Currently 49 players are competing for the Summer Cup 2019.
John Hughes, in first place with 6 cards and a total of 174 points, can from now on, game by game, eliminate the bad scores and improve his total points to maintain the lead.
The winner of this prestigious competition will be the player with the highest aggregate stableford score from their best 6 rounds in the competition.
The next competition in this series will be at Rigenee and La Bawette (May 25 & 26).
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The results of each Summer Cup competition will be updated weekly and published on this page. The final will be disputed on August the 25th (venue to be confirmed).
Monthly Medal and Royal Trophy results are not part of the Summer Cup.
The format will be stableford from the tees decided by the committee for the day.
The maximum playing handicap will be 36.
The winner of this prestigious competition will be the player with the highest aggregate stableford points score from their best 6 rounds in the competition. The committee may decide to reduce the number of “counting” scores in the (unlikely) event of a large number of cancellations.
In the event of a tie for 1st place, the winner is decided by knocking out the highest and lowest card (1st and 8th), then 2nd and 7th and so on, until a winner is found.
There is one category.
You may notice a difference in your score on the day and that posted in Albatross – this will be because there was an error on the scorecard. For the Summer Cup, the Albatross score is the one that counts!
The Committee’s ruling on the day is final!