The Joseph Miller Cup
Once again, the Province of Durham has been challenged to a golf match by the Province of Northumberland to contest the Joseph Miller Trophy. Last year the Trophy was won by Durham at the Garesfield Golf Club.
The organiser for Durham, Martin Rankin is looking for 8 – 12 players to play in this competition and places will be allocated in order of application.
The full details are as Follows :-
Date: Friday 4th September 2020
First Tee Off Time 12.28pm
Venue: Burgham Park Golf Club Northumberland, (click for full Club details) situated just on the west side of the A1 before the turnoff for Felton.
Competition 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 most points being awarded the Jospeh Miller Trophy.
Entry fee is £35.00 which includes coffee and sandwich before play, 18 holes of golf and 2 course meal (menu will be sent to all Brethren that agree to play)
Please email Martin at email@example.com or telephone 07850527100 to reserve a place. As stated places will allocated in order of application. Once the required number is obtained a reserve list will follow.
Please feel free to pass this information to anyone that you feel may be interested.
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