Rodway Hill Golf Course is a friendly, modern and forward thinking golf complex located on the edge of the beautiful Cotswold countryside. The course has fantastic views over Gloucester and the surrounding area with much to see and discover

Rated 4* Golf Complex on GolfShake.

RODWAY HILL GOLF COMPETITIONS 

Please note that in all competitions start times are published well in advance, and can only be changed by the named starter for the competition, not the players themselves. If the starter instructs you, on the day, to start at a different time, you must follow this instruction.  Failure to do so, or failure to turn up to a starting time without notifying the starter OR the course in advance, may lead to disqualification from all Club competitions for a period of time.

MENS COMPETITIONS

MENS COMPETITIONS
What? When? Who? How? 2017 winner/s
Monthly medals and stablefords.  The second Saturday of each month. From April to September the competition is played as a medal, and from October to March as a stableford. The competitions from November to February are non-qualifiers. The medals are played off white tees, the stablefords off yellow tees.  All men and senior members, paying a £3 entry fee to the starter on the day of the competition.  If you don’t hold a qualifying handicap, you can’t win a medal, but your result will count towards your handicap. The competition is divided into sections by handicap, and the number of medals awarded depends on the number of entries.

By signing up on the sheets displayed on the Boards by the changing rooms.  The start sheet with times on it will then be published on the Board in the shop, and sent to you by e-mail.

There must be a minimum of five players for any medal competition to take place.

Too many to list.
Public Courses monthly medal (April) The April monthly medal (NOT mid-week). Winning scores qualify those players to play in the N.A.P.G.C. (National Association of Public Golf Courses) regional competition. Winning the regional competition entitles the player/s to play in the national finals in September in St Andrews. All men and seniors members, paying an ADDITIONAL entry fee of £3. By paying the additional entry fee on the day of the competition. A number of Rodway Hill players have qualified for the national finals 
Gold Medal (May) The May monthly medal (NOT mid-week).  The winner of the competition qualifies to play in a Gold Medal competition at a prestigious course in the County All men and seniors members, paying an ADDITIONAL entry fee of £1. By paying the additional entry fee on the day of the competition. Chris Nicks
Monthly mid-week medals and stablefords The Wednesday following the monthly medal Saturday. From April to September the competition is played as a medal, and from October to March as a stableford. The competitions from November to February are non-qualifiers. The medals are played off white tees, the stablefords off yellow tees. All men and seniors, paying a £3 entry fee to the shop on the day. Otherwise, as above. You can enter on the day and play at any time on the day as long as there are at least two of you to play together. There must be a minimum of five players altogether for any medal competition to take place. Too many to list.
Shoot-out A Saturday in early October All men and seniors who have won a monthly or mid-week medal – winners will be notified of their eligibility to play in the shoot-out Mark Farnworth
Monthly Medal Best net score All those who have played in any monthly or mid-week medal competition

The trophy is awarded to the player who has the best net score in any medal competition during the year. Where two or more players tie for the prize, the normal rules of countback apply.

No specific entry – all scores achieved in the medal competitions are taken into account

Phil Gardner
Monthly 9 hole qualifiers The last Wednesday of each month from April to September. It is a stableford competition played off yellow tees – handicaps are adjusted downwards to account for this. All men and seniors, on payment of a one-off entry fee of £1 for as many of the qualifiers as you want to play in. While this competition is open to all players, it is designed for those who do not hold a competition handicap and/or who might find it difficult to complete 18 holes. It is therefore expected that entrants will be among the older and/or higher handicap players. You can enter on the day and play at any time on the day as long as there are at least two of you. There is a trophy for the person with the best three overall scores in the year in this competition. Richard Grieve
Memorial Day A Saturday in mid-March. A pairs, better ball competition played as a stableford.  The winners are the pair with the best stableford score by taking the best score at each hole. Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee on the day of the competition Victor Fisk and Alan Price
Spring Foursomes A Saturday in early April A foursomes competition played as a stableford. Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee on the day of the competition Dan Hall and Warren Barnes
Founders Trophy and Plate The first (and sometimes second as well) round is played on the first Saturday of May each year.  Subsequent rounds are played by mutual arrangement by play-by dates. All entrants must be available for the first Saturday of May, and no substitutions are permitted.  If a player is unable to play or does not appear, his opponent will be declared the winner.  Failure to complete matches by the play-by dates in subsequent rounds will result in both players being disqualified. An individual match-play knock-out competition over 18 holes with full handicap allowance. The losers in the first round are automatically entered into the plate competition. Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee on the day of the competition

Trophy – Pars Ghadiali

Plate – James Craig

Summer pairs Over the summer on mutually agreed dates within the published play-by dates. Failure to complete matches by the play-by dates in subsequent rounds will result in both pairs being disqualified. All men, seniors and ladies who choose to enter as a pair. This is a knockout competition of matchplay greensomes. Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee IN ADVANCE of playing your first match. Richard Price and James Craig
Longest Day On the Saturday nearest to the longest day of the year Teams of three playing in a Texas Scramble, with 10% of the combined handicaps of the three players. Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee on the day of the competition Alan Price, Victor Fisk, Philip Price
Nimar Trophy On a Saturday at the end of June An individual competition played for stableford scores off full handicaps Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee on the day of the competition John Clements
Jim Brady Cup On a Saturday at the end of July A stableford pairs competition for men and ladies played off full handicap – the winners are the pairs with the best aggregate score (the scores of both players added together) Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee on the day of the competition Roy Leicester and Robert Clancy
President’s Day The first Saturday of August each year A stableford singles competition for men and ladies played off full handicap Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee on the day of the competition Leo Lucas
Captain’s Day On a date chosen by the captain, usually in August The captain will choose the format for the competition The captain will choose the entry fee, which sometimes includes the cost of refreshments and/or a contribution to the captain’s charity  
Club Championship (NS Pyramid) On two successive Saturdays in mid-summer An individual stroke-play competition played over 36 holes. The overall winner is the player with the lowest gross score, but there are also winners on the basis of handicaps and a separate Seniors’ winner Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £6 per player entry fee on the first day of the competition Dan Hall
Sioux Hatcher A Saturday early in October A mixed competition of teams of one lady and two men with the best two Stableford scores to count Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee on the day of the competition Rose Hook, Dave Brown and Phil Gardner
Winter League 2016-17 Every last weekend of the month from October to March, so there are six rounds in all. A pairs 4 ball better Stableford competition played off yellow tees.  The winning pair are those with the lowest score over their best four rounds. In the event of a tie, the winners will be decided by a match play play off. Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee for all six rounds in advance of the competition. James Criag and Richard Price
Winter League 2017-18 Five weekends from October to December A pairs 4 ball better Stableford competition played off yellow tees.  The eight teams with the best scores from their three best rounds progress to a matchplay better-ball competition to be played in February and March on play-by dates.  The team with the highest score plays the team with the eighth highest score in the knock-out section, and so on Entry is by signing up on the entry list and paying £3 per player entry fee for all six rounds in advance of the competition. Failure to pay in advance will lead to disqualification.  
Clarke Bowl This is based on all competitive play during the season and is awarded to the player who achieves the highest percentage reduction in their handicap during the year.  There is no entry fee. David Pitt

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