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The men’s section is the largest section of the club and has a busy schedule of competitions as well as participating in various leagues.
• Sunday Competitions – Most Sundays throughout the season in various formats
• Pro Stablefords – Usually run on the Sundays where there is no club competition.
• Mid-Week Medals – Once a month throughout the season on a Tuesday or Wednesday.
• Rex Flood Order of Merit – Consists of a player’s best medal competition scores throughout the year.
• Knockouts - The club run various knockout competitions in both summer and winter
Throughout the Summer the Men field a team of 12 players to compete in the Teesside Union league on a Wednesday afternoon/evening. The maximum handicap for the team is 12 and the format is match play.
Throughout the Spring and Autumn the Men compete in the Dales Alliance on a Saturday Morning. The format sees each team host a match in both spring and autumn. Ten man teams tee off in five pairs. The format is betterball stableford off 90% handicap. Normally these matches include a social meal after the game.
The Ladies’ section is a very busy section with lots of competitions and team matches. The main details are as follows;
• Club Competitions on Saturdays and Tuesdays throughout the season
• Knockouts – The Ladies’ knockouts are split into 2 divisions 0-24 Handicaps compete for the Ladybird trophy and 25-54 compete for the Bennion Slade.
• 9-Hole Winter League – Runs between October and March over the front 9 holes.
• Ladies’ Teesside Alliance – These are varied format competions some of which are individual and some team events which are for ladies with a maximum handicap of 30.
• Yorkshire Ladies’ League – The Club have both ‘A’ and ‘B’ teams competing in various divisions of the Yorkshire league throughout the season.
• Eclectics – The ladies run both a Summer and Winter eclectic competition that can be played anytime.
• Club Matches – The Ladies’ section has a number of Friendly matches against local clubs throughout the year.
This is large section of the club for men aged 55 and over. The main details of the competitive side of the seniors section are as follows;
• Competitions – Thursday Morning is the Seniors’ morning with the tee reserved from 8:00-10:00 and players just signing in and playing anytime during this period.
• Knockouts – The Seniors run a Singles and Doubles knockout throughout the summer.
• Teesside Union Seniors League – The Seniors' section has a team in the Teesside Union Seniors League with matches generally played on a Monday or Tuesday. This is a team of 12 players and the format is 4 ball better ball.
• Club Matches – The Seniors play a number of friendly matches against local clubs throughout the summer.
The Rabbits’ section is open to male members with a handicap of 16 or higher and the section runs a number of competitions and teams as shown below:
• Order of Merit – The Rabbits’ section have a small number of events on Sundays alongside the Men’s competitions that make up the Order of Merit.
• Winter League – The Rabbits’ Winter League runs alongside the main winter league across a selected number of events.
• Knockout- The Rabbits’ knockout runs through the summer.
• NERGA League – This is played on Saturday Mornings during the season consisting of a team of 8 players playing individual stableford playing individual stableford with a match at home and 8 matches away at other North East Clubs.
* Friendly matches are also organised on a home and away basis against local clubs with teams of 10 or 12 players in a 4BBB matchplay format.
The Inters section is a section open to male members with a handicap of 8-15. The section competes in a NERGA League, played on a Saturday or Sunday. Teams of 8 play individual stableford with a match at home and 8 matches away at other North East Clubs.
The Club has a Junior section and there are junior coaching sessions at weekends and special Junior competitions.
Throughout the summer the Club has various mixed events as follows.
• Bailumb Trophy – 5 fun events played during the year over the Bank Holiday Weekends. These are played in various formats with prizes for the overall winners and for each individual event. These are very social competitions with meals to follow.
• Foursomes Knockout – This competition is played over the summer.
• Chauvinist Trophy – Played towards the end of the season - this is a match between the Men’s and Ladies’ Sections as the title suggests. The format is decided by the Captains each year.