Competition - I P Mein Trophy
Mrs Joy Mein donated a trophy on behalf of her late husband, Mr Ian Pultney Mein, to Mr Baker of the Dalhousie Distict Golf Association.
The I P Mein Trophy began in 1982 for the seniors, and 2010 for the juniors. Mr Baker and Mrs Mein agreed to give the trophy, in Mr Mein's memory, to the DDGA. It is awarded to the best performed scratch player over a year of District and Open Tournaments.
Mr Mein's achievements include:
- DDGA Life Member
- Kilmore Golf Club Life Member
- Country Week Manager for twenty years (1956 - 1976)
- DDGA delegate to the Victorian Golf Association (VGA)
The Rules are as follows:
Best 10 scratch scores at District Championship and Club Open Tournaments
1st – 10 points
2nd – 9 points
3rd – 8 points
4th – 7 points
5th – 6 points
6th – 5 points
7th – 4 points
8th – 3 points
9th – 2 points
10th – 1 point
If two or more scores are the same, the points are totalled and divided by the number of players with that score.
A player must win the Tournament outright to get 10 points.
If the event goes to a play-off, the points are totalled and divided by the number of players in the play-off.
There are eighteen (18) Tournaments that make up the I P Mein Trophy. To be eligible to win the I P Mein Trophy, you must get points in 6 events. If you score in more than 6 events, your best 6 scores are used.
Only Dalhousie District Club Members are eligible to get points and win the I P Mein Trophy.
The I P Mein Junior Trophy is over the 18 holes handicap for the day, otherwise the same as above.