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Hahn Golf Open Amateur

November 20 - November 21, 2021

Join us for the 98th Hahn Golf Open Amateur Tournament. Open to men with handicaps of Plus to 36. Entry fee includes Sunday afternoon presentation BBQ.

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Program of Events

Saturday 20th November1st Round Hahn Golf Open
36 Hole Championship
18 Hole Scratch A, B & C Grades
18 Hole Handicap A, B & C Grades
Brennan Room Brasserie Open for Dinner
Sunday 21st November
2nd Round Hahn Golf Open
36 Hole Championship
18 Hole Scratch A, B & C Grades
18 Hole Handicap A, B & C Grades

Hahn Golf 36 Hole Championship events:
36 Hole Scratch Orange Open Championship (1st, 2nd, 3rd)
36 Hole Scratch C Grade (1st & 2nd)
36 Hole Scratch B Grade (1st & 2nd)
36 Hole Handicap C Grade (1st & 2nd)
36 Hole Handicap B Grade (1st & 2nd)
36 Hole Handicap A Grade (1st & 2nd)


Conditions of Entry

  1. Entry to competitions in this tournament open to any playing member of a golf club affiliated with Golf Australia
  2. Handicaps: A Grade Plus to 12, B Grade 13 to 18, C Grade 19 to 36
  3. Seniors event in conjunction (Seniors are to be 55 years and over at the date of event)
  4. Entries close: Tuesday 10th November 2020 or when maximum number has been reached
  5. The organising committee reserves the right to refuse any entry
  6. Entry fees will not be refunded after the 10th November 2021.
  7. Online entries will be placed on the time sheet as a priority. Time sheets will be available to place names into draw from Thursday 11th November 2021.
  8. The tournament draw will be displayed on this page on or after Tuesday 15th November 2021.

Conditions of Play

  1. Events shall be played in accordance with the rules of golf in conjunction with local rules
  2. Match committee reserves the right to alter the conditions of play if deemed
  3. No player will be eligible to win more than one daily trophy and one major trophy, except nearest the pins
  4. In the event of ties in 36 hole scratch events, play will be over three holes determined by the match committee. If tied after 3 holes, sudden death thereafter on holes nominated by the committee and until a result achieved. Handicap events will be decided by the count back system
  5. Match committee decisions will be final
  6. Players are eligible to use motorised carts, bikes or the like during the course of play, however, players may not take up the use of motorised carts after the commencement of play
  7. Golf NSW conditions of play Vardon events apply



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