2018 Saturday League Information

General League Information

Flights for events will be assigned as follows:

Gross events will have 12 players per flight determined by USGA hdcp index. Net events, including 2 man team events and Stableford Points, will have 1 flight if the number of players or teams is 15 or less.  2 flights if the number of players or teams is 16-35 and 3 flights if more than 35.  4 man team events will not be flighted unless there are more than 15 teams competing.  Progressive Skins will have 2 flights – net skins and gross skins. Quota Points will not be flighted.  Flight size may vary slightly due to handicap ties or an irregular number of players in a flight.

Fox Cup Championship (FCC) Qualification points will be awarded at 100 points per event with an even number of points assigned to each flight (i.e. 2 flights and there will be 50 points for each flight). Within flights, the points will be awarded at 50% for first, 30% for second, and 20% for third. Players in team events will split the points given for the place won.  Quota Points will award extra FCC points for the 3 players scoring the most over their quota in amounts 5, 3, and 2 for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.  All players making their quota will evenly split the remaining 90 TOC points.

Classic Event & Ind. Match Play: Chit payouts will be awarded to the winners in each round. TOC Points will be awarded to players on teams finishing 1st, 2nd and 3rd. See the bracket for details.

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2018 Saturday Events Schedule

4/21 4-Man Train Wreck - Drawn Teams

*Drawn Team Event

In this event, 4 players compete as a team.  All players play their own ball on each hole. For the first 6 holes, the 2 best net scores make up the team score for each hole.  For the middle 6 holes 3 net scores count and for the last 6 holes, all 4 net scores count.The net score for a hole is determined by subtracting any strokes that the player receives (based on handicap allowance) from the players actual score.  Handicap Allowance is calculated by taking 90% of the course handicap per USGA handicap manual Sec 9-4(b)(ii).

Players get a stroke on every hole with a handicap number equal to or below their course handicap. If the player’s course handicap is greater than 18, the player receives one stroke on every hole, plus an additional stroke on every hole that has a handicap number equal to or great than the players course handicap minus 18.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round*

*Per USGA Rules:  If any members of the 4-man team picks up before completing the hole because their partners have better scores, the player who picked up must record a reasonable estimate of the score they would have recorded had they completed the hole. See USGA handicap manual section 4

4/28 Low Gross

Players are put into flights based on handicap. At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players
5/5 Low Net / Match Play Seeding

*$10 Entry Fee for Match Play (one time)

*Net scores will be used for seeding into match play brackets.  If you don’t play this round, you will be seeded in the lowest slots.

Low Net

Your Low Net score is your total actual (gross) score minus your COURSE handicap for the tees and course combination being played.  Handicap allowance is 100% of course handicap.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players

Individual Match Play

EVENT DESCRIPTION

An individual match play tournament conducted throughout the season. The first week of this event will determine seeding for the match play bracket. The seeding score will be low net stroke play. The size of the bracket (number of players) will be determined by League Chairmen.

EVENT ENTRY FEES

This event requires an additional entry fee ($10) payable in the golf shop.

HANDICAP ALLOWANCES

Handicap allowance FOR THE MATCHES is calculated based on the USGA Handicap systems Sec 9-4 (a) (i) recommendation: “The higher-handicapped player receives the full difference in course handicap between the two players; the lower-handicapped player plays from scratch.”

HOW TO CONDUCT THE EVENT

Match play is conducted hole by hole. The player having the lowest net score on a hole wins that hole. The player winning the most holes during the round wins the match. The net score for a hole is determined by subtracting any strokes that the player receives (based on handicap) from the players actual score.

How do I know what holes I get strokes on?

SETTLING TIES

The method to settle ties in stroke play seeding is based on USGA Handicap sec 9-5 (b) recommendation: Match the last nine holes. If the players have the same score for the last nine holes, then use the last six holes, if still tied use the last three holes. If there is still no winner, then the last hole is used.

The method to settle ties in matches is to play extra holes at sudden death. The first player to win a hole is the match winner. Handicaps are applied as if an entire round were being played. If extra holes cannot be played, then ask someone from the pro shop to administer a chip-off on the practice green.

DATES OF COMPETITION

Players in matches should contact each other and sign up for a tee time that is suitable to both. The match MUST be played prior to (or on) the designated deadline date for each round of matches. If the match cannot be played by the deadline,  the chairman will decide the winner as he sees fit.  This may be by coin flip or by forfeiting one team.

SCORECARD

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round
  • Winning Player should be clearly marked
5/12 2-Man Best Ball / Classic Match Play seeding

*$20 Team Entry Fee for Classic (one time)

2 Man Best Ball

In this event, 2 players compete as a team. Both players play their own ball on each hole.  The lowest net score of the 2 players is recorded as the team score for each hole.  The net score for a hole is determined by subtracting any strokes that the player receives (based on handicap allowance) from the players actual score.  NOTE:

Players get a stroke on every hole with a handicap number equal to or below their course handicap. If the player’s course handicap is greater than 18, the player receives one stroke on every hole, plus an additional stroke on every hole that has a handicap number equal to or great than the players course handicap minus 18.

Handicap allowance is calculated by taking 90% of of the course handicap. If team members have a USGA handicap difference of more than eight strokes, then 80% of course handicaps are to be used.  USGA handicap manual Sec 9-4(b)(ii).

There will be no blind draw for a player without a designated partner.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round*

Per USGA Rules: * If one member of the 2-man team picks up before completing the hole because their partner has a better score, the player who picked up must record a reasonable estimate of the score they would have recorded had they completed the hole.  See USGA handicap manual section 4-1.

The Classic

EVENT DESCRIPTION
The Classic is four-ball match play tournament conducted throughout the season. The committee may designate the first week of this event as qualifying for entrance into the match play bracket.  If so, the qualifying score will be 2-man net best ball stroke play.  The size of the bracket (number of teams) will be determined by League Chairmen.  Seeding for teams advancing to match play will be based on the qualifying score.

EVENT ENTRY FEES
This event requires an additional entry fee ($20) per team payable in the golf shop.

HANDICAP ALLOWANCES
Handicap allowance FOR THE QUALIFYING/SEEDING ROUND is calculated by taking 90% of of the course handicap for the combination of nines being played. If team members have a USGA handicap difference of more than eight strokes, then 80% of each player’s course handicaps are to be used.  See USGA handicap manual Sec 9-4(b)(ii).

Handicap allowance FOR THE MATCHES is calculated based on the USGA Handicap systems Sec 9-4 (a) (iii) recommendation: “Reduce the course handicaps of all four players by the course handicap of the player with the lowest handicap, who shall then play from scratch. Allow each of the other three players 100% of the difference.  The calculation is done with full handicap, no reduction.  The reduction is only for the stroke play qualifying (See above).

HOW TO CONDUCT THE EVENT
In four-ball match play, two play their better ball against the better ball of two other players. All 4 players play their own ball on each hole. The lowest net score of the 2 players on each team is recorded as the team score for each hole. The team having the lowest net score on a hole wins that hole. The team winning the most holes during the round wins the match. The net score for a hole is determined by subtracting any strokes that the player receives (based on handicap) from the players actual score.

Players get a stroke on every hole with a handicap number equal to or below their handicap allowance for the match. If the player’s handicap allowance for the match is greater than 18, the player receives one stroke on every hole, plus an additional stroke on every hole that has a handicap number equal to or great than the players course handicap minus 18.

SETTLING TIES
The method to settle ties in stroke play qualifying is based on USGA Handicap sec 9-5 (b) recommendation: Match the last nine holes.  If the teams have the same score for the last nine holes, then use the last six holes, if still tied use the last three holes. If there is still no winner, then the last hole is used.

The method to settle ties in matches is to play extra holes at sudden death. The first team to win a hole is the match winner. Handicaps are applied as if an entire round were being played. If extra holes cannot be played, then ask someone from the pro shop to administer a chip-off on the practice green.

DATES OF COMPETITION
Players participating in matches should contact each other and sign up for a tee time that is suitable to all.  The match MUST be played prior to (or on) the designated deadline date for each round of matches. If the match cannot be played by the deadline,  the chairman will decide the winner as he sees fit.  This may be by coin flip or by forfeiting one team.

SCORECARD
At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round*
  • Winning Team should be clearly marked

* If one member of the 2-man team picks up before completing the hole because their partner has a better score, the player who picked up must record a reasonable estimate of the score they would have recorded had they completed the hole. See USGA handicap manual section 4-1

5/19 Stableford Points

This is an individual event in which points are awarded for various scores made on each hole in relation to par. Points are assigned as follows based on your NET score for that hole:

Double Eagle: 8 pts

Eagle: 5 pts

Birdie: 2 pts

Par: 0 pts

Bogey: -1 pt

Double Bogey or worse: -3 pts

Players should record both their actual score and their Stableford points on each hole. The net score for a hole is determined by subtracting any strokes that the player receives (based on course handicap) from the players actual score.

Players get a stroke on every hole with a handicap number equal to or below their course handicap. If the player’s course handicap is greater than 18, the player receives one stroke on every hole, plus an additional stroke on every hole that has a handicap number equal to or great than the players course handicap minus 18.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • All Players Local Numbers
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round
  • Individual Stableford points for all players for the entire round
5/26 Holiday - Unofficial event - Shop games
6/2 2-Man Best Ball

2 Man Best Ball

In this event, 2 players compete as a team. Both players play their own ball on each hole.  The lowest net score of the 2 players is recorded as the team score for each hole.  The net score for a hole is determined by subtracting any strokes that the player receives (based on handicap allowance) from the players actual score.

Players get a stroke on every hole with a handicap number equal to or below their course handicap. If the player’s course handicap is greater than 18, the player receives one stroke on every hole, plus an additional stroke on every hole that has a handicap number equal to or great than the players course handicap minus 18.

Handicap allowance is calculated by taking 90% of of the course handicap. If team members have a USGA handicap difference of more than eight strokes, then 80% of course handicaps are to be used.  USGA handicap manual Sec 9-4(b)(ii).

NOTE: There will be no blind draw for a player without a partner.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round*

* If one member of the 2-man team picks up before completing the hole because their partner has a better score, the player who picked up must record a reasonable estimate of the score they would have recorded had they completed the hole.  See USGA handicap manual section 4-1.

6/9 Nassau Low Net

This can be either a Gross or Net event with a small twist. Payouts for this event will be for Low Net/Gross score on the front nine holes, Low Net/Gross score on the back nine holes and Low Net/Gross total score for the round. Handicap is based on your 18 hole COURSE handicap. 9-hole net scores are based on half the 18 hole handicap. If you have an odd number for handicap, you will receive one more stroke on the front 9. (i.e. a 7 handicap for 18 holes would receive 4 strokes on the front and 3 strokes on the back).

Typically 2 places are paid for each side and 2 places for total.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for all holes
6/16 Pick Your Pro

Pick Your Pro

This is a Net event with a theme relating to a Major Championship in the world of golf. When you arrive to play this event, you will pick a PGA pro who is competing in the major championship that week.

Payouts for this event will be based on your net score for the day’s event, plus, the first round score (for Wed 9 & 18) or third round score (for Sat) of the pro you picked for the Major Championship. Wed 9 players will take half of the score of the pro they pick. Round down in the case of a half stroke (i.e. 71 would be 35).

Be sure to pick your Pro and pay the premium (certain PGA pros will require you to pay an extra fee) if required. See the list of the premium pros and their cost in the golf shop.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round
6/23 Combination Tournament

*Open to all Men’s Club Members

*$20 Team entry fee

*27 holes

Combination Tournament

The combination tournament is open to all Men’s Club members including Tier I members and regular league players.

It is a one day, 27 hole, two man team event (pick your own partner). The maximum course handicap difference between the two team members may not differ by more than 10 strokes. Any team with a higher handicap difference will be adjusted. There is an additional entry fee for this event which should be paid in the golf shop.

The event is flighted and limited to 30 teams.

FORMAT
Each 9 hole course is played using a different format as follows.  Event Chair will determine which holes for each format:

Scramble: Both players hit a tee shot, pick the best one and both players hit the next shot from that point.  Repeat until the ball is in the hole.  Do not tap in putts before your partner has played, once the ball is in the hole, that is the score for the team. Both balls may be placed within one club length of the original spot through the green and within 6 inches when on the green, no nearer the hole and it cannot be moved out of a bunker or a hazard. Both shots must be played from the same cut of grass where the original ball lay.  Record the team gross score for each hole.  There are no restrictions on the number of shots used by each player.

Best Ball: 2 Man net best ball. Handicap allowance using 90% of course handicap (USGA handicap System Sec 9.4). Both players play the ball as it lies.  Both players’ gross scores should be recorded on the scorecard.

Alternate Shot (traditional): Prior to the start of this nine, each team must chose who will hit the tee shot on the even holes and who will hit the tee shot on the odd holes (yes, one player will hit an extra tee shot – include that in your strategy); play alternately after the tee shot. The ball used must also be used to hole out. No changing balls on the green. Always play the ball as it lies – no “preferred lies”, no “winter rules”.  Record the team gross scores on the scorecard.

Handicap Calculation:  Scramble – the handicap is 40% of lower handicap players 9-hole handicap + 10% of higher handicap players 9-hole handicap.  Take percentages, then add them together, then round up if result has a .5 or higher.  Round down if .4 or lower.   Best Ball – each player gets his strokes where they lie based on their 9-hole handicap for that nine (see calculation for 9 hole handicap).  Alternate Shot – the average of each players 9-hole handicap.  See Wed 9 Information Page for the 9-hole handicap calculation.

PACE OF PLAY – Since we are playing 27 holes it is imperative that you keep pace with the group ahead of you.

The day will be long enough; we do not need slow play. Consider this your first warning. Any group more than one hole behind will be penalized.

PAYOFF
Payoff’s for each flight on each nine hole score as well as the 27 hole score. Approximately 6- 9 teams per flight, depending on total participation, (based on team handicap index).

6/30 Stableford Points

This is an individual event in which points are awarded for various scores made on each hole in relation to par. Points are assigned as follows based on your NET score for that hole:

Double Eagle: 8 pts

Eagle: 5 pts

Birdie: 2 pts

Par: 0 pts

Bogey: -1 pt

Double Bogey or worse: -3 pts

Players should record both their actual score and their Stableford points on each hole. The net score for a hole is determined by subtracting any strokes that the player receives (based on course handicap) from the players actual score.

Players get a stroke on every hole with a handicap number equal to or below their course handicap. If the player’s course handicap is greater than 18, the player receives one stroke on every hole, plus an additional stroke on every hole that has a handicap number equal to or great than the players course handicap minus 18.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • All Players Local Numbers
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round
  • Individual Stableford points for all players for the entire round
7/7 Low Net - Pick your tee

*Red, Gold, White, Blue

This is a low net event where you pick which tees you will play from at the beginning of the round – it does not have to be the same as your playing partners. If you choose the white tees your handicap for the round will be your white tee COURSE handicap for the course combination being played. If you choose other than white tees, use the following table to determine your handicap for the event.

FOR AN 18-HOLE EVENT:
If you choose to play the white tees that will be your handicap for the day.
If you choose to play the blue tees you will receive 2 ADDITIONAL strokes on your white tee hdcp.
If you choose to play the yellow tees you will receive 2 LESS strokes off your white tee hdcp.
If you choose to play the red tees you will receive 3 LESS strokes off your white tee hdcp and YOUR SCORE CANNOT BE POSTED FOR HANDICAP PURPOSES.

FOR A 9-HOLE EVENT:
If you choose to play the white tees that will be your handicap for the day.
If you choose to play the blue tees you will receive 1 ADDITIONAL strokes.
If you choose to play the yellow tees you will receive 1 LESS strokes
If you choose to play the red tees you will receive 2 LESS strokes.

NOTE: If you choose RED tees, your score WILL NOT be posted for handicap purposes as Fox Hollow does not have a rating and slope for men from red tees.

Sign up for which tee you are playing in the pro shop before your round.

Event will be flighted by players Handicap Index but net scores within the flights will be determined by the above handicap calculation.

Please clearly indicate on the card which tee was used for each player.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for all 18 holes
  • Tee box choice for each player
7/14 2-Man Best Ball

*Pick your own partner

In this event, 2 players compete as a team. Both players play their own ball on each hole.  The lowest net score of the 2 players is recorded as the team score for each hole.  The net score for a hole is determined by subtracting any strokes that the player receives (based on handicap allowance) from the players actual score.

Players get a stroke on every hole with a handicap number equal to or below their course handicap. If the player’s course handicap is greater than 18, the player receives one stroke on every hole, plus an additional stroke on every hole that has a handicap number equal to or great than the players course handicap minus 18.

Handicap allowance is calculated by taking 90% of of the course handicap. If team members have a USGA handicap difference of more than eight strokes, then 80% of course handicaps are to be used.  USGA handicap manual Sec 9-4(b)(ii).

NOTE: There will be no blind draw for a player without a designated partner.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round*

*If one member of the 2-man team picks up before completing the hole because their partner has a better score, the player who picked up must record a reasonable estimate of the score they would have recorded had they completed the hole.  See USGA handicap manual section 4-1.

7/21 4-Man Whose Ball Counts

In this event, 4 players compete as a team.  All players play their own ball on each hole.  Each player on the team is assigned some holes on the course, either by a color or by designation before the start of the round.  The team score on each hole is determined by adding the net score of the designated person + the best net score from the other 3 players.  On holes where there is no player assigned, count the 2 lowest net scores for the team from all 4 players.

Players get a stroke on every hole with a handicap number equal to or below their course handicap. If the player’s course handicap is greater than 18, the player receives one stroke on every hole, plus an additional stroke on every hole that has a handicap number equal to or great than the players course handicap minus 18.

Handicap Allowance is calculated by taking 90% of the course handicap for each player per USGA handicap manual Sec 9-4(b)(ii).

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for the entire round*

*Per USGA Rules: If any members of the 4-man team picks up before completing the hole because their partners have better scores, the player who picked up must record a reasonable estimate of the score they would have recorded had they completed the hole. See USGA handicap manual section 4-1

7/27-28 2nd Annual Member Guest Tournament

*2 day (Fri-Sat) Event- Open to all men’s club players +1 guest.

Look for flyers in clubhouse for rules and formats

8/4 Nassau Low Net

This can be either a Gross or Net event with a small twist. Payouts for this event will be for Low Net/Gross score on the front nine holes, Low Net/Gross score on the back nine holes and Low Net/Gross total score for the round. Handicap is based on your 18 hole COURSE handicap. 9-hole net scores are based on half the 18 hole handicap. If you have an odd number for handicap, you will receive one more stroke on the front 9. (i.e. a 7 handicap for 18 holes would receive 4 strokes on the front and 3 strokes on the back).

Typically 2 places are paid for each side and 2 places for total.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for all holes
8/11 Quota Points - Blue Tees

*Blue tees

In this event, the players accumulate points based on the GROSS scores they make on each hole. Players are attempting to reach a predefined “QUOTA” number of points which is based on their handicap.

Each player’s QUOTA is 37 minus their 18 hole COURSE handicap (i.e. if your handicap is 15, your quota is 22). For 9-Hole League members, the QUOTA is 19 minus their 9 hole COURSE handicap.

Points awarded for the GROSS score on each hole are as follows:

Double Eagle: 16 pts

Eagle: 8pts

Birdie: 4pts

Par: 2 pts

Bogey: 1 pt

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for the entire round
  • Individual Quota points on each hole for the entire round
  • Indicate each player who achieved their quota
8/18 Low Gross

*Blue Tees

Players are put into flights based on handicap. At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players
8/25-26 Club Championship

*Open to all Men’s Club Members

*No entry fee

The Club Championship is a 36 hole, individual stroke play event open to ALL FOX HOLLOW MEN’S CLUB MEMBERS INCLUDING TIER I PLAYERS AND ALL 3 LEAGUES Wed 18, Wed 9, and Sat. There is no separate entry fee for this event (patron card members must pay green fees).

FORMAT NOTES:
– All players will be assigned to a flight based on USGA handicap index.

– The player with the LOWEST GROSS score from the grouping of the lower flights, regardless of which flight he is playing in, will be declared the Club Champion.

– Players may ask to be moved from the higher flight grouping to the lower flight grouping if they wish to compete for the Club Champion title. Their handicap will be adjusted to match the flight they are moved to.

– The Club Champion will receive a separate payout and their scores will not count in their flight.

– Winners of each flight will be determined by the NET scores of the players.

– Club Champion, and all flight winners automatically qualify for the Fox Cup Championship.

– This event is considered one of our “Major” events and the scores will be entered into the GHIN Handicapping system as a “T” (tournament) score.

9/1 Holiday - Unofficial skins game

*Unofficial event – shop games

9/8 - 9 Senior Club Championship / Low Net on Sat. (Last event to earn Fox Points)

*Senior CC Open to all Men’s Club members age 55 and over as the September 8, 2018

*Low Net on Saturday for everyone including Seniors

The Senior Club Championship is a 36 hole, individual stroke play event open to ALL FOX HOLLOW MEN’S CLUB MEMBERS INCLUDING TIER I PLAYERS AND ALL 3 LEAGUES Wed 18, Wed 9, and Sat WHO ARE 55 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER BY THE START DATE OF THE EVENT.

There may be an entry fee for this event

FORMAT NOTES:
– All players will be assigned to a flight based on USGA handicap index.

– The player with the LOWEST GROSS score for the event regardless of which flight he is playing in, will be declared the Senior Club Champion.

– The Senior Club Champion will receive a separate payout and their scores will not count in their flight.

– Winners of each flight will be determined by the NET scores of the players.

– Senior Club Champion, and all flight winners automatically qualify for the Fox Cup Championship.

– This event is considered one of our “Major” events and the scores will be entered into the GHIN Handicapping system as a “T” (tournament) score. http://www.usga.org/Rule-Books/Handicap-System-Manual/Rule-02/nn1

Low Net

Your Low Net score is your total actual (gross) score minus your COURSE handicap for the tees and course combination being played. Handicap allowance is 100% of course handicap.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players
9/15 Red White and Blue Tees

*6-6-6- players choice

This is a low net event where you will play 6 holes from Red tees, 6 holes from White tees, and 6 holes from Blue tees…..with a twist.  Each player gets to choose which holes are played from Red tees, which holes are played from White and which are played from Blue.  The players choices do NOT have to be the same as other players in the group.  The only requirement is that each player plays 6 holes from each tee color.

You will be playing with your White tee handicap for net scores.

Mark which tee is played for each hole on the scorecard.  Cards that do not mark the tee used on each hole will be disqualified.

Event will be flighted by players Handicap Index.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players for all 18 holes
  • Tee played on each hole
9/22 Fox Cup Championship

*Open to all Men’s Club Players who have qualified

The Fox Hollow Men’s Club Fox Cup Championship is an event for members who have qualified during the season. The qualifying requirements are based on a season-long points competition. Points are awarded for high finishes in events throughout the season.  The points allocation for each event is determined by the league chairmen. See the league schedule pages for details.

At the end of the season, the highest points winners in each league will qualify for this event. The number of qualifiers from each league is determined by taking a percentage based on the number of players in each league matched against the total players in the men’s club. If a player qualifies in more than one league, it just means they are qualified, no other compensations or player standings adjustments will be made.

Additionally, the winners of flights in the Combination Tournament and the Club Championship will earn a spot in this event.

A tee time sign up sheet will be posted on the club bulletin board following the final qualifying event. Sign up for your own tee time on the Men’s Club bulletin board no later than 1 week prior to this event.

On the day of the event, all Fox Cup Championship (FCC) Qualifiers will play 18 holes of stroke play. Approximately 15 players will qualify for the FCC Shootout which will take place immediately following the completion of all qualifying rounds (i.e. same day).

The event chairs will determine how many gross and how many net qualifiers move on to the shootout.

The Shootout is an elimination event. All players start out playing the first hole. The players with the highest score(s) on each hole will be eliminated. This continues until only one player is left – he will be the winner. The event will be net with strokes falling on the holes as if this were the front 9 of an 18 hole event. The number of players eliminated on the first hole depends on the number of qualifiers. After the first hole, 2 players per hole will be eliminated. If there are ties for the high score, elimination will be determined by a chip-off. In the chip-off, the player(s) farthest from the hole are eliminated.

Information about the time and location of the shootout will be given prior to the 18-hole qualifying round on the day of the event.

– This event is considered one of our “Major” events and the scores will be entered into the GHIN Handicapping system as a “T” (tournament) score.

9/29-30 Ryder Cup (New Event)
Fox Hollow’s own RYDER CUP!
Team Crow vs Team Fox
FORMAT
– First 24 men’s club players to sign up are IN – can be Saturday or Wednesday players.
– Entry fee and payouts to be determined.
– 18 holes on Saturday and Sunday morning.
– Each day with be 9 holes of two-man best ball match, and 9 hole individual match play
– Type of play:  Both best ball and individual matches will use NET scores with same % of handicap as used during classic and match play tournaments.
– 18 points available per day (6 for 2-man BB, 12 for individual match play).  36 points total.  18.5 points wins the Cup and the cash.
TEAM FORMATION
– 2 Captains will be chosen from the 24 entrants. (Anyone wishing to be a captain can volunteer OR we will pull 2 names from a hat).
– The 2 Captains will hold a draft during the Fox Cup Championship weekend at Fox Hollow to disperse the remaining 22 players onto the two teams, Team Crow and Team Fox.
– Draft order:  Crow, Fox, Fox, Crow, Fox, Crow, Fox, ..etc. Who goes first is determined by coin flip.
– Saturday pairings will also be decided by the team Captains as well at this time.
DETAIL FOR DETERMINGING SATURDAY PAIRINGS
– Coin flip for who goes first…  assume for this example Fox wins coin flip and decides to go first…
– Team Fox puts together their first 2 man tandem.  Then Team Crow chooses a 2 man tandem to go against Foxes team.  Now team Crow does the same thing, with Team Fox choosing their 2 man tandem to match up against them.  Continue doing this til all groups are full.
– That gives us the 4-person groups for the day.
– Next the captains will decide who plays each other for individual matches within each foursome.  Group 1 and 3: Team Crow gets to pick opponents.  Group 2 and 4:  Team Fox gets to pick opponents.
– After Saturday round is complete, the same method is done to determine Sunday pairings, except the team that is behind will win the initial coin flip and get to decide if they go 1st or 2nd.
10/6 1-Man 2-ball scramble

Low Net Scoring.  Each player may try each shot up to 2 times and may take the best shot of the two as their stroke.  Both shots may be taken from within 1 club length no nearer the hole staying in the same type of lie through the green.  ie. If the original ball lay in the rough, both shots must be taken from the rough.  If the original ball was in a bunker, both shots must be take from the bunker, etc. On the green, both shots may be taken from within 6 inches of the original lie no nearer the hole.

Event handicap will be 1/2 of course handicap with .5 rounding up.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players
10/13 4-Club Event

*Must play with just 4 clubs

All players must not bring more than 4 clubs with them.  Putter DOES count as one of the clubs.  A Low Net event – score is your total actual (gross) score minus your COURSE handicap for the tees and course combination being played.  Handicap allowance is 100% of course handicap.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players
10/20 Skins and Nearies - Unofficial Event (Additional entry fee)

 

Unofficial Skins and Nearies games.  Entry fee required.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players
10/27 Skins and Nearies -Unofficial Event (Additional entry fee)

 

Unofficial Skins and Nearies games.  Entry fee required.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players

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