Matches in 2019
The format of the Midland North Region League will continue this year in line with the changes in 2016, however there is one minor change. The scratch team will be reduced from 6 players to 5 and the handicap team will increase from 4 players to 5.
There are also two friendly matches in the diary again this year – these are for higher handicap girls to introduce them to county golf matches and provide some match play experience.
We will be sending out match availability forms for the early season matches to the relevant squads in the coming days.
Squad Coaching Sessions
Coaching sessions are now held on the second Wednesday evening of every month starting 13th February 2019, they will now be held with Richard Strange at Norwood Park Golf Centre.
Group 1 6 – 7.30 pm
Group 2 6.30 – 8pm
Depending on the weather, guests and daylight, there may be opportunities for groups to start early or finish later, in the summer season.
Any queries please get in touch with me via the contact email.
NCLGA Junior Coordinator
This is open to boys and girls under 12 years on January 1st each year and there are 7 events, all 9 holes or less depending on age. If a girl would prefer to play in an all girls group, just put this on the application form. The idea is to get out on to a course and have fun.
Nottinghamshire Golf Competitions - Junior Order of Merit and Rookies Tour
These competitions will be run again in 2018:
- The JOOM has 6 events and is open to anyone under 18 on 1st Jan 2019 with a handicap of 36 or less.
- There are prizes for the overall best 3 aggregate scores for girls, in both gross and nett categories.
Enhanced Training Grant
The Enhanced Training Grant is available for any junior girls who are under 18 on 1st Jan 2019. Each player can apply for a grant which could be up to £100 and is to be used for individual coaching. The applications must be submitted by Tuesday 30th April 2019 and will be awarded based on a combination of potential ability, progress and commitment to developing their golf. Please note that this grant is paid directly to the Professional when they invoice the County and is not given directly to players.
Successful applications will see the bursaries issued in early May and they should be used by the end of September.
Please can all players complete a new tracker form for the 2019 season to ensure that we are complying with GDPR and to help ensure the safety of girls at any events we run. It is very important that all medical information and contact details are kept up to date, so if these change throughout the year please notify us as soon as possible. We will need to keep this information in both paper and electronic form during the year.
|Enhanced Training Grant Form 2019
|Tracker Form 2019|
|Code of Conduct for Junior Players and Parents|
Code of Conduct for Adults and Volunteers working with NCLGA Juniors