- This will be an individual stroke play format with Stableford scoring with the following gross point spread:
- Eagle – 4 points
- Birdie – 3 points
- Par – 2 points
- Bogey – 1 point
- Double bogey or worse – 0 points
- Your handicap will be used to calculate the net Stableford points.
- Both rounds will have a shot gun start (everyone will tee of at the same time on different holes)
- Players are expected to be at the course 30 minutes before tee time
Due to the large number of participants the tournament the following rules will be enforce to ensure a quick pace of play:
- Maximum time to search for lost ball is 3 minutes. Play ready golf at all times.
- Maximum strokes on any hole is 4 over par (pick up if you’re putting for Par + 4)
- Handicap 15 and above will play from 2nd set of tees. See appropriate tee color by course below.
- Handicap 15 and below play from back tees. See appropriate tee color by course below.
- Marshals will be authorized to make you skip a hole if you’re more than 1 hole behind the group ahead. Any skipped hole will be given max score.
- You must submit your scorecard within 15 minutes after the group ahead of you. Failure will result in 2 stroke penalty for each person in your group.
Skins Game (Optional)
There will be a skins game for each round. The buy in to the skin game will be a $20 for each round. Participation in the skins is optional; you can choose to participate in one, both or none of the rounds.
The skins game will be played using the following rules;
- Hole will be won with par or better
- There will be several skins pots to ensure fair competition and pay out. The pots will be allocated based on handicap index range to be determined
- Skins will allocated as below
- Par = 1 skin (only on person gets skins. Two pars kill the hole)
- Birdie = 2 skins (if two people birdie the hole, each will get 1 skin. Third birdie kills the hole)
- Eagle = 3 skins (if two eagle a hole each will get 1.5 skins. If three people eagle a hole, each gets 1 skin. Fourth eagle kills the hole. )
Closest to Pin Game (Optional)
There will be a closest to the pin contest. There will be a $5 buy-in for each round. Each par 3 hole will have a closest to the pin marker. The winner on each hole will get one quarter of the amount in the pot. Participation in the closest to pin game is optional.