The Women’s Grade Competition is the primary women’s midweek inter-club pennant competition played across metropolitan Sydney.
Conducted annually, the Grade Competition is open to all Sydney Metropolitan Golf Clubs affiliated with Golf NSW. Each club may be represented by one team only. Matches will be played in five grades, and teams consist of five players each. Players who participate in Grade may not play Major Pennant (see draft conditions below for further details).
Matches are played over 18-holes of match play without the benefit of handicap. The Competition usually conducted over seven rounds.
Concord and St. Michael’s will go head to head for the second straight year in women’s Divison One Metropolitan Major Pennant after