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2017 Net Match Play Championship Jan-May

Dates: You have ONE month to play your opponent and get the results of the match to the Tournament Director.

Matches must be completed in designated period and cards deposited in the box in pro shop.

The last Tuesday of each month will be stroke play so that matches can be played that day if necessary.
Format:Individual Match Play (hole by hole)
Pairings: Round 1 will be a blind draw of all the entries. There will be no byes.

The winner of each round 1 match will be in the Championship bracket.
The loser of each round 1 match will be in the Consolation bracket.

Pairings for the consolation bracket will be based on the same random numbers used in Round 1 pairing. There may be byes depending on the number of entries.
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Past Champions

2017    Larry Rentler
2016    Les Wade
2015    Mike Nielson
2014    Josh Heptig
2013    Ray Jackson
2012    Doug Bugni
2011    Nancy Tharp
2010    Earle Vaughan
2009    Les Wade
2008    Don Albin
Tees: Women play the gold tees and receive 2 additional handicap strokes from a male opponent on white tees. Men play from the white tees.
Entry Fee: $20
No refunds after matches have begun.
Deadline:Completion of Round 1
Handicaps Current handicaps on day of play will be used.

Opponents pop off the lower handicap player. Low handicap golfer plays to a "0". High handicap golfer plays to the difference of the two handicaps.

EXAMPLE:
  • Player A is a 12
  • Player B is a 10
  • Player A gets TWO POPS
  • Pops are applied based on the hole's handicap. Player A would get the 2 pops on the two hardest holes (handicap 1 & 2).
Ties If the match is even after 18 holes, players return to the 1st hole. Play starts at 1st hole and continues (2nd hole, 3rd, etc) until either player has won a hole, thus deciding the match. The same handicap strokes apply.
Putting Order If the match is being played in a group where the other 1 or 2 players are not in a match, the match players MUST putt out first.
Rules QuestionsRefer any rules questions to our Rules Chair.
Posting
Scores
All match play scores must be posted.

The match is won when one player leads by a number of holes greater than the number remaining to be played.
  • If you stop playing when the match is complete, you should take par plus your pops for all unplayed holes.
  • If you continue playing, post your actual score.
  • If there is any concern that the holes played following completion of the match do not accurately reflect the play please notify the Tournament Director immediately. This could be due to fatigue, let down or loss of focus after completing the match, or an attempt to manipulate the player's handicap by posting a high score. An example of this would be the match winner proceeding to double bogey all remaining holes, thus inflating his score to prevent his handicap from decreasing.

    The Tournament Director and Handicap Chairman may adjust a players score to par plus pops for the unplayed holes if it is deemed that the play of those holes did not accurately reflect the player's round.

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