Running Competitions 2022 - Page last updated 01/04/2022

 

 

The Golfer of The Year is an annual point accumulating running competition with the top 10 players score points according to their finishing position in each qualifying round as follows: 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. There will be 15 qualifying rounds in 2022 as follows: 1.H.May; 2.JMC&JT; 3.Club Day; 4.Friend Cup; 5.JT Doe; 6.Tigers etc; 7.Captains Day; 8.Rishton; 9.Club Champs R1; 10.Club Champs R2; 11.Haste Hill Open; 12.Rodgers Shield; 13.Memorial Day; 14.Remembrance Day; 15.Christmas Comp 

 

 

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 round used. In each round the best score for each player will count, with players earning points for every point beyond a score of 30 stableford points. The following competitions count: There will be 4 rounds with for 2022: Spring (4 chances - Spring Shield, Spring Cup, H May Cup, JMC&JT Trophy); Summer (3 chances – JT Doe Trophy, Summer Shield, Rodgers Shield); Autumn (3 chances - Autumn Cup, Autumn Shield, Remembrance Day); and Winter (1 chance - Winter Shield).

 

The Birdie Tree is an annual point accumulating running competition with 5 points for birdies and 10 points for eagles. All scores returned in singles cup competitions concluding at the Winter Shield will count.

 

 

The Carter Cup is a Nett Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions. All nett scores returned in singles cup and trophy events from May to August concluding at the Haste Hill Open will count. There are 12 events for 2022 as follows:

1.Club Day; 2.Clifton Cup; 3.Friend Cup; 4.JT Doe; 5.Tigers etc; 6.Captains Day; 7.Rishton; 8.Boswell Cup; 9.Club Champs R1; 10.Club Champs R2; 11.Summer Shield; 12.Haste Hill Open.

 

The Horn Cup is a Gross Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions. All gross scores returned in singles cup and trophy events from May to August concluding at the Haste Hill Open will count. There are 12 events for 2022 as follows:

1.Club Day; 2.Clifton Cup; 3.Friend Cup; 4.JT Doe; 5.Tigers etc; 6.Captains Day; 7.Rishton; 8.Boswell Cup; 9.Club Champs R1; 10.Club Champs R2; 11.Summer Shield; 12.Haste Hill Open.

Running Competitions 2021 - Page last updated 01/04/2022

 

Golfer of the year 2021 - FINAL standings 2021 (Closed)
Golfer of the year
15/10/21: Adrian Green leads on 52 points from Bob Smith 51 and Stuart Cella on 49.
26/10/21: Adrian Green and Bob Smith now jointly lead on 52 points. Stuart Cella is next on 49 with Mau Patane on 48 points.
01/11/21: Pat Clasby now leads on 58. Mau Patane is next on 55 points with Adrian Green and Bob Smith on 52, Stuart Cella 50 and Paul Smith 48
08/11/21: Mau Patane now leads on 60points, with Pat Clasby on 58, Paul Smith on 55, Adrian Green and Bob Smith on 52 and Stuart Cella on 51.
13/11/21: Mau Patane has closed out by moving to 72 points, congratulations to him.
05/12/21: Mau Patane 80 points - Winner! Patrick Clasby 58 points Runner Up. Stuart Cella and Jimmy Cooley 56 points tied 3rd.
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The Golfer of The Year is an annual point accumulating running competition with the top 10 players score points according to their finishing position in each qualifying round as follows: 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. Counting competitions will be all cup competetion rounds concluding at the Christmas Competition.

 

Four Seasons 2021 - Final Standings 2021 (Closed)
Four Seasons
15/10/21: Adrian Green is leading with 15 points from Pat Clasby on 13 and Mau Patane on 12.
08/11/21: Mau Patane is now top on 19 points, with Pat Clasby next on 18, Adrian Green 17, Dave Whitbread 15, Mick Dollard 14 and George Sheriff and Bob Smith on 13. There is just the one round left with 10 points up for grabs at the Winter Stableford in December.
15/12/21: Mau Patane Winner with 28 points. George Sheriff runner up 19 points. Third place tied with Jimmy Cooley, Bob Smith, Ratna Thapa and Patrick Clasby on 18 points.
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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 round used. Points are awarded to the top 10 scores in each round - 10 to all players with the top score, 9 to the next best score etc. down to 1 point.  The following competitions count: Spring (3: Spring Shield, Spring Cup, H May Cup), Summer (3: JT Doe, Summer Shield, Rodgers Shield), Autumn (3: Autumn Cup, Autumn Shield, Team Players), Winter (1: Winter Shield).

 

Birdie Tree final standings 2021 - (Closed)
Birdie Tree
15/10/21: James Cooley leads with 65 from Paul Dimmer on 60 and Jake Mildenhall on 45.
26/10/21: James Cooley still leads with 80 points from Paul Dimmer on 60 and Jake Mildenhall on 45.
01/11/21: James Cooley now has 85 points from Paul Dimmer on 60 with Mau Patane up to 55 points.
08/11/21: James Cooley has now moved to 95 points from Paul Dimmer on 60 with Jake Mildenhall and Mau Patane on 55 points.
19/11/21: James Cooley remains on 95 points with Jake Mildenhall up to 70, Paul Dimmer on 60 and Mau Patane on 55 points.
It's 5 points a birdie and 10 for an eagle, with 2 cup events remaining concluding at the Winter Shield.
05/12/21: James Cooley closed out to win with 110 points from Jake Mildenhall on 70 and Paul Dimmer on 65points.
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The Birdie Tree is an annual point accumulating running competition with 5 points for birdies and 10 points for eagles. All scores returned in singles cup competitions concluding at the Winter Shield will count.

 

Horn Cup 2021 - Final Standings 2021 (Closed)
Eclectic Gross Horn Cup
15/10/21: Jimmy Cooley and Paul Dimmer are leading on G60 from Mau Patane on 61.
26/10/21: Jimmy Cooley has edged a shot ahead on 59 from Paul Dimmer who is joined on 60 by Mau Patane.
01/11/21: Jimmy Cooley has been joined on 59 by Mau Patane with Paul Dimmer just one back on 60 and Pat Clasby on 62.
08/11/21: Jimmy Cooley has improved to 57, with Mau Patane and Jake Mildenhall on 59. Paul Dimmer is next on 60.
19/11/21: Jimmy Cooley remains on 57 followed by Jake Mildenhall on 58, Mau Patane 59 and Paul Dimmer 60.
05/12/21: Jimmy Cooley closed out to win with a gross 56, closely followed by Jake Mildenhall on 57 and , Mau Patane 59.
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The Horn Cup is a Gross Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions. All gross scores returned in singles cup events concluding at the Christmas Competition

Carter Cup 2021 - Final Standings 2021 (Closed)
Eclectic Net Carter Cup
15/10/21: Adrian Green on 42 leads from Paul Smith on 45 and Raj Cholera on 47.
26/10/21: Adrian Green still leads on 42 leads from Paul Smith on 45 and Raj Cholera on 47.
01/11/21: Adrian Green leads on 42 from Paul Smith on 45, Raj Cholera on 47, Kevin Byrne 48, Wolf Wita 49 and a raft off players on 50.
08/11/21: Adrian Green still leads on 42 leads from Paul Smith on 45, with Raj Cholera 47 and Kevin Byrne and Wolf Wita on 48.
19/11/21: Adrian Green remains on 42 from Paul Smith on 45, Kevin Byrne 46, Raj Cholera 47 with Alfie Stasin and Wolf Wita on 48.
05/12/21: Adrian Green closed out the competition to win with a net 42, from Paul Smith on 45 and Kevin Byrne 46.
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The Carter Cup is a Nett Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions. All nett scores returned in singles cup events concluding at the Christmas Competition

Running Competitions 2020 - Page last updated 05/02/2020

 

 The event season for 2020 was curtailed due to Coronavirus but the following are the results;

 

 Golfer of the year 2020 - Winner Stuart Cella 44 points. Runner Up tied Dave Whitbread and Mau Patane 35 points.

 

 Four Seasons 2020 - Winner Steve Wren 31 points. Runner up tied Dave Whitbread and Bob Smith 22 points.

 

 Birdie Tree 2020 - Winner Liam Cella 55points. Runner up tied Stuart Cella and James Cooley 35 points. 

 

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Running Competitions - 2019 Results

 

Golfer of the year 2019 - final standings as at 1 February 2020 (Closed)
Its all over and Jimmy Cooley wins the golfer of the year with 79 points from Liam Cella on 75. Graham Golding was next on 68 points, then Ziggy Yousaf on 61 points and Avi Kumarasinghe on 59 points.

The following shows how the lead has changed through the year:
09-Nov-19 Jimmy Cooley and Liam Cella tied on 72 - Graham Golding 67 - Ziggy Yousaf 58 - Avi Kumarasinghe 55
31-Oct-19 Graham Golding 67 - Liam Cella 60 - Jimmy Cooley 60 - Avi Kumarasinghe 53 - Jitu Jadeja 52
31-Aug-19 Liam Cella 52 - Graham Golding 47 - Jitu Jadeja 45 - Clive Stasin 33 - Paul Dimmer 33
30-Jun-19 Graham Golding 40 - Liam Cella 37 - Jitu Jadeja 33 - Clive Stasin 33 - Maurizio Patane 28
30-Apr-19 Liam Cella 27 - Pratik Thakkar 24 - Graham Golding 22 - Jitu Jadeja 22 - Maurizio Patane 20
2019 GOYReport.pdf
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Birdie Tree running totals 2019 - final standings as at 1 February 2020 (Closed)
At the conclusion of the 'Birdie Tree' it's Liam Cella on top with 185 points from Paul Dimmer on 180 points, which amounts to one birdie only. Ziggy Yousaf finished next on 145 from Mauritzio Patane in 4th on 130. Full listing is on the attached.

This is an annual point accumulating competition open to all Men’s section members this is a scratch competition and all players automatically qualify for entry to the competition by entering the associated event. There is no entry fee.
All weekend singles cup and shield events commencing with the J Taylor in January and concluding at the Christmas competition in December will count.
Players will receive 5 points for a birdie and 10 points for an eagle.
2019 BirdieTreeReport.pdf
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Four Seasons 2019 - Final standings after the Winter Shield - 1 February 2020 (Closed)
After the Final round of the Four Seasons its George Sheriff at the top of the tree extending his lead and finishing on 30 points. Dipesh Patel moved up several places to claim the runner up spot on 22 points with Paul Dimmer on 21 points and Avi Kumarasinghe and Scott Cook on 20 points.

After the Autumn round 3 events standings were: George Sheriff on 21 points from Paul Dimmer on 19 points.
After the Summer round 2 events standings were: Paul Dimmer on 16 points from George Sheriff and Scott Cook on 14.
After the Spring round 1 events standings were: Pratik Thakkar 10 from Bruce Clark on 9 and Rom Rahman and Graham Golding on 8.
2019 Four Seasons.pdf
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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 round used. Points are then awarded to the top 10 scores in each round.

The following competitions count: Spring (3: Spring Shield, Spring Cup, H May Cup), Summer (2: JT Doe, Summer Shield), Autumn (2: Autumn Cup, autumn Shield), Winter (1: Winter Shield).

The top 10 and ties qualify for the Order of Merit Final in January. 

 

Presidents Cup - final standings 12 October 2019 (Closed)
After the final round it was Liam Cella who came out top on +10 from Avi Kumarasinghe (on count back). Wolfgang Wita and Graham Golding came next on +14. A full list of the standings is attached.

The Presidents Cup is an annual 72 hole aggregate stroke play competition. It is played over the 4 major days with the net differential against the CSS used to calculate player scores. The 4 big medal days are: Club Day, Captains Day, Open and J Williams Day.
The top 10 and ties will be invited to the Order of Merit Final in January.
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Trophy Winners qualification 2019 - final list of qualifiers - 21 September 2019 - (Closed - final on 28/9/19)
The list of qualifiers and exemption periods for playing in future finals are detailed on the attached list.

Final for players who have won or been runner up in a single or pairs trophy event since the last final or won a single event in the current or previous calendar year. The final is singles stableford.
2019 TWF qualifiers.pdf
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Medal Winners qualification 2019 - final list of 2019 qualifiers - 31 August 2019 - (Closed - final on 7/9/19)
The list of qualifiers and exemption periods for playing in future finals are detailed on the attached list.

Final for players who have best scored in a weekend ‘medal’ event in the current or previous two years, or who have won their division of any singles or pairs non-trophy event or team event since the previous final. The defending champion will also be invited.
2019 MW qualifiers.pdf
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Paul Cup qualification 2019 - final standings after Haste Hill Open - 18 August 2019 (Closed - final on 25/8/19)
After the Final qualifying round in the Paul Cup it was Olly Cole who was lead qualifier on 193. The full list of final scores is attached.

The Paul Cup runs from the Clifton Cup until the Open, with all trophy event rounds and the monthly medal rounds counting. A players score shall be their best three medal scores combined. The top 32 and ties and defending champion will be invited to the final.
2019 Paul Cup standings.pdf
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Horn Cup 2019 - Standings after Friend Cup - 18 August 2019 (Closed)
Horn Cup: The gross eclectic cup concluded at the Haste Hill Open with Liam Cella prevailing by 4 shots with a gross score of 57. Ziggy Yousaf took the runner up spot with 61 on countback from Mauritzio Patane. Graham Golding Tul Gurung and Paul Dimmer were all close behind. Full standings are attached.

The Horn Cup is a Gross Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions. All gross scores returned in singles weekend events from the Club Championship until the Open will count: 10 competitions in total.
2019 Gross Eclectic - Horn Cup.pdf
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Carter Cup 2019 - Final standings after Haste Hill Open - 18 August 2019 (Closed)
Carter Cup: The net eclectic cup concluded at the Haste Hill Open with Olly Cole prevailing with a net score of 47. Paul Collas took the runner up spot with 49. Ziggy Yousaf and Graham Golding just missed out on 51. Full standings are attached.

The Carter Cup is a Nett Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions. All nett scores returned in singles weekend events from the Club Championship until the Open will count: 10 competitions in total.
2019 Net Eclectic - Carter Cup.pdf
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Running Competitions - 2018 Results

 

Four Seasons 2018 - Final standings after Winter Round - 27 December 2018
All change in the final round of the Four Seasons with Dipesh Patel coming from 5 points back to lift the trophy with 41 points. Azan Jainudeen took second on count back with 37 from Jitu Jadega with long time leader Afzal Ali finishing Fourth on 26 alongside Graham Golding.

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 Shie
2018 Four Seasons.pdf
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Golfer of the year 2018 - final standings after the Christmas Competition 15 December 2018
No change in the final standings after months in front its Maurizio Patane who holds on with 67 points from Dipesh Patel who rallied in the Autumn with but couldn't quite close the gap, finishing on 65.5 points. Daren Butler finished alone in third. The full listing is attached.

The top 32 will be invited to play in the new season golfer of the year opener the 'Order of Merit Final' in January.

Annual point accumulating running competition. Players score points according to their finishing position in qualifying rounds. All weekend Cup and Shield competitions that are open to all male members count, commencing January
2018 GOY.pdf
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Birdie Tree running totals 2018 - final positions after the Golfer of the Year - 15 December 2018
The 'Birdie Tree' finished at the Christmas competition with Ziggy Yousaf on 155 holding on by just 1 birdie from Paul Dimmer on 150. A full list of points is attached.

The Birdie Tree is competed across all weekend singles cup and shield events commencing with the J Taylor in January and concluding at the Christmas Competition in December, with 5 points being awarded for birdies and 10 points for eagles.
2018 BirdieTree.pdf
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Presidents Cup - final standings after The JW Day 15 September 2018
After all 4 rounds of the Presidents Cup it's Rob Suh on -1 who takes the championship as most consistent big day player from Ziggy Yousaf on +3 who takes second place from Arun Patel on count back by way of best final round. The top 10 all qualify for the J Taylor Final in January. A full list of the standings is attached.


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.
2018 Presidents Cup.pdf
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Paul Cup qualification 2018 - final standings after Haste Hill Open - 18 August 2018 and result from 9 September 2018
After the Final qualifying round in the Paul Cup it was John Holyoake who was lead qualifier on 196. The full list of final scores is attached.
the final itself turned into a romp for Daren Butler who shot a 59 (off of 20) to take the trophy from Pratik Thakkar on 65 and Graham Golding on 66, who beat Stuart Cella to third place on count back.

The Paul Cup comprises 11 qualifying rounds in 2018, with the format slightly altered due to the late start because of ground conditions. The qualifying rounds shall comprise all singles weekend medal events from the Clifton Cup until the Open. which is 11 events in total.
The top 32 and ties from the best 3 aggregated totals and defending champion will be invited to the
2018 Paul Cup Qualification.pdf
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Horn Cup 2018 - Final standings after Haste Hill Open - 18 August 2018
After the Open the Horn Cup Gross Eclectic competition winner is Ziggy Yousaf with a score of 56 winning from Rob Suh who on 60 takes the runner up spot on countback from Paul Dimmer. Full final standings are attached.

The Horn Cup is a Gross Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions. All gross scores returned in singles weekend events from the Club Championship until the Open will count: 10 competitions in total.
2018 Horn Cup.pdf
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Carter Cup 2018 - final standings after Haste Hill Open - 18 August 2018
Carter Cup: After the summer final round of the net eclectic Dilip Vithlani has emerged as the victor with a score of 47 beating Paul Collas on countback.

The Carter Cup is a Nett Eclectic competition with automatic entry through playing in the relevant competitions. All nett scores returned in singles weekend events from the Club Championship until the Open will count: 10 competitions in total.
2018 Carter Cup.pdf
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Running Competitions - 2017 Results

 

Golfer of the year 2017 - final standings as at 9 December 2017
Jimmy Cooley defended his golfer of the year title, a superb performance for a player who has been off a handicap of 4 or 5 all year, finishing on 177 points. Maurizio Patane contnued hos late season form to finish second on 88 points. Jack yarrow, Avi Kumarasinghe and Neil Sherman completed the top 5. The Top 32 have qualified for the J Taylor Salver in January.

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
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Four Seasons 2017 - final standings as at 23 December 2017
The Winter Shield, final round of the 4 Seasons was postponed a week but that did not stop Jimmy Cooley coming through to take the prize with 30 points from Rob Suh on 27. Maurizio Patane, Bill Stevenson and Terry Fletcher completed the top 5.

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
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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.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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