SMART update: The Best Runners-Up Cup

Introducing the Servizo Men’s Annual Runner-up Trophy (SMART) 2018/19

This year we are proud to introduce a new Trophy that compliments the qualifying competitions of the RE/MAX ALLIANCE Captains’ League The BOV Monthly Medals and to reward the best runner-up of the season, brought to us by our own Gernot Schmid and his company Servizo.

It rewards those who come close to winning and punishes actual winners. Please see the rules and current standings below:

20181130 SMART Rules and Current Standings

Congratulations to Simon Micallef Stafrace who is leading followed by Benji Mangion and Andy Holland.




IBM Monthly Medal Results

Today the ladies played the IBM Monthly Medal, the results as follows:






Well done to all that played especially Gun and Mia in the Silver division and Martina and Michelle in the bronze.


The BOV Monthly Medal: December Start Sheets v4

December Monthly Medal Proudly Sponsored by Bank of Valletta v4

We have recently announced winners for July – November and you may have noticed Medal Winners now win an actual Medal! Congratulations to all those who received one.

Start sheets below:

20181130 BOV December Medal – Friday v4

20181201 BOV December Medal – Saturday v4


Please note Temporary Local Rules.

You must record your gross score on your cards and enter into the PSI for the score to count.

Weather forecast looks wet so be prepared for slow traffic and prepare your gear.


Reminder: Captain vs. Lady Captain Saturday 8th December.

The Ann Paton Trophy Charity Event Sponsored by the Hilton Malta. All proceeds go to the support the Hospice Malta Organisation and are associated with the PINK! Movement. Please endeavour to participate in this competition as it supports a worthy cause.




Happy Gilmores 30/11/2018

Start Sheet
1st Tee
13:30 Peter Gable (40c) Stephen Pandolfino (31c) David Farmery (30c)
13:40 Lina Janulova (36c) Maria Magdalena Camilleri Sandu (35) Anke Grima (35c)
13:50 Reha Keskintepe (54) Erika Ripard (38) Katya Baldacchino (54)
14:00 Viveka Nordstrom (30) Melanie Hall (54) James Pocock (51c)
14:10 David Pizzutu (54) Terry Fredrick (54) Johan Nordstrom (54) Mellisa Grey (54)

IBM December Monthly Medal


The Temporary Local Rules have been updated and are on the Notice Board,
the RMGC website and on the Notice Board by the 1st Tee.

20181129 IBM Dec Monthly Medal

Have a good game everyone and all being well the weather should be in our favour for a change.


Ladies Committee

Current Temporary Local Rules in force


Winter Rules

With effect from 23rd November 2018 the Captain’s Committee has introduced ‘Winter Rules’ to protect the course.

A ball lying on a closely-mown area through the green may be lifted, without penalty, and cleaned. Before lifting the ball, the player must mark its position. Having lifted the ball, he must place it on a spot within six inches of and not nearer the hole than where it originally lay, that is not in a hazard and not on a putting green.

A player may place his ball only once, and it is in play when it has been placed (Rule 20-4). If the ball fails to come to rest on the spot on which it is placed, Rule 20-3d applies. If the ball when placed comes to rest on the spot on which it is placed, and it subsequently moves, there is no penalty and the ball must be played as it lies, unless the provisions of any other Rule apply.

If the player fails to mark the position of the ball before lifting it or moves the ball in any other manner, such as rolling it with a club, he incurs a penalty of one stroke.

Note: “Closely-mown area” means any area of the course, including paths through the rough, cut to fairway height or less.


Embedded Ball

Through the green, a ball that is embedded may be lifted, cleaned and dropped, without penalty, as near as possible to the spot where it lay but not nearer the hole. The ball when dropped must first strike a part of the course through the green.

“Through the green” is the whole area of the course except:

  1. The teeing ground and putting green of the hole being played; and
  2. All hazards on the course.


14th – Ground Under Repair (GUR)

The long trench (in front of 14th tee to maintenance building) down the left-hand side of the 14th rough, and associated grass sods and excavated soil is to be considered G.U.R. until further notice.


5th – Immovable Obstruction between new and existing 5th Putting Green

When Playing the existing 5th putting green in Competition If the player’s ball lies on the putting green and an immovable obstruction (green fence between the green being constructed and the existing green in play) interferes with the player’s stance or area of his intended swing, the player must lift the ball and place it, without penalty, at the nearest point of relief that is not in a hazard. The nearest point of relief may be off the putting green.

Ground under Repair

Local Rule # 4.1 is in effect and therefore where GUR is marked as a continuous white line (or yellow line marked with words gur) it is prohibited to play, and relief MUST be taken also if GUR interferes with stance. The player must lift the ball and drop it, without penalty, within one club length of and not nearer the hole at the nearest point of relief.


RE/MAX ALLIANCE Captains’ League Rd 1 Summary v2

Captain’s League | Round One Summary v2

Congratulations to William Beck’s Team leading the Captains’ League after round one with a stunning 195 points, with the weakest score being 38 Stableford points. What a fantastic competition with 119 members signed up and 100 playing in round one.

Please find the summary attached below.

Captain’s League Summary Rd 1

How it works

To remind old members and educate new members the Captains’ League celebrates past captains and runs over 7 rounds. All past captains play together and if possible play off the first tee first. All rounds are qualifying and count towards the season’s Order of Merit competition which determines the members of the Malta vs The Rest teams.

Each round the top 5 scores are selected and totalled to give the final round score for that captain. Over the seven rounds, the top five out of seven rounds are selected to give the final result. Which makes for an exciting finish and everything to play for until the final round.

Each round there is a winner and runner-up who get an individual prize. Be sure to sign up for round 2 which will be played 14th and 15th December and available for sign up 5th December.



Fenston Cup Round 2 Results

The Fenston Cup Round 2 was played today.

Congratulations to Daniela Scudamore with a fantastic score of 40 points who won the best overall score.

Full results are below


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All to play for in the third round on Sunday 9th December 2018.

RE/MAX Captains League Rd 1


Many Thanks to RE/MAX ALLIANCE for sponsoring the 2018 – 2019 season

Captains League. The Competition was very well attended and many very good

scores were recorded.

Congratulations to the winner Mr Nick Johnson with 44 points

Closely followed by Mr Simon Micallef Stafrace with 43 points


Captains League Rd 1 Result


TwosAnalysis (1)

Mens Gross Eclectic

Mens Net Eclectic


Mens Season OOM (1)

Mens Handicap List

Fenston Cup Round 2 – V2

Ladies & Gentlemen

Remember that if you wish to have lunch after the match, please do not forget to book your table.

20181125 Fenston Cup Rd 2

Good Luck everyone and have a good game


Ladies Committee