Victorian Women’s Country Championship & Glenelg Cup Tocumwal GC
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Victorian Women’s Country Championship
The Victorian Country Championship was first played in 1910. Open to country played with handicaps less than 16.4, it is is contested with 36-hole stroke qualifying followed by knock-out matchplay between the 8 highest qualifiers. The player(s) with the best 36-hole gross score wins the Betty Kernot Trophy, a gift from the South Western District Golf Association.
The Glenelg Cup was first played in 1953 and was open to country players with handicaps between 19 – 25. Golf Victoria has since extended the handicap range to 16.5- 34.4 (GA handicap). The trophy was donated by Mrs. A Nash, the event is run over 36 holes stroke with the best nett score claiming the trophy.