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Seniors INFO

 

The Seniors Section is open to all fully paid members of Torquay Golf Club aged 60 and over. The current membership is £5.00 payable on 1st November annually.

THE COMPETITIVE PYRAMID

MID MONTH COMPETITIONS

These are played from January through to March and October through to December each year. Entry is via the club's PSI and are open to all paid up members of the Senior Section.

INTER CLUB MATCHES

Friendly matches are played on a home and away basis against other local clubs. They start in March and continue through to October. For each club we play there is a match Captian, elected for a period of 5 years who has responsibility for team selection and overall management of the home and away games against that particular club. Any member wishing to play in these events should put their name on the relevant sheets as they appear on the Seniors notice boardin the Men's changing rooms. Each match is followed by a meal with the opposition.

DMVGA

This association organises a number of tournaments and matches across the season. Details can be found on the notice board in the Men's changing rooms and at www.dmvga.co.uk. Our representative is Bob Files.

EMERTON COURT TROPHY

This is an inter club knockout, with matches played over two legs, home and away. It is run and administrated by DMVGA. 5 pairs a side in each game. Selection for this is made by the Senior section from players who satisfy DMVGA's qualification criteria.

OTHER COMPETITIVE EVENTS

An individual and pairs knockout

Seniors Open Day

Seniors Mixed Pairs

Senior Captain's Charity Day

 

SOCIAL ACTIVITY

Senior Men's Dinner held immediately after the AGM

Senior Men's and partners dinner

Please note there are separate notice boards for the Senior Section, Emerton Court and DMVGA situated in the Men's Locker room. There are also separate boxes for payment of subs and fees.

 

The present officials are:-

Captain             Robin Lovering

Vice Captain      Steve Wakeling

Secretary          Bob Files

Treasurer          Frank Haines-Nutt