2018 sees the launch of a new competition, The Mini Storm Trophy at The Wynyard Club!
This will be a 9 hole competition over a shortened course with prizes for both Boys & Girls age 7-10.
Tri Golf will also be available for any youngsters who are not eligible to play or would just like to come along and try golf for the morning.
We will be supporting The Finlay Cooper Fund by donating all entry fees and money raised from the prize draw on the day.
Please find the ENTRY FORM below and please include your CHILD’S NAME as reference for payment.
Ages 7-10 Boys | Ages 7-10 Girls
Best Gross 1st, 2nd & 3rd
9 holes Stroke-play (all starting on the 1st tee) Blue tee markers
Please contact The Wynyard Club on 01740 644399 and ask for Graeme Storm or Sara Storm.
1. Players must register a minimum of 30 minutes before their tee time.
2. Players must be at the tee 5 minutes before their allocated tee time.
3. Players are responsible for their own scorecard and must sign it before handing it in for score recording.
4. 10 shot rule will apply on each hole. After this please pick up.
5. Ball lost or out of bounds – the player would need to play another ball from the original position.
6. Water Hazards – for safety reasons players are not to attempt to collect or play their ball
from water hazards without the consent of their parent/guardian present. Drops from a hazard will incur a one stroke penalty.
Hazards defined by yellow stakes – the ball should be dropped in the designated drop zone (marked in blue) under a 1 stroke penalty.
Hazards defined by red stakes – the ball should be dropped within 2 club lengths of the hazard on the fairway side under a 1 stroke penalty.
7. Unplayable lie – a drop may be taken under a 1 stroke penalty.
8. Blue marker posts define G.U.R
9. A plugged ball other than in a bunker can be marked and dropped to the nearest point under no penalty (in rules on scorecard).
10. Tournament organisers decision on all disputes will be final.
1. Parents/guardians/family members may trolley pull or carry golf bags to speed up play but MUST be seen to allow players to make their own decisions.
2. If parents/guardians/family members are seen to be coaching/advising during a round whilst spectating then the player will be subject to penalties or possible disqualification.
They are, however, permitted to help search for balls, help with rulings and etiquette.
3. A parent/guardian must remain at the golf club unless another parent is prepared to take responsibility for the player.
4. We encourage parents/guardians/family members to go out on to the course to spectate and encourage the golfers.