|Div 1||Div 2||Div 3||Div 4|
|Links “A”||Abbotsley||Girton||Brampton Park|
|Gog Magog “A”||Ely City||Royston||Links “B”|
|Bourn||Saffron Walden||Ramsey||Gog Magog “B”|
Each division will consist of not more than FOUR clubs, resulting in a maximum of SIX matches
All matches played off scratch. A team will consist of three players declared in playing handicap order, lowest first
Any team member not present by 15 (fifteen) minutes after the first tee time should concede her individual match to the opposition
Matches will be played home and away, with two points for a win or a conceded match and one point for a half. The winning margin of each individual match must be recorded. No winning margin for a match conceded without being played
In the event of a tie at the end of the season, the overall results of the teams concerned when playing each other will decide the result. If still a tie, the number of points scored against each other, then the winning margins against each other and then their total winning margins will decide. If still no decision, the Assistant Competition Secretary must ensure that a deciding match is arranged on a neutral course
At the end of the season, the winning team in Divisions 2, 3 & 4 moves up to the next division and the bottom team in Divisions 1, 2 & 3 moves down to the next division. Teams joining the league in future years, will be assigned to the lowest division
Rule 6 may be amended to balance number of teams per league
Matches to be played between 1st April and 30th September
No player may represent more than one club during the season. Similarly if an individual club enters two teams, players may only play for one team
A correctly completed hard copy of the Result Sheet is required from both teams and sent either via post or scanned via e-mail to the Assistant County Competition Secretary within 5 working days of the match. The form must be dated and clearly signed by both team Captains.
The Trophy is the putter that belonged to Miss M Goodliff (County Champion 1937) presented in 1997 by her niece Daphne Haddock (County Champion 1970, County Captain 1975-76) and Past Captains of the Association is awarded to the winners of Division 1.