2012 Cash & Co. Classic Program

December 15, 2018
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  Greetings all and welcome to the 2nd annual Cash & Co Classic!

The CCC is a golfing odyssey that honours three golfers for their daring, wits, fortitude, courage, endurance and skill. The CCC is structured with an individual format and we will have a pairs and a singles category to determine the three CCC Champions.

We play a different format each day (Stableford, Par & Stroke) and run an Order of Merit type points format. Each day, player's scores will be ranked from first to last and points will be allocated according to the player's rank. Players tied on the same score will receive the same points. The points for the three rounds are totalled and the player(s) with the greatest points will be declared the winners.

To establish the three winners, we will run a singles and a pairs division. For the pairs division, all players will be paired with a mate and the combined total of their points scored over three days will be their pairs result. 
 

Special Rules for the CCC

The Irish Drop Rule - Barnbougle has a local rule that a ball lost in the deep rough can be regarded as lost in a hazard and the player takes a stroke penalty but not distance, so a ball can be dropped at the point of entry into the rough (as per a lateral water hazard). 

The 10 Shot Mercy Rule - For the stroke round we will have a 10 shot mercy rule. This means 10 is the maximum score for any hole, so when a player has had nine shots and they have not holed out, they can pick up and record the score as 10.

The Farmer Mulligan Rule - The Lost Farm Course has 20 holes. We will play all 20 holes and at the end of the round, players eliminate their two worst holes and tally their score for their best 18 holes.
 
The Boobyalla Break - Barnbougle Dunes has four sets of tees and each of the tees is recommended for players of a particular handicap range. To maximise the fun and help the higher handicappers make the journey, players will have the option of choosing to play some or all of the holes off the Boobyalla tees. Note this is optional - players can take The Boobyalla Break or not at their own discretion and a player may choose to play all holes off The Forrester Tees.
 

The Golfers

Craig Smith – The man known as Roy Hobbs has just about burst his boiler in anticipation of this event. Can golf his ball and is handy at the après golf activities. Sure to give his backers some super value here this week.

Mark Morgan – Is as keen as mustard and is rumoured to has been practicing all week. This may backfire through over-golfing himself. He may have to balance this by over-drinking on Friday to settle himself down.


Phil Battour – Is rumoured to be less inclined on the golf course than some of the more certified of the golf tragics on this trip and may be just here joyriding and planning to stitch his mates up with a frenzy of heckling.

Rory Sheehan – His Irish heritage indicates he may have a genetic advantage when it comes to playing links golf. Has proven himself a robust golfer on The SGA Tour and, given his pedigree, should step up between rounds also.

Tony Bell – First start in a BRG event but has recently made a few starts on The SGA Tour and has the form to suggest he can probably out-golf, out-drink and out-punt everyone in the field here. A big chance here this week.

Ralph Moyle – Has been setting himself for this event for a long time. One of the few actual gentlemen here, which is fitting as Martin Cash was The Gentleman Bushranger.

Jeremy Dray – One of the finest gents teeing it up in the CCC, he will raise the whole tone of the proceedings here. Is in good form after a couple of recent solid hit-outs on The SGA Tour so should give a good account on the links.

Jason Layton – Has been on a hair trigger for about three weeks leading in here. Is so excited he has spilt three pairs of chinos and has not slept a wink this week. .

Nick Sutherland – This certified golf nut has never played The Barn before and is quivering with excitement. Has superhuman mental powers on the golf course but does come in here with some serious doubts on the power of his liver. May have trouble staying the distance.

Matthew Pitt – Came in here last year and bolted out of the gates with 50 glorious holes of golf before capitulating near the finish and crumbling to play four of the most depraved holes in history. Is still reeling from that and may be too mentally scared to even get off the first tee this year.  

Mark Henderson – Fronted for this event last year and made a massive impression on the courses. They both belted him all over the joint and he hit the canvas hard at the end of every round. Has lowered his sights a little this year and is just trying to stay upright for three days.

Ian Crotty – Has played both these tracks so will have blokes buying him drinks and bending his ear all Friday night looking for a few tips. Looks a little underdone but will make up for that with his dry, sandpaper-like wit and flamboyant couture both on and off the course.
 

  Day One – 11:30am
Barnbougle Dunes
Stableford

 
  Day Two – 10:20am
The Lost Farm
Par

 

 Day Three – 9:00am
Barnbougle Dunes
Stroke

Phil Battour
Rory Sheehan
Craig Smith
Mark Morgan

 
Nick Sutherland
Mark Henderson
Tony Bell
Ralph Moyle 
 

Nick Sutherland
Jason Layton
Jeremy Dray
Mark Morgan 

Tony Bell
Ralph Moyle
Jeremy Dray
Jason Layton

 
 Phil Battour
Craig Smith
Jason Layton
Ian Crotty
 

Matthew Pitt
Rory Sheehan
Ian Crotty
Craig Smith

Nick Sutherland 
Mark Henderson
Matthew Pitt
Ian Crotty

 
 
Matthew Pitt
Mark Morgan
Rory Sheehan
Jeremy Dray 
 

Mark Henderson
Phil Battour
Tony Bell
Ralph Moyle