Chaps attached are the final details of the 2009 Amy Austin and the 2009 WHV Open / The Claret Jug Weekend
Location St Mellion Resort : http://www.st-mellion.co.uk/ – St Mellion International Resort, St Mellion, Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 6SD
- The itinerary, entrance fees and prizes are:
2nd October – Early start**, to arrive at St Mellion in good time for the Amy Austin (** If anyone competing in the Amy Austin would like to travel down on the Thursday night to avoid the early start on Friday and would like to stay at the St Mellion Resort then it will cost you £42 per man on a B&B basis sharing a twin room – This has been passed by the Board on the understanding that you do not play (or walk round) either course, however Members can make full use of the Practice Green, Chipping Green & Driving range facilities as much as they like because it does not improve on-course knowledge).
The Amy Austin – Tee times from 12.30 : On the “Jack Nicklaus Signature Course” – The Venue for the 2011 English Open and one of the Top 100 courses in the UK.
Amy Austin entry fee and prizes : £5 a man entrance fee
Winners prize £15
Runner-up prize £10
Nearest the pin prize £5
Longest drive prize £5
3rd October – A lie in and a cornish breakfast for those already there, or an early start for those travelling down for the WHV Open
The Opening round of the WHV Open – Tee times from 12.40 : On the “Jack Nicklaus Signature Course” – The Venue for the 2011 English Open and one of the Top 100 courses in the UK – You will note that those playing in the Amy Austin will have a slight advantage, having played the course the day before – this is not classed as a practice round under T10 and has the backing of the Board.
WHV Open entry fee and prizes: £20 a man entrance fee
Winner £60, the Claret Jug and the coveted Green Jacket
Runner up £30
King of the Par 3s (Most Stapleforth points on all Pars 3s during the CJ) £15
King of the Par 5s (Most Stapleforth points in all Par 5s during the CJ) £15
Club house leader after day one £10
Sunday Best (best Stapleforth score on Sunday) £10
Longest drive day 1 £5 and the Hulk (in accordance with R5.3)
Nearest pin day 1 £5
Longest drive day 2 £5 and the Hulk (in accordance with R5.3)
Nearest pin day 2 £5
4th October – A hang over and a Cornish breakfast for all.
The Final round of the WHV Open – Tee times from 11.40 : On “The Kernow Course” – Originally designed and set out by J Hamilton Stutt in 1976, it soon became recognised as one of the finest courses in the South West, playing host to the Benson & Hedges International Open in 1979, followed by the Tournament Players Championship and the Weetabix Ladies British Open, however with the arrival of the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in 1988, the Kernow course was somewhat overshadowed, until in 2008 it was completely redeveloped, incorporating 9 of the original holes, extended and modernised, along with nine exciting new holes. With wider fairways, larger greens and spectacular views the Kernow course is a wonderful complement to the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course…..
Followed by the Prize giving and the presentation of the 2009 Green Jacket, etc… etc… Followed by a long drive home….
- The rooming details are
2nd – 4th
1 Dougal Baxter Richard Ash
2 William Spittle Andrew Austin
3 Michael Allsopp Simon Harrison
4 Arran Brown Steve Cooper
5 Adam Hogarth Bruce Hopkin
3rd – 4th
1 Robert Hall(?) Chris Gregory
2 Paul Milmore David Compton
Yours, The Pres