UAE Ladies Inter Club Challenge defending champions Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club are in the three team final.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
Following 12 round-robin matches played throughout the UAE from Jan.20 until March 17, the three winners of the mini-leagues, Yas Links Abu Dhabi, Jumeirah Golf Estates and Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club will lock horns on Wednesday at The Els Club, Dubai in the Grand Final of the 2020 – 2021 UAE Ladies ICC.
Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club are the defending 2019–2020 Ladies InterClub Challenge (ICC) League champions.
The format of the League is three mini-leagues of four golf clubs with each club hosting a round.
Each team comprises a maximum of 10 players with the leading eight stableford scores counting to the aggregate team score using the EGF Handicap Index.
The winning team of each round in each league earns 4 points, the second team 3 points, third place 2 points and fourth place 1 point.
The other nine teams not in the Grand Final will play for the ICC Day Cup, which runs parallel to the Grand Final Both events have a shotgun start at 12.30 pm.
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