JUNIOR COMPETITIONS

Details about England Golf Competitions can be found at:

www.englandgolf.org/competitions

 

Details about the Northern Junior Golf Tour can be found at:

www.northernjuniorgolftour.co.uk

Details about the the competitions run by the DCLGA for Junior Golfer can be found below. The dates of the competitions with links to posters and entry forms can be found here.

Appleby Bowl

An 18 hole strokeplay competition for girls with handicaps of 20 or below

An 18 hole stableford competition for girls with handicaps of 21 and above.

Clement Trophy

An 18 hole strokeplay competition. The 8 girls with the best net scores go forward to a matchplay knockout competition. The first round to be played at the girls’ home clubs.  The semi finals and final to be played at Bishop Auckland Golf Club, the home club of Flo Clement who presented the trophy.

Junior Championship

A 36 hole strokeplay competition for girls with handicaps of 20 or below

An 18 hole stableford competition for girls with handicaps of 21 and above.

Greensomes Trophy

A pairs competition.  Both players drive and then having chosen the best shot the ball is played by alternate players until the ball is in the hole.

 

DCLGA Code of Conduct for Young Golfers

As a young golfer taking part in a DCLGA activity you should:

  • Help create an environment free of fear and harassment

  • Demonstrate fair play and apply golf’s standards both on and off the course

  • Understand that you have the right to be treated as an individual

  • Respect the advice that you receive

  • Treat others as you would wish to be treated yourself

  • Speak out to your parents, a County official or Louise Richardson our CWO if you consider that you or others have been unfairly treated

  • Be organised and on time

  • Tell someone in authority if you are leaving the venue

  • Treat organisers with respect

  • Observe instructions or restrictions, requested by the adults looking after you

  • Ensure your mobile phone is switched off

  • Accept that these guidelines are in place for the well-being of all concerned