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FRIDAY MEMBERS’ NIGHT NINE & DINE
WELCOME ONE AND ALL
What a great way to start the weekend, sharing it with friends or making new ones. To start the evening off right, join in on a little fun game of golf, 9 holes on the east course. The fee is $1.00 per person, which is a little incentive or bragging rights if you are the winner of the Competition for the night, don’t despair there is second and third place finishers for the night fun. The brake down for the winning is as follows 50% to the winner, 30% to the runner up and 20% for third place.
Members that wish to participate in the night competition may register on line, at the club pro-shop or present themselves in the lower lounge on Friday evenings before play starts.
Our first evening of fun and games will be Friday May 3rd 2013
If you have any questions, please contact
Ken Doussept Members-President@canadiangolfclub.com
or The Canadian Golf and Country Club website.
FRIDAY MEMBERS’ NIGHT COMPETITION
This is a fun competition in which 9 holes are played on the East Course on Friday evening starting at 5:00 p.m. This year the format for the night competition will be a variety of games with winners every night. Some of the games require a handicap system be used while other are total points. Only the 9 holes played after 5:00 p.m. on Friday evenings will be counted. Regular rules of golf apply. A valid handicap is required for this competition. Here are the games being played, more could be added should there be a need.
Each person’s gross score for nine holes is reduced by one half of their club handicap as established by the Canadian Golf & Country Club Computer base handicap system.
Seven of Nine
The two holes with the largest deviation over par are deducted from each member’s gross score and the resulting Net is used.
Either one or two holes are deleted from the gross score of each member. The holes to be deleted (hidden holes) are established by draw (usually in the pro-shop) after completion of the round
Best Seven Available
The highest and lowest scores are deducted from the total nine played and the resulting Net score is used.
This can be played either as a gross or net game:
1.Gross – Ladies and Men’s names are drawn and the two scores combined as partners. The total score of the two is used.
2. Net – Same draw but the total score for the partnership is reduced by their combined handicap to achieve a net result.
NOTE: If the ladies and men’s participation is uneven then some names can be drawn twice and partnered with another person other than the original draw.
Three Clubs and a Putter
Each person can choose any three clubs and a putter to play the nine holes. The clubs must be stipulated prior to tee-off on the 1st hole and members will be on their honour to adhere to their choice. (Can be Gross or Net).
3.3.3. (Three, Three, Three)
Each member of a foursome is the partner of one of the other members for three holes. The lowest net (or Gross) score for that hole will count. (The Net game needs some planning as each member’s handicap has to be established.) It can be played by drawing names for the foursomes (after the game) of 2 men and 2 ladies. If uneven, some names can be drawn in two different foursomes (example of scorecard is attached).
In this competition handicap strokes are applied to each hole for each player. The NET score is then used to calculate points.
2 or more over par – no points awarded
1 over par ……………………………1
1 under par …………………………..3
2 under par …………………………..4
3 under par …………………………..5
4 under par …………………………..6
The highest number of points wins the game.
Count Holes Starting with “F”, “S” and “T”
Self explanatory can be gross or net.
Odd Holes only count
Self explanatory can be gross or net.
Each competitor is given a string measuring half their handicap in feet During the round he may move the ball any direction from its resting place, subtracting the distance from the piece of string by cutting it and discarding the used portion. When the competitor is out of string he is on his own and no further movement of the ball is permitted. Players may move the ball forward into the cup so long as the distance is deducted from his string.
All these games can be started out as “Play Your Own Game” and the results
can be tabulated after the score cards have been turned in.
If in doubt, just keep scores and let the coordinator work out the results.