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All Players Must Hold A Current Competition Handicap

SPRING MEETING: to be played as an individual Stableford competition, but players encouraged to complete each hole in order to identify the four best gross scores in each Division for qualification for the Championships. Players to indicate before competing whether they wish to be included for the Championships

HIGMAN CUP – awarded for the best overall points score
KING CUP – awarded for the most points in the Silver Division (handicaps scratch to 20 inclusive)
MILSOM CUP – awarded for the most points in the Bronze Division (handicaps 21 to 36 inclusive)
TRIM CUP – awarded for the most points in VV (70 years and over) section
VVV TROPHY – awarded for the most points in VVV (80 years and over) section – to be held for 6 months

AUTUMN MEETING: to be played as an individual Stableford competition, but players encouraged to complete each hole in order to identify the four best gross scores in each Division for qualification for the Championships. Players to indicate before competing whether they wish to be included for the Championships

HANCOCK SALVER – awarded for the most points in the Silver Division (handicaps scratch to 20 inclusive)
TRUSCOTT BOWL – awarded for the most points in Bronze Division (handicaps 21 – 36 inclusive)
McPHERSON CLARET JUG – awarded for the next best overall points score in either Division other than above
BARLETT CUP – awarded for the 2nd best overall pOints score in either Division other than above
PARRY SALVER – awarded for the most points score in VV (70 years and over) section
VVV TROPHY – to be awarded for the most points score in VVV (80 years and over) section, to be held for 6 months

CHAMPIONSHIPS – The Championships for both the Bronze and Silver Divisions to be played as matchplay off scratch; the four best gross scores from each Division at both the Spring and Autumn Meetings to qualify. A draw shall be made and the qualifiers shall make their own arrangements for matches, which are to be played on neutral courses, no course to be played more than once by the same player. If two players from the same Club are drawn together, theymay play on their home course. The winner shall send the results of each match to the Secretary. The finals shall take place at Truro Golf Club. The Captain shall be responsible for booking the date for the final and arranging tea with the caterers. In the event of a member of Truro Golf Club being a finalist another venue shall be chosen. Captain and Vice-Captain to referee. Vouchers to be presented after the matches and glass shields to be presented at the Annual General Meeting.