The ARCHIE Open

Event start date: 1 Sep 2020

Thank You All for taking part in The ARCHIE Open!

Entries have now closed and we are delighted to announce…

1st Place… VAL MITCHELL

2nd Place… DONALD MACDONALD

Mystery Prize Winner 1… COLIN MORRICE

Mystery Prize Winner 2… LESLEY FINDLAY

Mystery Prize Winner 3… DEREK REID

INFORMATION

Play a round of golf on your chosen course, insert your stableford score below and donate £5 to help local sick children. Check here for weekly updates and on our social media pages to see where you place on The ARCHIE Open Leaderboard. Who will win the prestigious prizes noted below? It could be you!

Prizes will be made up from the partner courses noted below and are as follows:

1st Place Prize: The ARCHIE Open Grand Tour – A Year of Golf Across the North of Scotland (12 x 4-Balls)

2nd Place Prize: The ARCHIE Open Mini Tour – Six Months of Golf Across The North of Scotland (6 x 4-Balls)

Mystery Prize Draw:  we will randomly pick one player who will receive a 4-ball from one of the courses below. ANY score can win the mystery prize draw, but you must be in it to win it!

How To Play:

1 – Play a round of golf on a course of your choosing throughout the month of September

2 – Insert your stableford score on the form below

3 – Donate £5 to help local sick children

4 – Follow your progress on our leaderboard

5 – WIN a fabulous ARCHIE Open Golf Tour PRIZE

Stableford is a scoring system in golf which, rather than counting the total number of strokes taken, involves scoring points based on the number of strokes taken at each hole. The objective in Stableford, therefore, is to have the highest score – unlike traditional scoring methods.

Points in Stableford are awarded as follows:

• 6 points – Four strokes under
• 5 points – Three strokes under
• 4 points – Two strokes under
• 3 points – One stroke under
• 2 points – Level par
• 1 point – One stroke over
• 0 points – Two strokes or more over

The number of points awarded on each hole is determined by the number of strokes taken to par before being adjusted in relation to the player’s handicap.

To do this, it involves taking a look at the stroke index on the scorecard.

For example, a player with a handicap of eight will be afforded an extra shot on the holes that have a stroke index of one to eight. A 24-handicapper, meanwhile, would get two extra strokes on holes with a stroke index of one to six and one extra shot on those with a stroke index of seven to 18.

So, if a hole is a par-5 with a stroke index of eight, our eight-handicapper would get one extra stroke (par-6) and our 24-handicapper would get two (par-7).

If you do not have an official handicap you can still enter using your most recent handicap or use a handicap relevant to your standard of play.

 

Please ensure that when you are taking part you adhere to Scottish Government Coronavirus Guidelines

 

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