Opening Day 2018
21st January 2018
Mixed Blind Draw Teams Stableford Event
The new season is upon us. Get back into the groove by entering the Opening Day Tournament on Sunday 21 January.
This event is a fun competition that you could still win even if you are not playing your best. You just need your fellow team members to do well. However, there’s a catch! You won’t know who your fellow team members are until teams are drawn live in the clubrooms after all the scores are in.
Enter in the shop before 08:30 on Sunday morning and you’ll go in a draw for your playing group. Groups and starting tees will be announced at 08:45 ready for a Shotgun start at 09:00.
Your playing group is not your team. After your round scan your card then your Stableford score will then be entered into the teams draw. Teams will be drawn as soon as possible after all scores are in. During the teams draw, the individual Stableford scores of each team member will be totalled to arrive at the team score.
Men will play off the white tees, ladies off the yellow.
Event entry fee is $10.
In keeping with this being a fun event, we invite members to bring guests to compete in this event (guests need to have an NZGA handicap and will pay green fees as well as the event entry fee).
Event rules are set out below.
Ring (021 070 5029) or email Olly in the shop to enter.
WAIKANAE GOLF CLUB INC
OPENING DAY 2018 – 21 JANUARY 2018
RULES FOR BLIND DRAW STABLEFORD EVENT Competition:
Men’s and Women’s Blind Draw Team Stableford
Any Member or guest of a member with a current NZGA handicap.
Enter in the Shop in advance or before 08:30 on the day.
Fee of $10.00 per player is payable to the Shop prior to commencement of play.
Shotgun start at 9am.
Playing groups will be a blind draw, but the draw will be arranged so there is a mix of men/women & high/low handicap players in each group.
The draw will be announced at 8:45 allowing groups 15 minutes to get to their starting tee.
Each player will submit their individual 18 hole Stableford score.
The teams will be drawn live in the clubrooms after all scores have been submitted. The individual stableford scores of each team member will be totalled to determine the team score.
Teams may be 2, 3 or 4 players, at the discretion of the Match Committee, dependent on the number of entries.
(if any) must be reported to, and will be dealt with under the Rules of Golf by the Match Committee at the end of play.