Men’s Association 2020
Membership – $40.00
Event (Prize Fund) – $ 5.00
* Plus Applicable Green and Cart Fees
Mens Association 2020 Schedule
- April 29 – Skins
- May 6 – 2-Man Scramble
- May 13 – Blind Draw Partners**
- May 20 – Fill Your Quota
- May 27 – 2-Man Better Ball
- June 3 – Green Tee Skins
- June 10 – Total Combined Score**
- June 17 – String Game
- June 24 – Low Net
- July 1 – Red, White, & Blue
- July 8 – Skins**
- July 15 – Ladies Tee Party
- July 22 – No Alibi
- July 29 – 2-Man Better Ball
- August 5 – Skins
- August 12 – Alternate Shot**
- August 19 – 2-Man Shamble
- August 26 – Low Net
- September 2 – Red, White, & Why Did I Birdie
- September 9 – Fill Your Quota**
- September 16 – 2-Man Scramble
- September 23 – Skins
- September 30 – Night Golf
- October 7 – Fall Meeting/Dinner – 6:00 p.m.
**These days will be played on the Back 9!
NOTE:All participants must have a CDGA Handicap to participate in weekly events. This shows that you have paid your dues and entered scores on a consistent basis.
If you do not enter Association scores, they may be entered for you by the Golf Course Staff.
Individuals playing without a handicap after July 1 will be placed in the “A” Flight for scoring purposes.
The ball may be played up, moving ball a scorecard length, in like conditions, no closer to the hole.
Hole in One Fund – A player making a Hole In One during Wednesday Men’s League (within the 9 holes of that day’s play), will receive a prize of $200 in Shop Credit.
Please Sign up for the Handicap Match Play by June 1st.
To be eligible, you must have at least 5 CDGA posted scores from the current handicap season. Remember, you may combine two 9 hole scores to post an 18 hole score.
Each skins game will be broken into flights.
The number of flights and your position in flights varies from week to week depending on the number of participants and their handicaps.
Pay $5.00 entry at the Pro Shop. If no skins are won, then entry will carry over until next time skins are played. Turn in your scorecard w/first and last name at the desk. All prizes awarded in Pro Shop credit.
Red, White & Why Did I Birdie?????
Each player begins on the white tees of hole #1. Depending on your gross score, play the proper tees on the next hole:
- Double Bogey or higher – Red Tees
- Bogey – Green Tees
- Par – White Tees
- Birdie/Eagle/Albatross – Blue Tees
Red, White & Blue Individual
The Player decides which tees to use:
9-Hole Event: 3 REDS 3 WHITES 3 BLUES
Total Combined Score
Combine the gross scores of you and your partner to determine score for the 9 holes. Pro Shop staff will apply handicap for final result.
18 Hole Course (9 Hole event)
Pro Shop staff will deduct teams handicap from final score.
No Alibi Tourney
9 Hole Event
Instead of deducting handicap at the end, players are allowed to replay the number of shots equaling one-quarter of hdcp. during round.
16 Hdcp. = 4 replays.
Each player hits their tee shot on hole #1. The players then choose the best drive and alternate shots from that position. The player that makes the putt does not tee off on the next hole, continuing to alternate shots until the round is completed.
Chicago Point Quota System (Fill Your Quota)
18 Hole Course (9 Hole event)
Each player is given a point quota based on his handicap. The object is to be the player with the most points over your quota.
2 Man Better Ball
18 hole Course (9 hole event)
Take the better ball of 2 for score on each hole. Subtract team handicap from total. To calculate team hdcp. average your two hdcps over 9 holes, use 90% of the result.
Larry = 14 hdcp. || Moe = 12 hdcp. || Team shoots 36
Team: 14 + 12 = 26 || 26 / 4 = 6.5 || 6.5 x .9 = 5.85
36 gross – 5.85 = 30.15 net.
Ladies Tee Party
2 Man Scramble from the Red Tees.
Player receives 12 inches of string per handicap stroke (9 Holes)
Example – Player A has a 16 handicap. 9 Hole Handicap = 8. Player A receives 8 ft. of string.
The string can be used to move your ball anywhere on the golf course. Once used, the length used must be discarded and not used again. Using your string is not another shot, but a continuation of your previous shot.
A) You hit your 2nd shot on a Par 4 to two feet from the hole. Using 2 ft of string, the ball is moved in to the hole for an Eagle.
B) You hit a shot that rolls in to the edge of the pond. You locate your ball and use 3 ft of string to move the ball from it’s location in the water to dry land and avoid the penalty stroke.
2 man teams. Each player hits tee shot. Select best tee shot and each player plays own ball for rest of hole from that tee shot.
Each player will need at least one glow ball and one glow stick.
Both may be purchased in the pro shop.
4 Player Teams – Scramble format. Play starts at dark. Par 3 Course 18 holes.