FRIDAY MORNING CHAMPIONSHIP QUALIFYING—BLACK TEES Eighteen-Hole, Four-Ball (Better-Ball of Partners), Stroke Play Qualifier
Ties for Championship Flight and the Jeff Hadley Trophy (low Gross team), will be decided by a sudden-death playoff beginning on hole #10. If still tied, play will continue to hole #18 and repeat these holes if necessary. No new holes will start after 1:15 and a winner will be decided by a chip-off. All players will hit and the closest to the hole will win. All other ties in the qualifying round will be settled under General Numerical Draw:
GENERAL NUMERICAL DRAW—For purposes of determining places in the draw, ties in qualifying rounds other than those for the last qualifying place are decided by the order in which scores are returned.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON – SUNDAY
Four-Ball, Match Play
CHAMPIONSHIP & FIRST FLIGHTS: BLACK TEES
FLIGHTS 2–6: WHITE TEES
All tied matches after 18 holes will be determined by playoff starting on the next hole and continuing for as many holes as required for a match to be won
USGA RULES GOVERN ALL PLAY EXCEPT AS MODIFIED
CART PATHS—Obvious extensions of cart paths are to be treated as cart paths, and proper relief may be taken
ABNORMAL GROUND CONDITIONS—any temporary water, the ground under repair, or hole cast or runway on the course made by a burrowing animal, a reptile or a bird
GROUND UNDER REPAIR (G.U.R.) will be defined by while enclosed white lines
DRAINAGE LINES; FRENCH DRAINS—Open trenches filled with gravel, sand, or the like: if a player’s ball comes to rest in a drainage line and/or French drain, outside a penalty area, the player may take relief under
YELLOW PENALTY AREAS—Yellow stakes or lines define the margin of the area. The stakes and lines are in the penalty area
RED PENALTY AREAS—Red stakes or lines define the margin of the area. The stakes and lines are in the penalty area
DROP ZONES—Drop Zones are available for balls lost in penalty areas left or behind #5 green and in the penalty area left or behind #11 green.
OUT OF BOUNDS—Defined by white stakes on #1, #13, #14, #15, and #18. A ball that crosses a public road is defined as out of bounds and comes to rest beyond that road is out of bounds, even though it may lie on another part of the course.
COMMITTEE’S DECISION—In the absence of a referee, any dispute or doubtful point in the Rules must be referred to the Committee, whose decision is final
PACE OF PLAY
UNDER TOURNAMENT CONDITIONS, IT SHOULD TAKE NO LONGER THAN 4 HOURS 15 MINUTES. PLEASE KEEP UP WITH THE GROUP IN FRONT OF YOU TO MAKE THE PACE ENJOYABLE FOR ALL.
Dan Ruane, PGA—Director of Golf
Susan Horton, PGA—Director of Instruction