These are to be read in conjunction with the Golf NSW Standard Conditions for Events Run By Golf NSW, the Golf NSW Code of Conduct and the
Golf NSW Hard Card. Should a conflict occur between conditions, then the conditions outlined on the entry form take precedence.
1. Championship Procedure
1.1 The Championship will be played in separate stages:
(a) NSW Stroke Play Championship – stroke play over two rounds of 18-holes. The leading player(s) at the end of this stroke play stage shall be the 2020 NSW Stroke Play Champion. Ties for first place in the Stroke Play Championship will be determined by sudden death play-off, should time permit, otherwise joint winners will be declared. All other ties shall be determined using the Golf Australia Countback System for deciding prize winners. See
1.1 (b) regarding ties for determining positions in the match play draw.
Other Perpetual Trophies played in conjunction:
Leo Wray Bowl – 36 holes nett, played in conjunction with 36 Holes Stroke Play.
Country Championship Cup – 36 Holes Stroke Play, best scratch score recorded by a player who is a bona fide ACT or NSW resident outside
the Sydney Metropolitan Area (defined as the County of Cumberland) and are members of a club in Zone E (see exception).
Exception: An entrant who resides within 50kms of a NSW state border who meets the other membership criteria in the Conditions
may be eligible subject to the approval of the Championship Committee.
Metropolitan Championship – 36 Holes Stroke Play, best scratch score recorded by a player whose Home Club is in Metropolitan NSW.
Silver Basket – played in conjunction with 36 Holes Stroke Play, best scratch score.
(b) NSW Amateur Championship – The leading 16 players from the NSW Stroke Play Championship, who have nominated to participate in
the NSW Amateur, will be eligible to compete in the NSW Amateur Match Play. Ties for 16th position will be determined by sudden death
playoff. If insufficient time is available, such ties will be determined by using the GA count back system. Other ties for positions will be
determined by lot. The NSW Amateur will be match play over 18-holes, with the Final being played over 36-holes. The match play draw will
be a seeded draw. If any match is halved at the completion of 18 holes, players shall continue to play until a player wins a hole, when the
match is then considered won. The winner of the match play stage of the Championship will be the 2020 Women’s NSW Amateur
2. Championship Committee
2.1 The Championship Committee will comprise the Chair of the Golf NSW Golf Committee, Golf NSW General Manager – Golf or their
2.2 In the absence of a full Championship Committee, such members that may be present at the time may give a decision, and any decision so
given will be deemed to be a decision of the full Championship Committee.
3. Rules of Play
The Rules of Golf, as adopted by R&A Rules Limited, will apply, together with Golf NSW Hard Card (see condition 10), and any additional Local
Rules as drawn up by the Championship Committee.
4.1 Handicap: Eligible players are female amateurs whose GA Handicap (or overseas equivalent) does not exceed 12.4 strokes at the time of
4.2 Age: there are no age restrictions in this event.
4.3 Entry Fee: the entry fee applicable for this event is $160 (including GST).
4.4 In the event of entry applications exceeding the number of places available in the Championship, applications from those higher handicap
competitors not exempt from a handicap ballot will be decided by a handicap ballot. Unsuccessful applicants will be informed without delay
and given the opportunity to compete if withdrawals subsequently occur. Monies received from balloted entrants, who do not subsequently
compete, will be refunded in entirety.
4.5 Exemptions: There are no exemptions for this Championship.
4.6 Acceptance: The decision of the Championship Committee as to acceptance or refusal of any entry will be final.
4.7 Withdrawal: upon withdrawal, as detailed in the Standard Conditions, a $10 administration fee is deducted (the $10 admin charge for entries not
made online is also non-refundable).
5. Motorised Transport
See Golf NSW Standard Conditions. Participants must walk at all times during a stipulated round unless permission has been granted by the
Committee. Applications for permission MUST be made at the time of entry. Golf NSW takes no responsibility for the availability of golf carts.
Practice rounds prior to the Championship are at the discretion of the host club. Permission must be sought from the host club’s Professional Shop
Competitors MUST register 30 mins before their starting time on each day of play.
8. Pace of Play
Rule 5-6 will be strictly enforced. See the Golf NSW Pace of Play Guidelines for this Championship.
9. Golf NSW Hard Card
The Golf NSW Hard Card will be in effect throughout this event.