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Seniors and Super Seniors

36 Hole Seniors – 1st and 8th June 2024
Winner will have the highest two stableford scores submitted in the competitions on the 1st and 8th of June from members aged 50 or over. In the event of a tie the better second round will be used.

36 Hole Super Seniors – 5th to 14th of June
Winner will have the highest two stableford scores submitted between 5th and14th June from members in the 60 Plus Competition. In the event of a tie the better second round will be used.

Captains Day 2024

I would like to extend an invitation to attend the Captains Day Prize Giving and Dinner in Barnaby’s on Saturday 15th of June 2024 at 6:30pm.

If you are planning to attend and to assist with catering, Barnaby’s have asked for numbers in advance.  Therefore, can I ask that you order and pay for your ticket in advance from either myself or another member of Council.  Once payment has been received your ticket will be issued.

Please use the form in the link below to select your meals for each attendee.

Captains Day Menu Choices

If you have any special dietary requirements or problems completing the form, please contact me as soon as possible.

For those unable to attend the evening event and who are main prize winners on the day, it would be great to have you join us to pick up your prize.  The Prize Giving which will take place from 7:00pm prior to the meal.

Keith Hanna
Club Captain

Course Conditions | Competitions
From Saturday 11th May until further notice the following local rules will be in place:

E-2 Cleaning Ball
When a player’s ball lies the general area [rough] on holes one, two, sixteen, seventeen and eighteen, the ball may be lifted, cleaned, and replaced without penalty. The player must mark the spot before lifting the ball (see Rule 14.1) and the ball must be replaced on its original spot (see Rule 14.2).

The penalty for breach of a Local Rule is the General Penalty

Model Local Rule A-4 [New definition in place from Sunday 5th of May 2024]

  • During the play of the 14th hole, the left-hand side of the hole as defined by the White Stakes is out of bounds.
  • During the play of the 15th hole, the left-hand side of the holes as defined by the White Stakes is out of bounds.
  • These stakes are boundary objects during the play of both holes, and there is no free relief.
  • For all other holes, they are immovable obstructions.

Midweek Competition

CompetitionPlayed OverFormatHolesTeesEntry Fee
SundaySunday to TuesdayStableford / Maximum Score *18White£5
60 PlusWednesday to FridayStableford18Blue£5
MidweekWednesday to FridayStableford18White£5

All scores will be acceptable for handicap.

* Maximum Score is a form of stroke play where a player’s score for a hole is capped at a maximum number of strokes as set by the Committee at Greenacres to 5 over par.

To help pace of play, players are encouraged to stop playing a hole when their score has reached the maximum, as per the table below. If you stop playing the hole or do not complete it then the score to be recorded on your card is in the hole score column.

Par of HoleMaximum StrokesHole Score

Sunday Competition – Maximum Score Dates

April28th April – 30th AprilJuly28th July – 30th July
May26th May – 28th MayAugust25th August – 27th August
June30th June – 2nd JulySeptember15th – 17th September

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New Members
The course is now in acceptable scoring conditions

For members who have never had a WHS handicap, you must submit a required number of nine and/or eighteen cards played over a measured course. Any permutation of nine and eighteen cards may be submitted but must total a minimum of 54 holes. At Greenacres the Men’s measured courses are the full eighteen holes, the front nine and back nine played of the Blue or White tee markers.

As tee markers are rated by gender and not age. Junior Boys can NOT submit cards from the RED tee markers as they have not been rated for male golfers.

For the score cards to be accepted for handicapping.

  • You must preregister your intent to submit a score card, by completing the preregistration sheet in the member’s room.
  • Please indicate which tees were used and the date the round was played.
  • The cards must be signed by a marker who already has an official WHS Handicap.

Cards will be accepted from other courses, provided the round was pre-registered before commencement of play.

Once the required number of cards have been completed, please place them into the Match & Handicap Slot of the cabinet in the members room and brief note of any playing experience. Examples:

  • Was a member of X Golf Club Y years ago and played of Z handicap
  • I’m member of a society and play X times a year; society handicap is
  • I’m just starting to play golf

Until the cards and accompanying information have been submitted and a handicap has been allocated new members can play with another member in any club competition from the competition tees. When your membership payment has been processed the Match & Handicap Committee will enter the score cards into Clubhouse and your initial handicap index will be automatically calculated.

Other Important Information

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