2019 Wednesday 9-Hole League

Wednesday 9-Hole General League Information

Flights for events will be assigned as follows:
Individual Events will have approximately 15 players per flight determined by USGA hdcp index. Team Events including 2 man team events will have approximately 15 teams per flight determined by the combined USGA handicap of the team members.  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.

Money Payouts for Regular events as follows:
The league chair has determined the amount of money each event will pay out.  All regular event payouts will be in gift certificate money (chits) in the golf shop.  The total payout for the event will be split evenly over each flight.  Within the flights of most events, the payout will be 50% for first, 30% for second and 20% for third.  Exceptions are listed below.
Quota Points: Chit payouts will award the top 3 players over their quota from a bonus pool. The bonus pool will be 35% of the full event payout. The bonus will be awarded 50%, 30%, 20% to the top 3.  All players (including bonus winners) will split the remaining money evenly.
Match Play:  Chits will be awarded to players finishing 1st, 2nd and Consolation 1st.  Access the bracket from the league schedule page on this web site for details.

Fox Cup Championship (FCC) Qualification points will be awarded for top 3 finishes within flights.  For individual events, 25 for first, 15 for second, 10 for third.  For 2 man events 50 points for first 30 points for second, 20 points for third.  For 4 man events 100 for first, 60 for second, 40 for third.  Players in team events will split the points given for the place won. Exceptions to this are shown below.
Quota Points Event: 5 FCC points will be awarded to players equaling or exceeding their quota.  The top 5 players scoring the most over their quota in the order 1st to 5th will receive the following bonus points: 25,20,15,10 5.
Match Play:  FCC points will be awarded to the winners in each round.  Access the bracket from the league schedule page on this web site for details.
Progressive and Giants skins games:  If they are an official event, FCC points will be awarded based on low net scores within flights and NOT on the number or amount of skins won.

Calculating your 9-Hole handicap
The USGA method for calculating a course handicap for a 9 hole event – and the method we use – is as follows:  Take your handicap index and multiply by the slope for the 9-hole course you are playing (see those slopes listed below).  Divide that number by 113 and divide that result by 2.  Round the result up if .5 or higher, round down if under .5.    If you’re handicap index is a 6.0 and you are playing the Front 9 from the white tees the calculation would be 6.0 x 125 = 750.  Divide by 113 = 6.6371.  Divide by 2 = 3.318.  So your handicap for the event would by 3.

Fox Hollow Slope Ratings
Course/Tee Slope
Front White tees 125
Back White tees 135
Front Blue tees 130
Back Blue tees 141
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2019 Wednesday 9-Hole Events Schedule

4/17 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
4/24 Quota Pts

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 or less 16 Pts
Eagle 8 Pts
Birdie 4 Pts
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
  • Blue Tees
  • This year 2 flights
5/1 Throw Out

A regular NET scoring event with one exception.  For 9-hole events the 2 highest GROSS scores in relation to par on your scorecard will be thrown out.  For 18-hole events, the 4 highest GROSS scores in relation to par on your scorecard will be thrown out.  The remaining 7 or 14 holes will be totaled and the assigned handicap will be subtracted from the gross score.

Handicap assignment :  Event handicap will be 78% of course handicap – rounded (up for .5 or more) to the nearest whole number.

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
5/8 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: There will be no blind draw for a player without a partner but we may pair you with a another player who does not have a partner.

How do I know what holes I get strokes on? 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).

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.

  • Pick Your Partner
5/15 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 Pt

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.

How do I know what holes I get strokes on?

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
5/22 Match Play Round 1

All players who sign up are guaranteed 2 matches. Winners of the first match will go to the right side of the bracket and continue to compete to be flight champion. Losers of the first match will move to the left side of the bracket and compete for the consolation title. ALL players who lose AFTER the first match are eliminated from Match Play.

For the match, the higher handicap player will receive the number of strokes that is the difference between the 2 players’ course handicaps.  Your 9-hole handicaps for your appropriate tee (white or blue) will be located at the pro-shop desk when you check-in and also with the starter before you tee off.  Be sure and use this most recent and appropriate 9-hole handicap for you match.

Example:  If Player A is a 6 handicap (for 9 holes) and Player B is a 4 handicap (for 9 holes), then Player A would receive 2 strokes from Player B on the two most difficult holes (using the scorecard rating) for their match.

The match is won by the player who is leading by a number of holes greater than the number of holes remaining to be played.

If the match if tied after 9 holes, then the two players can decide whether or not to extend their match by playing sudden death extra holes (with handicaps) or a chip-off to be officiated by the pro-shop

The winning player should please enter the result on the bulletin board after play and turn in their scorecard to the pro-shop.

Calculating your 9-Hole handicap
The USGA method for calculating a course handicap for a 9 hole event – and the method we use – is as follows:  Take your handicap index and multiply by the slope for the 9-hole course you are playing (see those slopes listed below).  Divide that number by 113 and divide that result by 2.  Round the result up if .5 or higher, round down if under .5.    If you’re handicap index is a 6.0 and you are playing the Front 9 from the white tees the calculation would be 6.0 x 125 = 750.  Divide by 113 = 6.6371.  Divide by 2 = 3.318.  So your handicap for the event would by 3.

Fox Hollow Slope Ratings
Course/Tee Slope
Front White tees 124
Back White tees 128
Front Blue tees 127
Back Blue tees 133
  • Must Sign Up in Advance
  • $10 Entry Fee
  • No Alternate Event
5/29 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

 

6/5 4-Man Count 2

In this event, 4 players compete as a team.  All players play their own ball on each hole. The 2 lowest net scores (or the 3 lowest depending on the event) of the 4 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.

How do I know what holes I get strokes on?

Handicap Allowance is calculated by taking 90% of the course handicap 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*

* 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

  • Pick Your Own Team
6/12 Yellow Tee Challenge

This is a low net event where all players will play from the yellow tees.

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
  • All Players play Yellow Tees
6/19 Match Play Round 2

All players who sign up are guaranteed 2 matches. Winners of the first match will go to the right side of the bracket and continue to compete to be flight champion. Losers of the first match will move to the left side of the bracket and compete for the consolation title. ALL players who lose AFTER the first match are eliminated from Match Play.

For the match, the higher handicap player will receive the number of strokes that is the difference between the 2 players’ course handicaps.  Your 9-hole handicaps for your appropriate tee (white or blue) will be located at the pro-shop desk when you check-in and also with the starter before you tee off.  Be sure and use this most recent and appropriate 9-hole handicap for you match.

Example:  If Player A is a 6 handicap (for 9 holes) and Player B is a 4 handicap (for 9 holes), then Player A would receive 2 strokes from Player B on the two most difficult holes (using the scorecard rating) for their match.

The match is won by the player who is leading by a number of holes greater than the number of holes remaining to be played.

If the match if tied after 9 holes, then the two players can decide whether or not to extend their match by playing sudden death extra holes (with handicaps) or a chip-off to be officiated by the pro-shop

The winning player should please enter the result on the bulletin board after play and turn in their scorecard to the pro-shop.

Calculating your 9-Hole handicap
The USGA method for calculating a course handicap for a 9 hole event – and the method we use – is as follows:  Take your handicap index and multiply by the slope for the 9-hole course you are playing (see those slopes listed below).  Divide that number by 113 and divide that result by 2.  Round the result up if .5 or higher, round down if under .5.    If you’re handicap index is a 6.0 and you are playing the Front 9 from the white tees the calculation would be 6.0 x 125 = 750.  Divide by 113 = 6.6371.  Divide by 2 = 3.318.  So your handicap for the event would by 3.

Fox Hollow Slope Ratings
Course/Tee Slope
Front White tees 124
Back White tees 128
Front Blue tees 127
Back Blue tees 133
  • Winner and Loser bracket Matches
  • No Alternate Event
6/22 Combination Tournament

Combination Tournament

*$20 Team entry feeThe 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).
  • 27 Holes
  • Open to all Men’s Club Members
  • $20 Entry Fee per Team
6/26 Throw Out

A regular NET scoring event with one exception.  For 9-hole events the 2 highest GROSS scores in relation to par on your scorecard will be thrown out.  For 18-hole events, the 4 highest GROSS scores in relation to par on your scorecard will be thrown out.  The remaining 7 or 14 holes will be totaled and the assigned handicap will be subtracted from the gross score.

Handicap assignment :  Event handicap will be 78% of course handicap – rounded (up for .5 or more) to the nearest whole number.

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
7/3 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
  • Blue Tees
7/10 Match Play Round 3 / Low Net

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

Match Play

All players who sign up are guaranteed 2 matches. Winners of the first match will go to the right side of the bracket and continue to compete to be flight champion. Losers of the first match will move to the left side of the bracket and compete for the consolation title. ALL players who lose AFTER the first match are eliminated from Match Play.

For the match, the higher handicap player will receive the number of strokes that is the difference between the 2 players’ course handicaps.  Your 9-hole handicaps for your appropriate tee (white or blue) will be located at the pro-shop desk when you check-in and also with the starter before you tee off.  Be sure and use this most recent and appropriate 9-hole handicap for you match.

Example:  If Player A is a 6 handicap (for 9 holes) and Player B is a 4 handicap (for 9 holes), then Player A would receive 2 strokes from Player B on the two most difficult holes (using the scorecard rating) for their match.

The match is won by the player who is leading by a number of holes greater than the number of holes remaining to be played.

If the match if tied after 9 holes, then the two players can decide whether or not to extend their match by playing sudden death extra holes (with handicaps) or a chip-off to be officiated by the pro-shop

The winning player should please enter the result on the bulletin board after play and turn in their scorecard to the pro-shop.

Calculating your 9-Hole handicap
The USGA method for calculating a course handicap for a 9 hole event – and the method we use – is as follows:  Take your handicap index and multiply by the slope for the 9-hole course you are playing (see those slopes listed below).  Divide that number by 113 and divide that result by 2.  Round the result up if .5 or higher, round down if under .5.    If you’re handicap index is a 6.0 and you are playing the Front 9 from the white tees the calculation would be 6.0 x 125 = 750.  Divide by 113 = 6.6371.  Divide by 2 = 3.318.  So your handicap for the event would by 3.

Fox Hollow Slope Ratings
Course/Tee Slope
Front White tees 124
Back White tees 128
Front Blue tees 127
Back Blue tees 133
  • Low Net only for players not in, or previously eliminated from Match Play
7/17 Quota Pts

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 or less 16 Pts
Eagle 8 Pts
Birdie 4 Pts
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
  • Blue Tees
  • This year 2 flights
7/24 2-Man Combo

2-Man 9 Hole Combo

In this event, 2 players compete as a team. The 9 hole round is divided into (3) 3 hole events:

Holes 1-3 will be 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. 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 scratch score for each hole.

Holes 4-6 will be BEST BALL. Both players play their own balls through the hole and the best score is used for the team score. Record both players scratch scores on each hole.

Holes 7-9 will be ALTERNATE SHOT. Your team must decide which player A or B will tee off on the odd holes and which player will tee off on the even holes. There will only be one tee ball per team on each hole. After the drive, players will alternate hitting the ball until it is holed out. Record the team scratch score for each hole.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • All Players Local Numbers (please look this up to double check it)
  • Your actual team score for the scramble and alternate shot portions, and both players scores for the best ball portion.
  • Pick Your Own Partner
7/26-27 Member Guest Tournament

Open to all Men’s Club members + one guest

  • Open to all Men’s Club members + one guest

7/31 Stableford Pts

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 Pt

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.

How do I know what holes I get strokes on?

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
8/7 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: There will be no blind draw for a player without a partner but we may pair you with a another player who does not have a partner.

How do I know what holes I get strokes on? 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).

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.

  • Pick Your Own Partner
8/14 Match Play Round 4 / Throw Out

Throw Out Event

A regular NET scoring event with one exception.  For 9-hole events the 2 highest GROSS scores in relation to par on your scorecard will be thrown out.  For 18-hole events, the 4 highest GROSS scores in relation to par on your scorecard will be thrown out.  The remaining 7 or 14 holes will be totaled and the assigned handicap will be subtracted from the gross score.Handicap assignment :  Event handicap will be 78% of course handicap – rounded (up for .5 or more) to the nearest whole number.

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

Match Play

All players who sign up are guaranteed 2 matches. Winners of the first match will go to the right side of the bracket and continue to compete to be flight champion. Losers of the first match will move to the left side of the bracket and compete for the consolation title. ALL players who lose AFTER the first match are eliminated from Match Play.

For the match, the higher handicap player will receive the number of strokes that is the difference between the 2 players’ course handicaps.  Your 9-hole handicaps for your appropriate tee (white or blue) will be located at the pro-shop desk when you check-in and also with the starter before you tee off.  Be sure and use this most recent and appropriate 9-hole handicap for you match.

Example:  If Player A is a 6 handicap (for 9 holes) and Player B is a 4 handicap (for 9 holes), then Player A would receive 2 strokes from Player B on the two most difficult holes (using the scorecard rating) for their match.

The match is won by the player who is leading by a number of holes greater than the number of holes remaining to be played.

If the match if tied after 9 holes, then the two players can decide whether or not to extend their match by playing sudden death extra holes (with handicaps) or a chip-off to be officiated by the pro-shop

The winning player should please enter the result on the bulletin board after play and turn in their scorecard to the pro-shop.

Calculating your 9-Hole handicap
The USGA method for calculating a course handicap for a 9 hole event – and the method we use – is as follows:  Take your handicap index and multiply by the slope for the 9-hole course you are playing (see those slopes listed below).  Divide that number by 113 and divide that result by 2.  Round the result up if .5 or higher, round down if under .5.    If you’re handicap index is a 6.0 and you are playing the Front 9 from the white tees the calculation would be 6.0 x 125 = 750.  Divide by 113 = 6.6371.  Divide by 2 = 3.318.  So your handicap for the event would by 3.

Fox Hollow Slope Ratings
Course/Tee Slope
Front White tees 124
Back White tees 128
Front Blue tees 127
Back Blue tees 133
  • Throw Out only for players not in, or previously eliminated from Match Play
8/21 9-Hole Shootout / 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
  • Shootout for top 14 Fox Cup points players
8/24-25 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 flights.
– 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.

  • Open to all Men’s Club Members
  • No Entry Fee
8/28 Hole By Hole and Low Gross

EVERY hole will have some type of skill based contest.  Longest putt, closest to the pin in two, etc… 

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
  • New Event
  • $10 entry fee for Hole-by-Hole
9/4 Quota Points

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 or less 16 Pts
Eagle 8 Pts
Birdie 4 Pts
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
  • Blue Tees
  • This year 2 flights
  • Last day to earn Fox Cup points
9/7-8 Senior Club Championship

Open to all Men’s Club Members age 55 and over as of 1st day of event

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.

  • Open to all members Age 55 and over
  • $10 Entry Fee
  • Non Sat members may also compete in reg Sat event for addnl $10
9/11 Progressive Skins

$5.00 Entry fee required

A regular skins game except each hole is worth a certain amount of money if a skins is made.  Skins increase in value as the round progresses. If no one wins a skin on the first hole, the hole money carries over until a skin is won. If the skins carry over to the 18th hole, the player(s) who win/ push the final hole will split the total skins purse.

At a minimum, score cards should contain:

  • All Players Full names
  •  All Players Local Handicap Numbers
  •  Individual gross hole scores for all players for all 18 holes (9 holes for Wed 9)
  • $5 Entry Fee
  • Payout in Chits
9/18 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
9/21 Fox Cup Championship
*Open to all Men’s Club Players who have qualifiedThe 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.
  • Open to all Men’s Club Members who have qualified
9/25 3-Club Event
Low Net event with one twist – Players may only take 3 clubs for their round. Putter does count as a club.

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