The tournament is a 36-hole cumulative scoring event with players competing in 3 divisions.
July 27-28 at Mentel and Raymond courses. Tee times for Rounds 1 and 2 start at 9:00 a.m.
$3,000 Projected Total Purse!
3 divisions, each paying out: 1st Gross - $450, 1st Net - $300, 2nd Gross - $150, 2nd Net - $75 in cash cards.
All players must have a handicap either through the GHIN system or a local course league that can be verified by club pro or league president. Somebody of substance must vouch for a player’s skill level.
The division breakdowns could be adjusted by a stroke or two depending on number of entries.
The tournament is limited to players with a 25 handicap or less. To play in the top men’s division, you must have the handicap listed. Players above that handicap must play in the proper skill division.
We aim to accommodate tee time requests due to work or other obligations as long as they are within our set times. You cannot request playing partners.
Some Rules of Play
USGA and local rules will govern play.
Please note that the ONE BALL RULE is in effect.
Please count your clubs before teeing off (max: 14 clubs).
Players will exchange scorecards within their group. Scorecards must be turned in at the completion of the round with two signatures. All scores will be recorded without Handicaps. Players should finalize scores together as a group, then immediately turn in to the tourney rep.
Any questions about play and rules issues must be addressed with rules committee before cards are signed.
Use of measuring devices is permitted, with the exception of tools that detect elevation.
All putts must be holed. NO GIMMIES.
If there is a doubt as to a rules procedure, a player may play two balls and the rules committee will make the ruling after play. Please report the issue before signing your scorecard.
Ties for first place will go back out to compete if time allows — playing one hole at a time until one player bests another.
If time does not allow, then playoff follows: Scorecard playoff will break all ties using this order: Your back 9 score; your back 6 score; your back 3. If still tied, then hole-by-hole starting with No. 1 handicap until tie is broken.
Pace of play is crucial. Our goal is 4 hours and 20 minutes. Staff will monitor play and issue warnings. If you are out of position, your group will receive a warning and placed on the clock. A two-stroke penalty can be assessed. Please play ready golf.
Seriously, pace of play is a big deal. No 5-hour rounds...
The tournament committee and course officials may adjust format due to weather conditions, course conditions or other circumstances.
Players will be advised of local rules at the start of play.