Running Competitions - Page last updated 13/11/2017
Golfer of the year 2017 - standings as at 13 November 2017 Defending Champion Jimmy Cooley continues to dominate proceedings and with 166 points has already confirmed himself the winner for 2017 with one round to go (Christmas Competition on Saturday 9 December). The battle for second place is still wide open though, with Maurizio Patane currently filling the spot on 83, from Avi Kumarasinghe in third on 75 and long time second Neil Sherman now back in fourth on 74 points. Jack Yarrow on 69 and Sudhir Shah on 66 come next. For those down the field, remember that the top 24 qualify for the J Taylor Salver in January so all to play for.
Annual point accumulating running competition. Players score points according to their finishing position in qualifying rounds. All published singles trophy competitions that are open to all male members, commencin 2017 goty running post.pdf Adobe Acrobat document [16.7 KB]
Four Seasons 2017 - standings as at 13 November 2017 The Autumn round of the Four Seasons has now concluded with Rob Suh on 24 taking over at the top of the table from previous leader Jimmy Cooley on 23. Its very close behind that with Bill Stevenson the big mover now on 22 and Maurizio Patane and Terry Fletcher on 20 points. The final round is the Winter Shield on Saturday 16 December so all to play for.
The Four Seasons is an annual aggregate point accumulating competition played across the year with a players best score from the counting rounds in each of the four seasons used. A player scores points in relation to his best stableford score over 30 points in each round (ie. 36pts equates to 6 points etc).
The following competitions count: Spring (3 chances; Spring Cup, Spring Shield, H.May Cup). Summer (2 chances; Summer Shield, J T Doe 2017 four seasons running post.pdf Adobe Acrobat document [14.0 KB]
Birdie Tree running post 2017 - final standings after 10th round on 11 November 2017 The 'Birdie Tree' was Won by Liam Cella who finished on 80 points, from Jack Yarrow on 70 points congratulations to both of you. Paul Dimmer on 65 points and Ziggy Yousaf on 60 came next, a full list of points is attached.
The Birdie Tree is competed over 10 rounds, with 5 points being awarded for birdies and 10 points for eagles.
The rounds are: Team Players, Charity Day, Club Day, Tigers Foxes and Rabbits, Club Champs R1, Club Champs R2, Captains Day, Haste Hill Open, J Williams Day, Memorial Day. 2007 birdie tree running post.pdf Adobe Acrobat document [9.1 KB]
Paul Cup qualification 2017 - final standings as at 13 August 2017 After the final qualifying round Avi Kumarasinghe with a 3 round nett aggregate score of 199 who tops the qualification from Mukesh Vithlani and Mayur Nanavati on 200 and from Chandra Morjaria and Arun Patel on 201.
The top 32 and defending champion have been invited to the final on Sunday 10 September. If you didn't get in there will no doubt be some reserve spots available so you may well get a call (strictly in qualifying order).
The Paul Cup comprises 10 qualifying rounds; the 5 medals (April- August) and the 5 summer cups (Rodgers Shield, Clifton, Friend, TFR & R&B).
From these competitions, a players best 3 scores will be aggregated together and the top 32 players and ties after the final round will be invited to the 18 hole final along with the defending champion. 2017 paul cup running post.pdf Adobe Acrobat document [15.2 KB]
Horn Cup 2017 - final standings as at 27 August 2017 Horn Cup: After the final qualifying round of the Gross Eclectic competition its Liam Cella on 58 who tops the field thanks to a last round eagle on the 10th hole. Avi Kumarasinghe takes the runner up with 59 on count back from Jack Yarrow and Jimmy Cooley who also had 59s. Paul Dimmer and Ziggy Yousaf came next on 60 in what was a low scoring event (which is good!).
The Horn Cup is a Gross Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions.
All scores returned in the following 10 competitions will count towards a players best eclectic total: Clifton Cup, TFR Cups, Friend Cup, CCR1, CCR2, J Doe, Captains Day, R&B Cups, HH Open, Summer Shield. 2017 horn cup running post.pdf Adobe Acrobat document [77.2 KB]
Carter Cup 2017 - final standings as at 27 August 2017 Carter Cup: After the final competition round of the Nett Eclectic competition it was Mayur Gor with a fantastic 47 who took the trophy. James Dowling came out of the pack to take the runner up spot with 50 on countback from Ziggy Yousaf, Avi Kumarasinghe, Mayur Nanavati, Terry Fletcher, Sudhir Mehta, Afzal Ali and Leroy Benta all tied on 50 points. What a great conclusion with it being so close.
The Carter Cup is a Nett Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions.
All scores returned in the following 10 competitions will count towards a players best eclectic total: Clifton Cup, TFR Cups, Friend Cup, CCR1, CCR2, J Doe, Captains Day, R&B Cups, HH Open, Summer Shield. 2017 carter cup running post.pdf Adobe Acrobat document [76.3 KB]
Presidents Cup - final standings as at 16 September 2017 The Presidents Cup concluded on 16 September 2017 with Neil Sherman who headed the competition from a long way out maintaining his form to win with an impressive 1 over total. Paul Dimmer managed to squeeze through to take second place at 8 over, pipping Jack Yarrow on count back.
The top 10 have qualified for the J Taylor Final in January.
The Presidents Cup is an annual 72 hole aggregate stroke play competition. It is played over the 4 major days with the net differential from each used to calculate player scores. The 4 big medal days are: Club Day, Captains Day, Open and J Williams Day. 2017 presidents cup running post.pdf Adobe Acrobat document [8.8 KB]