Northwest Seniors system

Built Mar 10, 2019

Description

Individual format where the game rotates through 12 different formats throughout the season.

Holes

This system is designed for use in 18-hole leagues

Score Type

Standard - Rules of Golf followed on a rated course during its active season

Measured By

Money - The standings for this scoring system are dictated by prize money earned in each event throughout the season.

Format

Individual - Each golfer competes on an individual basis, without any teammates.

Scoring Format

Field - Each golfer competes against the entire field in each event

Used By

This scoring system is used by Northwest Senior League

Children Scoring Systems

This is a "parent" scoring system that has the following "children" scoring systems under it

Individual net by flight

18-hole flighted net score format -- flights can change each event.

4-player teams

Each event using this scoring system will have 4-player teams with a single team score. There are no flights and teams can change with each event.

Individual stableford by flight

In this format you earn points for good scores and no points for bad scores: a. Net Double Eagle, (3 under par) is worth 6 points. b. Net Eagle (2 under par) is worth 4 points. c. Net Birdie (1 under par) is worth 2 points. d. Net Par is worth 1 point e. Net Bogey or higher is worth 0 points.

2-player teams by flight

Events using this scoring system will have 2-player teams that each play in a flight and will enter a single team score only.

Individual Nassau by flight

For this event all players are getting 90% of their handicaps with half of one’s handicap for the front 9 (Holes 1-9) and half for the back 9 (Holes 10-18). If your handicap is an “odd” number, you take the higher number on the Back 9 (Holes 10-18); i.e., if you have a 17 handicap you will take 9 strokes on Holes 10-18 and 8 on holes 1-9.

2-player team stableford by flight

In this format you earn points for good scores and no points for bad scores: a. Net Double Eagle, (3 under par) is worth 6 points. b. Net Eagle (2 under par) is worth 4 points. c. Net Birdie (1 under par) is worth 2 points. d. Net Par is worth 1 point e. Net Bogey or higher is worth 0 points.

Match play championship

Match play events by flight, winners get 2 points, a draw earns you 1 point.

4-player teams with bling ball

Each event using this scoring system will have 4-player teams with a single team score. There will be a separate metric (bling ball) accounted for each team. There are no flights.

Flag tournament

For this event each player will be given a Target Score which represents par 72, plus 80% your Handicap. You continue playing until you have achieved this target score; once you have reached it you will plant your American flag next to your ball. Do cumulative scoring of your gross scores on so you will know when you hit your target score. Winners to be determined by the players who have the most strokes left to play, or closest to their Target Score.

2-player teams by flight

Events using this scoring system will have 2-player teams that each play in a flight and will enter individual scores for each golfer. A combined net team score will be produced as well.

Team Championship

2-player teams by flight, lowest combined net score wins

2-player Scotch

2-player team format where alternate shot is played with a team handicap -- 60% of the low course handicap added to 40% of the high course handicap