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1 1 Carleton Golf and Yacht Club Golf Events and Competitions Date: April 30, 2012

2 Table of Contents Introduction... 5 RCGA Rules of Golf... 5 Establishing your Handicap... 5 Stroke (or Medal) play vs. Stableford vs. Match Play... 5 Club Events... 6 Club Championship... 6 President s Cup... 8 Intersectional Qualifying... 8 Mixed Match Play Championship... 8 Women s Match Play Match Play Championship... 9 Women s Team (two-lady) Match Play (with Handicap)... 9 Women s Interclub Competition Women s Interclub Qualifying Women s Hart-Wallace Senior Ladies Competition Pro/Lady Qualifier Men s Match Play Match Play Championship Men s Two-Man Match Play (with Handicap) Men s Senior Medal Play Senior Club Championship Mixed Events Mixed Honeypot League Captain and Crew Victoria Day Shotgun (1:30pm) Canada Day Shotgun (1:30pm) Battle of the Sexes Civic Holiday Shotgun (1:30pm) Paul Going Memorial Trophy Labour Day Shotgun (1:30pm) Men s Events Men s League John Cullen Scramble Men s Eclectic Men s St. Ambroise Two-Man Scramble Men s Ryder Cup Quinn Hoffman Lefty/Righty Tournament

3 Ladies Events: Player Development Program Tuesday Ladies League Team Competition Honeypot Ringerboard CLGA/PIN Rounds CLGA Event Chip-ins Eclectic Captain s Cup Business Ladies League Saturday Ladies League Team Competition Ringerboard Honeypot Chip-ins, Birdies Putting Competition Opening Team Scramble The Dot Clark Cup Eclectic Alternate Shot Solheim Cup Iron Woman Senior Men s Program General Information Two-Man Scramble Qualifying and Competing for 2-Man Match Play Trophy Callaway Qualifying and Competing for Match Play Championship Ryder Cup Team Trophy Four Man Team Best Net - Woods Trophy Individual Net Nick Dooh Putting Trophy Carleton Cup Qualifying and Competition

4 Four Man Hidden Partner Four Man Stableford Two Man Hidden Partner Four Man Scramble Senior Closing and Awards Day Individual Net Net Stableford Forward Tees Season Closing Event (weather dependant ) Satellite League Yacht Race Member Guest Junior Golfing Program Junior Club Championship Junior Intersectional Qualifying Parent/Junior Tournament Junior Closing Event

5 Introduction A wide variety of golf events (both fun and competitive) have become fixtures at Carleton. This document provides an overview of the events, along with a description of the format and scoring for each. The document is maintained by the Club Captain and the Playing Committee. RCGA Rules of Golf All golf events at Carleton Golf and Yacht Club are conducted according to the RCGA Rules of Golf, as modified from time to time by Local Rules (which will be clearly posted on the Scorecard and at the Starter s Line). All participants have an obligation to themselves and the field (other participants) to uphold these rules. Rules seminars are hosted by the Club keep an eye on bulletin boards/newsletters for dates. Establishing your Handicap Many events are played off-handicap, meaning your handicap is used to lower your gross score per hole. Carleton maintains a computer-based handicapping system hosted by Golf Canada. It is expected that Carleton members will enter their score for every eligible round played, to ensure that handicap information is complete and accurate. Equitable Stroke Control (ESC) ESC is the downward adjustment of individual hole scores for handicap purposes in order to make Handicap Factors more representative of a player's potential scoring ability. It sets a maximum number that a golfer can post on any hole depending on the player's Course Handicap. The ESC system has changed in 2012 so that a player may take the number of strokes per hole as indicated in the following table. Equitable Stroke Control table: 9 or less course handicap Maximum of 2 strokes over par course handicap Maximum score of course handicap Maximum score of course handicap Maximum score of 9 40 and over course handicap Maximum score of 10 Stroke (or Medal) play vs. Stableford vs. Match Play A very short summary of common scoring methods; all can be played with or without Handicap. Stroke (Medal) play: Total number of strokes required to complete the round. Stableford: Match Play: Scored hole by hole. Bogie 1 point Par 2 points Birdie 3 points Eagle 4 points Double Eagle (Albatross) 5 points Note: You are not required to complete holes if you cannot score that is, if you ve taken more strokes than net bogie you will get a 0 no matter what your stroke count is. Scored hole by hole. The outright winner (least strokes) on a hole wins the hole. The winner of the most holes wins the match. Ties (halves) do not score. Holes may be conceded, meaning it is not necessary to hole-out before proceeding to the next tee. 5

6 Club Events Club Championship A 54-hole stroke play event for men and women, each broken down into flights, A, B, C, and D as shown in the following table: A flight will only be established if there are 4 or more participants for that flight. Handicap Factors Flight Men Women A B C D The man with the lowest gross score is crowned Men s Club Champion and the lady with the lowest gross score is crowned Ladies Club Champion. Champions are also crowned for each of the other flights. The Club Champion must have played in Flight A in the final round. A player from flight B whose 36-hole score would place him or her in the first or second group of Flight A may transfer to Flight A in order to qualify to be Club Champion, but such a player does not qualify to be the Flight B Champion. This event is usually played on the second and third weekends in August. Establishing the Cut There will be a cut for each flight after 36 holes to determine who will continue in the final round. The cut will be 50% plus ties of players with the lowest 36-hole scores, as well as any player whose 36-hole score is within 10 shots of the leader. Playing groups will be established by flight in the final round, seeded in reverse order of their total scores in rounds 1 and 2. Adjustments may be made to the playing groups to facilitate establishment of foursomes, but this will not affect the final playing groups of flights, except where players from two flights may be combined due to small numbers. Players who have made the cut but decide not to participate in the final round will not be replaced. Tee times are set up by the Pro Shop. Senior Ladies and Super Senior Ladies As part of the women s event, the lady with the lowest score who is 50 years old or more is the Ladies Senior Club Champion and is eligible to play in the OVGA Tournament of Champions. The lady with the lowest score who is 60 years old or more is the Ladies Super Senior Club Champion. These individuals will participate in rounds 1 and 2 in their respective flights, A, B, C, or D, and will be subject to the cut rules noted above. In addition to players who make the cut, any of the 4 lowest-scoring ladies in each of the Senior Ladies and Super Senior Ladies categories who did not make the cut may play in the final round. The four lowest scoring ladies may come from any flight. The four lowest-scoring ladies of each category may, but are not required to, play together in a foursome connected to the A flight, regardless of how they would otherwise have been seeded. A player who qualifies but chooses not to play in the Senior or Super Senior foursome will play in the playing group that she would otherwise be entitled to play in.. 6

7 It is important to be clear that a lady could be crowned Club Champion, Senior Club Champion and Super Senior Club Champion based on the results of this event if she is eligible for those categories. Qualification: All golfing members in good standing, including both male and female junior members with an A or B class handicap, are eligible to play in the club championship and any playing restrictions associated with their membership will be waived during all rounds of the championship. Players must sign up by the deadline. Stroke play. Three rounds Players must pick up their event scorecard before teeing off for all rounds. Gross score is entered on scorecard. Scorecards should be exchanged among the foursome, must be signed, attested and handed in to the Pro Shop. Women Yellow tees Men A and B flights Blue tees Men C and D flights White tees Club Championship Unplayable Course Conditions Protocol The canceling or discontinuing of a round due to course conditions will be made by the Club Captain and his designated Championship Committee. Two premises to the protocol are: 1. This event takes place on a weekend (does not carry over into weekday) with a crossover occurring in the first two rounds. 2. All protocol is dependent on the severity of the course conditions, future weather forecasts and the ability of the Superintendent to prepare the course for such protocol. Day 1 If play needs to be stopped and cannot be restarted in a realistic time during the day, the following will be used to determine if rounds will be counted. 1. If all competitors in a flight have finished their round, all scores will count. 2. If no competitors in a flight have completed their 12 th hole, the entire round for that flight will be quashed. 3. If all competitors in a flight have completed their 12 th hole but not all have finished, they will come back on day 2 to complete their round before round 2 is started. Pin and tee placements will be preserved. If this situation occurs, all second round tee times will likely have to be delayed slightly to accommodate maintenance and course set-up needs. Day 2 All the above applies however with the note that the round will continue the next Saturday. Day 3 There is no crossover this day. If competition cannot be completed on this day, no matter how many holes have been completed, the round will be quashed with the exception of the A championship groups. If all A championship groups have completed the 12 th hole, 7

8 players will be asked to come back the next day (Sunday) to complete their round in the morning. Otherwise results will be will revert back to and be based on competitors standing after day 2. President s Cup This is a 36-hole event. The winners are the man and the woman with the best net score through the first two rounds of the Club Championship. Qualification: You must sign up for the Club Championship and play in the first two rounds Stroke play, with handicap. First two rounds of the Club Championship Scorecard from the Club Championship is used to determine best net score over two rounds. Women Yellow tees Men A and B flights Blue Tees Men C and D flights White Tees 100% of the course handicaps apply. Men playing from the blue tees will receive one additional stroke due to the fact that they play a more difficult course as determined by the course ratings. (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-3c). Intersectional Qualifying Women, Men, Senior Women, Senior Men See separate document on the Website entitled Rules for Intersectional Team Qualifying under club Rules and Policies. Mixed Match Play Championship Mixed 2-person teams play better-ball matches (i.e. everyone plays their own ball, with the better score (after handicap) counting for the team). Qualification: A sign up will be posted on the Mixed Events Board There is no maximum number of teams for Mixed Match Play. Match Play (handicaps apply) The ladder is created based on a random draw of entrants Players are responsible for arranging mutually acceptable times for matches. All matches MUST be played by posted date. No Show /Cancellation results in forfeiture of match. Ties are settled in extra holes (starting at No. 1 tee). Sudden death. 100% of course handicaps apply. Women receive two additional strokes because they play a more difficult course as determined by the course rating. (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-3c and 9-4a(iii)) The lowest handicap plays from scratch and other players receive the difference between their course handicap and the lowest player s course handicap (e.g. 14 handicap minus 8

9 12 handicap = 2 strokes to the 14 handicap player, awarded on the Stroke 1 and Stroke 2 holes). Ladies play from Yellow Tees and Men play from White Tees. Women s Match Play Match Play Championship Match Play with handicap. Draws are arranged by handicap flight. The winner of the A flight will be crowned Women s Match Play Champion Qualification: This is a Club event which is open to all ladies You must register before the designated deadline to qualify (signups in locker room) Draws are based on the number of entrants per division Match play. A master draw sheet for each flight will be posted with the date by which each match must be completed. It is the responsibility of the players to arrange their own matches. All matches MUST be played by posted date. No Show /Cancellation will result in forfeiture of match. The winner of each match is responsible for recording the results on the master draw sheet. If a match is tied after the 18 th hole, the competitors have the option of playing sudden death or re-scheduling a 9-hole or 18-hole re-match. This should be decided before the start of the match. Match play with handicap. The competitor with the lower handicap plays off scratch with the second competitor receiving a handicap equal to the differential of the two competitors handicaps. The strokes for the second competitor are applied to the appropriate handicap holes as identified on the scorecard. (e.g. 14 handicap minus 12 handicap = 2 strokes to the 14 handicap player, awarded on the Stroke 1 and Stroke 2 holes as identified on the scorecard). The 12 handicap player plays from scratch. Yellow tees. 100% of course handicaps apply to determine which flight a lady is assigned to and for each match Women s Team (two-lady) Match Play (with Handicap) Women s event to determine the Women s Team Match Play Champion of the Club Qualification: This is a Club event which is open to all ladies You must register before the designated deadline. Sign up as a two-lady team or as individuals who will be teamed up with another member. (sign-ups in locker room) Match play. The format is two-lady better ball with the team s low net score on each hole winning the hole. Players are responsible for arranging mutually acceptable times for matches. All matches MUST be played by posted date. No Show /Cancellation will result in forfeiture of match. If a match is tied after the 18 th hole, the competitors have the option of playing sudden death or re-scheduling a 9-hole or 18-hole re-match. This should be decided before the start of the match. Match play with handicap. The competitor with the lowest handicap of the four plays off scratch with the other 3 competitors receiving a handicap equal to the differential between their handicap and the 9

10 handicap of the lowest competitor. The strokes for each competitor (excludes the competitor playing from scratch) are applied to the appropriate handicap holes as identified on the scorecard. (e.g. 14 handicap minus 12 handicap = 2 strokes to the 14 handicap player, 16 handicap minus 12 handicap = 4 strokes to the 16 handicap player, 20 handicap minus 12 handicap = 8 strokes to the 20 handicap player. The 12 handicap player plays from scratch. All strokes are applied to the appropriate handicap holes as identified on the scorecard. Yellow Tees 100% of course handicaps apply (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-4a(iii)). Women s Interclub Competition (See separate section for description of the Interclub Qualifying events) Interclub is a competition which takes players from both Tuesday Ladies League and Saturday Ladies League to promote friendly competition among the member Clubs. The participating member clubs are Carleton, Hylands, Canadian and Rideau View. Four matches will be played during the season one each in June, July, August and September 1 at each club. A rotation is established for the playing dates which changes by one month each year. Each club shall choose a date and an alternate date in case of rain. Qualification: Players shall be chosen in qualifying rounds at each Club for each match, consisting of 4 low gross and 4 low net players, where practicable. Handicaps are frozen once the team names are submitted to the host club. The eight players from each club are distributed in eight foursomes, one player from each club per foursome. The event is net Stableford. Handicap strokes are taken where they fall on each hole before Stapleford points are awarded. The total of the best 6 scores of the 8 players from each team is the team score for that event. At the end of the year, the team scores from the 4 events are totaled to arrive at the team score for the season. The team with the highest total points wins the trophy. 100% of course handicaps apply Women s Interclub Qualifying (See separate section for description of the Interclub Competition) Separate qualifying rounds will be held (usually during regular league play) by both the Tuesday Ladies League and the Saturday Ladies League to make up the Carleton team for each of the four Interclub competitions. Qualification: Members of each League are eligible to participate in qualifying rounds. Ladies with the four best scores and the four best net scores from each league qualify. The coordinator then chooses 4 players from each league, where possible, to play in the competition. 10

11 Stroke play for gross and net 100% of course handicaps apply in choosing the net qualifiers. Women s Hart-Wallace Senior Ladies Competition Edith Wallace Memorial Trophy The Wallace-Hart is a competition for all Club Senior ladies. The trophy was donated by Mrs. T.R. Hart (Dorothy) in memory of her mother Mrs. Wallace. The trophy is a painting of the Carleton Golf Course the winners name goes on a plaque on the frame of the painting. The painting is hanging in the ladies lounge. Qualification: Any lady golfing member 50 years or older. The tournament is 36 holes total net score played on 2 designated dates. There is draw Day 1 by handicap. The draw for Day 2 is by standing after Day 1 with frozen handicap. There is an entry fee which is donated annually to the Heart & Stroke Foundation. The two day event has traditionally been played on a Tuesday morning and the following Friday morning. Stroke play with handicap Scorecards must be signed and attested 100% of course handicaps apply with a maximum of 40. Eligibility: Awards: Pro/Lady Qualifier Carleton women, based on a stroke play qualifying round, are selected to play in a district tournament comprised of teams of club professionals and an A, B and C class woman. Any player may register. Players are selected from qualifying rounds played within the Tuesday or Saturday League play. Qualifiers names will be presented to the Captain with gross score, handicap/factor and net score on the day of qualifying. The three women selected play with Carleton s head professional at a tournament hosted by a local club. Dinner and prizes are included. The entrance fee is paid by the Ladies Association. Golfers who have participated in this event in the last five years are not eligible. Men s Match Play Match Play Championship Men designated by flights (A, B, C, D) play to determine the Match Play Champion for each flight. One-loss elimination. Winner of Flight A (open Division) is crowned the Match Play Champion of the Club Qualification: Open to all men golfers of the Club You must register to qualify (signups in locker room). Register by Flight (Factors A 0-7.9, B , C , D 16.6+) 11

12 Match play - handicaps do not apply Players are responsible for arranging mutually acceptable times for matches. All matches MUST be played by posted date. No Show /Cancellation results in forfeiture of match. Match play, no handicaps Ties are settled in extra holes (starting at No. 1 tee). Sudden death. A and B flights: Blue Tees C and D flights: White Tees Men s Two-Man Match Play (with Handicap) Men s event to determine the Two-Man Match Play Champion of the Club Qualification: Open to all men golfers You must register to qualify (signups in locker room) as a two man team or as individuals who will be teamed up with another member. Match play with handicaps. Players are responsible for arranging mutually acceptable times for matches. All matches MUST be played by posted date. No Show /Cancellation results in forfeiture of match. The format is two-man better ball with the team s low net score on each hole winning the hole The low man plays from scratch and the other three receive the full differential between their handicaps and the low man s. Ties are settled in extra holes sudden death. White Tees 100% of course handicaps apply (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-4a(iii)). Men s Senior Medal Play Senior Club Championship This is a 36-hole event held over two days in mid-august. Champions are determined for flights A, B, C, and D with the winner of flight A being declared Senior Club Champion and eligible to play in the OVGA Tournament of Champions. Qualification: This is open to all senior men 55 years and older on or before the day of the event. You must sign up on the Senior Men s Bulletin Board. Stroke play, 2 rounds no handicaps Players may make their own tee-times for the first round, but you must play with another entrant in the Championship. Pre-determined tee times will be arranged for second round. Stroke play gross score is entered on scorecard. Scorecards must be signed and attested and handed in to the Pro Shop. 12

13 White tees Mixed Events Everyone is encouraged to play in mixed events. If you don t have a golfing partner of the opposite sex handy, let the Mixed Events Committee know they ll do their best to find a playing partner for you. Mixed Honeypot League Mixed 2 person league played on Thursdays over the entire season. It is played on the front 9 holes only. Prizes are awarded each week for special competitive events and a wind-up dinner is held at the end of the season to award prizes to the winning teams. Qualification: You must put your names on the sign-up sheet which will be posted on the bulletin board in the lower hallway outside the locker rooms. There is a fee to enter the event which will be added to your account. Each player plays his/her own ball over the 9 holes. Score cards are put in a special box located in the lower hallway outside the locker rooms. The scoring is net Stableford system. The higher net Stableford score for the team is entered for each hole. The weekly score is the total of the higher Stableford scores for the Front 9 holes. The best 8 weekly scores over the season are used to determine winners. The scores for each week are calculated by the event chair and are posted on the bulletin board in the lower hallway outside the locker rooms. Handicaps for this event are calculated by the software used for scoring the event. It will create a handicap after 3 events which is then re-calculated after each game. 100% of handicaps apply. Ladies play from Yellow Tees and Men play from White Tees. Captain and Crew Victoria Day Shotgun (1:30pm) 4 person teams (usually an A, B, C & D) with roughly balanced handicap totals battle it out in a Texas Scramble. The Mixed Events committee (with help from the Pro) puts the teams together. A great way to meet members you haven t played with yet. Dinner and awards follow the round. Qualification: You must get your name on the signup sheet (on the Mixed Holiday Events board in the downstairs hallway) by the signup deadline. Scramble. All four players tee-off on each hole. Three tee shots from each team member must be used during the round Best ball is selected to play next shot Player whose ball is selected does NOT play second shot. 3 teammates play from best ball position (within 1 foot/30cms of original lie) Best ball is selected from the 3 second shots and the pattern is repeated until the ball is holed out. Note that the pattern continues on the putting green (e.g. only 3 team members will play any particular putt). 13

14 *Three Member Teams: All team members play all shots no one sits out. 1 additional shot per tee-off is taken, rotating amongst the 3 team members. Gross score for the hole is entered. Ladies play from Yellow Tees and Men play from White Tees. Canada Day Shotgun (1:30pm) 2 person mixed teams compete in a better ball tournament while wearing extremely red and white golf attire. A day to wave the flag. Dinner and awards follow the round. Qualification: Teams consist of a woman and a man. You and your teammate must get your name on the signup sheet (on the Mixed Events board in the downstairs hallway) by the signup deadline. Better Ball (best score - after handicap - for the hole between the team partners is entered). Medal (stroke) play, with Handicap. Women receive 95% of course handicap, men receive 90% of course handicap. Women then receive two additional strokes because they play a more difficult course as determined by the course rating (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-3c and 9-4b(ii)). Ladies play from Yellow Tees and Men play from White Tees. Battle of the Sexes Civic Holiday Shotgun (1:30pm) The merciless event that dares to ask the big questions. And if recent history is anything to go by, the answer is, Yes, usually girls are better than boys, but sometimes boys are better than girls. By tradition, the reigning champions must be challenged on an individual basis by the current weaker sex refusal to accept the challenge results in a forfeit. Dinner, awards and other activities follow. Qualification: The challenger and the challengee must have their names on the signup sheet (on the Mixed Events board in the downstairs hallway) by the signup deadline. Match play. The lower handicap player plays to scratch. The higher handicap player's handicap is the difference between his/her handicap and the handicap of the lower player. Women are awarded 4 "Bisques" (an extra handicap stroke) to be taken on any 4 holes. Taking of each Bisque must be declared in advance of teeing off on the holes where they'll be taken. Record 1 point for each hole won (1/2 point for a tie) Record 1 point for winning the front 9 Record 1 point for winning the back 9 Record 1 point for winning overall 18 (total of 21 points awarded per match) Totals from all matches are tallied to determine bragging rights for the next year. 14

15 100% of course handicaps apply with no other adjustments because of the traditional generous use of bisques. Ladies play from Yellow Tees and Men play from White Tees. Paul Going Memorial Trophy Labour Day Shotgun (1:30pm) 2 person mixed teams compete in a better ball competition. This is the last Mixed Event shotgun of the year. Dinner and awards follow the round. Qualification: Teams consist of a woman and a man. You and your teammate must get your name on the signup sheet (on the Mixed Events board in the downstairs hallway) by the signup deadline. Better Ball (best score - after handicap - between the team partners for the hole is entered). Medal (stroke) play, with Handicap. Women receive 95% of course handicap, men receive 90% of course handicap. Women then receive two additional strokes because they play a more difficult course as determined by the course rating (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-3c and 9-4b(ii)). Ladies play from Yellow Tees and Men play from White Tees. Men s Events RCGA Rules of Golf (as modified by Local Rules) apply in all events. Men s League Al Murray Memorial Trophy Gunner Trophy The Men's League is played over the entire season on Wednesday afternoons and evenings. It is played on the front 9 holes only. The Al Murray Memorial Trophy is awarded to the participant with the highest points over the whole season. The Gunner Trophy is awarded to the player with the lowest average gross score (stroke play) over the whole season. Prizes are awarded for the best scores over the full season. Prizes are also awarded each week for special competitive events. A small-stakes skins game (you against the field) is usually held as well (sign up in the Pro Shop before your round A wind-up dinner is held at the end of the season to award prizes to the league winners Qualification: You must be a Men s League member (see sign-up sheets at beginning of the year or see a Men s League committee member). Individual stroke play on front 9 holes only, net Stableford scoring. Your 12 best scores of the season will be combined to establish your Men s League total at the end of the year. 15

16 Only the front 9 holes are counted for Men s League. Scoring is by the Stableford system based on net scores per hole. A Men s League handicap is determined by the software used for scoring (beginning with the first 4 games), and is re-calculated after each subsequent game. This handicap will be used in determining the Stableford points awarded for a round. The best 12 scores over the season are used to determine winners. Everyone plays from the White Tees 100% of the course handicaps apply, as calculated by the league s software. John Cullen Scramble 4 man teams (usually an A, B, C & D) with roughly balanced handicap totals battle it out in a Texas Scramble. The Men s Captain (with help from the Pro) puts the teams together This event is held as shotgun on a Saturday in May. A great way to meet members you haven t played with yet. Lunch and awards follow the round. Qualification: You must be male. You must get your name on the signup sheet (in the locker room) by the signup deadline. Scramble. Three tee shots from each team member must be used. All four players tee-off on each hole. Best ball is selected to play next shot from. Player who s ball is selected does NOT play second shot. 3 teammates play from best ball position (within 1 foot/30cms of original lie) Best ball is selected from the 3 second shots and the pattern is repeated till the ball is holed out. Note that the pattern continues on the putting green (e.g. only 3 team members will play any particular putt). *Three Member Teams: All team members play all shots no one sits out. 1 additional shot per tee-off is taken, rotating amongst the 3 team members. Gross score for the hole is entered. Everyone plays from the White Tees Men s Eclectic Ferris Trophy A two round event. Your best score for each hole from the two rounds is used to determine your score for 18 holes (e.g. your net score (gross score minus handicap) for Hole 1, round 1 = 6; round 2 = 4. You count 4 for Hole 1 on the Eclectic scorecard. Sometimes, you DO get a second chance! Qualification: You must be male. 16

17 You must get your name on the signup sheet (in the locker room) by the signup deadline. You must pick up your event scorecard before teeing off for BOTH rounds (you will turn in your round 1 scorecard to the Pro Shop at the completion of round 1). Medal (stroke) play, with Handicap. Two rounds (consecutive Saturdays). Scorecard is separated into Round 1 and Round 2 (top and bottom) Gross score for the hole is entered on first line. Handicap adjusted score is entered on second line. Best score for hole (after handicap) from the 2 rounds is entered on middle line (after 2 nd round). This is used to calculate your 18 hole total score. 100% of course handicaps apply White Tees Men s St. Ambroise Two-Man Scramble 18 hole 2-man scramble using handicaps. Teams are drawn randomly. Qualification: You must be male. You must get your name on the signup sheet (in the locker room) by the signup deadline. Scamble both players play their shot and the best position is chosen for both players to play their next shot until the ball is holed. Team score is entered on the scorecard. You should enter both your gross and net scores Add together 35% of the A player s course handicap and 15% of the B player s course handicap (ref USGA Handicap manual). White tees Men s Ryder Cup A traditional test of golf endurance, the Men s Ryder Cup is played on a consecutive Saturday/Sunday 36 holes a day! Teams are selected from the entrants by the two Team Captains, usually balanced for handicap size of the teams is determined by number of entrants. Since the two teams are overall equal in handicap, all matches are played off scratch. Qualification: You must get your name on the signup sheet (in locker room) by the deadline. All rounds are Match Play in traditional Ryder Cup formats: 1 st Round: Foursomes (Alternate Shot). 2 nd Round: Fourball (2-man Better Ball) 3 rd Round: 9 holes Foursomes, 9 holes Fourball 4 th Round: Individual match Each match is worth 1 point. Teams are awarded ½ point for halved matches. 17

18 All matches are played from scratch. Everyone plays from the Blue Tees Quinn Hoffman A two-man better ball event over 1 round, played with handicaps. Choose your partner carefully; you want someone who will score well on every hole YOU screw up! Qualification: You and your partner must get your names on the signup sheet (in the locker room) by the signup deadline. Better Ball (best score - after handicap - for the hole between the team partners is entered). Medal (stroke) play, with Handicap. Best score - after handicap - for the hole between the team partners is entered. Ties will be broken by RCGA-recommended retrogression method. 90% of course handicaps apply (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-4b(ii)) Everyone plays from the White Tees Lefty/Righty Tournament Dexter Versus Sinister in a one round, no holds barred, total team Stableford Points event. Every shot counts as Lefties and Righties go head to head, with total Lefty points going against total Righty points. In recent years there has been some controversy surrounding the Righty s exclusive use of scarred, battle-hardened veterans versus the come one, come all happy-go-lucky inclusiveness of the Lefty s, but this is probably just sour grapes brought on by the Righty s distressing tendency to win. Qualification: You must get your name on the signup sheet (in locker room) by the deadline. All Lefties who sign up make the team. The number of Righties is determined by the size of the Lefty s team preference is given to righties who have qualified in previous years. Net Stableford points on each hole using your normal club handicap. Gross score and net Stableford points are required from each player. Total net points for all Lefties & all Righties determine the winner of the Left/Right Trophy. 100% of course handicaps apply. Everyone plays from the White Tees Ladies Events: Note: Ladies Events are played from the Yellow Tees unless otherwise noted. 18

19 Player Development Program This is not a tournament but a program for players who want to improve their competitive performance at club or local RCGA competitions. It is open to all women playing members. Participants will have an opportunity to test themselves in competition-like settings throughout the year. For details go to the Carleton Golf members website and click on Ladies Leagues, then click on Player Development. Tuesday Ladies League The Tuesday Ladies League plays every Tuesday morning. The members add their names to the sign-up sheets that are posted in the ladies lounge. Foursomes are assigned by weekly volunteers. Each Tuesday morning a different event is planned followed by an informal lunch period. The major events that we hold are described below. Team Competition Wilma Huband Memorial Trophy A playing event for the Wilma Huband Memorial Trophy. Teams are selected & scores compiled over the season to determine the winners. Qualification: Any Tuesday Ladies League member is automatically eligible & will be placed on a team (unless a member requests not to participate) by the Team Competition coordinator. Stroke play. Once the Tuesday Ladies League is established for the playing season, teams will be drawn. The number of teams is based on the size of our membership for the year. In forming the teams effort is made to ensure that the teams are balanced with respect to aggregate handicap & expected attendance. At our opening meeting team captains are chosen and assigned a colour. In addition each team chooses a team name. Each team member must play a minimum of 4 games to have her name engraved on the trophy. Stroke play with handicap Scorecards must be signed and attested At the end of each Tuesday League 18-hole round, the team competition coordinator records the scores by team and calculates the average of the best 3 net scores for the day. The weekly averages are accumulated over the season and the winning team is the team with the lowest total. The weekly results are posted on the bulletin board. 100% of course handicap applies with a maximum of 44 Honeypot Honeypot is a competition to determine your 8 best scores over the season using the Stableford system. It is based on the first 9 holes. Qualification: Any league member is automatically eligible as long as they submit their weekly preprinted Honeypot sheet 19

20 The Honeypot coordinator(s) will prepare the Honeypot sheets and have them available in the Ladies locker room. The coordinator(s) will post standings periodically. Winners are established by the total of the highest points for the best 8 scores of all games used during the League playing season. Net Stableford 100% of course handicap applies with a maximum of 22 for 9 holes. Ringerboard Ringerboard is a competition to determine the player with the lowest net score based on the lowest score achieved on each of Carleton s 18 holes taken from all 18-hole rounds, whether League or otherwise, played during the League s season. The competition is based on handicap divisions. The initial score for each hole is established by the first league game played and then each player is responsible to update their scores for the rest of the season as applicable. Qualification: All league members are automatically eligible. Winners are established for each handicap division. The winner for each division will be the lady with the best net score as calculated by subtracting her handicap as of the date the competition closes from the total gross score compiled from the best score recorded on each hole from all 18-hole rounds played at Carleton. The handicap division that individuals are in is based on handicaps as of the final round of the competition. Recognition of the best low gross score may also be given at the discretion of the coordinator. Stroke play 100% of course handicaps apply. CLGA/PIN Rounds CLGA Event Ten dates are chosen at the beginning of the season and designated pin rounds. The scoring is based on participation on these designated dates using the criteria indicated below. Qualification: Players must participate on the draw dates.. Stroke play with handicap. 10 designated events based on minimum participation of 6 days. Scores for the pin rounds are tabulated for 10 designated dates of play. A minimum of 6 rounds must be played. CLGA pins are awarded to the winner & runner up with the lowest aggregate of 4 net scores. A winner & a runner up prize are awarded. A 9 hole pin award is also provided by the CLGA for those golfers who normally only play a 9 hole round. Scorecards must be signed and attested. 100% of handicaps apply with a maximum of

21 Chip-ins Each week a ball is awarded to players who had a chip-ins during their game. A chip-in may be for any score and a putt from the fringe counts as a chip-in. Qualification: Any league member is automatically eligible as long as they submit their scorecard and have the chip-in circled. A record will be kept of how many chip-ins each player achieves over the course of the season. Players can only receive a maximum of three balls during the year. Scorecards must be signed and attested Eclectic Eclectic is a two round trophy event. The best net score for each hole from the two rounds is used to determine the score for each player for 18 holes (e.g. your net score (gross score minus handicap) for Hole 1, round 1 = 6; round 2 = 4. You count 4 for Hole 1 on the Eclectic scorecard. There is a winner and a runner up. Handicaps are frozen after the first round. Qualification: Competitors must play two rounds to be eligible for prizes. The best net on each hole counts. The winner is the player with the lowest net 18 hole score taken from the two rounds. Ties are broken by retrogression. Stroke play with handicap Scorecards must be signed and attested. 100% of course handicaps apply with a maximum of 40. Captain s Cup The Captain s Cup is a two round trophy event. This event was introduced in 2011 to take the place of the President s Cup which was moved to the Club Championship. There is a winner & a runner up. Handicaps are frozen after the first round. Qualification: Competitors must play two rounds to be eligible for prizes. The net scores from each round are combined. The winner is the player with the lowest 36 hole score. Ties are broken by retrogression. Stroke play with handicap Scorecards must be signed and attested. 100% of course handicaps apply with a maximum of 40. Business Ladies League The Business ladies League plays on Tuesday afternoons. Ladies can play 9 or 18 holes as their schedules permit. There are designated tee times for the ladies after 1:30PM. 21

22 Each week there is a 9 hole fun competition, that the ladies may participate in if they so wish, followed by an informal dinner. We welcome all new members and encourage all to bring guests. Saturday Ladies League The Saturday League play is a competitive League, every Saturday during the Morning Draw. Full Ladies golfers must join the league ($45 fee) to be eligible for the League Draw. Each Saturday a different event is planned followed by an informal get-together. There are prizes awarded at the end of the season for overall League play, special tournaments and skills. Non-League members may pay a $10 fee to play in special competitions and tournaments (i.e. Solheim Cup, Alternate Shot etc..) Team Competition Mary Lou Lahey Memorial Trophy A playing event for the Mary Lou Lahey memorial trophy. Teams are selected & scores compiled over the season to determine the winners. Qualification: Any Saturday league lady member is automatically eligible and will be placed on a team by the Team Competition committee. Stroke play. Once the Saturday Ladies League is established for the playing season, teams will be drawn from each handicap class. Every effort is made by the Committee to ensure that the teams are balanced with respect to aggregate handicap and expected attendance. Captain and team names are determined by the team members. Each team member must play a minimum of 5 games to have her name engraved on the trophy. Scorecards must be signed and attested. The Committee will record the best 3 net scores for the day for each team, and post on the Saturday League Web site. The winning team is the one with the lowest total of the average net score over the year.!00% of course handicaps apply. Ringerboard A competition to determine the low gross and low net on each hole over the League season. The competition is based on handicap divisions. The initial score is established by using par plus handicap strokes on each hole. Qualification: Any league member is automatically eligible. The Committee will prepare the Ringer Board. Winners are established on the basis of the best gross and net scores. A player must have played 18 holes at Carleton to record a ringer board score. Any full round is eligible regardless of what day of the week it is played. 22

23 100% of handicaps are used to determine the handicap division that each participant is in, as well as to determine low net scores. Honeypot A competition to determine your 8 best scores over the season using the Stableford system. It is based on the first 9 holes of the course. A player submits either a Saturday or Tuesday score in the same week. Qualification: All league members are automatically eligible as long as they submit their Saturday or Tuesday pre-printed Honeypot sheet The Committee will prepare the Honeypot sheets & have them available in the Ladies locker room. The committee will post standings periodically. Winners are established from the highest 8 scores of the season. Because handicaps are already taken into account on each game, prizes are awarded from all participants. Stableford with Handicap 100% of course handicaps apply. Chip-ins, Birdies A competition to award players for chip-ins and birdies during league play. A chip-in may be for any score and a putt from the fringe counts as a chip-in. Qualification: All league members are automatically eligible as long as they submit their scorecard with chip-in and birdies recorded on the scorecard. A record will be kept of all of the chip-ins and birdies over the league season and prizes are awarded at the end of the season. Stroke play. Scorecards must be signed and attested. Putting Competition A Saturday playing event. The scoring is based on participation on 5 designated Saturdays using the criteria indicated below. Qualification: You must play in the draw. Stroke play. Must participate in a minimum of 3 of the 5 designated events, The winner will have the lowest total number of putts in the best 3 of 5 designated rounds. Prizes will be awarded by Flight. Not applicable 23

24 Qualifying: Opening Team Scramble The committee makes up foursomes by Team and attempts to make groups evenly handicapped. All four players tee off. Each picks up her ball and drops at the best ball. All players play the second shot from there with the exception of the player who hit the best ball. The process continues until the ball is on the green. Everyone may putt. Each player s drive must be used a minimum of three times. Open to all Saturday members who sign up on the sheet provided. Stroke play One score per team is kept and the team with the lowest gross score is the winner. Qualifying: The Dot Clark Cup A tournament is played in honour of Dorothy Clark, the founding member of the Saturday Ladies League. It is a two person hidden partner event, low net score. The committee designates partners before the event and they are revealed only when the tournament is completed Open to all Saturday members who sign up on the sheet provided Stroke play with handicap The winners are the partners with the combined best net total score. 100% of course handicaps apply. Eclectic A 36 hole stroke play event played on consecutive days (Saturday and Sunday). Best net score (gross score minus handicap) for each hole of the two rounds is used to determine the total 18-hole score. For instance Hole 1, round 1 = 6; round 2 = 4. You count 4 for Hole 1 on the Eclectic scorecard. Sometimes, you DO get a second chance! Separate Saturday and Tuesday morning League events. There is a winner & a runner up for both leagues. The same handicap is used for both rounds. Qualification: Competitors must play two rounds on the designated days to be eligible for prizes. The best net on each hole counts. The winner is the player with the lowest net 18-hole score taken from the two rounds. Players must hole out on the first day (Saturday) however, on the second day (Sunday) they are not required to finish a hole if they can t better their previous days score. Ties are broken by retrogression. Stroke play Scorecards must be signed and attested. 100% of course handicaps apply, as determined for round 1. 24

25 Qualifying: Alternate Shot Members select their own partner. Combined handicap must be greater than 35. Only one ball is played. Teams declare which partner will tee off on even and odd numbered holes. Players alternate on each shot until the ball is holed. Open to all Saturday League members who sign up on the sheet provided. Stroke play The team with the lowest net score using half the combined handicap is the winner. ½ of the combined course handicaps of the two participants apply (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-4b(vi). Qualifying: Solheim Cup Saturday league members who wish to play are divided into European and North American teams with an equal number of players on each team. The event takes place on one Saturday only. There are six holes of two-person better-ball match play, six holes of alternate shot match play and six holes of individual matches. Points are awarded for wins and ties. The committee matches opponents with similar handicaps. Open to all Saturday league members who sign up on the sheet provided. Match play all matches are played from scratch. Points are awarded for each tie or match won. The team with the most points wins the event. Handicaps are used only to draw up equal teams. Handicaps do not apply for scoring matches. Qualifying: Iron Woman Players play six holes from the yellow tees, six from the white tees and six from the blue tees. Handicaps from the white tees are applied to the whole round. It is usually played at the end of the season as your score cannot be entered in the computer. Open to all Saturday League members who sign up on the sheet provided. Stroke play with handicap Lowest net score wins. 100% of course handicaps from the white tees apply. 25

26 Senior Men s Program General Information Senior Men s events are open to all Carleton men 50 years and over who are members of the Senior Men s League and pay a nominal annual fee collected to cover prizes. A sign-up sheet is posted in the Men s locker room at the beginning of each season and remains for the duration of the golf year. All events are listed in the CG&YC events calendar, on the website and are posted on the Senior Men s notice board. Sign-up sheets with event details will be posted about 2 weeks prior to each event day. Entries close 5 days prior to the day of play except for the Ryder Cup which is withdrawn earlier in order to draft the teams. Game day draws are available on the website, in the Pro Shop and on the Senior Men s notice board. All events will have blocked and tee pre-assigned tees or tee times because each event will be either in the form of a modified shotgun or played from the first tee. When assigning teams or foursomes for certain events as designated below, the Committee will ensure that the handicap totals for each group will be as equitable as possible to all other teams or foursomes in the event. For example a typical team would be composed of: an A, a B, a C and a D handicapped player. Score cards are to be left in the Pro Shop or with the event convener immediately after play. Two-Man Scramble Held at the beginning of May as the opening event of the Senior Men s League Golf event is preceded by the opening breakfast. Members sign up as individuals and the Committee will form teams ensuring that each team s handicap total is equitable to all other competing teams, and assign tee times. Play will be a 2-man scramble with each player playing every shot from the spot chosen by mutual consent. Team handicap will be 50% of the total of the team s individual handicaps. Final score is the 18-hole stroke play score minus the team handicap. Qualifying and Competing for 2-Man Match Play Trophy Those Senior Men wishing to qualify may sign-up as a team or as individuals. The Committee will complete teams and assign tee times. Qualifying round is usually held second week of May This is an 18-hole stroke play event. The format is two-man-better ball with the team s low net score counting on each hole. The qualifying round will determine the 8 teams who qualify for the match play trophy event. 90% of course handicaps apply (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-4b(ii)) Match play event held over the course of the season Teams must qualify in the qualifying event held in May Match play draw will be posted including must be complete by dates. The format is two-man better ball with the team s low net score on each hole winning the hole In the event of ties, play-offs will be held immediately afterwards in a sudden death format, with handicaps applying 100% of course handicaps on the day of play will apply (ref. RCGA Handicap Manual 9-4a(iii)). 26

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