|2014 League Information ...
kick-off meeting is Thursday, May 1st.
play begins May 8th (scramble) and will run until September 11th
(tbc). The Rally for the Cure Scramble year-end tournament will be a
shotgun start on Sunday, September 21st (tbc). Banquet, awards
and election of officers will follow.
play will take place each Thursday from 3:30 - 5:00 pm. We will rotate
front and back nine weekly with ‘our’ section of the course played will be
closed to non-league members. League members may not play a current league
round prior to 3:30 pm. Play is allowed after 5:00 pm, however, non-league members will also be allowed
onto the course starting at 5:00 pm. The league will try to stay on a
front 9/back 9 rotation.
make-up games will be permitted.
You must play in 13 of the 16 regular season games to qualify for
end-of-the year league prizes.
nights DO NOT count as league nights for scoring purposes. Fun Nights are
scheduled for July 3rd.
of cancellation of league play will be sent by email from the course by
2:00 pm. It may also be posted to the web-site on the banner on the front
page and on Facebook but this is not a guarantee. If you are unsure, call
the club for further information.
up for the next week’s round the week before, or call the Pro Shop to
heading to the tee each week, please sign in at the Pro Shop. The reason
you must check in is so there is a record of golfers on the course, not
for head count, but also for safety reasons.
up for weekly Pro Shop games such as closest to the pin, lucky birdie net
and skins - net and gross. Winnings are paid in Pro Shop credits. If you
sign up for the game, it is your responsibility to report your results
your greens fees.
pro shop will tell you whether we are playing the front or back nine for
up with other members to make up a foursome. This helps in the speed of
play. A threesome is okay if no one is available at the tee to make up the
note that all U.S.G.A. rules apply to play, with local rules superseding.
If you are unsure about a ruling, please ask at the Pro Shop for help.
'Ready' Golf. Please refer to the following suggestions which avoid slow
- Park all bags and carts to the side or back of the
green toward next tee box.
- Record scores at the next tee box. Do not record
scores immediately after finishing the hole. You should record scores at
the next tee while the other members are teeing off.
- The shortest hitter in the group should not tee off
last. This puts undue pressure on her to put her club away, keep up with
the group that has started down the fairway, and be ready to hit first.
- Putt out all short putts. Indecision and marking slows
- Carry two balls at all times – one to play and one as
a spare. If a shot is hit out-of-bounds, you will be immediately ready to
take your next shot (hint: don’t carry two balls of the same make and
number…how will you tell them apart?
- Your responsibility is not to stay ahead of the group
behind you, but to keep up with the group ahead of you. This will keep
- Don’t bother to “fish for balls” unless your group is
waiting on every shot. Look a reasonable amount of time for your ball,
and then move.
- Two score cards are required for each round.
attest and date your scorecard.
one card into Rick with the game player's names noted with an *; deposit
the second card into the League box located in the grill room.
your score into the GHIN system on the computer located in the Pro Shop or
online (see instructions on the Home page of the website) within 3 days of
play. Failure to enter your scores into the GHIN system results in an
inaccurate GHIN and Stableford points. If a player fails to input scores
into the GHIN on a regular basis, the course pro may enter a default score
of the course pro's determination on the player's behalf. This score may
adversely affect the player's GHIN, so it is important to enter all scores
at the course or online within 3 days of play.
of your score is expected at the end of each scheduled round. Just remember to post your score when
dropping off your score card.
50 / 50 tickets to help support our league.
up for any upcoming events, and pay applicable fees as required.
requires all league members to have a USGA handicap. A handicap is
necessary in order to create league divisions and calculate Stableford
points and to make the game of golf more enjoyable by enabling golfers of
differing abilities to compete on an equitable basis.
members who do not yet have a handicap when joining the league will
receive one in one of the following ways:
- A maximum default 9 hole handicap of 27 and 18 hole
handicap of 54 will be assigned to new members who demonstrate (after
three or four 9-hole rounds) a clear trend that they are eligible for a
27/54 handicap. This will be determined by the scorekeeper.
- A new member not eligible for a default handicap of
27/54 will have a handicap manually calculated for her by the course pro.
This will be done after she has submitted the equivalent of four 9 hole
will be eligible to participate in the Club House games after receiving a