Member/Guest

August 1, 2020

Entry Fee: $21 per person                                           

Entry Opens: July 4                                               

                                   

Conditions of Competition

Tournament Committee: Mike Greenwood, (Chairman), Dan Bradley, Andy Anderson

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.

Format:

This is a one-day, 18-hole Flighted Net Team tournament using 100% course handicap.  Each guest must have an active verifiable USGA handicap and have an Amateur status. The Tournament Committee uses Golf Genius to create flights and pairings. Home Course Handicaps are as of the date of tournament set up.

Each team consists of 4 players with no more than two Men’s Club members on a team.  You can form your own teams; however you must have two members and two guests, or one member and three guests.  If you sign up as a member and guest only, the committee will attempt to pair you with another member and guest, or two guests.  If you sign up as an individual the committee will attempt to form a team for you.

 

One player is responsible for recording all team scores and signing the scorecard.  If a team is missing a player, the Tournament Committee will substitute scores for the missing player by using another player in the competition that has the next closest Handicap Index.  If your team is missing a player, do not complete the team score; the Committee will do it for your team.

 

 

The playing format is on hole #1, the lowest one net best ball is recorded. On hole 2, the lowest 2 net best balls are recorded and on the 3rd hole the lowest three net best balls are recorded. On hole #4 you’re back to one net best ball and the rotation continues. 1-2-3, 1-2-3 and so on, therefore:

 

  • Holes 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, and 16 the team captain will record the lowest individual net score as the team score.

  • Holes 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, and 17 the team captain will record the two lowest individual net scores as the team score.

  • Holes 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, and 18 the team captain will record the three lowest individual net scores as the team score.

 

The team will record 36 net scores, which will make par for this tournament 146.

Black, Blue, and White tees will be utilized for the men depending on the number of participants and handicaps.  Gold and White tees will be utilized for the women.

Scoring:

In case of a tie for first place, Co-Champions shall be declared.  All other ties are co-winners and the place money is evenly split.  All scores are posted by the Committee for USGA Handicap purposes, with applicable Adjusted Gross Score applied.

Other Information:

A voluntary $20.00 will be collected from each team wishing to enter a Flighted Team Skins Game. Deposit skins form and cash in an envelope prior to your tee time. The Team score that is recorded the day for each hole will be used for the Skins game. In the event of “No Skins Out”, the competition reverts to a Best Skins format.

Hole-in-One Pot – Active on the Championship course*  

Eagle Pot – Active on the Championship course*

Ringer Pot – Active on the Championship course*

 

* for Club members only

 

Club Pace of Play and Lightning Policies are in Effect!

Tournament Payouts:

Closest to the Flagstick each day:  Holes #4, #8, #13 and #17   (Gift Cards will be awarded.)

Team Payout:  “Money on the Books”, using Tournament Payout Schedule A. The number of teams determines places paid.  Guests that win flight money are paid by “Money on the Books” for merchandise from either Foothills GC or The Meadows GC.

Saturday after the round Activities:

Unfortunately due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions on gathering we have decided after-round activities will not take place.  In lieu of the par 3 there will be an on-course contest during your round which applies to each player.  Each player, whose ball comes to rest on the green in regulation, (2 strokes) on hole #’s 1 and #10, your name will be entered into a raffle. Mark your initials in the box provided on your scorecard and after your round, your name will be entered into a pot.  The raffle will take place after all groups have completed their rounds.  You do NOT need to be present to win, and we will locate the member or guest and give them out accordingly.