Men’s Club Team Championship 2019
BV Cup 2019- Haste Hill GC BV Shield 2019- Southsea GC
The competition is open to teams of three male golfers with a maximum handicap of 18 (playoff). At each Regional qualifying competition the team with the lowest aggregate gross scores and the team with the lowest aggregate nett scores will qualify to play in the National Finals. All three scores to count.
At the National Finals the teams with the lowest aggregate gross and nett scores will be awarded the B-V Cup and B-V Shield respectively to hold for one year.
The winners of the B-V Cup (gross) will represent the NAPGC in the England Golf Champion Club competition to be held at Romford Golf Club over the weekend of 21st/22nd September 2019
Regional Qualifying 1st & 2nd June 2019
THE SIXTEEN QUALIFYING TEAMS WHO WILL PLAY IN THE NATIONAL FINAL ARE:
- CHESHUNT A
- BASILDON A (Little Hay)
- ROSE HILL A
- HARBOURNE CHURCH FARM A
- HOEBRIDGE A
- HASTE HILL A (Bird Hills)
- SOUTHSEA A
- HUNTSWOOD B
- BELHUS PARK B
- BASILDON A (Lullingstone Park)
- FARNHAM PARK C
- HASTE HILL (Little Hay)
- HUNTSWOOD A
- HOEBRIDGE B
Final Start Sheet and Results
The Bourne-Vanneck Final took place on Saturday 6 July at West Middlesex Golf Club. The course was in good condition with the greens (as usual) in great condition and it was a good day for golf with the weather overcast but dry and warm.
The field consisted 16 teams with a high quality field turning out. Scoring reflected the course conditions with only a few players breaking par in the nett competition.
In the gross section Haste Hill A, Cheshunt A and Southsea looked to be the strongest teams on paper and that is how it panned out with Haste Hill winning the Bourne-Vanneck Cup with a score of 217 from Cheshunt who took the runners up plaque and Southsea on 221.
Despite missing out on the gross, Southsea dominated the nett competition with a score of 209 to lift the Bourne-Vanneck Shield by a stretch. Haste Hill B picked up the runners up plaque.
Many thanks to all clubs and competitors for taking part in the regional events and the national final. Haste Hill will go on to represent the NAPGC at the England Golf Champion of Champions Tournament in September.