of foursomes match play in the morning and 18 holes of singles match play in the afternoon. Played off scratch. A team consists of 8 players. Scoring is 1 point per win and ½ point for halved matches.
Parks Trophy: 4 pairs playing over 18 holes, fourball better ball, handicaps of 12 and below are valid. Stroke allowance will be ¾ of the difference in handicaps taken from the player with the lowest handicap. Scoring is by holes up or down as an aggregate of team results.
Beaumont Trophy: 4 pairs playing over 18 holes, fourball better ball, handicaps of 13 to 24 are valid. Stroke allowance will be ¾ of the difference in handicaps taken from the player with the lowest handicap. Scoring is by holes up or down as an aggregate of team results.
Order of Merit: This competition consists of a number of rounds at different clubs starting with the Rushmere Vase and including events at Woodbridge, Felixstowe, Purdis and others. The best scratch scores attract a points tariff and the winner at the end of the season is the player who has accumulated most points.