The competition is open to all junior members and will be broken down into the folllowing four age groups:

Under 7 years of age
Ages 7-10
Ages 11-14 
Ages 14+

Each age group will be allocated a set number of shots to be taken during their round, and once this has been reached they will place their named flag/marker in the ground where their final shot finishes. The individual who gets the furthest around the course in each age group will win their category, and the furthest overall will be win the Beryl Chadder Trophy.

Understanding the format and the rules

All competitors can take a maximum of 10 shots per hole before picking up and walking on to the next hole. If a ball ends up in a water hazard competitors will add 1 penalty shot to their score and drop a ball, as close as possible to where it entered in a safe position.

All players will be given a name card which must be pinned in the ground once their total shot allocation has been reached.

Shot allocations are as follows:

Under 7 years of age will receive 63 shots
Ages 7-10 will receive 54 shots
Ages 11-14 will receive 45 shots
Ages 14+ will receive 36 shots

This competition is only open to junior members of the Club. For more information on this, or how to join up to the junior section, please contact either Head Professional, Gary Lenaghan or Assistant Professional, Grant Slater on 01841 520261.

Our thanks in advance to the Chadder family for providing this trophy and supporting another great initiative to help our juniors get-in-to-golf.

Good luck to everyone taking part!

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Beryl Chadder Trophy is unveiled. The Trevose Junior Academy continues to go from strength to strength, and we have seen many of the juniors who started their golfing journey with us achieve their first handicaps this year. To celebrate this we are introducing the Beryl Chadder Trophy, to be played on Saturday 18th April 2015 from 10 O’Clock on the Short Course.


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