FEC GC European Championship

The European Golf Croquet Championship was inaugurated in 1999, following the introduction of the revised WCF Golf Croquet Rules.  It takes place most years, except when there is another major Golf Croquet Championship in the world.

Simon Carlsson (Sweden) is the current champion.  In 2007, 2009 and 2010, Jamieson Walker did not qualify for the knock-out stage.  Scotland is entitled to nominate one player to the competition direct, and there are wild card opportunities also. 

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France Match

Bulletin No. 41, January 1991, introduced the idea of a match against the French and Italians, suggested by the Fédération Française de Croquet, as follows:


The Fédération Française de Croquet has invited the SCA to send a team to France in May 1991 to compete against a French team, and, providing all arrangements go successfully, a team from Italy.  They would like us to send six players, with handicaps in the range ½ to about 14.  Travel outward is likely to be on 29th or 30th April, and return on 5th or 6th May.  The matches will take place near Bordeaux on Wednesday 1st May, and Friday and Saturday 3rd and 4th May.  The FFC will provide us with accommodation, but other expenses will have to be met by the players, though there is a possibility that the SCA may be able to provide some assistance towards the cost.  If you would like to be considered for the match, please give your name to the Match Secretary, Corla van Griethuysen.  Knowledge of French and a large capacity for wine would be an advantage.

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