Tournaments & Events

Pin Day is “usually” played on the first Tuesday of the month. The pin is won and kept by the lowest net score in each flight.

Event Day is played on the last Tuesday of the month. The fee is $1, and all money is returned to the winners.

Yellow & White
Players will alternate teeing off on the yellow and white tees. At the end of the round, the net scores for both players will be added together for their team score. Teams with the lowest combined net score will win. Everyone will also be encouraged to wear yellow and white on this day.

Member/Member
This is a two-person team two-week tournament. The format for week one is “4 Ball” where the team player’s lowest net score per hole is their team score. Week two is “Best Ball Scramble.” You will have the same partner for the two-weeks. The lowest two week team net score is the winner. Everyone will play from the yellow tees both weeks.

League Championship Tournament
The League Champion is the player with the Low Gross Total for two days of play from the green tees. The Forward Tees Champion is the player with Low Gross Total for two days of play from the yellow tees. A maximum of 20 handicap is used for all players, green or yellow tees. Prizes are awarded for Low Gross and Low Net in each flight: one prize per player. Further instructions will be communicated prior to League Championship Play dates.

Solheim Cup
This is a two-week match play event. It consists of two teams (A&B). Each team has a field of ladies with various handicaps and both yellow and green tee players. Players from team A are matched up with players from team B of an equal caliber. The team with the most match play points over the two-week period wins the event.

Cha Cha Cha
In the 4-man Cha Cha Cha event, each member of the team plays her ball throughout the round. On the par 3s (Cha), the one lowest net score of the team is used as the team score. On the par 4s (Cha Cha), the two lowest net scores of the team are used as the team score. On the par 5s (Cha Cha Cha), the three lowest net scores of the team are used as the team score.

Beat the Pro
For Beat the Pro regular golf is played. The pro will also be golfing. If your net score is lower than the pro’s gross score, you have beaten the pro. Everyone with a lower score wins the event.

T & F refers to the first letter of the hole numbers on the course. This game counts only the score recorded on the holes beginning with “T” and “F.” There are nine holes, four on the front and
five on the back. Each player will play regular golf on the nine holes assigned to them (front or back). Circle the net score for the “T” and “F” holes and record that total on the scorecard. A player from the other nine will be randomly selected to be your partner. Your two net scores will be added together to become the 9-hole score for your 2-person team. Lowest score wins. Ties will be decided by a scorecard playoff.

Skills Challenge is an individual event. The course/range/putting green will be set up to test various skills (ex. putting, chipping, drives, bunker shots).

Guest Day
Our league invites Fox Den, Oak Ridge, Lakeside, and Rarity Bay 9-hole ladies leagues to join us for golf and lunch.

Orange Ball
Each player in a foursome plays the orange ball for a hole. Rotation should be decided before starting the first hole and continue through the 9 holes. Post the orange ball score at the top of the scorecard. On each hole, add the low net score for the foursome to the Orange Ball score. This is the team score. Low team score on front and back wins.

Throw Out is an individual handicapped event. Both gross and net scores shall be kept on each hole and totaled at the end of the round. The pro will “throw out” the net scores from two holes and will then deduct those scores from the 9 holes played. The lowest net scores on front and back win. The “throw out” holes will not be known prior to play. The 9-hole gross score will be used for posting purpose only.

Pink Ribbon Breast Cancer Tournament
All participants pay an entry fee of $20, which is donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation. This is an individual event.  Low net scores determine the winners in 4 flights. Free mulligans, free putts, free toss are a few of the fun incentives. In addition, as many as 25–30 door prizes will be given, along with 20 game prizes. All players play from the yellow tees. It’s an event you don’t want to miss!