2020 Boyd Quaich Tournament

The 2020 Boyd Quaich will take place on the 30th June-2nd July

Entries for the 2020 tournament are now open. Please complete the entry form on the link below and return to [email protected]

Each institution is invited to enter a maximum of two male students. The 72 man field will be selected on the following basis:

  1. 27 best GB and Ireland entrants (based on handicap at the time of entering) (2 per University)
  2. 27 best overseas entrants (based on handicap at the time of entering) (2 per University)
  3. 18 organiser’s invites

Entry Form 2020

The entry fee for the tournament is £125, which is payable once the field has been selected.

Accommodation will be available in a student residence in St Andrews, with a limited amount offered at a discounted rate. We will also be offering a limited number of practice rounds on The New Course on the afternoon of Monday the 29th June. Details will be given once the field has been selected.

Entries close on the 17th April 2020.

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