Darenth Order of Play

Order of Play – July 2020 – The Darenth

Society Strokeplay Championship & Society Stableford Championship

The Course: This 18 hole 6,200 yard par 72 course suitable for all standards of golfer (we shall see!!).

Venue:             The Darenth
Station Road
Kent TN14 7SA 

Telephone:       01959 522944

Website:           info@thedarenth.com 

Time:                10.45am for 11.36 first tee off

Format:            Tea/coffee + bacon rolls on arrival. No meal but hopefully a pint and prizes post golf.

Society Strokeplay Championship

For those players playing off a society handicap of 19 or less an 18-hole strokeplay competition off full society handicaps.

NB: Although not relevant for the day please also keep your stableford scores as they will count towards the player of the year competition (best four stableford scores across the year)

In line with the 2019 rule changes put in place to avoid slow play  will be adopted for the strokeplay competition the following local society rules.

Maximum Score: a maximum score of 4 over par will be used by the society in strokeplay competitions so a “pick up” on a par 3 would be recorded as a 7 and on a par 5 as a 9 etc.  Aimed at avoiding slow play.

Alternative to stroke and distance: This gives golfers the option of dropping the ball in the vicinity of where the ball is lost or out of bounds (including the nearest fairway area), under a two-stroke penalty.

Society Stableford Championship

For those players playing off a society handicap of 20 or more an 18 hole stableford competition off full society handicaps.

Team Competition

The best 2 stableford scores from the teams of 3 count for this competition.  The usual adjustment being made for the fourball(s).

Nearest the Pin and Rope/ Longest Drive to be confirmed – probably not viable as it would involve touching a marker!!

Tee times start at 11.36am.  We have 17 confirmed players – please be at the tee and ready to go at least 5 mins before your tee off time.  In addition, each group is respectfully requested to keep up with the team in front and not aim to be just ahead of the group behind – Please avoid slow play at all times.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Bunkers will be in play but the ball can be placed in the bunker to give a preferred lie.  However, members should not rake bunkers but do their best with their club to smooth things out where they can.

Order of play



Player 1

Player 2

Player 3


Player 4



Chris B (21)

Tony C (20)

David H (23)




Kevin L (14)

Andy W (17)

Micky M (15)




Ken W (24)

Tom B (24)

Sandi H (21)




Steve S (19)

Jerry W (17)

Alan B (7)

Mark H (17)



Graham M (27)

Robert M (28)

John C (26)

Kelvin P (20)

We look forward to seeing you on Friday for a fantastic afternoons golf. The weather forecast for Friday is currently good with a light breeze.


  • Arrive at the club in your golf gear, ready to tee off.
  • Keep a minimum distance of two metres, from your playing partners with no physical contact at any time (Kelvin please note)
  • We also recommend that members carry their own personal bottles of disinfectant with them in order to keep their hands disinfected whilst playing golf
  • We recommend that members do not use ballwashers (ohh err!) and refrain from touching stray tees and golf balls other than their own.
  • No golfers are to touch, remove or attend flag pins whilst playing golf.
  • Gimmies will be allowed within 18 inches (putter grip length or so) – common sense applies.