2021 Men's Interclub Programme

For 2021 Golf Wellington will run one 36 hole division, twelve 18 hole divisions (in the weekend) and a 9 hole division (midweek), with well over 1,000 golfers participating across all these competitions. 

The Premiier division is competed for over 36 holes on a neutral course, foursomes in the morning and singles in the afternoon. In the first phase of the competition, teams play a round robin format for the Otaki Cup. In the second or playoff phase the top 4 teams play for the Duncan Cup and the bottom 3 play for the President's Salver and possible relegation.

The Championship division is competed for over 18 holes, singles with a teamball match played within the playing four. In the first phase of the competition, teams play a round robin format for the Waikanae Cup. In the second or playoff phase the top 4  teams play for the Schroder Trophy and possible promotion and the bottom 4 play for the Dudding Shield and relegation.

The remaining divisions, 1 to 11, are competed for over 18 holes, singles with a teamball match played within the playing four. Played on a home and away basis with the winners (eligible) being promoted to the next higher division and the last placed team relegated to a lower division. All of these divisions are matchplay off the stick.

The 9 Hole competion is played midweek, primarily on Tuesdays. Teams of 4 players, singles matches and 4 ball matches, off handicap.

The Marquis Shield, played on a Sunday in the Wairarapa, the John Durry Salver held midweek and the Mashie Trophy competed for in the weekend, are Interclub competitions run by the competing clubs within each comp.

 

Men's Interclub Divisions

TeamPoints
Kapiti10.5
Royal Wellington10.5
Waikanae8.5
Otaki6.5
TeamPoints
Pahiatua12.0 (45)
Eketahuna11.0 (47.5)
Martinborough10.0 (38.5)
Masterton7.0 (33.5)
Mahunga4.0 (28.5)
Carterton4.0 (23)
TeamPoints
Miramar8.5
Paraparaumu8.5
BFHGC3.5
Royal Wellington3.5