United Nations Golf Club

Matchplay 2024

The United Nations Golf Club (UNGC) in Vienna is once again organising singles and doubles match play tournaments during the 2023 season. The draw for the handicap competitions will be made in early April and the competitions themselves will run from mid-April until approximately the middle of October. Depending on the number of participants, there will be 5 or so rounds in each competition for the successful participants. The UNGC Singles Match Play Championship:  The winner of this tournament can proudly call himself or herself the UN Golf Club Match Play Champion.  It is a singles match play competition, so it is based upon holes won rather than strokes taken.  It is a handicap competition, so everybody has a chance! 

The doubles tournament is the UNGC Chapman Match Play.  Like the Singles Championship, the Chapman Foursomes is a match play competition based upon handicap.  It is a fun format where you and your partner play alternate shots with the same ball from the third shot onwards. 

Both competitions are open to all members of the UNGC but registration is now closed.

Please note that the same rules about deadlines used last year will be applied again this year, only the rules will be strictly adhered to. For each round, there will be a two-week grace period beyond the deadline of each scheduled match play round. This deadline is to prevent delays in subsequent matches and to ensure the final rounds are played in favourable weather conditions. A committee made up of the Match Play Organiser and UNGC Executive Committee members will determine which (individual or team) will proceed into the next round in the event a scheduled match has not been played before the end of the two-week grace period.  To avoid unnecessary complications and to ensure fairness, please copy goeran.ungc@gmail.comwhen you make your match arrangements!

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