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You must book to play using this ClubV1 no matter when you intend to play, and this includes the Saturday and Sunday morning competitions.

Booking a slot is through ClubV1 as a casual booking, by selecting Booking, then Today's Tee Sheet then picking a time slot.

For Saturday and Sunday Competitions you will notice that some of the slots are marked "Reservation: Gents Competition in Progress" before 10:50am

This is to allow the guys teeing off earlier to get through the 10th tee before the next slot begins at the first.


The Winter League competition is not official, and won't affect your Handicap Index. This means there is no competition entry or score recording online.

There is no weekly sweep or twos prize.

To enter this winter competition you must apply as  team of two to the match committee. The best 5 scores over the winter from each of the two players is totalled and the highest score will win.
Weekly competition card entry consists of putting a card in the match room letterbox which is clearly marked with each player in a particular column - It is requested that you try and enter one card per time slot, i.e 2, 3 or 4 players per card.

This is to adhere to the restrictions in place for the duration of the COVID pandemic.

This card is to be put in the Match Room letterbox as normal.

The match committee will take responsibility for entering and confirming the scores so please:
a) Make sure the Winter League handicap for all players in the group is on the card beside their name.
b) Record the number of strokes for all players in the group in separate columns- the Stableford points will be calculated by the computer.

Winter Course Rules

 From 2nd November 2020, Beith Golf Club are operating 'Winter Rules' for all play.

No play from fairways unless played from a mat.

If you do not have a mat, you must take the ball 2 club lengths into the rough and place the ball.

Marker posts for 2 club lengths are in place within the rough

White lines have been marked out on the course between the 6th and 8th to indicate area within which a ball can be played - note these lines may not always be visible due to weather conditions

If your ball lands in the rough, it must be played as it lies.

If your ball lies on the fairway beyond the white marker posts near the green, you may play the ball as it lies.

It is suggested that on the 1st, if you don't have a mat, that you go across to the right side of the fairway and place the ball there.

Please protect the course by adhering to these rules.