2021 Saturday 18 League

Saturday 18 General League Information (click here)

Flights for events will be assigned as follows:
Flighted events will have 1 flight if the number of players or teams is 18 or less. 2 flights if the number of players or teams is 19-36. 3 flights if 37-54.  4 flights if 55 thru 72.  5 flights if 73 thru 90.  6 flights if above 90.  Progressive Skins will have 2 flights – net skins and gross skins.  Flight size may vary slightly due to handicap ties or an irregular number of players in a flight.  League chair may modify this to accommodate unusual circumstances. 

Money Payouts for Regular events as follows:
The league chair has determined the amount of money each event will pay out.  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 events, the payout will be 50% for first, 30% for second and 20% for third except for Quota Points which will pay every player who EXCEEDS (not equals) their quota.  Match play events will award chit payouts to the winners of each regular round (excluding “play in” rounds).  The league chair may modify this to accommodate unusual circumstances.  

Fox Cup Championship (FCC) Qualification points
FCC points will be awarded at 50 points per flight for individual events, 100 points per flight for 2-man events and 200 points per flight for 4-man team events.  Within flights, the points will be awarded at 50% for first, 30% for second, and 20% for third except for Quota Points events which will award FCC points to all players who EXCEED (not equal) their quota. Match play events will award chit payouts to the winners of each regular round (excluding “play in” rounds).  The league chair may modify this to accommodate unusual circumstances.  

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.

Classic Match Play Event Description

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 may require an additional entry fee per team payable in the golf shop.

HANDICAP ALLOWANCES
Handicap allowance FOR THE QUALIFYING ROUND is calculated by taking 90% of the course handicap for the course and tees 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.

Handicap allowance FOR THE MATCHES is calculated based on the USGA Handicap systems 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.

SETTLING TIES
The method to settle ties in stroke play qualifying is based on USGA Handicap 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 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 has not been completed by the deadline date, the match will take place on the deadline date.  If only one player shows up for that match, he will be declared the winner.  If neither player shows up, both will forfeit. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS.

The winning player is responsible for marking the bracket on the bulletin board and sending an email to mensclub@foxhollowgolf.net with the result.

Individual Match Play Event Description

EVENT DESCRIPTION
An individual match play tournament conducted throughout the season. The size of the bracket (number of players) will be determined by League Chairmen.

EVENT ENTRY FEES
This event requires an additional entry fee payable in the golf shop.

HANDICAP ALLOWANCES
Handicap allowance FOR THE MATCHES is calculated based on the USGA Handicap systems 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.

SETTLING TIES
The method to settle ties in stroke play seeding is based on USGA Handicap 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 has not been completed by the deadline date, the match will take place on the deadline date.  If only one player shows up for that match, he will be declared the winner.  If neither player shows up, both will forfeit.  THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS.

The winning player is responsible for marking the bracket on the bulletin board and sending an email to mensclub@foxhollowgolf.net with the result.

2021 Saturday 18 Events Schedule

4/17 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.

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

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players

* Per USGA regulations, 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.

  • White Tees
4/24 2-Man Best Ball / Classic Seeding

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.

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.

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players

* Per USGA regulations, 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.

  • White Tees
  • Pick Your Own Partner
  • Drawn Tee Times
  • $20 Per Team for Classic
5/1 Nassau Low Net / Ind Match Play Seeding

This is a Net event with a small twist. Payouts for this event will be for Low Net score on the front nine holes, Low Net score on the back nine holes and Low Net 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).

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players

 

  • White Tees
  • $10 Entry Fee for Match Play
5/8 2-Man Best Ball Nassau

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.

Prize money will be paid separately for Front 9 scores, Back 9 scores and Total scores

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.

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players

* Per USGA regulations, 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.

  • White Tees
  • Pick Your Partner
5/15 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 36 minus their 18 Hole COURSE handicap (i.e. if your handicap is 15, your quota is 21).   For 9-Hole League members, divide the quota in half.

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
  • Blue Tees 
5/22 4-Man 2-3-4 Roller Coaster

4 Man Team Game.
Count 2 net scores on hole 1,
Count 3 net scores on hole 2,
Count 4 net scores on hole 3,
Count 4 net scores on hole 4,
Count 3 net scores on hole 5,
Count 2 net scores on hole 6,
And so on continuing through hole 18.  

In other words, count 2-3-4-4-3-2-2-3-4-4-3-2-2-3-4-4-3-2.

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players
  • White tees
  • Pick Your Own Team
  • Deadline to Complete 1st Round Classic Matches
5/29 No Event - Shop Games Only
  •  Deadline to Complete 1st Round Individual Matches
6/5 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

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players
  • White Tees
6/12 Nassau Low Net

This is a Net event with a small twist. Payouts for this event will be for Low Net score on the front nine holes, Low Net score on the back nine holes and Low Net 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).

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players
  • Blue Tees
  • White Tees
  • 27 Holes
  • Open to all Men’s Club Members
  • No Entry Fee this year
  • 6/20 Deadline to complete 2nd Round Classic matches
  • 6/20 Deadline to Complete 2nd round Individual Matches
6/26 4-Man Count 2 (1+1)

In this team event, each team is made up of two 2-man best ball teams.  All players play their own ball on each hole. The team will record 2 low net scores on every hole with each 2-man best ball team contributing one of those scores. 

For example: Players A and B are 2-Man best ball partners.  Players C and D are best ball partners.  Player A, B, C and D are a team.  On every hole, the low net score from players A and B are one score for the team and the low net score from players C and D are the other score for the team.

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

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • An indication of which players are 2-man best ball teams
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players

* Per USGA regulations, 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.

 

  • White tees
  • Pick your own 2-Man partner
  • Teams will be drawn
7/3 No Event - Shop Games Only
7/10 Pick Your Pro (Open Champ)
This is a Net event with a theme relating to one of the major professional championships. When you arrive to play this event, you will pick a player who is competing in the championship being conducted 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 the 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 players will require you to pay an extra fee) if required. See the list of the premium players and their cost in the golf shop.

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players
  • Blue Tees
  • Extra fee for some pro choices
  • Deadline to Complete 3rd Round Individual Matches
7/17 4-Man Whose Ball Counts

In this event, 4 players compete as a team. 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 assigned 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.

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

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players

* Per USGA regulations, 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.

 

  • White tees
  • Pick Your Own Team
  • Deadline to Complete 3rd Round Classic Matches
7/23-24 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

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

7/31 Nassau Low Net

This is a Net event with a small twist. Payouts for this event will be for Low Net score on the front nine holes, Low Net score on the back nine holes and Low Net 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).

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players
  • White Tees
  • Deadline to Complete 4th Round Individual Matches
8/7 4-Man Train Wreck

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 scores count and for the last 6 holes, all 4 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.

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • 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.

  • White tees
8/14 Progressive Skins

This event is just like the weekly skins except that each hole is worth a designated amount of money awarded to a player who wins the skin on the hole.  The value of the holes increases every 6 holes as the round progresses. If no one wins a skin on a hole, the value of it carries over the next hole and continues until a skin is won. If no skin is won on the last hole, the value of the hole will be awarded in one of two ways.  1) The league chair could split the value evenly among the players who scored the lowest on the hole OR 2) He could use a tie break among the players who scored the lowest on the last hole using those players previous hole scores to determine one winner.

FOR FOX CUP POINTS, 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 MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players
  • White Tees
  • Fox Points assigned by Low Net – Play out every hole!
  • Deadline to Complete 5th Round Individual Matches
8/21 2-Man Best Ball Nassau
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.

Prize money will be paid separately for Front 9 scores, Back 9 scores and Total scores

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.

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players

* Per USGA regulations, 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.

  • Blue Tees
  • Pick Your Partner
  • Deadline to Complete 4th Round Classic Matches
8/28-29 Club Championship
  • Tees depend on flights
  • Open to all Men’s Club Members
  • No Entry Fee
9/4 No Event - Shop Games Only
9/11-12 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.

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • Individual hole by hole gross scores for all players
  • White Tees
  • Open to all members Age 55 and over
  • $10 Entry Fee for Senior CC
  • Sat Members Sat SCC score count for Sat Event
  • Non Sat members may also compete in reg Sat event for addnl $10 Tier I fee
  • Last Event for Fox Cup Points
  • 9/12 Deadline to Complete Classic Matches
  • 9/12 Deadline to Complete Individual Matches
9/18 4-Man Shamble

– Each player tees off, then the team selects the tee shot they would like to play from.  Then all players play their own ball from there into the hole.  REMEMBER, no gimme’s.

– Teams must use a minimum of 2 tee shots from each player

– 80% of course handicap will be used

– SCORES WILL NOT BE POSTED TO GHIN

  • White Tees
  • Pick Your Own Team
9/25 Fox Cup Championship
  • White Tees
  • Open to all Men’s Club Members who have qualified
10/2 Ryder Cup - Unofficial Event
See Jon Erickson if you wish to play this event.
  • Participation by Invitation Only
10/9 4-Man Scramble Count 2 (1+1)

In this team event, each team is made up of two 2-man scramble teams.  Each two man team plays the entire hole in scramble format.  The team will record 2 scramble scores on every hole with one score coming from each of the two man teams.

 

At a minimum, score cards MUST contain:

  • All Players Full Names
  • An indication of which players are 2-man scramble teams
  • Score from each 2-man scramble pairinig

* Per USGA regulations, 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.

  • White Tees
  • Open to all Men’s Club Members
  • No Tier I fee
10/16 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 MUST contain:

  • All Players Full names
  • Individual gross hole scores for all players
  • White Tees
  • Open to all Men’s Club Members
  • No Tier I fee

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