Welcome to the Rabbit's Three Counties Summer League Web Site
Did you know that the three counties summer league started back in 1962 by members of Carmarthen Golf Club to meet the needs of high handicap players, who were not being selected, by virtue of their high handicaps to play in inter-club matches. the founder clubs were Carmarthen, Cardigan, Haverfordwest, South Pembs, Tenby, Newport, Glynhir, and Milford Haven.
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL CAPTAINS
THREE COUNTIES SUMMER LEAGUE AGM 2013.
Next years Three Counties Summer League Open will be held at
Cardigan Golf Club on 21st. June 2014.
The Three Counties Summer League AGM will be held on the 20th. November 2013
at 7.00pm in Carmarthen Golf Club. The £40.00 subscriptions for the 2014 season will be collected on the night.
Please send all your proposals as soon as possible seconded by a member club in accordance with the TCSL rules.
Three Counties Summer League News...
Sadly one of the founding member clubs have made the decision to pull out of the Three Counties Summer league due to the decline in their Rabbit membership. Newport who have been a member for 51 years and a founding member back in 1962 will cease to play for the remainder of the year and also next season. Pool B will be adjusted shortly by removing all of Newport's fixtures and the points adjusted accordingly.
I think all member clubs will join the Governing Body in wishing Newport Golf Club Rabbits section all the best and hopefully a return to the Summer League at some point in the future.
Regards... William Beynon TCSL Secretary
Please Note new scoring system for 2013. Points will be awarded as follows:-
One bonus point will be awarded for the first 6 individual match’s won. Bonus points will be awarded to the team totals as follows:
Away win 4 points
Home win 3 points
Away half 2 points
Home half 1 point
In the event of a tie in either Pool at the conclusion of the season, then the final position will be determined by an accumulation of games won or/and halved in the following order: -
1. The most individual matches won.
2. The most away wins.
3. The most away halves.
4. The most home wins.
5. The most home halves.
The team to amount the most individual wins; team wins and halves in accumulation first will be adjudged the higher placed team. (2013)
If both teams are still tied then a play off will be held at a neutral course. The venue to be decided by a draw of courses excluding the course of the Clubs concerned, or a course agreed mutually between the teams concerned.