Skip to main content

AM-AM entry Now Open

Sunday, January 24, 2021

This year’s event will take place on Thursday 29th April at Royal Norwich and will be run by our County Captain Sue Heeles.

Last year’s event was cancelled and, as agreed, allocated team places have been rolled forward to 2021 for those wishing to play. However, even if we are back playing four balls by the end of April, we may not be allowed to accept the 36 teams Royal Norwich could accommodate (with a two-tee start) as we may have to observe strict social distancing requirements.

With this in mind, and also the introduction of the WHS, Sue will require entry forms to be completed and submitted again this year with full team details.

There is also a chance players will be unable to dine or even be allowed in the clubhouse. If this is the case there will be a reduced fee for golf only and we are asking you to indicate if your team are happy to enter on a ‘golf only’ basis.

Due to the uncertainty no money will be required on submitting your entry as this will be treated as an indication you wish to enter a team.

When the AM-AM and its format are confirmed, Sue will contact the lead name requesting payment of entry fees.

Priority will be given to those teams who were successful in 2020. In the event we are unable to have the same number of teams places will be offered in the order entries were received last year.

The format of the competition will be two scores to count, there will be prizes for the first five teams, nearest the pin on all par three’s and longest drive.

Please remember the ultimate outcome is out of our hands…

Download your entry form here 👉 2021EntryFormAM-AM
Closing date is the 31st March

Reader Comments (0)

There are currently no comments on this article. Why not be the first and leave your thoughts below.

Leave Your Comment

Please keep your comment on topic, any inappropriate comments may be removed.

Return to index


Norfolk Ladies' County Golf Association

Amateur and professional events for women and girls across Great Britain