2-Man Best Ball
August 15, 2020
Entry Fee: $12
Entry Opens: July 18
Entry Closes: August 9
Tournament Committee: Dan Andrews (Chairman), Andy Anderson, Paul Santaniello
The Rules of Golf as issued by the USGA govern play, along with Local Rules as applicable in the Club’s “Hard Card”. See below for additional Conditions of Competition. Violations are addressed by the Tournament Committee in cooperation with the Rules Committee.
This is a one-day, 18-hole Flighted Two Man Net Best Ball Stroke Play Tournament using 100% of Home Course Handicap. The Tournament Committee uses Golf Genius to determine Flights and Pairings. Home Course Handicap is as of the date of tournament set up. The Tournament Committee makes every effort to create Flights with the least amount of Handicap differential possible.
Tees to be utilized will be set by the committee based on the number of participants and flights.
Each team will use their Net Best Ball on each hole to determine their team score for the tournament. In case of a tie for first place, Co-Champions shall be declared, and the place money is evenly split. All other ties are co-winners and place money is evenly split.
All scores are posted by the Committee for USGA Handicap purposes, with applicable Adjusted Gross Score applied.
Prior to the first tee, at the Registration Table, a voluntary $5.00 ($10.00 for the team as this is a team skin format) is collected from each individual or team wishing to enter a flighted Net Skins Game. In addition, a voluntary $5.00 ($10.00 for the team) is collected from each individual or team wishing to enter a Gross Over the Entire Field Skins game. In the event of “No Skins Out”, the competition reverts to a Best Skins format. Regardless of format, all eighteen holes are used for Skins and voluntary pot games.
Hole-in-One Pot – Active Eagle Pot – Active Ringer Pot – Active
Club Pace of Play and Lightning Policies are in Effect!
Closest to the Flagstick: Holes #4, #8, #13 and #17 (Gift Cards are awarded.)
Individual Payout: “Money on the Books”, using Tournament Payout Schedule A. The number of participants in each flight determines places paid.