May 2nd: Low Putts
Score will be determined by taking your gross score (what you actually shot) and subtracting your handicap to determine a Net Score.
May 9th: Low Net
Score will be determined by the number of putts you take for each hole during your round. There will be two columns on your scorecard, one for your actual score on the hole and one for the number of putts you have on each hole. Make sure to record BOTH!!
May 16th: Point Quota
Quota: 18 holer's quota is determined by subtracting their course handicap from 36.
9 holer's quota is determined by subtracting their course handicap from 18.
Scoring: Points are awarded as follows:
Gross Score Points
Winner: Winner is determined by the player with the most points accumulated OVER their assigned quota
May 23rd: Skins Game
Score will be determined by taking your Gross Score for a particular hole and subtracting the number of strokes you receive for that hole to determine your Net Score. If your score you record for that hole is lower than all other player in the field, you receive a "Skin" for that hole. If there is a tie for that hole, no money is paid for that hole and the "Skin" carries over. The money paid out is determined by the number of "Skins" that were actually won.
May 30th: Blind Partner
While everyone is playing their round, the pro shop randomly selects 2-person teams and combines their net scores after everyone is done playing to determine the team winners.
June 6th: Rain Date
June 13th: Pick 3-Some 1 Net Best Ball of 3 Players
Score will be determined by taking your Gross Score for a particular hole and subtracting the number of handicap strokes you are to receive for that hole. We will be counting 1 Best Ball of 3.
June 20th: Member-Guest
Shambles/2 Best Balls (Net) – Everyone will tee off and the team will select the best drive. Play your own ball in from that point. The group will mark down the 2 net best scores of the 4 players on each hole. Exception: Everyone will play their own ball on par 3's.
June 27th: Low Net Championship
USGA rules apply (Summer Rules)
Scoring will be done by Net Scores
All putts must be holed out. No gimmies.
*This event is for women who will not be playing in the Woman's Club Championship.
July 4th: No Women's Golf
July 11th: Pick PGA Tour Partner
July 20th-21st: Women's Club Championship
July 18th, July 25th, August 1st: Eclectic
Eclectic works this way: Participants play 3 rounds, and compare their scores on each hole per round. The lowest score made on each hole is recorded, producing an 18-hole score. Example: There are three rounds; in Round 1, the golfer makes a 6 on hole No. 1; in Round 2, the golfer makes a 7 on hole No. 1; in Round 3, the golfer makes a 4 on hole No. 1. That golfer's score for the first hole is a 4.
August 8th: Jack and Jill
Each team will consist of three Jill's (Females) and One Jack (Male). Players may form there own teams. The Jack and Jill is a four person best shot – All four players will tee off from the red tees. The team will select the best tee shot and all four players will hit from that spot. This process will continue until the ball is holed. Exception: Each person's drive must be used a minimum of two times.
August 15th: Flag Event Day
August 22nd: Disaster
Disaster, aka Trouble, is a points game in which the winner at the end of the round is the player (or team) that has collected the fewest number of points. That's because points are "awarded" for bad shots. Hit a ball out of bounds, that's a point..
August 29th: Red,White, and Blue
ABC Scramble (Best Shot): All players tee off, select the best tee shot, then all players move to that position and hit from the spot. Follow the same procedure for all shots until the completion of the hole. Exceptions: You may move your ball within one club length, no nearer to the hole. Your ball must stay in the same type of condition or length of grass when moving.
September 5th: No Women's Golf (Aerification)
September 12th: Rain Date
September 19th: Women's Invitational
September 26th: Cross Country
This event is a Four Person Best Shot played cross country ex: #1 Tee to #6 Green. All four players will tee off. The team will then select the best tee ball. Everyone will then hit from that spot. The best shot will then be selected and all four players will play from that point. This process will be continued until the ball is holed.