Follow the flight of all tee shots, not just your own. Once in the fairway, help others look for their ball if you already know the location of yours. Volunteer to fill in a divot or rake a bunker for another player if needed. Be ready to attend the flagstick for others

Saddle Rock Golf Course
July 22, 2016

1st Tee Time:  6:30 a.m

Sign Up Begins: July 8
Sign Up Deadline: July 16

Order of Flights


A leading difficulty with the average player is that he totally misunderstands what is meant by concentration. He may think he is concentrating hard when he is merely worrying...
~ Bobby Jones

Format:  Individual Gross-Net

  • Four flights being formed by total combined USGA handicaps
  • The Lowest Gross Score and the Lowest Net Score in each flight wins
  • A player can win in only one category - Gross or Net

Handicaps Used:

  • 100% of the player's handicap


  • Flights 1                          Blue Markers
  • Flights 2 and 3               White Markers
  • Flights 4                          Gold Markers

Tournament Directions:

  • Exchange scorecard with another player
  • Record Player's Gross Score for each hole
  • To help with the Pace of Play, once a player has hit his 10th shot, the player should pick-up


  • Total the Player's Gross Score
  • Each player must have a score to be posted (For handicap reporting purposes)

Contest Holes:

  • Flight 1      Par 3:    8        Closest Second Shot:   18
  • Flight 2      Par 3:   16       Closest Second Shot:   18
  • Flight 3      Par 3:    5        Closest Second Shot:     9
  • Flight 4      Par 3:   14       Closest Second Shot:     9

Optional Skins Game:

  • Individual Skins:  $10.00 per player  
  • Skins will be based on the Player's Gross Score for each hole

Rounds are to be completed by the time indicated on the scorecard

Time-Stamp Scorecard
at the completion of 9 and 18 holes,
before totaling scores

Scores will be posted by the Tournament Committee