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BASIC RULES OF JUNIOR PENNANTS

1. POINTS

Contest points for the season will be awarded to each team as follows:
Win - 2 Points
Draw - 1 point
Loss - 0 Point
Bye - 1 Point

4. THE COMMITTEE

For each contest there will be a Committee comprising a representative from:

- The SEQDGA

- The Host Club

In the situation where a SEQDGA representative is unable to attend, the host club will be permitted a second representative. The decision of the Committee is final.

7. TEAM UNIFORMS

All players in a team must be in the official Club Pennant Team Shirt. The penalty for a player not in official club shirt will be loss of 1st hole for the infringing player.

2. MATCHES AND RESULTS

I. Each match will be worth 1 point.
II. Matches will be halved if no result is achieved after eighteen [18] holes with each team receiving ½ a point.
The Club that secures the greater number of Individual Match Points is the winner of the Contest

5. HANDICAPS

The player’s daily course handicap will apply for each individual match. The lowest handicap player goes back to scratch and deducts his/her handicap from the other player. The other player will then take shots from his/her handicap as per the match index.

8. SUSPENSION OF PLAY / PLAY CANCELLED

I. If a Contest has commenced, matches in progress at the time where the Committee abandons play, will be considered halved.
II. Completed matches will stand as played. 
III. If a Contest is unable to commence: the contest will be halved

3. RULES

All Contests and Individual Matches will be played under the Rules of Golf as laid down by the R&A  Rules Ltd, the Local Rules in operation at the Host Club and in accordance with these Conditions of Competition.

6. DISTANCE MEASURING DEVICES

During Pennant Competitions (irrespective of any Local Rule that may or may not be in effect at the Host Club), a player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only. However, if during an Individual Match, a player uses a distance-measuring device that is designed to gauge or measure other conditions that might affect his play (e.g. gradient, windspeed, temperature, compass etc.), the player is in breach of Rule 14-3, for which the penalty is disqualification, or regardless whether any such additional functions are actually used