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The Phoenix Cup 2019 & 2020

Cardrona Golf Resort Peebles Scottish Borders Sunday 25 to Tuesday 27 August

The Phoenix Cup is a disabled golf team event, based on the Ryder/Solheim Cup format, generated and organised by the SDGC.  Other disabled golf groups from around the world are invited annually, to bring together teams to compete and continue to develop and promote  golf for all golfers, with any type of disability or health issue that interferes with the game.

 

The inaugural Phoenix Cup was generated between Canadian and Scottish Disability Golfers over ten years ago, and involved a Rest of the World squad and a team from North America.

 

The Phoenix Cup has involved 693 golfers from 18 nations and been played in 6 countries

               

Foursomes scores Day 1 Phoenix 2019

Scotland 3.5, Europe 2.5

 

Dave Standing & Frank Sorber match halved  Jim Hamill & Gordon Latto

Richard kluwen & Trevor Hillen lost to Jim Thomson & Jim Hopes 3&2

Tineke Loogman & Frans Harmsen beat  Robert Inness & Martin Webb 1up

Stephen Crocker & Leon Emmen lost to Matthew Coleman & Iain Ross 6&5

Paul Daley & Jeroen Coumou  lost to Derek Milne & Kerr Scott 2&1

Jurgen Boon & Jay Penfold beat Ian White & Paul Higgins 4&3

 

Fourbal scores Day 2 Phoenix 2019

 

Jurgen Boon & Richard kluwen  v Derek Milne & Kerr Scott

Jeroen Coumou  & Trevor Hillen v  Paul Higgins & Ian White

Leon Emmen & Paul Daley  v Iain Ross & Matthew Coleman

Dave Standing & Frank Sorber v Jim Thomson & Jim Hopes

Stephen Crocker & Jay Penfold Robert Inness & Martin Webb

Tineke Loogman & Frans Harmsen v Jim Hamill & Gordon Latto

 

 

Teams' Scotland & Europe for 2019 at Cardrona

 

Matthew Coleman (16), Kennoway & Jurgen Boon (18), The Netherlands.

Jim Hamill (32), Dumbarton & Jeroen Coumou (17), The Netherlands.

Paul Higgins (16), Motherwell & Stephen Crocker (19), England.

Jim Hopes (10) Dumbarton & Paul Daley (18), England.

Robert Inness (25), Dumfries & Leon Emmen (26), The Netherlands.

Gordon Latto (9), Cupar & Frans Harmsen (13), The Netherlands.

Derek Milne (10), Upper Largo & Trevor Hillen 25(), Northern Ireland.

Iain Ross (9), Kirriemuir & Richard kluwen (10), The Netherlands.

Kerr Scott (17), Busby & Tineke Loogman (12), The Netherlands.

Jim Thomson (23), Millport & Jay Penfold (4), England.

Martin Webb (7), Lanark & Frank Sorber (19), Germany.

Ian White (6), Airdrie & Dave Standing (10), England.

 

The Cardrona Programme sponsored by the SDGC:

 

Sunday 25 August.  Arrival at the Cardrona Resort.   13:00 First Tee Phoenix Foursomes.  The visiting team tee-off first.  Play is from the Yellow Tees Gents & Red Tees Ladies.  Foursomes format - The players recognised handicaps are used and calculated using half the aggregate difference between the two pairings.  19:00 Dinner at Renwick’s (book early).

 

Monday 26 August.  07:00 Breakfast at Renwick's .  10:00 First Tee Phoenix Four balls.  The visiting team tee-off first.  Play is from the Yellow Tees Gents & Red Tees Ladies.  Fourball format - The players recognised handicaps are used and of the four players, the lowest handicapped player drops to scratch and each of the remaining three players receives ninety percent of the difference between the lowest handicap and their own.  19:30 Dinner at Renwick's (book early)

 

Tuesday 27 August.  07:00 Breakfast at Renwick's.  09:00 First T Phoenix Singles.  The visiting team tee-off first.  Play is from the Yellow Tees Gents & Red Tees Ladies.  Singles format - the players recognised handicaps are used and the full difference is awarded between the two players.  When either team wins enough points to claim the Cup, all remaining on-course matches will still play to a conclusion.  16:00 Presentation and departure.
 

Teams' Scotland & Europe, are being sponsored by:

 

The Scottish Disability Golf & Curling Charity, which is subsidising over 60% of the overall event costs for each player while at Cardrona.

The McDonald Cardrona Hotel who have provided the event package, complimentary event golf, complimentary golf vouchers and refreshments.

The Isle of Arran Distillery, who are providing both teams with a sample of its finest whisky.

Frank Sorber, European Team player  from Germany, who is providing commemorative Phoenix logo balls to both teams

Golf Care Insurance, who are providing Srickson balls for Team Scotland

Janet Gales, SDGC’s Vice Chair, who is providing Phoenix commemorative brass ball markers for Team Europe 

The VISGA group who are providing a substantial amount of adult beverages for Team Europe

County Carpets from Whiting Bay on the Isle of Arran, who have contributed to Team Scotland’s shirts

The Auchrannie Hotel on the Isle of Arran, who are providing some logo shirts for Team Scotland

The Two Edinburgh based sponsors who have donated funding to cover the entire Team Europe shirts from County Golf Ltd

Arran Active in Brodick The Isle of Arran, specialising in outdoor clothing who are providing shirts for Team Scotland  

A Yorkshire based sponsor who provided funding for the purchase of UnderArmour Unisex Mock Fleecy tops for Team Europe .

Phoenix Team Europe would like to thank the “Howling Gizzards” Golfing Society for their contribution to the Team.

Team Scotland thanks The Douglas Hotel Brodick on the Isle of Arran who have made a donation toward Scotland’s shirts

The Milne's from Hillhouse Cattery Upper Largo, have donated traditional Scottish Shortbread in a presentation bag for Team Europe

The world famous Tunnocks Ltd have donated traditional Scottish fayre for both teams.

Thank you to Glasgow Bathroom Suites for supporting Team Scotland

 

The Cardrona Programme Notes

 

Cardrona, Peebles EH45 8NE Tel: 0344 879 9024 International: +44 1896 831144

 

1  This is an SDGC event, to promote golfers with disabilities and our charity.  We are playing to have fun and create friendships to help grow the game.  We all want to go out on the course and play well to win.  However, this is not always possible.  The main thing is to avoid politics, personality clashes and to get out there and enjoy ourselves?

 

2  Please arrive at Cardrona by 11:00 on Sunday?   You will need to leave your luggage in the car, or a room we have set aside at the hotel, as official check in is not until 14:00, when you are out on the course.  Arrangements have been made with both teams, that if a travel issue occurs and players are delayed and not able to make their official tee time on the Sunday, then their match will be set back as much as possible to ensure that their match can be completed.  The next days draw will be issued after the evening meal.

 

3  Six golf carts have been booked for each team.  Golf cart keys will be issued to those needing them on arrival by SDGC.  Please remember to hand your golf cart key back in after your round, as they do need charging or refilling with fuel. 

 

4  There will be six buckets of range practice balls set out on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday mornings, about 2 hours before first tee.  The range is only for irons and shorter rescue/woods.  One flat area has been set aside for practice by the paragolfer users.  The 12 golf carts are to be shared on Tuesday’s singles games, i.e. one Euro/1 Scottish player per cart.

 

5  if there are any disputes on the course, about the Rules of Golf or the Modification to the Rules of Golf for Golfers with Disabilities, which cannot be sorted out by your tee-time players,then the Team Captain's and the Tournament Referee, David MacMullen should be approached.

 

6  If you have any problems, questions or personal issues with your room, food or hotel facilities or service, please get in touch with the hotel reception direct to complain 

 

The 25th Anniversary Phoenix Cup, Europe v The USA

Tuesday 15 to Sunday 20 September 2020

Gleneagles PGA Centenary, Panmure, Blairgowrie Rosemount & Carnoustie Championship Golf Courses

 

The Phoenix Team Europe Captain is Iain Ross from Scotland.  Iain is a Trustee of the Scottish Disability Golf & Curling Charity.  The Phoenix Team USA Captain, is Dan Aldrich from California,.  Dan is the current President of the North American One-Armed Golfers association  The Phoenix Team USA Vice Captain, is Bradley Schubert from Illinois.  Bradley is the current President of the Mid-Western Amputee Golf Association

 

The 25th Anniversary Phoenix Cup Programme

 

Tuesday 15 September, The 25th Anniversary Phoenix Cup Opening Ceremony and announcement of Foursome pairs.

Wednesday 16 September Gleneagles PGA Centenary Course Foursomes 14:00

Thursday 17  September Panmure Golf Course Fourball 11:30

Friday 18  September Blairgowrie Rosemount Golf Course Singles 10:06

Sunday 20 September Carnoustie Championship Golf Course Team International 13:30 & Closing Ceremony

 

Special Anniversary Phoenix Cup 2020 offer.

 

To assist with promotion of the Phoenix Cup and the SDGC’s drive for inclusive golf, The European Captain of the 2020 event will offer a playing place at the Gleneagles Centenary, Panmure, Blairgowrie and Carnoustie Championship Courses next September, to the winner of the Sidey Scottish Open Trophy for 2019. 

 

The golfer who takes the nett title at the Dalmahoy East Championship Course from 8-10 September, will gain a place at this highly prestigious event on Team Europe, to play Team USA in September 2020.

 

Other Team Europe 2020 Qualifying

 

Using the existing SDGC team Europe selection criteria, the top four players from the Patriot Order of Merit Championship on a given date in August 2020, will automatically qualify for a playing place, with all remaining team players, being selected as "Captain's Wild-Card" choices, from the SDGC’s existing European membership

 

For the selection of these top four playing places, which will utilise the existing points scoring system for the Patriot Order of Merit Tables, and to incorporate the Sidey Open winner offer, the Captain has decided to extend the overall qualification time and will incorporate all SDGC competitions from the first round of the Scottish Open 2019 through to the final qualifying round in August 2020.

 

”Members wishing to qualify for Team Europe by accumulating early points, are encouraged to enter the Sidey Scottish Open at Dalmahoy.  Best of luck to those trying to qualify.”

 

 

There are more golfing elements to add to the 2020 Phoenix Cup in Scotland . . . . and we are already making firm bookings for the 2024 Phoenix Cup!!!!  

 

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