Mens Competition Rules

Conditions of Entry to Singles Competitions 

  1. Sign into computer before starting your round.  
           You will not be able to sign and entry at the same time.
  2. Ensure your name is entered into competition book
  3. Funds are needed in the purse in order to book a competition. Once 6pm the evening before the competition date has passed, money will be taken from your competition purse account. Any cancellations between 6pm - 9pm the night before will still be charged the competition fee.
  4. On completion of round, ensure you and your marker have checked
    and signed your card and initial any alterations.
  5. As soon as practicable, enter your score into the computer
  6. Return your card into the competition box in the entrance to the locker room

Junior Golfers (under 18 years) must be accompanied by an adult for Member Competitions and score cards must be signed by the adult accompanying (excluding Junior Competitions)

In the event of adverse weather conditions, there must be a 60% return of completed rounds to maintain competition

Failure to comply with competition conditions will result in disqualification

Tie Resolution

One Day Non-Matchplay Competitions

Ties will be resolved by a countback of the last 9 holes played, if still tied then last 6 played, then last 3 played and finally last hole played. If there is still a tie, the same approach will be applied to the first 9 holes played. This means that for shotgun starts, the last 9 holes played will be used rather than the back 9 holes.

For competition with less than 18 holes (e.g. 15 hole competitions during winter), the last 9 holes played will be used. As an example, if a competition is 15 holes, 1-12, 16-18 the countback will be done on holes 8-12, 16-18 as these are the last 9 holes played.

Two Day Non-Matchplay Competitions

Ties for Two Day Non-Matchplay Competitions will be a countback of the last 18 holes played and will follow the same approach as One Day Non-Matchplay Competitionsapart from ties for first place in the Captain's Prize and President's Prize.

Ties for first place in the Captain's Prize and President's Prize will be decided by a three hole playoff of the 5th, 10th and 18th holes. In exceptional circumstances, such as lack of daylight or poor conditions making the course unplayable, a countback of the last 18 holes played will be used and will follow the same approach as One Day Non-Matchplay Competitions. Ties for all other places in these competitions will be a countback of the last 18 holes played and will follow the same approach as One Day Non-Matchplay Competitions.

Competition Winner Eligibility

Captain's Prize and President's Prize

The following members are not eligible to win the Captain's Prize or President's Prize

  • 5 day members (are eligible to win the 5 day member Captains Prize)
  • Junior members
  • Members in their first year as a member of the club
  • Returning members in their first full year having not been a member for the two years previous. (e.g. Player who was a member in 2020 but not in 2021 or 2022 and is a returning member in 2023 would be ineligible to win the 2023 Captains)
  • Members without a fully qualified WHS index (less than 20 scores entered)

Winter Competitions

Winter Mats:

When winter mats are in play the player must stand on and play the ball within the area of the mat. Failure to play from within the mat area as above will result in penalities or disqualification.

Winter Greens:

Winter greens are to be regarded as G.U.R.(when not in play) from which play is prohibited. You may take relief within one club lenght from the nearest point of relief.

Conditions of competitions for Seniors Open on Tuesdays

  • Please mark your score card with the letter S for seniors if entering the senior competition.
  • Please indicate on the score card which category you are entering EG over 50s or over 60s.ns 


Competition Committee
Killeen Golf Club 

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Club Policy

The following is Killeen Golf Club's policy on dress code for both the restaurant\bar and on the golf course.  Smart casual is expected at all times and it is not permitted to wear golf shoes in the restaurant\bar.  On the course metal spike are not permitted, jeans or sleeveless shirts are also not permitted. The club thanks all members and visitors for the complience.