Men’s Night Handicapping System
We have software to record the 9 hole scores for Men’s Night which calculates a seperate handicap for Men’s Night use only. This software also calculates low gross and net scores for each handicap group as well as rooks and birdies, complete scoring reports will be posted on the web site for each week.
For new members, a handicap will be established after three (3) rounds participation in Men’s Night. As with returning members, all handicaps are based on actual scores in Men’s Night and not on the regular handicap system. The calculation of these handicaps is consistent with RCGA.
Men’s Night Registration
Upon arriving at the golf course on Wednesday night you should register with the pro shop staff. You will then be eligible for all men’s night events. The competition will be among players in 4 different handicap flights. Flight A being the lowest handicap group and Flight D being the highest handicap.
- Two Low Gross Prizes (Gift Certificates $25 & $15) Per Handicap Group
- Two Low Net Prizes (Gift Certificates $25 & $15) Per Handicap Group
- K. P. on hole # 4
- Sand save on hole # 4
- Birdie on # 1, 6 or 9 for Flight D, # 1, 2 or 3 for Flight C, # 1,2 or 8 for Flight B and # 1, 5 or 8 for Flight A
- Birdie on # 11, 13 or 14 for Flight D, # 13, 14 or 16 for Flight C, # 10, 16 or 18 for Flight B and # 10, 15, 18 for Flight A
- Rooks for A, B, C and D handicap flights
- Points Race prizes at year end banquet
Prizes will be given to the low gross and low net winners in each flight. You may win only one of these prizes, but will be the better prize if you place in both Gross and Net competitions. If the prizes are identical, you will be awarded the gross prize.
There are also sponsored prizes, such as long putts, pink pig, etc. These prizes come from different sources. We ask that you support these sponsors whenever you can.
Men’s Night Prizes
There are many prizes available every men’s night. You are qualified for all the hole prizes, gift certificates, golf balls, nachos, free hair styling, wings, pizza and more, sponsored by local businesses (Look for the marker at every hole!) and pro-shop gift certificates.
Birdies made at all the designated holes for your handicap group will be eligible for the prize money allocated for your handicap group ( $ 60 for each handicap group). Prize money will be divided among all winners. If there is no winner for the week, the prize money will enhance the prize table at the “Year End Banquet”.
You must win a hole among all players in your handicap group out-right to win a “Rook” ($ 60 for each handicap group). If there is only one “Rook” registered in your group that player wins all the prize money available. If there are more than one “Rook” registered, the prize money will be divided in equal shares among all winners. If there is no winner for the week, the prize money will enhance the prize table at the “Year End Banquet”.
K. P. on Hole # 4
Ball must be on green to be eligible. If you are the winner, you win not only the prize money $ 50 , but also the right to take part in the “Year End K. P. Shoot-Out” Competition. If you win more, you get more shots at the competition. If there is no winner for the week, the prize money will enhance the prize table at the “Year End Banquet”.
Sand Save on Hole # 4
Whether you purposefully or unfortunately put your ball in the sand trap. If you are able to make par or better for the hole, you are eligible for the prize money $ 50 . Prize money will be divided among all winners. If there is no winner for the week, the prize money will enhance the prize table at the “Year End Banquet”.
You must hand in your completed score card with name, date, etc. after you finish the front nine. Once the last group is in, no card will be accepted for prize calculation. All prize winners will be verified by the Men’s Night Scoring team and prizes will be available for pick up by the following Men’s Night. Please check with the pro-shop often to reduce its responsibility for your winnings.