The Association runs 6 competitions for golfers whose home Club is in the South Area.
SOUTH OF SCOTLAND CHAMPIONSHIP
is a 36 hole open amateur scratch competition for competitors with a handicap of 8 or less. Played at Powfoot, Southerness and Stranraer in rotation according to the area the current president of the Association. This year the rotation has been knocked out as a consequence of the Covid outbreak
SOUTH OF SCOTLAND MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP – the top 16 players in the South of Scotland Championship qualify. It is played at Powfoot, Southerness and Stranraer in rotation.
SOUTH OF SCOTLAND SENIORS TROPHY is an 18 hole scratch competition for gentlemen golfers over 55. A handicaps competition, maximum 24, is run concurrently with categories of 55 & over and 65 and over.
THE SHAMASH TROPHY is a 36 hole open amateur scratch competition for competitors with a handicap of 8 or less. The Association runs 4 competitions for golfers whose home Club is in the South Area.
The Champion and runner up at each club are invited to play at the presidents home club.
We do not have a Championship Secretary at present. Entries for competitions should be made on the forms on the separate child pages for each.
General Conditions of Play
Entries to competitions will be taken on a first come, first accepted basis where appropriate.
The competition will be played in accordance with the Rules of Golf as approved by the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews and in accordance with the Local Rules of the above Club.
In the event of a tie a 3 hole play off will take place immediately after the completion of play. Other ties will be decided on the last 18 holes etc.
On all other matters relating to the competition the decision of the competition committee shall be final.
|Shamish Trophy||Winner||Dumfries & Galloway||Stranraer|
|Championship||Winner||Dumfries & Galloway||Southerness|
|Matchplay||Winner||Dumfries & Galloway||Southerness|
|Order of Merit||Winner||Dumfries & Galloway|
|Senior Championship||Brian Neill||Wigtownshire County||Dumfries & Galloway|