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FRENCH INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2000

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									                             FRENCH INTERNATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS 2004

                                            EXTRACTS OF GENERAL CONDITIONS
             Full conditions are available from the French Golf Federation and will be posted on the official board at the Golf Club of the venue


ELIGIBILITY : Entries will be accepted from players who fulfil with the rules of amateur status in accordance with the current Amateur
Status Rules of the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, the age and index conditions (index under the EGA handicap system
adopted by the recognised authority controlling golf in their country). The index must be certified by the player's Club or National Golf
Union and must be in conformity with the index limit at the date of entry.
Original entries (which will be accepted on the official entry form only) must reach the French Golf Federation office not later than the
closing date and at the address stipulated on the entry form (faxes accepted before the closing date).
All entries shall be subjected to the approval of the Championship Committee who reserves the right to accept or refuse any entry
without giving reason for its decision, which shall be final.
FEES : 40 € to be enclosed with the completed entry form. No entrance fees for players aged 21 years and under. Payment method :
Credit Card / Cheque / Postal Order should be made payable to French Golf Federation . In the event of withdrawal less than five days
before the closing date, the entry fee will not be returned.
FORM OF PLAY :
MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIPS : 2 phases
QUALIFICATION : first 2 days - 36 holes stroke play (18 holes per day) - 32 qualifiers.
Ties for the first place and the last qualifying places : sudden death play off.
FINAL PHASE : last 3 days - match play on 18 holes - 2 rounds per day. In the event of a halved match at the end of the conventional
round, competitors shall continue to play until one wins the match (sudden death).
The final round shall be played over 36 holes.
NOTE FOR THE LADY JUNIORS CHAMPIONSHIP, The number of entries shall be limited to 90. If the number of entries exceeds
the limit, the Championship Committee of the FFGolf will inform each National Golf Union of its decision in case of ballot.
The best 16 girls (born in 1986 or after) not qualifying for the Trophy Esmond, will form an automatic match play draw to compete for
the Claude-Roger CARTIER Trophy. All ties shall be decided by order of qualification using the second round score. If still tied, scores
for the last 9 holes, then the last 6 holes, then the last 3 holes and the last hole of the second round will be used. The first round will
take place on the third day, the quarter and semi-finals on the fourth day and the final on 18 holes the last day.
NOTE FOR BOYS MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP, The number of entries shall be limited to 120. If the number of entries exceeds
the limit, the Championship Committee of the FFGolf will inform each National Golf Union of its decision about the elimination.
NOTE FOR STROKE PLAY CHAMPIONSHIPS, If the number of entries is too important, the Championship Committee of the FFGolf
will inform each National Golf Union of its decision about the elimination.
NOTE FOR MID-AMATEURS CHAMPIONSHIPS, The number of entries shall be limited to 30 for ladies and to 110 for men. If the
number of entries exceeds the limit, the Championship Committee of the FFGolf will inform each National Golf Union of its decision
about the elimination
NOTE FOR SENIORS CHAMPIONSHIPS, The number of entries shall be limited to 44 men for seniors and veterans championships.
If the number of entries exceeds the limit, the Championship Committee of the FFGolf will inform each National Golf Union of its
decision about the elimination. There is no limitation for the Senior Ladies Championship.
NOTE : There shall be an INTERNATIONAL TEAM EVENT played in conjunction with each Championship, except for seniors
championships, for which any country may nominate a team of three players (a team of two players can enter). The winning team
shall be that returning the lowest aggregate scores for the two rounds. In case of ties for the first place, the aggregate of the third
scores, then the best score of the second day, then the second score of the second day will determine the winning team. Teams of
three players will prevail on teams of two players.
RULES : The Championship will be played in accordance with the rules of golf as approved by the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St-
Andrews and the French Golf Federation, and in accordance with the local rules edited by the Championship Committee.
STARTING TIMES : will be posted on the official board of the Golf Club. The Championship Committee reserves the right to fix and/or
alter the starting times of a championship and amend the regulations if necessary. Failure to start on time : Note of Rule 6-3 will apply.
All alterations and amendments will be posted on the official board.
BALL : Only balls listed on the current Royal & Ancient list of conforming Golf Balls are allowed (copy available at the course).
DOPING : Dope tests could be expected for the championships.
PRIZES : The winner of the championship will be "Champion de France International" of the year and the trophy will be held for that
year by the winner's club. If the winner's club is not located in France, the club where the championship has been played, will held the
trophy.
Souvenirs presented by F.F.G. shall be received :
In match play championships : by the winner, the runner-up and the winner of the qualification
In stroke play championships : by the winner, the second and the third.
For team events : by each member of the winning team.
The Claude-Roger CARTIER Trophy : by the winner and the runner-up of the second flight.

								
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