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COMPETITION FORMATS

 

PAR COMPETITIONS

OFF FULL HANDICAP

NAVAL KISHORE * MALIKA TROPHY * FUKUMOTO CUP * ATC [IGULS] * ALL ECLECTIC PAR COMPETITIONS PLAYED OVER 2 DAYS.

POINTS ARE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS
Nett par score 0 (zero)
Any score less than nett par + 1
Any score more than nett par - 1
Final score is the sum total of pluses and minuses.
Please enter only the gross score. In the case of the eclectic competitions the better score on each hole after both Rounds is counted.

STABLEFORD OFF FULL HANDICAP

LILI FUENTES * JOGI RAO * LADY MARJORIE TANGE SALVER * DCWA SALVER * MIYAKO CUP *RAWLLEY SALVER * EILEEN MANDAL [IGULS] * DEEP SINGH MEMORIAL CUP

POINTS ARE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS
Nett double bogey or more 0 point
Nett bogey 1 point
Nett Par 2 points
Nett birdie 3 points
Nett Eagle 4 points
Nett Albatross 5 points
Total score is the sum of the Stableford points.
Please enter only the gross score

OPEN STROKE PLAY

RANI LAXMI BAI TROPHY * OISHI CUP

Gross score
A player must hole out on each hole

MATCH PLAY – OFF FULL HANDICAP

LADY IRWIN CUP * JIND CUP

Strokes given are on full difference of handicaps. In case of the score being “all square” on the 18th, the match is decided on the better nett score over the next three holes.
If the match is still tied on the 21st hole, then the decision is by “Sudden Death” (whoever wins the next hole is the winner with the score of 1 up).

OPEN MATCH PLAY

VICERENE SALVER * GENESTA SALVER * BRONZE MATCHPLAY TROPHY

No strokes to be given.

If the match is “all square” after the 18th hole, the winner will be decided by “Sudden Death”.

TWO-BALL GREENSOME MATCH PLAY

LILI KHANNA ROSE BOWL

Both partners tee off and select one of the drives.Thereafter they play alternate shots.Strokes are given on 40% of the difference between the combined course handicaps of the partners.

A (h’cap -4) & B (h’cap -24) are partners. Total h’cap is 28.C (h’cap8) & D (h’cap 38) are the opponents.The difference in combined h’caps is 10; 40% of 10 = 4 strokes.Hence ‘C’ and ‘D’ get 4 strokes from ‘A’ & ‘B’.If players are “All Square” on the 18th Green the result is decided by better nett score over the next three holes, and thereafter by “Sudden Death”.

FOURSOMES MATCH PLAY

CHAND UJJAL SINGH TROPHY

Each team plays only one ball, playing alternate shots from tee to green.One player must tee off from all even numbered holes, the other partner to tee off from odd numbered holes.
The team with a higher combined handicap receives 50% of the difference between the combined course handicaps of the members of each side.

DELHI LADIES GOLF WEEK

 

1. It is mandatory to have a Handicap Index. Therefore, players with handicaps from clubs whose course has not been assessed (rated) by IGU will not be eligible to play
2. Competitions to be played in the Delhi Ladies Golf Week are given in the Entry Form
3. To be eligible to play Handicap Events of the Delhi Ladies Golf Week it is mandatory to submit a history of 20 latest scores. In addition six tournament scores are required of tournaments played between 6th November 2009 and the commencement of the Delhi Ladies Golf Week.
The DGC Ladies Open in 2010 is a categorized IGULS event.
HANDICAP DIVISIONS FOR TOURNAMENTS
Gold Division 12 & Below
Silver Division 13 to - 24
Bronze Division 25 to 36
Beginner's Division 37 to 40
(Beginners Division players are not eligible to play in Ladies Section Competitions)
USGA HANDICAP SYSTEM
1. The USGA Handicap System is by and large being universally followed as it allows each player to have a Handicap Index from which a Course Handicap can be derived for play on any rated golf course in the world
2. The basic premise of the System is that every player will try to make the best score on each hole in every round, regardless of where the round is played, and that the player will submit the score card for every round played
3. Handicap Differential – It is derived from the formula :- Adjusted Gross Score – Course Rating x 113 ÷ Slope Rating
4. Handicap Index The average of the 10 lowest Handicap Differentials is multiplied by 0.96, worked out to one decimal place e.g. 12.83 or 12.89 will become 12.8
5. Adjusted Gross ScoreAdjusted Gross Score is the Gross Score adjusted by the Equitable Stroke Control which sets the maximum number of strokes for a hole (irrespective of it being a par 3,4 or 5) depending upon a players handicap, as under :-
Course Handicap Maximum Score On Any Hole
9 or less Double Bogey
10 through 19 7
20 through 29 8
30 through 39 9
40 or more 10
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6. Course RatingIt is assessed by IGU. It measures the playing difficulty of the course for a scratch player under normal playing conditions. It makes the game fairer for all as on a more challenging course a player is given more strokes.
7. Slope Rating It is also a measure of the playing difficulty of the course, and is allotted by IGU.
8. Course Handicap The formula is :- Handicap Index × Slope Rating ÷ 113
9. Manual Assessment of HandicapThe USGA software automatically works out the Handicap Index and Course Handicap. However, when a handicap seems incongruent to a player’s level of play, the DGCLS Committee may manually adjust the handicap. It would help if members while playing notice such incongruities, and bring it to the notice of the Committee in writing.
10. Conversion TableHandicap Index to Course Handicap at DGCLS from the Red Tee :-
Handicap Index Course Handicap Handicap Index Course Handicap
+3.5 to +3.1 +4 19.0 to 19.8 22
+3.0 to +2.3 +3 19.9 to 20.7 23
+2.2 to +1.4 +2 20.8 to 21.6 24
+1.3 to +0.5 +1 21.7 to 22.5 25
+0.4 to 0.4 0 22.6 to 23.3 26
0.5 to 1.3 1 23.4 to 24.2 27
1.4 to 2.2 2 24.3 to 25.1 28
2.3 to 3.0 3 25.2 to 26.0 29
3.1 to 3.9 4 26.1 to 26.9 30
4.0 to 4.8 5 27.0 to 27.8 31
4.9 to 5.7 6 27.9 to 28.6 32
5.8 to 6.6 7 28.7 to 29.5 33
6.7 to 7.5 8 29.6 to 30.4 34
7.6 to 8.3 9 30.5 to 31.3 35
8.4 to 9.2 10 31.4 to 32.2 36
9.3 to 10.1 11 32.3 to 33.1 37
10.2 to 11.0 12 33.2 to 33.9 38
11.1 to 11.9 13 34.0 to 34.8 39
12.0 to 12.8 14 34.9 to 35.7 40
12.9 to 13.6 15 35.8 to 36.6 41
13.7 to 14.5 16 36.7 to 37.5 42
14.6 to 15.4 17 37.6 to 38.4 43
15.5 to 16.3 18 38.5 to 39.2 44
16.4 to 17.2 19 39.3 to 40.1 45
17.3 to 18.0 20 40.2 to 40.4 46
18.1 to 18.9 21
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GUIDELINES FOR PLAY ATDELHI GOLF CLUB - LADIES SECTION
(a) All handicaps are reviewed on the 1st of every month
(b) It is mandatory for a player to put in a card each time she plays a minimum of 7 holes. This will become valid when she plays the next nine
(c) To play in all major club events, irrespective of any handicap category a player should have a valid handicap, within the relevant handicap year of the event to be played in
(d) As per the IGULS directive a player must play a minimum of Six Competitions prior to playing in any regional event in the preceding 12 months, regardless of which category she belongs to
(e) A player who fails to fulfil the above criteria may be permitted to play in Gross events only
(f) If a player manipulates her scores to influence her USGA handicap index, the Committee shall adjust or withdraw her USGA handicap index depending on the severity of the offence
(g) Examples of manipulating scores include
> Posting erroneous scores.
> Stopping play after 12 holes to avoid posting scores.
> Deliberately reporting more or fewer strokes than actually scored.
> Deliberately taking extra strokes to inflate a score.
(h) Filling of score cards will be done as per the computer code number allocated to each player
(i) If a player finds a discrepancy in her handicap, she may contact a Handicap Manager and ask her to review her scores
(j) Players will be responsible for their handicaps at all times
(k) Handicap index sheets shall be issued to players on request prior to their participation in any major competition outside the DGC
(l) Players are required to use pen only to mark all cards submitted

E T I Q U E T T E

Attention of members is drawn to Section 1 of the R&A Rules of Golf.
ETIQUETTE: BEHAVIOUR ON THE COURSE, in the Rules of Golf this section provides guidelines on the manner in which the game of golf should be played. If they are followed, all players will gain enjoyment from the game. Some examples of actions that may be deemed to be in breach of golf etiquette are
> Removing the ball from a hole with a putter or other club
> Not repairing pitch marks on the greens
> Not raking bunkers
> Throwing a golf club or any other item or swearing or any other act of temper anywhere within the environs of the club or course
> Dropping or leaving rubbish anywhere other than in a rubbish bin
> Leaving a locker room in an untidy state
> Using a mobile telephone within the environs of the course, practice facilities and clubhouse
> Abusive or disrespectful behavior in general towards a partner, fellow-competitor, opponent, team member, caddies, starters or any official
> Slow play- be considerate to everyone playing behind you. A conscious effort to play your round in a timely manner will make the game of golf more enjoyable for everyone. Penalties will be incurred for slow play

SCREENING PROCEDURE FOR A HANDICAP ON LODHI (“A”) COURSE

1. Become a member of the Ladies Section.
2. To be eligible for screening on “A” Course a player should have a handicap of 16 or below on the Peacock “B” Course and must give her handicap printout to Mrs. Saima in the Ladies Section , which can be obtained from Mr. Vinod, who sits in the men’s Cloak Room Extn. 217.
3. Enter you name in the Screening Register kept in the Ladies Section
4. Before screening the players may be required to answer a simple questionnaire on the Rules and Etiquette of Golf
5. The player will be taken out for a round of golf on the Lodhi (“A”) Course by one of the Committee Members to ascertain her level of play. Once a player has passed her Screening, she has to put in another 4 cards of 18 holes, (i.e. total of 5 cards of 18 holes), duly signed by a member of the Delhi Golf Club Ladies Section or a member of the club with a valid club handicap. The player will be required to put in 5 Cards of 18 holes each, within one month of her screening. She will then be awarded a handicap on the “A” Course on the 1st of the following month
6. Exceptions for Screening will be made if a player has a valid handicap from a recognized USGA / LGU Golf course in the calendar year of play
7. Screening is not carried out between the months of October to February

HOLE-IN-ONE PROCEDURE

Filling and Submitting the Card
1. Fill in a separate card, marked HOLE-IN-ONE, complete all details including your score for each hole played, put a circle around the hole-in-one score, and have the card signed by fellow players, with their names and membership numbers.
2. Prepare a Xerox copy of the card.
3. Submit the original copy to the Secretary DGC in person.
4. Submit the Xerox copy in the Ladies Section.
The Ladies Section gives Rs. 2000/- for a Hole-in-One on the ‘A’ Course and Rs. 1000/- for one on the ‘B’ Course to those ladies who have opted to join the ‘Hole-in-One Kitty’ for which Rs. 60/- per year is charged in your bill. The award money is not paid in cash but credited in you club bill
 


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