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Men's Club Team Championship, B-V Cup (gross) and B-V Shield (nett), open to teams of three, all to count with a maximum individual handicap of 18 (playoff). There are five regional finals held across the Country and the best gross and best nett team go forward to the National Final. If more than 15 teams compete at the regional final then the two best gross and two best nett go forward. The winners of the B-V Cup (gross) will represent the NAPGC in the England Golf Champion Club competition at Stoke by Nayland GC (Gainsborough Course) on 17/18 September 2016.
Before the end of May each year, NAPGC Member Clubs will stage a Club Level Qualifying Round over 18 holes stroke play which may be held in conjunction with one of their club medal rounds. A minimum of best overall gross and nett and the winners in each division will go forward to their regional final. From each of these regional finals a minimum of the best overall gross and nett and the first in each division will be invited to compete at Woodhall Spa for the Championship of England.
Play will be stroke play over 36 holes at Woodhall Spa and players will be eligible to enter as individuals with a maximum handicap of 9. In the event of entries exceeding 72, players will be balloted out on handicap. The winner of the Championship will represent the NAPGC in the English Golf Champion of Champions at Woodhall Spa on 11 September.
Men's Greensomes Aggregate Stableford – Team Knock Out – six pairs, three pairs at home and three pairs away, maximum handicap 18 (playoff).
The Competition is open to any number of club teams which are comprised of four amateur male golfers who are members of the same club. This is open to non NAPGC Member Clubs and starts in November with a National Final in April.
A Club Team will comprise eight men playing as four pairs. All pairs to play 18 holes Better Ball Stableford. Two pairs will play at home and two pairs will play away. The team score will be the aggregate of the home and away points.
A Club Team will comprise 6 men players playing as three pairs at a single venue. Play shall be fourball betterball matchplay over 18 holes, or less if a pair is more holes ahead than holes remain. Clubs may enter as many teams as they wish.