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I'm definitely in and I'd highly recommend entering to anyone sitting on the sidelines and wondering if they should give it a go. Even if you get knocked out in the first round you'll still have likely had a good days golf, maybe meeting someone you've never met and also on a course you haven't played before.Mark - thanks for organising.Mike W - hopefully I'm not being too presumptuous but hopefully you will keep the scoreboard ticking over as usual, and thank you also for your efforts.Niall
Robinís post reminds me to ask if I can go in the Northern section this year if possible.
Hi! I'm in LondonCan I have more inormation about format, dates and locations pls?thank you!
Quote from: OChatriot on February 04, 2020, 10:09:15 AMHi! I'm in LondonCan I have more inormation about format, dates and locations pls?thank you!It's a knock-out, played over the course of the year. Once the draw is conducted (early March, I hope) it's for opponents drawn against each other to arrange mutually suitable dates and venues to play, ideally at courses of architectural interest. I haven't previously set deadlines to play matches but will gt tetchy if anyone is particularly tardy. For some, there can be a fair bit of travelling involved (mostly in the Northern group), depending on the draw. Whilst it's a random draw in principle, I do try to avoid matches between the most distant competitors but, as things progress, that gets harder.