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CA asked to host The Golf Croquet World Championships

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6th May 2003 (GC)

The Croquet Association has been asked by the WCF to host the 2004 championship and will shortly be submitting its proposals to the WCF for approval. The proposals is to run the championship in conjunction with the Golf Croquet Opens at Southwick on 20-27 June 2004.

In view of the number of international players involved in the championship, the numbers of home based players that can be accepted for the event will be limited and the primary choice will be made using the Golf Croquet Rankings. To qualify for selection for the championships, a player will have to have played at least 10 games in 2003. Entry to the National and Open Championships are still open and details can be found in the fixtures book.

Bill Arliss
Chairman, Golf Croquet Selection Committee



 

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