The Astor Salver


Wednesday 2nd June 2021






The Astor Salver is a Ladies World Amateur Golf Ranking, 36 Hole, Scratch Competition which will be played on Wednesday 2nd June 2021.


Entry Requirements


The Maximum Handicap Index for any player wishing to enter The Astor Salver is 7. Entries will be limited to 90. In the event of applications exceeding this number, a ballot will take place on exact Handicap Index. The Club reserves the right to accept or refuse any entry, regardless of Handicap Index. 


Entry Fee


Entry Fee for The Astor Salver: £65. All payments for the competition must be made via Golf Genius. Players will only be charged the entry fee when their entry has been confirmed on Golf Genius. The entry fee is exclusive of meals.


There will be no refund of entry fee if you withdraw from the competition within 72 hours from the start of the first round. Once the draw has been made, it will be emailed out to all competitors. 


The closing date for entries will be midday on Tuesday 18th May 2021. 


Format of Play


36 Hole Medal. Competitors play two qualifying rounds, one on The Blue Course and one on The Red Course.



Practice Rounds


Tuesday 1st June 2021 will be the designated Practice Day. All confirmed competitors will be extended courtesy of the club facilities for the day. A green fee of £185 will be charged for those wishing to play with the competitor on the practice day.  Please contact the office on 01344 621495 - Option 1 or to book your round. Please report to the Caddiemaster upon arrival.



The Astor Salver - Prizes


Presented since 1951 The Astor Salver winner will be the competitor returning the lowest scratch score over 36 holes. In the eventuality two or more players are tied after 36 holes they share the trophy; there is no playoff. A prize will be awarded to the Winner and Runner-Up. The leading six players will receive prize vouchers redeemable in professional golf shops only.





The Astor Salver will be combined with the Critchley Salver at Sunningdale on Tuesday 25th May 2021 to create the Critchley Astor Salver. The combined totals over 72 holes will qualify for the purposes of WAGR points.