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The SDGC Phoenix Cup 2019

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

The 2019 SDGC Phoenix Cup will be played between Team Scotland & Team Europe and held at the Cardrona Golf Hotel & Resort in Peebles, Scottish Borders from Sunday 25 through to Tuesday 27 August 2019.

 

Team Scotland will be selected from the L2 MOI MAXX Scottish Order of Merit Championship Tables, led by John Pennycott of the Isle of Arran and announced in August.  Team Europe is made up of disabled golfers from across the continent, with both teams playing for the coveted SDGC Phoenix Cup, over three days of traditional match play golf of foursomes, fourball and singles competitions.

 

The Phoenix Cup Team Europe 2019 has just been announced, and are: England: Stephen Crocker, Paul Daley, Jonathon Marc Penfold & Dave Standing.  Germany: Frank Sorber.  The Netherlands: Jurgen Boon, Jeroen Coumou, Leon Emmen, Frans Harmsen, Richard kluwen & Tineke Loogman.  Northern Ireland Trevor Hillen. 

 

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.  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.  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.  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.
 

The SDGC Phoenix Cup package offered to all golfers is: 3 rounds of Championship golf, range balls, a shared golf cart, 2 night stay at Cardrona including a Full Scottish Breakfast each morning in Renwick's Restaurant, 3 course evening dinner each night in Renwick's Restaurant, full access to the Leisure Club, swimming pool sauna room, gym + a 20% off bar drinks card & £10 bar credit per person. 

 

 

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About the SDGC Phoenix Cup

 

The Phoenix Cup is a disabled golf team event, 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 and has since involved eighteen different nations and has been played in six countries.

 

               

 

Parliament UK 

Early day motion 1781 - TEAM EUROPE WIN DISABLED RYDER CUP

Main content - Session: 2017-19 Date tabled: 30.10.2018 Primary sponsor: Gethins, Stephen

That this House congratulates Team Europe's golfers with disabilities who have just returned from Florida, USA having defeated the US Team in the Disabled Ryder Cup event running from 15 to 17 October 2018; agrees that this was a wonderful opportunity to promote golf for people with disabilities; and notes with sadness that the win was dedicated to Billy Cairns of Scotland who passed away just before the event.

 

In 2018, the SDGC merged all of its team events, into one anual competition format.  This was done to assist with event promotion and sponsorships.  The likes of the GolferMag Cup, Spanish Inclusive Cup, 4-Nations Cup, Auld Enemies Cup and  World Cup Team Trophy , became The SDGC Phoenix Cup.

 

2019 Cardrona Resort, Scottish Borders, Scotland v Europe?

2018 Rotonda Resort, Tampa Florida, USA v Europe, Europe win

2018 Oulton Park Leeds, Scotland v England, Scotland win

2017 Murrayshall Resort, Perthshire, Scotland v England, Scotland win

2016 Linden Hall, Northumberland, England v Scotland, England retain

2016 Cardrona Resort, Peebles, Scotland v England, England win

2015 Westerwood Resort, Lanarkshire, 4 Nations, Scotland win

2015 Cardrona Resort, Scottish Borders, Scotland v England, England win

2014 Paradore 1925 Resort Malaga Spain Scotland win

2014 Roxburgh Resort Scottish Borders, Scotland v England, England win

2014 The Shire London, Scotland v England, Scotland win

2014 The Palms Nevada, USA v Europe, USA win

2013 Paradore 1925 Resort, Malaga, Scotland win

2013 Kinross Resort, Perthshire, Scotland v England England win

2013 Westerwood Resort,, Lanarkshire, 4-Nations, England win

2013 Paradore 1925 Resort, Malaga,Scotland win

2012 Ridge Top, Wadsworth, Ohio, USA v Canada, Canada win

2012 Breadshall Priory, Derby, Scotland v England, Scotland win

2011 Westerwood Resort, Lanarkshire, 4-Nations, England win

2011 Slaley Hall, Northumberland, Scotland v England, England win

2010 Paradore Resort, Malaga, 4-Nations, Europe win

2010 Celtic Manor Wales, 4-Nations, England win

2010 Ridge Top, Wadsworth, Ohio, USA v Canada, USA win

2007 Chippewa Creek, Toronto, Rest of the World v USA, Rest of the World win

 

 

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