All matches are to be played
Lochgreen from the White Tees, the challenger
having the choice. Other tees at
Darley or Lochgreen, or other venues
may only be used by mutual
1. The Challenger is the top
name in the Draw, the Opponent
is the bottom name.
2. Irrespective of who is the
Challenger BOTH parties should
make contact to mutually arrange
the tie as soon as possible.
3. If an appropriate date cannot
be mutually agreed the
Challenger must provide three
reasonable dates for his
Opponent otherwise the Opponent
will progress to the next round.
If the Opponent cannot meet
these dates, he will concede the
4. If a match is not played by
the notified date, the Opponent
will advance to the next round
unless the Challenger has
complied with the above.
5. The winner of the tie,
whether played or by default,
must inform Graham Donald as
soon as possible after
completion of the tie. If the
result of a match has not been
notified to Graham Donald by the
completion date, it will be the
Opponent who will progress.
RULES WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED
CIRCUMSTANCES WILL AN EXTENSION
BE GRANTED FOR THE PLAYING OF
Regardless of the circumstances,
if a player has any problems
with the playing of a tie by the
due date, it is incumbent upon
them to contact Graham Donald for guidance.