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Final date for cancellation to avoid payment Thursday 29th August.
The Autumn Meeting will take the form of a simple golf event. A short presentation shall take place before the golf.
The first tee off shall be at 1.00pm. (Committee members should note that there shall be a committee meeting preceding the golf and commencing at 10.00am). Directions to the club can be found on golfcentral.co.uk.
Bacon Roll and tea/coffee shall be available from 12.30pm and the golf shall be followed by a High Tea and presentation of prizes.
The competition on the day is for the Cuach an Cairdeas and shall be a strokeplay event. There shall be three handicap prizes and a scratch prize. Sweepstake prizes and magic 2 competitions shall also be run.
Members are reminded that this is also the second day of the aggregate competitions for the Sixty Plus Trophy, the James Brown Driver and the Scratch Medal Aggregate. (Members should note that there were several high profile casualties at the Spring Meeting who made No Returns so the field is wide open for these prizes).
As usual we would expect our members to present themselves in jacket and tie at the High Tea.
Members are offered the facility of online banking but we must insist of payment being received before the day of play and members must ensure that enough information is provided with the payment such that the funds can be properly attributed to the member. (see below) Members are reminded that it is the policy of the Region that final numbers provided to the host club shall be paid for so no refunds shall be made for withdrawals after that date. Payment may also be made by cheque if preferred. Payment details for Direct Banking can be obtained from the Regional Secretary by telephone. For security reasons we are not putting them up on the internet. Please use "Autmeetyour name" as the reference.
Cheques should be made payable to GCMA Scottish Region and sent to W Allan Osborne, Stansted, 9 Newland Avenue, Bathgate, West Lothian, EH48 1EE.
It is disappointing to note that more and more members are leaving it to the day of play to pay. This puts an unnecessary burden on the secretary having to reconcile payments etc when he should be socialising with his playing partners (as you do).