New Member: Handicap will be established at the completion of the first event.
This will be accomplished by deducting par from gross score and multiplying by 90%.
Example: Gross Score 100
x 90% = Established Handicap of 25
Established Member: Player will carryover scores and handicap from last year.
If member did not play last year, a new handicap must be established. Handicaps
are determined by using last year and this year event scores as follows:
one event use that events score
two events use
two events scores
three events use
two best of three events
four events use
two best of four events
five events use
three best of five events
six events use
three best of six events
seven events use
four best of seven events
eight events use
four best of eight events
nine events use
five best of nine events
ten events use
five best of ten events
eleven or more
events use five best of last
* An event score for
handicap purposes is the difference between actual score and course rating.
Actual scores must be recorded on each hole, but for handicap purposes, a
triple bogey will be the maximum number allowed on any hole. Handicap will be
calculated using current and last year events. Maximum handicap for
participants will be 32 strokes. The 2 day tournament will use 100% handicap,
not to exceed the maximum 36 stroke rule.