Open Competitions - Entries

Open competitions for 2015 at Boat of Garten will take place on the following dates (click on appropriate event for an entry form):

 

      N.B.   2015 entry forms will be available to download from week commencing 5th January. 

      No entries will be accepted before that date.

 

  • Mixed Open - Saturday 6 June 2015
  • Ladies Open - Sunday 21 June 2015
  • Texas Scramble Open - Sunday 5 July 2015
  • Seniors Open - Thursday 16 July 2015
  • 36 Hole Open - Saturday 1 August 2015
  • Gents 18 Hole Open - Sunday 23 August 2015 - NEW FOR 2015
  • Village Hall Open - Sunday 20 September 2015

  • Please Note
    :
    1) All entries must include a cheque for the entry fee.
    2) ENTRIES are NOT acknowledged and should be assumed to be successful - in addition your cheque will be cashed.
    3) IF UNSUCCESSFUL an entry will be placed on the reserve list, the player will be notified accordingly and the cheque will not be cashed.
    4) THE DRAW will be made approximately 2/3 weeks before the competition and published on this website (see www.boatgolf/visitors/draws).
    5) ENTRY FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED FOR ANY WITHDRAWAL AFTER THE DRAW HAS BEEN MADE.

Visitors are asked to respect the rules of Boat of Garten Golf Club, in particular the following:
a)  Visitors must not use the car park for changing clothing or shoes when the Clubhouse is open.

b)  Dress Code:
     On the course collared shirt or polo-neck sweater and tailored trousers or shorts and golf type footwear. Blue 
     denim trousers, running shorts, singlets or tee shirts, football team colours are not acceptable. 
     In the Clubhouse the minimum dress standard is smart casual wear throughout. The use of mobile phones is
     prohibited in the bar and dining area.

c) Insurance:
     - the Club does not have insurance covering personal property of Visitors. Visitors are advised to effect their
     own insurance.
     - the club has no insurance covering injury or damage caused by Members or Visitors to third parties or to 
     property. Visitors must effect their own insurance to cover this risk.