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Bay Union/Hollard Pro Series Cotswold Downs – Day 1

DATE: Monday 11 June 2018
VENUE: Cotswold Downs
TIME: Shotgun start from 11h00
COST: Pros R 250.00
Amateurs R 500.00 pp

Includes:

  • Green Fees
  • Golf Cart
  • Competition Fees
  • Light meal at Prizegiving which will be hosted in the brand new conference centre.

Also included in the fees for the day: All players will be entered into a Hole In One competition for the day where the first lucky player to hit a Hole In One on the 5th hole gets their name entered into the lucky draw for the pot which is currently sitting at R74 740.00

PRIZE MONEY: Pros: R12,000 Guaranteed (paid out per the PGA official prize money breakdown. However, please note that in the case that there is not a full field, the prize money or the positions paid out to, may be adjusted accordingly.
 FORMAT: Team event will be a 4 ball Alliance 2 scores to count on par 4’s & 5’s & 3 scores to count on par 3’s

Professionals play an Individual Stableford

 BOOKINGS: Call the Pro Shop on 031 762 3660/1 or email Sheldon@cotswoldlc.co.za
 NOTES:
  • By entering for this event you abide by the PGA’s Tournament Regulations & Procedures.
  • The tournament is open to FULL MEMBERS who are in good standing and have paid their annual subscription fee.
  • Qualified PGA professionals will be given booking preference above apprentice professionals.
  • Professionals are required to give the hosting professional running the event plenty of notice when having to cancel a tee time / fourball (72 hours is acceptable).
 DRESS CODE: Strictly golf attire.

  • At National & Regional “Official functions & Prize presentations” – all PGA members involved in any prize presentation must wear a jacket and collared evening shirt. The stipulation to exactly when the jacket must be worn is when called up to receive a prize.
  • All professionals are expected to adhere to the dress regulations on the course and in the club house facility and are also responsible for the dress codes of their amateur.
  • Fines and deducting order of merit points will be enforced should the actions of the Pros or their respective guests bring the name of the PGA into disrepute.
Professionals are required to provide the names of their amateur team players before the day of the event.
The Tournament Committee reserve the right to refuse entry to any golfer entering into any
PGA sanctioned event or tournament.