The Mouat Cup was presented first in 1946 and recognized the low gross score achieved over 18 holes of medal play. The original trophy was lost in the 1959 fire and was subsequently replaced by Mac Mouat.
The Morris Cup is competed for in conjunction with the Mouat Cup competition and is awarded to the golfer who records the low net score. It was presented by Mr. B. Morris.
Jack Matson presented the cup bearing his name in 1931. It has two flights. Cup flight is match play, no handicaps, while consolation flight is match play with handicaps.
Entry fee: $10 for each cup; Gross skins $2 entry; Net skins $2 entry