The Association, founded in 1956, shall be known as the Cornwall Veteran Ladies’ County Golf Association.
OBJECTS: to provide opportunities for friendly meetings, both golf and social
The Association shall comprise full members of affiliated Cornish Golf clubs, minimum age on entry to be 60 years by 31st January of the current year.
The affiliation fee shall be £3 per year, this amount subject to review at the discretion of the Officers of the association.
The fees shall be collected by each club's delegate by 31st January of each year and paid to the Secretary/Treasurer at the first Delegates' meeting.
Each Delegate shall maintain a list of fully paid members, together with their handicaps and telephone numbers, two copies of which must be made and given to the Secretary and Captain of the Association at the first meeting.
Officers of the Association: President Vice President, Captain, Vice Captain, Secretary/Treasurer, Assistant Secretary/Treasurer.
Election of Officers: The Officers of the Association shall be eligible for election at the Annual General Meeting of the Association, which shall be held at the Autumn Meeting. Officers shall serve for a period of two years, with the exception of the Secretary and Assistant Secretary, whose terms of office can be extended up to five years.
Proposals for debate and decisions made at the AGM will normally come via the Delegates’ Meeting and must be received by the Secretary one month before the meeting. Each Club will have one vote on all issues.
Delegates' Meetings: Delegates meetings shall be held twice a year, in February and June, dates to be fixed by the Secretary in consultation with the Captain. The Officers of the association and a Delegate of each affiliated golf club attend meetings. The quorum shall comprise 40% of the total number of serving Officers and Delegates.
Field Day Meetings will be held twice per year in spring and autumn at venues to be selected by the Captain. The Captain shall also be responsible for arranging fees, numbers and catering at the chosen venues. Posters of these events, prepared by the Secretary in consultation with the Captain, shall be ready for despatch to the affiliated clubs at the first Delegates' Meeting. Both competitions shall include Silver and Bronze Divisions, VV (70 years and over) and VVV (80 years and over) sections. Any change in the format for these meetings shall be decided by the Delegates (after consultation with their respective club members) as shall the means of selection of qualifiers for the Championships.
Matches shall be arranged by the Captain against Devon, Dorset and Somerset. In the first year of Captaincy all matches to be played at home and in the second year played away. The Captain shall also arrange, in alternate years, a match against Cornwall Ladies’ Captains' Golfing Society. The pairing for matches to consist of one Silver Division and one Bronze Division player. The Captain shall be responsible for arranging all venues and meals for matches played in Cornwall. Travelling expenses for matches to be met out of Association funds. The Captain shall also arrange a match against the County Juniors.
Honorarium: £100 per annum to the Captain and Secretary plus a gift at end of term of office, this amount subject to review at the Delegates’ Meeting.
Dissolution: In the event of the Association ceasing to exist, any funds remaining after the satisfaction of all liabilities shall be used to further the cause of women's golf and may be given to any organisation, or person to be used for this purpose.