Weekly Golf

Pairings Chair: Sue Jacobson 479-899-1213

Pairings Contact: Bonnie Martineck 479-426-2695

Scoring Contacts: Dori Clement or Wanda Barloon

Today's Play @ BV Golf Courses - BVPOA

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CAPTAINS, Look for email for WGC for instructions.

Remember, all putts must be holed out. No Mats or tees in the Fairway.

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Timeline

Pairings

Sunday 11 am Deadline to sign up online.

Player Lists are available on the Golf Genius website. Not on the Player List or forgot to sign up? Are you listed and not playing or need to cancel? Please contact the Pairings Chair by 3 pm Monday; texting is fine.

Monday 7 pm Pairings available.

Monday After 7pm through Wednesday Night: Contact the Weekly Pairings Contact for additions and cancellations.

Thursday Morning: If you need to cancel, call golf course directly, as well as your captain. If you find yourself able to play, go to course and see if they have opening. However, you will not be eligible for prize award.

Scoring

Thursday Deadline to score online - within 1 hour of completing round. Score card should be sent to BVWGC.SCORING@GMAIL.COM

Results

Friday 10 am Results available.

Captain's Duties (Revised 2/28/2022)

The captain is the first player listed in each group on the Tee Sheet/Pairings report. She should contact each member of her group to confirm date, time and course for the following Thursday play day. On Thursday, she is responsible for checking in her group in the Pro Shop, picking up the cart tags and scorecards, as well as coordinating payment of greens and cart fees.

The captain should read all instructions on the scorecard to her group and make sure the group understands the game of the day. The captain should make sure someone in her group completes live scoring of the round and two other players keep written scorecards. Gross scores should be entered on mobile devices and 2 scorecards for each player on each of the round’s 18 holes. After play is complete, the group should verify hole by hole scores and total scores. If the live scoring and scorecard do not match once submitted, the team or individual whose scores do not match will be disqualified. Be sure to put a signed scorecard in the WGC Scoring box for that purpose which is found near the cart barn on each course.

The captain should be certain that holes are circled when a player makes her first birdie or eagle. Also write birdie or eagle on the scorecard so the Scoring chair will realize that she needs to pass the information on to the Awards chair.

Captains are encouraged to ask for help from their group when needed. While this activity is greatly appreciated and necessary, please contact our Pairings Chair at the start of the season if you do not wish to be captain for any reason.

Cancellations

Notify the Pairing Committee Weekly Contact and your Team Captain as soon as possible

Each week, the pairings committee has a designated 'Weekly Contact'. The Weekly Contact's information can be found on the pairings sheet.

Members are responsible for letting the Weekly Contact and her team captain know if she is unable to play after pairings are published. Please make the contact as soon as possible if a cancellation is necessary.

No Shows

Cancellations called into the Weekly Contact after pairings are completed will incur NO PENALTY. No Shows on play days will be removed from the sign-up sheet for the next regular play day. (Note: Regular play days do not include Special Tournaments.)

No Shows are defined as "members who do not notify the pairings committee weekly contact or the clubhouse prior to the start of play". This penalty applies whether or not the play day is canceled or not completed for any reason.

Games

Updated: April 1, 2020

Game Descriptions

Understanding the Flights for 2020

A,B,C,D, will be the name of the Flights this year.

AAAA is in Flight, 4 person team.

AA is in Flight, 2 person team.

ABAB-CDCD means that 2 A players and 2 B players will make a team and will play against like foursomes; 2 C players and 2 D players will make a team and will play against like foursomes.

AB-CD means an A player and B player will make a team and will play against like twosomes; a C player and a D player will make a team and will play against like twosomes.

2 Person Net Best Ball : Play own ball. Record gross score only. Total gross score for 18 holes. Team score is best net on each hole.

2 Person Scramble: Each player hits from the tee: the preferred shot is selected and each player plays the next shot from within one club length of the mark, no nearer the hole. This format continues until the ball is holed. 2 drives must be used by each player per 9 holes.

4 Person 1-2-3 Net Best Ball Waltz: Play own ball. Record gross score only. Total gross score for 18 holes. Team score is based on 1 net best ball on hole 1, 2 net best balls on hole 2, 3 net best balls on hole 3, 1 net best ball on hole 4, etc.

4 Person Low Net Ball and High Net Ball: Play own ball. Record gross score only. Total gross score for 18 holes. Team score is based on low net ball and high net ball on each hole.

4 Person Net Best Ball : Play own ball. Record gross scores only. Total gross score for 18 holes. Team score is the total net of the 2 scores used.

4 Person Net Best Ball MIX : Play own ball. Record gross score only. Total gross score for 18 holes. Team score is based on 1 net best ball from holes 1 to 9, 2 net best ball from holes 10 thru 17, and 3 net best balls from hole 18.

4 Person Net Best Ball Stableford: Play own ball. Record gross score only. Total gross score. Team score is total points based on best 2 players’ net bogeys (1 point), net pars (2 points), net birdies (3 points), and net eagles (4 points) for each hole.

4 Person Yellow Net Ball: Play own ball. Use yellow ball, if it’s your turn. Record gross score only. Team score is based on yellow ball and one net best ball of other three players. Each player alternates playing the yellow ball on each hole. Player 1 plays yellow ball first, player 2 plays yellow ball on hole 2, etc. If the yellow ball is lost, player will finish the hole with a new ball and post their score with the penalty. Next player in rotation uses that ball and it becomes the designated “yellow” ball. Teams are not disqualified if the yellow ball is lost.

Fs & Ts: Play own ball. Record only gross score. Total gross score for 18 holes. Team score is total of two best NET scores on holes that begin with Fs and Ts (#2, 3, 4, 5, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15).

Individual Drop 3 Worst Net holes : Play own Ball. Record gross scores only. Total gross score for 18 holes. Drop the three worst holes.

Individual Low Net Stableford : Play own ball. Record gross score only. Total gross score for 18 holes. Points are based on a player’s net bogeys (1 point), net pars (2 points), net birdies (3 points), and net eagles (4 points).

Low Gross / Low Net: Play own ball. Record gross score only. Total gross score for 18 holes.

ONES: Play own ball. Record only gross score. Total gross score for 18 holes. Team score is total of two best NET scores or holes that begin with the letters O.N.E.S (#1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 16, 17, 18).

Two Club

The Two Club is a golf group that anyone can join. The only requirement for membership is that a gross “2” is scored while playing with a Two Club member or members.

Score a gross “2” (usually a birdie on a par 3) AND ASK if anyone is a member of the Two Club.

If so, pay each Two Club member $1.00. You are then a member for life.

Once a Two Club member, whenever you score a “2”, you must ask if anyone in the group is a Two Club member. If there are any, EACH person owes you $1.00. Thereafter, if you are playing with someone who scores a “2”, you either receive $1.00 from them, if they wish to join, or YOU pay them $1.00 if they are already a member.

If you score a “2” on a hole and ARE NOT playing with a Two Club member, YOU CANNOT JOIN THE CLUB yet.

Official Two Club pins are available for purchase at cost from the Awards Chair.

Maximum Strokes Allowed per Handicap Scoring

The maximum hole score for handicap purposes is NET DOUBLE BOGEY.

NET DOUBLE BOGEY = Double Bogey + any handicap strokes you receive

Example: A player with a Course Handicap of 10 receives 1 stroke on holes allocated 1 through 10. On a par 4 hole with a stroke index of 5, their net bogey is 7 (double bogey + 1).

WGC scoring will automatically adjust stroke controls for handicap. Always post gross score.