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New Nordic Golf Open – January 11-13, 2017

Category: Tournaments

“Join us for one of the biggest amateur golf tournaments of the year in Pattaya”

 

  • 3 Days green fee, caddy and golf cart
  • Tournament fee
  • 2 days evening dinner
  • Welcome dinner
  • Banquet dinner and award ceremony

 

The format is an Idividual Stableford with prizes on Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and also overall prizes for those who play well over all 3 days

8,950 baht entry fee

 

 If you wish to enter please call:    Shane 0859459689 

 

SEE ALL RULES TERMS & CONDITIONS HERE

 

New Nordic Golf Annual Championship

This 3 day 54 hole event will played at Phoenix Gold Golf Course on the 11,12 & 13 January for both men and women

Mission Statement

It’s simple....we aim to provide participants with the best golfing and social experience on the Eastern Seaboard. Fair but fun!

Spirit of Nordic

Honesty, integrity, courtesy: three words that have come to represent the spirit in which the game of golf is played. At Nordic we are no different.

Rules of golf & disputes

All Nordic competitions are conducted in strict conformity with the Rules of Golf plus any Local Rules that Phoenix may have on the day

Rules Officials

Rules official will be on hand should any disputes occur. These officials have excellent knowledge of the game of golf and the rules in which the game should be played.

Playing Eligibility

Entries are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Participation must be AMATEURS (men and women) over the age of 18 with an ACTIVE recognised (USGA or EGA) handicap index OR proof of a recent playing history. Course handicaps will be given on the day and the Tournament Committee reserve the right to question anybodies handicap.

Men – maximum handicap index is 36.4. Ladies – maximum handicap is 40.4.

‘Distance only measuring’ devices may be used provided that it does not unnecessarily disrupt the pace of play

Format

Nordic Event is a singles stroke play tournament played on the basis of Stableford over 3 conservative days of 18 holes

3 Divisions for Men and 1 Division for Ladies

Men play from Nordic White Tees (We will set our own tee markers)

Women play from Nordic Red Tees (We will set our own tee markers)

The Tournament Committee establishes different handicap classes in advance with prizes being awarded in each class, thereby allowing competitors to compete against others of comparable ability. Once handicaps for the day are determined for the whole field, the Tournament

Committee divide the field evenly into their respective handicap classes i.e. 3 divisions for MEN - top, middle and bottom 33%.and 1 division for Ladies.

Day 1

Division 1 - Men (Handicap 0-12)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Division 2 - Men (Handicap 13 - 18)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Division 3 - Men (Handicap 19>)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Plus long drives, near pins etc 

 

Day 2

Division 1 - Men (Handicap 0-12)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Division 2 - Men (Handicap 13 - 18)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Division 3 - Men (Handicap 19>)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Plus long drives, near pins etc 

 

Day 3

Division 1 - Men (Handicap 0-12)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Division 2 - Men (Handicap 13 - 18)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Division 3 - Men (Handicap 19>)

Winner, Runner Up, Third

Plus long drives, near pins etc 

 

Overall Championship crowned Nordic Golf 2017 Champion (Men) would be the player with the most combined Stableford Points

Overall Championship crowned Nordic Golf 2017 Champion (Women) would be the player with the most combined Stableford Points

 

Starting times

The Tournament Committee establishes the times of starting and arranges the groups of 4 in which competitors play. The TC permits players to ‘recommend’ their own timings and groupings of 4 players but sometimes these recommendations cannot be adhered to

The TC will advise tee times and groupings to players before midnight on the Monday the 9th January. Strict and consistent enforcement of tee-times is vital to the proper organisation of the event. Players should report to the starter at least 10 minutes before their appointed tee-time.

Players who report late but before their group have teed-off may be deducted 2 Stableford points.

Pace of play

Pace of play is important.

If a group loses more than one clear hole on the players in front, they must allow the following group to play through. The TC reserves the right to warn and then penalise any group who fall more than one hole far behind the group in front. The entire group may be penalised 2 points for slow play.

Issuing, Marking & Return of Scorecards

The TC is responsible for issuing each competitor a score card containing the date and the competitor’s name.

Players MUST exchange scorecards on the 1st tee. Caddies MAY NOT mark a card. Members of the same family MAY NOT mark each other's card.

Ties

In the event of a tie for the monthly tournament, a count-back will be utilised to determine the winner. Points scored on the last 9/6/3 holes played will be tallied.

 

Program


January 10: Welcome Dinner with Live Music


January 11: Golf Tournament Starts. Banquet dinner in evening.


January 12: Day 2 of the tournament. Banquet dinner in the evening.


January 13: Day 3 of the tournament. Galla dinner in the evening with award ceremony.

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