- USGA Handicap + portal access
- Golf scores keyed in daily
- Golfer ranking calculated and posted
- Broadcast text/email service (notice of golf being played daily)
- Group discounted weekend outings
- Discounted tournament entry fees
- Hole In One Pool
- Top 10 Golfers’ Payout
- Annual intraclub tournament
- Website access (user id & password)
- Blog (user id & password)
- Preseason Meeting - dinner
- Annual Banquet - dinner
- Orlando, FL Trip - group discounted golf
- Pinehurst, NC Trip - group discounted golf
- Intraclub Matches
- Interclub Matches
- Offseason group activities
Medal/Stroke play. All 18-hole matches are based on 3 points. 1 point is awarded for the front-nine, 1 point is awarded for the back-nine and 1 point is awarded for the overall match (Nassau). 9-hole matches yield 1 point being awarded to the winner.
If opponents are tied after 9 or 18 holes, the winner (of the side) is determined by finding the most difficult hole (of the side) and comparing the scores on the hole. If they’re the same then find the next most difficult hole (of the side), compare the scores and continue to repeat this process until a winner is determined.
If there is an overall tie after 18 holes, meaning both opponents have the same medal score (after net calculations) the winner is determined by hardest hcp hole(s) overall.
ex. Player 1 (10 hcp.) vs Player 2 (15 hcp). 5 stroke difference. Check the scorecard for #1 hcp hole. That’s the side that Player 2 receives 3 strokes (2 on the other side). Player 1 (42+46=88). Player 2 (46+47=93). Player 1 wins front, player 2 wins back. The difference in medal scores (93-88=5) means the match is even and the winner must be determined by the #1 most difficult hole according to the scorecard. In the event the scores are the same for that hole, move on to the #2 hcp hole, and so on until a winner is determined.
Scores should be reported via phone, text or email immediately after round completion to DD (Darrell). Contact info: (203) 410-9893, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
He'll need to know the points for each golfer (wins and losses), their medal scores, where the match was held and the tee box played.
To be safe, you are encouraged to save your scorecard for verification and archival purposes.