Irish Mixed Foursomes 2021

Players must be 18 or over by the 1st of January 2021.

Click here to see the Live Draw on Golf Ireland

The male player must play first on first hole of the match and at every second hole thereafter.

Each side must play off the same set of tees on each hole – the standard set of male and female tees respectively where male and female players are to drive.

Teams may play in any combined handicap order.

Eligibility: To be eligible, players must have a Handicap Index on 1st January 2021. This Handicap Index applies throughout the competition. For a pair to be eligible, their Handicap Indexes on the 1st of January , when added together, must not be lower than 19.0.

Playing Handicap: Each player uses their Handicap Index on 1st January to calculate their Course Handicaps. Male players must calculate their Course Handicaps using the Slope Rating of the tees prescribed for Male Players and Female players must do likewise using the Rating for the tees to be used by Female players. The pair then add their rounded Course Handicaps together and the pair’s Playing Handicap is 50% of their combined Course Handicap. If a pair’s Playing Handicap (when the two Course Handicaps are added together and reduced to 50%) exceeds 15, they must play off 15. In Match Play, the difference between the two pairs’ Playing Handicaps determines strokes given and received.

Stroke Indexes: strokes given or received are based on the stroke index of the tees used by men.


First Round:

Bye


Second Round:

Donabate v Roganstown – Donabate won


Third Round:

Donabate v Corrstown – Donabate won


Fourth Round (Leinster North Quarter Final):

Donabate v Balcarrick – Donabate lost


 

2 comments on “Irish Mixed Foursomes 2021Add yours →

    1. Hi Andrew,
      For the Irish Mixed Foursomes, the team which has the home draw (i.e. 3 matches played at the home venue) has the honour on the first tee in all 5 matches.
      The male player must play first on first hole of the match and at every second hole thereafter.
      Regards
      Dermot

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