Frequently Asked Questions

Check-In
Tee-Off Time
Payment of Green Fees
Prize Fund
Extras
Range Balls
Tees Played
Score Cards
Slow Play - Pick Up the Pace
League Out-of-bounds Rule
Where's Legends?
Where's Stonecreek?
Where's Coyote Lakes?
Where's 500 Club?
Where's Orange Tree?
How is scoring done?
How are Ties Broken?
What do you do when you arrive at the golf course?
How is the handicap calculated?
Equitable Stroke Control
Ladies Course Rating/Par versus Mens
Memorable quote
Tournament Formats

 

Check-In:

Check-In will be performed by a League Officer on duty in the Club House
restaurant prior to the round.  All players should proceed to the Club House
to check in upon arrival at the course.  Check-in will close 15 min. prior to
tee off (see Tee-Off Time below).  If arrival is 15 min. from tee off time,
please pay at the Pro Shop and show receipt to the League Officer performing
check-in (in their cart) to be checked off.

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Tee-Off Time:
 


The Tee-Off time is 4:30 pm on Tuesdays.  You should be in your carts
10-15 minutes before tee-off.   Carts GPS screens will denote your Team
name and starting hole.  If you cannot find a cart with your Team name,
please proceed to the Pro Shop for your hole/cart assignment.

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Prize Fund: 

There is an optional Prize Fund of $3 for a 2/3 , 1/3  pool for Low Net player
award and Closest to the Pin award, each for the entire League each week.

Your Prize Fund Fee must be paid to the League Officer on duty in the course
restaurant prior to the beginning of the round.  Awards will be made after
the Golf League scoring program has calculated standings for that week
(i.e. payment will be made the following week) by the League Officer on
duty.

If you are not available the following week after winning one of the Prize
Fund awards, the League will hold your winnings until the next time you
are available at the course.

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Payment of Green Fees: 

League check-in and Green Fees collection will be completed by a League Officer
on duty in the course restaurant prior to the beginning of the round.  So, please
proceed to the Clubhouse to check-in and pay your fees the evening of your round.
Fees do not include the optional Prize Fund (See Prize Fund for details).  Please note
that Range Balls are not included in your Green Fees (See Range Balls for details).
Also note that check-in by League Officer will end 15 min. prior to tee off.  If you
arrive at 4:15 pm or after, please proceed to the Pro Shop to pay your green fees
and show your receipt to the League Officer on duty (in their cart) for proper check-in
accounting.

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Extras: 

The 500 Club will allow extra PEAC Golfers (max. 5 foursomes) to play at
the same time and for the same rate as the League.
An E-mail should send to the Peac Treasurer by Sunday prior to Tuesday's League Play
indicating you intend to play as an extra. Once you are at the course, please notify the League Officer
on duty in the course restaurant at check-in that you would like to play as a League
extra for a given round.  Don't forget to pay your Green Fees (See Payment of Green Fees
for details).

The course will not extend the PEAC League discounts to other than League members
to prevent abuse by other than identified members (e.g. the Public).
 

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Range Balls: 

Range Balls will be available, 28 per $2 token purchased from the course Pro Shop.


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Tees Played:
 

Men will play from the Regular (White) tees at The 500 Club.  The White tees
are 6202 yards with a course rating of 69.0 and a slope of 118.

Women will play from the Forward (Red) tees at The 500 Club.  The Red tees
are 5508 yards with a course rating of 71.3 and a slope of 125.


The following is The 500 Club tee information.

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Score Cards: 


Only one "official" score card is needed by the League Scorekeeper to 
enter and calculate the scores. If a player wishes to keep track of their 
game during the round, please do so on additional score cards...NOT 
the "official" score card. 

Please also make them legible! Otherwise they could be interpreted 
incorrectly. 

Score cards must include the first and last name of each player (an 
initial for either the first, or last name is OK also), the Team names, 
score totals, the date the round was played, and signatures from a member 
of both Teams. 

Signed score cards must be turned in at the completion of the round to 
the following identified individual, or their designated representative (just 
look for who's collecting the score cards - if in doubt...just ask): 

Tuesday Sub-League:  Sharon Wilson 

If your round ends before anyone begins collecting the score cards, 
and you need to leave, please turn in your score card to the Pro Shop. 

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Slow Play - Pick Up the Pace: 


Slow play is a problem common to most clubs and a concern of all Golf 
Committees. In an attempt to cope with slow play and provide an enjoyable 
environment for League play, the Rules Committee is recommending that all 
members read, understand and adhere to the following guidelines: 

  1. Before starting each round of golf, know your handicap and familiarize
    yourself with the local rules.
  2. Do not practice swing or waggle unnecessarily.
  3. Size up your shot while other players are playing their shots so that you
    are ready to play when it is your turn.
  4. Line up where your ball lands with objects in that area to avoid spending
    excess time looking for the ball. Remember you have a maximum of
    3 minutes to look for a Lost Ball!
  5. Do not distract and delay other players with idle chatter.
  6. A golfer should putt continuously until the ball is in the hole unless this 
    requires standing in another golfer's line.
  7. Save your scorekeeping until the next tee, not the putting green.
  8. Park the golf cart at a point between the putting green and the access to
    the next tee. Never park the golf cart on the front of the green unless the
    access to the next tee is from the front.
  9. Play ready golf. There are no "honors" in the PEAC Golf League.
  10. If you are closer to the green and ready to hit before one of your playing 
    partners, then hit your shot. Don't wait!
  11. Always keep within a shot of the group you are following. If you lose 
    touch with the group in front and you notice that the following group is 
    always waiting for you to move before playing their shots, then wave 
    them through. No group should have to ask to be allowed to play 
    through. If you are more than one hole distant from the group in front 
    and the following group asks to play through, then let them. Don't argue. 
    This is not an PEAC rule - it is one of the fundamental etiquettes of golf!

The goal for finishing a nine (9) hole match is two hours, fifteen minutes (2:15) 
or less. Any foursome that a Golf League Officer or Course Ranger has warned 
about slow play on two separate occasions during a round of play may be subject 
to an eight stroke penalty. The foursome may be asked to pick up and move 
to the next hole. In that case, each player of the foursome must mark that hole 
with a Max (i.e. 'M'). 

Teams that are written up for slow play on two separate occasions during a 
single League season, may be subject to an eight point penalty. 

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Out-of-bounds Rule:

If a ball is "deemed" to be out-of-bounds (i.e. if the ball has crossed
a boundary  of the course marked with white stakes) and a provisional
ball was not played, then a two-stroke penalty will be added to the
golfer's score instead of the usual stroke-and-distance penalty.  The
ball can be dropped two club lengths from the point that the ball entered
the out-of-bounds area.

NOTE:  In the case of the Out-of-Bounds Rule, "deemed" means either
the ball has been observed by someone, found by someone, or declared
by the owner, to have entered the out-of-bounds area.
 
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Where's Legends? 

            The Legend at Arrowhead
            21027 N. 67th Ave.
            Glendale, AZ  85308-6401

            Ph: 623-561-1902

The Legend at Arrowhead is located a few blocks north of Loop 101,
the Agua Fria Freeway at 67th Ave.  One way to get there from Alcatel-Lucent
is to take Loop 101 West from 27th Ave. to 67th Ave., North on 67th
Ave. to W. Legend Blvd. (the 3rd right), turn right and go East for a
short distance into The Legend parking lot.

 

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Where's Stonecreek? 


            Stonecreek Golf Club
            4435 E. Paradise Village Pkwy. South
            Paradise Valley, AZ  85032

            Ph: 602-953-9110

The Stonecreek Golf Club is located in beautiful Paradise Valley
just South of the Paradise Valley Mall on E. Paradise Village Parkway
South.  One way to get there from Lucent is to take Loop 101 East
from 27th Ave. (yes, that's right from 27th Ave., which is West of I-17
at John C. Lincoln Hospital.  Otherwise, from 23rd Ave. you have to
drive East on Beardsly to 7th Ave. to enter Loop 101.) to N. Tatum
Blvd., turn right (not left or you'll wind up at Wildfire) and proceed
South past the Paradise Valley Mall about 1/4 mile across E. Cactus
Rd., turn right onto E. Paradise Village Parkway South and follow this
to the Club House (about 1/4 to 1/2 mile) on your left.

 

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Where's Coyote Lakes?

Coyote Lakes Golf Club
18800 Coyote Lakes Pkwy
Surprise, Arizona 85374
(623) 566-2323

Start out going West on W UTOPIA RD toward W YORKSHIRE DR. 0.34 mi
W UTOPIA RD becomes W YORKSHIRE DR. 0.16 mi
Turn RIGHT onto N 27TH AVE.  0.47 mi
Turn LEFT onto AZ-101 LOOP W 7.08 mi
Take the UNION HILLS DR exit- exit number 15. 0.32 mi
Turn RIGHT onto W UNION HILLS DR. 4.30 mi
Turn RIGHT onto N 115TH AVE. 0.16 mi
Turn LEFT. 0.04 mi.
Estimated time: 18 minutes
Total miles: 12.85 miles




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Where's 500 Club?

 The 500 Club Golf Course
   4707 West Pinnacle Peak Road
   Glendale, Arizona 85310-3825
   (623) 492-9500

From West Phoenix

Loop 101 West to 59th Avenue North.
59th Avenue for 3 miles.
The 500 Club will be on your right.

From North Scottsdale

Loop 101 to I-17 North to Pinnacle Peak Road.
West on Pinnacle Peak Rd for 3 miles.
The 500 Club will be on your left (south side of the road).

From Downtown Phoenix & Sky Harbor International Airport

I-17 North to Pinnacle Peak Road.
West on Pinnacle Peak Rd for 3 miles.
The 500 Club will be on your left (south side of the road).

From Southeast Phoenix

I-17 North to Pinnacle Peak Road.
West on Pinnacle Peak Rd for 3 miles.
The 500 Club will be on your left (south side of the road).

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Where's Orange Tree?

The Orange Tree Golf Resort
10601 N. 56th Street
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Ph:  (480) 948-6100

Directions:

From Airport - Exit the Airport following the sign for SR 51 (Squaw Peak Expressway). Proceed north on the SR 51 for approximately 13 miles taking the Shea Blvd. exit. Turn right (east) on Shea Blvd. approximately 2.5 miles to 56th Street. Turn left (north) on 56th Street. The entrance is located on the right hand side (east) of 56th Street.

From I-10 Eastbound - Exit onto SR 51 (Squaw Peak Expressway) north. Proceed north on the SR 51 for approximately 13 miles taking the Shea Blvd. exit. Turn right (east) on Shea Blvd. approximately 2.5 miles to 56th Street. Turn left (north) on 56th Street. The entrance is located on the right hand side (east) of 56th Street.

From I-10 Westbound - Exit onto SR 51 (Squaw Peak Expressway) north. Proceed north on the SR 51 for approximately 13 miles taking the Shea Blvd. exit. Turn right (east) on Shea Blvd. approximately 2.5 miles to 56th Street. Turn left (north) on 56th Street. The entrance is located on the right hand side (east) of 56th Street.

From I-17 South - Exit at the Thunderbird Road exit and turn left (east). Proceed approximately 10.3 miles until you reach 56th Street. (During this portion of your trip the road you are traveling on, Thunderbird Rd., will change its name to Cactus Rd. Don't be concerned -- you should remain on this street.) Turn right (south) on 56th Street. The entrance is located on the left hand side (east) of 56th Street.

From SR 51 (Squaw Peak Expressway) South: Exit at the Cactus Road exit and turn left (east). Proceed approximately 2.75 miles until you reach 56th Street. Turn right (south) on 56th Street. The entrance is located on the left hand side (east) of 56th Street.

 


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How is scoring done?

The PEAC Golf League plays a mixture of match play and stroke play over
nine holes. Each team sends out two members to play in each match. Each
player of the team will compete in match play with each of the members of
the other team.

The League scoring revolves around giving points for each match that is won.
One point is given for each match play game that is won and four points given
for the overall stroke play. That is, you play each of your opponents in match
play for one point per match.  The score for the hole minus your handicap for
the hole is used to determine the winner of the hole.  If your opponent is a woman,
then the scoring program adjusts the woman golfer’s handicap as indicated in|
Ladies Course Ratings/Par versus Mens according to the difference in course
rating for men and women golfers. Please note that this also affects the giving
of strokes when your opponent is a woman golfer. 
See below for applying
handicap to the hole.  If you win your match against one of your opponents by
winning more holes than your opponent (match play), then you gain one point.
If you win against both your opponents, you get two points. If your partner loses
against one of his or her opponents, the other team gets one point. If your partner
ties against one of his or her opponents by winning the same number of holes,
your partner and the other team each get one-half point. You now count up the
total strokes you and your partner took in stroke play, subtract your combined
handicap and compare it to your opponents team score.  The team with the lower
combined score is awarded four points (stroke play).  Here again, if your opponent
or opponents are women golfers, the scoring program adjusts the women golfers’
handicaps according to the difference in course rating for men and women.  See
Ladies Course Ratings/Par versus Mens for details.

                                                 It's easy, isn't it????

Match Play:                Player A - handicap 6                      Player B -handicap 9

Player A gives Player B three strokes. What does that mean? The scorecard on
every golf course rates each of its eighteen holes by handicap (level of difficulty)
from 1 through 18 with 1 being the hardest. Player A would give the three strokes
on the three hardest holes rated 1 - 3. But wait, most courses rate each nine holes
with either odd or even handicaps. Therefore, Player A would give the three
strokes either on the holes marked 1, 3, 5 on one side or on holes marked 2, 4, 6
on the other nine.  Also, the rating of the holes is different between men and women
golfers, so the scoring program adjusts for this difference when giving strokes
depending upon whether the opponent is a man or woman golfer.  The scoring
program adjustments to a woman golfer’s handicap also affect the giving of strokes.
See Ladies Course Ratings/Par versus Mens for more details.

Player A takes a 4 on the hardest hole, Player B also takes a 4. Player B has a
stroke and therefore, for the purposes of match play only, has taken a 3. Player B
marks a 4 down in the scorecard for stroke play and optionally indicates that he
or she won that hole in match play (typically by circling the score).

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How are Ties Broken?

Match points ties (i.e. See How is scoring done? for details) and Low Net competitions
during the PEAC Golf League season including tournaments inevitably occur.

Ties are broken by comparison of score taken by competing players on the hardest hole(s)
ranked by difficulty (i.e. the score on the hardest hole played first, and if still tied,
by the next hardest hole, and so on until the tie is broken.

Two different algorithms are used to break ties depending on the kind of tie that occurs,
as follows.

Low Net Tie

A Low Net tie, either during the regular season match competition or during a season
tournament, is broken by hardest hole comparison of the players gross scores.  Gross
scores are used since net score was already used to reach a tie.

EXAMPLE:  If two players A and B are tied for Low Net competition after the net scores
for a round are ranked, and Player A shot a gross score of 6 on the hardest hole, and
Player B shot a gross score of 5 on the hardest hole, then Player B would win the Low Net
competition.

Match Points Tie - League Playoffs

Match points ties during regular season matches do not require ties to be broken.  They
will generally resolve after the next match.  However, match points ties during League Playoffs
must be resolved to move a team to the next bracket in the League Playoffs single elimination
competition.  Because of this, a match points tie (i.e. See How is scoring done? for details)
is broken by hardest hole comparison of team net scores and is covered by the PEAC Golf
League Rules section 3.10 The League Tournament (Sub-League Playoffs) and the PEAC
Golf League's scoring program.  All four players of the match are allocated their real course
handicaps for the hardest holes, then team net scores are compared to determine the winner.

EXAMPLE: If two teams A and B are tied for match points during scoring of a League Playoff
match; Team A, Player 1 has a HDCP of 3 and shot a 5 on the hardest hole; Team A, Player 2
has a HDCP of 8 and shot a 5 on the hardest hole; Team B Player 1 has a HDCP of 11 and shot
a 5 on the hardest hole; Team B, Player 2 has a HDCP of 8 and shot a 7 on the hardest hole; then
Team A net score would be 8 (i.e. 4 [5 shot by Team A Player 1, minus 1 HDCP stroke, plus 4
[5 shot by Team A Player 2, minus 1 HDCP stoke]) and Team B net score would be 9 (i.e. 3
[5 shot by Team B Player 1, minus 2 HDCP strokes], plus 6 [7 shot by Team B Player 2, minus
1 HDCP stroke]), thus Team A wins, breaking the tie.

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What do you do when you arrive at the golf course?

Golf carts will have been set up with the team names on them and the hole you will
be starting on. Put your clubs on your cart. If you have checked in early enough there
will be time to hit a bucket of balls (available from the Pro shop) or to practice
putting. The staff at the course will announce that it's time to get in your cart and
head for the assigned tees. Do be prompt! Don't have everyone waiting for you.

Miscellaneous Information to Help You Survive The PEAC Golf League:

  1. Play "READY" golf. If it's not your "honor" but you are ready to hit your shot
    anyway, go ahead and hit it, as long as you are not interfering with someone
    else's shot.

  2. When it's your turn to putt, putt out. Don't mark your ball after your first putt
    unless you are standing on someone else's line.

  3. When someone else is taking a putt (or any other shot), use the time to line up
    your shot so you are ready to play when it is your turn.

  4. Try to park the golf cart between the current green and the next tee. There is
    nothing more annoying to the following group than to stand and wait while you
    walk to the front of the green to get your cart.

  5. You have three minutes in which to find a lost ball. If, at any time during that
    three minutes, the following group is on the tee waiting to hit, you must let it
    through. You can always hit a provisional ball if you think there is a chance that
    you may lose your first attempt.

  6. Always keep an eye on the following group. If they are constantly waiting for
    you while the group ahead of you is disappearing into the distance, then it's time
    to think about letting them through. This is called Etiquette. There is nothing
    disgraceful about letting people play through, in fact, it's encouraged. It's one of
    the first things written in the USGA Rules Of Golf.

  7. While we are on the subject of Etiquette, please try and keep noise on the course
    to a minimum. The only shouting that should be heard is the word "Fore!" and
    that shouldn't be too often (we hope).

  8. SCORECARDS: Some directions for filling in scorecards that will get you in
    the Scorekeeper's good books.

    a.    All writing on scorecards should be legible.

Are we all medical doctors or something that we have to write illegibly
every week?

b.    All scorecards should have the second name of each player on them.

"Bill", "Bill", "Mike" and "Mike'' doesn't mean anything to the Scorekeeper.
You should ask your opponents what their second names are, and put them
on the score card.

c.    All writing on scorecards should be legible.

You should look at your scorecard before handing it in. Are there any
numbers that are ambiguous? The Golf Course has plenty of scorecards in
the Pro Shop so you can re-write the scorecard, if necessary. If the other
team has already left so you can't get a signature then hand in the old one
with the new one.

d.    All scorecards should have the team names on them.

Put the team names in the top margin of the scorecard.

e.    All writing on scorecards should be legible.

Please don't put any other hieroglyphics or strange markings on the
scorecard. The Scorekeeper is not interested in how many putts you took
or how many beers you consumed or whatever else you feel the need to
count. Remember that you are writing the scorecard for someone else to
read who may not be entirely familiar with your interpretation of Arabic
numerals.

f.    All writing on scorecards should be legible.

The Scorekeeper should not have to rely on a Dick Tracy Decoder Ring.

  1. Maximum Score - "Max-ing Out"

Unlike normal stroke play golf, the PEAC Golf League limits the number of
strokes a person can take at any one hole. This works out to be twice the par
plus two - i.e. you can take a maximum of 8 at a par 3, 10 at a par 4, and 12 at
a par 5. Pick up your ball and mark an "M" in your scorecard when you have
taken the maximum for that hole and still haven't holed out. In match play, the
player who holes out on the 10th stroke at a par 4 will beat the player who
maxes out at that hole. Both count as 10 for stroke play purposes.

  1. Scorecards are collected by a League Officer or designated representative at the
    end of the round. If for some reason your scorecard does not get collected, hand
    it in to the Pro Shop and notify the League Scorekeeper as soon as possible.

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How is the handicap calculated?

There have been a number of questions asked in the past about handicaps and how they
are calculated especially for new members to the Golf League. The following is an
attempt to clarify the procedure.

First of all, new players establish their handicap by actual play. The first handicap is
calculated as 85% of the difference between the player's score and the course rating.
Since the League only plays over nine holes, the course rating is taken as half the actual
course rating and is rounded off to the nearest whole number.  Please note that the course
rating for men and women golfers is typically different and results in an adjustment to
match scoring.  Please see Ladies Course Ratings/Par versus Mens for details. 
As the new
member plays more games, the percentage of the difference increases towards 100%.
At the same time, this percentage is used on the best games out of the total number of games
played so far.  The following table will explain the process:

No. of games             % used                Best  games                        
            1                      85                    1
            2                      85                    1 of 2
            3                      85                    1 of 3
            4                      90                    2 of 4  
            5                      90                    2 of 5
            6                      95                    3 of 6
            7                      95                    3 of 7
            8                      100                  4 of 8
            9                      100                  4 of 9
            10                    100                  5 of 10
            11                    100                  5 of 11
            12                    100                  6 of 12
            13                    100                  6 of 13
            14                    100                  7 of 14
            15                    100                  7 of 15
            16                    100                  8 of 16
            17                    100                  8 of 17
            18                    100                  9 of 18
            19                    100                  9 of 19
            20                    100                  10 of 20

 The League database only retains the 20 most recent scores for any player of which the
ten best are used to calculate the handicap.

 EXAMPLE:

The handicap of a player with twenty scores in the database will be calculated by
summing the differences between par and course rating for the ten best scores and
dividing that number by ten. The resultant number is then rounded off to the nearest
whole number.

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Equitable Stroke Control:

Equitable Stroke is another one of those things that puzzle people. Most golfers are
very exact about the length of the putt that they just missed, but ask them about what
scores they normally shoot and they become more vague. Equitable Stroke was
introduced to lessen the temptation of golfers to pad their handicaps (quaintly known
as sandbagging) by limiting the maximum number of shots that can be applied towards
the handicap calculation. Depending on the player's handicap, only so many bogeys or
double-bogeys are allowed. This does not affect the actual score taken in a particular
game but only when that game is used in the handicap calculation. The Equitable Stroke
formula is as follows:

 If a 9-hole handicap is;

            4 or less                    double bogey maximum on any hole

            5 through 9                7 stroke maximum on any hole

            10 through 14            8 stroke maximum on any hole

            15 through 19            9 stroke maximum on any hole

            20 through 25            10 stroke maximum on any hole

The League only allows a maximum handicap of 25 although it may be calculated as
higher than 25.

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Ladies Course Ratings/Par versus Mens:

Quite often we find that the course rating when played from the Ladies tees is different
to that played from the Men's tees. Also, what happens when the par at a particular hole
for the Ladies is different than that for Men?

First of all, the golf scoring program during match outcome calculation adds a number
of strokes equal to the difference in course rating (e.g. 1 stroke added to the woman golfer's
handicap for The 500 Club)
to the player on the harder course. In our case, if the lady's
handicap is now larger than the man's then the man gives strokes on the hardest holes as
indicated on the Ladies Handicap of the scorecard.  On the other hand, if the lady's
handicap is now lower than the man's then the lady gives strokes on the hardest holes
as indicated on the Men's Handicap of the scorecard.

EXAMPLE:

Ms S has a handicap of 10.

Mr B has a handicap of 12.

The course rating at a golf course is 34 for Men and 35 for Ladies. Therefore, Ms S's
handicap becomes 11. She now gives only one stroke, which would be on the hardest 
Men's Handicap hole.

If Ms S's handicap was 12 to start with, then it would be adjusted to 13 and she would
now be given one stroke on the hardest Ladies Handicap hole.

In the case where a hole is rated as a par 5 from the ladies' tee and a par 4 from the
men's tee then the hole is played out head-to-head or with strokes where applicable -
i.e. a lady taking 5 strokes (par) would lose to a man taking 4 strokes (also par).
The golf scoring program in this case adjusts the woman golfer’s handicap to account
for the difference in par between men and women golfers on that nine holes.

The results of the golf scoring program adjustments during match outcome calculation
do not appear in the Golf League’s posted handicaps (e.g. Division and Standings links).
The woman golfer’s “adjusted” handicap only appear on the match score card.

So, in summary, each woman player’s handicap, for example, would be adjusted during
the scoring of the match, by adding 1 stroke to the handicap for course rating, and 1
stroke for par difference, when applicable (e.g. back nine holes 10 – 18 at The 500 Club),
prior to the giving of strokes and calculation of match stroke play and team net match
play outcomes (e.g. for The 500 Club this results in the adjustment of a woman golfer’s
handicap by adding 1 stroke to the handicap on the front nine, and 2 strokes on the back
nine; for two women golfers on the same team, this amounts to 2 strokes total toward
team net match on the front nine and 4 stokes toward team net match on the back nine).

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Memorable quote:

A tree is only "85% air" when it's between your ball and out of bounds and never
when it's between your ball and the green!

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Luc Leemans
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Revised: May 18, 2017 .

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