Three Counties Summer League AGM
1. President’s Welcoming Address and Report.
2. Apologies for Absentee Clubs or individuals.
3. Minutes of the 2016 A.G.M.
4. Matters Arising.
5. Chairman’s Report.
6. Secretary’s Report.
7. Review of One League Format- any matters arising to be voted at this point.
8. Discussion as to the proposed changes to the CONGU Handicap system for 2018 – any matters to be voted on at this point.
9. Decision on location of Rabbits Open – Open Vote
Clubs who have expressed interest so far-
Milford Haven Golf Club
South Pembs Golf Club
Garnant Park Golf Club
Carmarthen Golf Club
10. Nominations and Appointment of Executive Committee.
The President nomination is Mr. Richard Evans of South PembsGolf Club.
The Vice President:- Mr Martin Durham of Tenby Golf Club.
The Chairman:- TBA (decided on outcome of Rabbits Open Vote)
The Secretary:-Mr Rhys Jones of Glyn Abbey Golf Club
Ad Hoc Members -Mr. Kerry Rise of Garnant Park Golf Club
Mr Bill Beynon, Tenby Golf Club
11. New Chairman’s Address.
12. Member Club Proposals.
13. Any Other Business.
14. Presentation of Trophies
15. Close Meeting.
Proposed by Tenby Golf Club, seconded by Ashburnham Golf Club
Proposition 1:- As rule 1b has not been upheld this season – it is proposed that rule 1b should be rescinded.
Proposition 2:- The Three Counties Summer League eligibility criteria rules 2a, b & c be adopted for eligibility of the Rabbit’s Three Counties Open Competition.
Proposed by South Pembs, Seconded By Glyn Abbey.
Proposal 3:- If a club postpones a fixture (other than home club for extreme weather rendering golf unsafe (i.e. extreme gale force wind or thunder and lightning) or course closed through adverse ground conditions (i.e. frost or water logged), then the club not postponing the fixture has the right to set rearranged fixture date with or without the agreement of the postponing club.
Proposal 4:- If a club postpones a fixture (other than home club for extreme weather rendering golf unsafe (i.e. extreme gale force wind or thunder and lightning) or course closed through adverse ground conditions (i.e. frost or water logged), then the club not postponing the fixture has the right to set rearranged fixture date with or without the agreement of the postponing club.
Further the club not postponing the original fixture commences rearranged fixture with one point of match allocation of 6 points. This means the club postponing original fixture and causing rearrangement can achieve maximum 5 points in the rearranged fixture. The guaranteed match point concerns the last individual qualifying pairs match, which is normally match 6 if a team fields full minimum team of 6 pairs.
For each subsequent match postponement, the non-postponing club shall commence the subsequent rearranged fixture with a further match point allocation to a maximum of 6 points.
Proposal 5:- Clubs may field mixed gender teams and pairs. All females play off female CONGO handicap and off the same T points as males. Each hole stroke index is considered as the male indices. Pairs may consist of mixed or same gender. If all female pair, hole par and stoke index considered as male rating. Individual hole par and stroke indices are different for males and females and provide unequal contest within a single pairs match.
Rabbit’s Open will be decided on the night.