Two-day stroke play event, 100% of course handicap.
Must be a Fairway Lady who has participated in at least three (3) rounds of league play on Saturday and Sunday.
Must have submitted seven (7) scorecards showing 18 holes played during the current season at any regulation golf course.
Must commit to playing on both Saturday and Sunday, July 27 and 28.
Exemptions will be given on a case-by-case basis. Players seeking exemptions should contact the Tournament Chairperson who will present the case to the Executive Board. Requests must be made before the sign-up deadline.
The Tournament and Handicap Committees will flight participants and arrange groups.
The tournament will consist of two rounds of stroke play played over a two-day period.
On the first day, groups will be arranged by handicap. On the second day, groups will be arranged by flight and first day scores. Championship Flight will tee off first on Saturday and last on Sunday.
Players must “hole out” on every hole. Failure to hole out will result in disqualification
Fellow competitors will keep each other’s scores. Scorecard, signed by he player and attested by the player’s scorekeeper, must be turned in immediately after play.
The two-day total score will determine winners. Low gross winner of the Championship Flight will be the Club Champion; low gross and low net will be awarded in each flight.
The USGA suggested method of breaking ties will be used. Best second day score. If still tied, best score on last nine holes; then best score on last six holes; then best score on last three holes. When determining low gross winner, gross scores will be used. When determining net winners, proportional handicaps will be applied.
Players will be assigned to USA or Europeans. Day 1 will be partner matches (Nassau format). Day 2 will be individual matches. We will need an even number of players per team. Ideally, entrants will play on both days; if this is unworkable, we will accept players for a single day.
The Flag Tournament is an individual stroke play tournament play at 90% of your handicap. Based on your handicap you're given a specific number of strokes for the round - when your score equals that number of strokes you plant your flag in the ground. The winner is the woman who plants her flag the furthest on the golf course. Last year we had a few players finish the round with their flag!
GOLF FORE GOOD TOURNAMENT To benefit Finex House, Boston Partners in Education and Christmas Toys for Kids in Local Shelters.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2017 7:00 am Registration, 8:00 am Shotgun Start
18 HOLES • BRAMBLE • 4 PERSON TEAMS Entry fee of $125 per person ($75 for Franklin Park/George Wright Season Passholders) includes: Greens Fees and Cart, Lunch, Prizes and Raffle