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Ladies League Tournament Formats


May 7           Season Kick-Off PartyLeague Orientation, Member Meeting 5-7  PM

Welcome Back Ladies!!!

We'll begin the season with our annual opening-night cocktail party, orientation, and meeting.  You will see familiar faces and meet future golf partners at this social event.  You will learn about how the league works such as how to sign up for events, how to establish your golf handicap, and other league customs that will make your golf season great! 


May 14           Individual Stroke PlayPlay on Pace:  A Time-Awareness Event

Not only does a resasonable pace of play help to improve your game, it also makes the game more fun for you and everyone on the course.  Play better and have more fun:  Play Faster!   We will provide checkpoints on your scorecard and on the course to help you learn to play at a game-improving, fun-enhancing pace.

May 21         Individual Scoring; Karma Golf 
 
Karma Golf is back for 2014!  Each Karma Team will receive a special Karma Ball at the beginning of the round.  Players alternate playing the ball throughout the round, recording the Karma Score on the score card while also keeping an individual score for handicapping purposes.  Teams returning the Karma Ball at the end of the round will recieve a special treat.  Don't lose the Karma Ball! 


May 28           Golf & Gamble - Deuces Wild

You will recieve cards after each hole based on your net score for that hole.  At the end of the round, choose the  five cards that make up the best poker hand.  Deuces are wild!  The best poker hand in the group of players wins!  After golf, join us in the Bar & Grill for Texas Hold 'Em hosted by Jerzey, Opie, Lucky, and Dog Boy.  These friendly dealers will teach you how to play and bet, share rules and strategy, and generally entertain you all night.                  

June 4
       Individual Stroke Play and Contest Holes
 
Each player will play her own ball and count every single stroke and follow the rules of golf. This will give you a true measure of your improvement throughout the season and will help you to establish an accurate handicap.  Players in a group will attest the other players score and post it to your handicap record.  In addition, each hole will have a contest:
 
#1  Shortest Drive
#2, #3  Longest Drive
#4  Closest in 2 Shots
#5  Closest to the Pin
#6  Closest to the Lake Without Going In
#7  Most Accurate (Closest to the Aiming Pole)
#8 Furthest From the Pin But On The Green In 1 Shot
#9  Shortest Drive

Each player on a side plays her own ball and the lower of the two scores is counted as the team score.  Event will be flighted and full handicaps will be applied. 
   
June 11         Beat The Pro  
 
Bring your best game and and try to beat the Pro's scratch score (No Handicap) for 9 or 18.  The pot will be split evenly among those succeeding in beating the Pro and bragging rights will be honored for 1 year.

June 18         Pinehurst System
 
In the Pinehurst System, both players tee off, then they switch golf balls. Player A plays Player B's drive, and vice-versa. Each player hits the second shot. They then select the best of the second shots, and from that point until the ball is holed they play only one ball in an alternate shot format.
 
June 25         4-Club Challenge

Choose your weapons, but only 4 of them!  (Putter counts as 1)  Keep an individual score and get creative with your shot-making.  You'll be surprised how well you do with only 4 clubs!


July 2           Flag Tournament

For this event each player will receive a flag labeled with their name and course handicap + par (9 or 18).  Example, your course handicap for 9 holes is 16.  16 + 36 (par) = 52.  When you hit your 52nd shot, you will plant your flag where the ball comes to rest.  The goal is to finish the round with your flag in hand.    
 
July 9          Rally for the Cure - WEAR PINK!  (Green Fees + $20 Donation)

This program works to spread awareness about breast health and breast cancer in support of Susan G. Komen for the Cure.  Their mission is to empower people to join the fight against breast cancer by educating their friends, family, and community on the importance of early detetction through an activity they are passionate about - GOLF!  Each participant will be asked to contribute a non-tax deductible entry fee of $20 for a chance to win a grand prize, event favors, breast health information, and a subscription to a select Conde Nast magazine.  Other prizes to be announced, including Best Pink Outfit!  Our ladies' league has been very generous over the years in supporting this organization.  We've all been affected in one way or another, and several of our past and current members are survivors themselves!  Be sure to wear pink!
  

July 16        Individual Stroke Play
 
Each player will play her own ball and count every single stroke and follow the rules of golf. This will give you a true measure of your improvement throughout the season and will help you to establish an accurate handicap.  Players in a group will attest the other players score and post it to your handicap record.

   

July 23          Whack & Hack
 
For this event, all four team members play their own ball for four individual scores.  Two of those scores are combined to make up the team score on each hole.  The two scores that are used are the low ball and the high ball.  So if the four players score 4, 5, 6, and 7, the team score is 11 (4 + 7).
  

July 30        Individual Stroke Play
 
Each player will play her own ball and count every single stroke and follow the rules of golf. This will give you a true measure of your improvement throughout the season and will help you to establish an accurate handicap.  Players in a group will attest the other players score and post it to your handicap record.

 
August 6      Club Championship and Barbeque  

Our annual club championship will crown the winners from each flight.  Everyone, despite your percieved ability, is invited to play.  A cookout on the patio will follow the event.


August 13       
 Individual Stroke Play

Each player will play her own ball and count every single stroke.  This will give you a true measure of your improvement throughout the season.  Players in a group will attest the other players' score and post it to your handicap record.
 
August 20       2-Lady Best Ball   
 
Team up with you partner for this event and play your own ball.  The best individual score will be counted as the team score.
 
August 27      Heaven & Hell
 
Half the holes will be set up easy (Heaven) and the other half will be set up hard (Hell).  Individual scoring will be used to determine winners.  Good Luck!

September 3      Nine & Wine   
 
Play nine or eighteen and then enjoy some wine on the patio.  This is an individual stroke play event.                                   

September 10    Generously Modified Stableford

In Stableford format, points are awarded on each hole depending on the score's relation to par.  Our Stableford Scoring Chart will look like this:

Fixed Score = +2      Relation       Points 
                          
Eagle                          -2                  6
Birdie                          -1                  5
Par                              even             4
Bogey                         +1                 3
Dbl. Bogey                 +2                  2
Trip. Bogey                +3                  1
Quad./Worse             +4                  0

   


September 17    Golf & Gamble II
 
You will recieve cards after each hole based on your net score for that hole.  At the end of the round, choose the  five cards that make up the best poker hand.  Deuces are wild!  The best poker hand in the group of players wins!  After golf, join us in the Bar & Grill for Texas Hold 'Em hosted by Jerzey, Opie, Lucky, and Dog Boy.  These friendly dealers will teach you how to play and bet, share rules and strategy, and generally entertain you all night.

     
September 24   Arizona Shuffle  
On par-3 holes, one low ball counts as the team score; on par-4 holes, two low balls are combined for the team score; on par-5 holes; three low balls are combined for the team scores.  Don't worry, you can figure this out when you are finished playing. 

October 1 
      Individual Stroke Play

Each player will play her own ball and count every single stroke in accordance with the rules of golf. This will give you a true measure of your improvement throughout the season and help to keep your handicap index accurate.  Players in a group will attest the other players score and post it to your handicap record. 
   

October 8       Golf and Member Dinner

Come out for the season's last golfing event (weather permitting) followed by our annual year-end dinner and End-of-Season Awards.  Even if you are not playing golf on this day, you are invited to dinner.  Pleae RSVP by October 6.