Joseph Miller Cup Golf Match 2021
This year the Joseph Miller Cup Golf Match between Durham and Northumberland will take place at Sharpley Golf Course on Friday 10th September 2021 with the first Tee Off being at 12.30 pm.
Durham organiser Martin Rankin is looking for 8 – 12 players to play in the competition with places allocated in order of application.
The Entry Fee for the day will be £35.00 which includes green fees, bacon sandwich and coffee on arrival with a 2-course dinner and presentation following the competition.
Last year the trophy was won by the visitors Durham when hosted at Burgham Park Golf Club, Northumberland this year the term will look to complete a hat-trick of wins over their Northumberland adversaries.
The competition format will be Four-ball Better Ball Stableford. The scores from each group will be added together at the end of the games with Province with the most points being awarded the Joseph Miller Trophy.
Please email Martin at email@example.com or telephone 07850527100 to reserve a place. As stated, places will be allocated in order of application. Once the required number is obtained a reserve list will follow.
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