Yonex Ladies Surrey 2022
|Course||Farleigh - Purple|
|Location||Post Code: CR6 9PE > GET DIRECTIONS |
1st - 3rd
At each event we will have over £1000 prizes including merchandise/vouchers for at minimum the top three pairs, plus additional on course prizes for things like Nearest the Pin.
Compete against other lady golfers in the biggest amateur ladies golf tour in England.
Yonex will be present to show you their latest clubs, and we have other sponsors waiting to get involved. Should your pair be victorious on the day, not only will you take the prize for first place you'll also be joining us at The Yonex Ladies Bedfordshire 2022 for our finals day in October.
All our events are run in line with the new World Handicapping System. To qualify for prizes, competitors must have a WHS handicap index which will be used to determine playing handicap for the competition.
Further information can be found here
We have standard the normal options including debit, credit and AMEX cards. Bank transfer, Paypal and Apple/Google pay :)
For the 2022 season we're giving all new and existing customers the option of spreading payments out.
You can secure your booking by paying £25 per person per event and then pay the rest off flexibly at no extra charge. We require the balance to be cleared 60 days before the event starts.
If this is something of interest please contact support via email@example.com - Please note this option is currently only available by request and can not be found on the payment screen.
We also offer a deposit option which has proven extremely successful over the years. It's pretty simple, you just pay £25 per person per event and the remaining balance is paid in full no later than 30 days before the first event.
If this is an option you would like to use, when you are at the checkout simply follow the steps below.
1. On the checkout fill out your billing information
2. Click continue to payment
3. Scroll down and click Bank Transfer and follow the on screen instructions.
Tee times are released 1-2 weeks before competition. Once they are released we will notify you by email. If you wish to advise us of a tee time preference you must do this in the participation form you are emailed ahead of the competition.
All golfers of any ability with any handicap are welcome to play in our events. In order to win prizes in the WHS bracket there is a handicap limit of 28 for ladies and 24 for men. We allow higher handicaps to enter but to be eligible for prizes you must play off the index 24(m) 28(l)
Yes up to four weeks before a competition you can pay a deposit of £25 per person to secure your place. This can be done by going through the checkout as normal and on the final page selecting Bank Deposit. Once you have selected bank deposit and reserved your place, please then follow the instructions that are presented to you. This will involve you contacting your bank either via online banking, telephone or branch and setting us up as a payee. Bank details are always here https://golfpairs.com/pay if you lose the confirmation email. Use your order number as reference.
We have food and drinks at a select few events. If this event is one of them it will be written in the ‘value’ section at the top page.
Yes you can - we welcome single golfer and we will pair you up. We had runners up in 2020 single golfers at an event who had never met! Just join up and you never know if you can't persuade a partner. In our 2021 events we had two singles paired up on the day win one of our events.
Yes, iGolf handicap indexes are formal and official handicaps. Please note in order to be eligible for prizes you must have played 6 formal competition rounds in the previous 12 months. General play rounds are not accepted for prizes.
We require for 2022 all prize winners to have played 6 formal competition rounds in the 12 months prior to the event day. A formal competition (used to be known as Handicap Qualifiers) is managed and administered by an "Authorized Association" (either a golf club or other organization which is licensed by one of the golf unions to run formal competitions). These scores are submitted to the central WHS database by the AA in question, rather than by the individual.
A General Play round (formerly supplementary score) counts when calculating handicap index, but are not competition rounds, since they are not administered by an Authorized Association.
The full details can be found in the CONGU handbook below.
Yes you can give us a call on 01386 291000 Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm.
Alternatively you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org