PARTNERS CHALLENGE TOURNAMENT
Aug. 5th & 12th – Rain day Aug. 19
Participation is OPTIONAL for members.
DO NOT sign up if you can’t play both weeks.
Choose a partner whose handicap is within 5 strokes of yours.
Starting times will be emailed to you before the tournament.
Week 1. BEST BALL — Each player plays her own golf ball throughout the round. On each hole the low net score -or “best ball” of the twosome serves as the team score. Score cards will be “stroked” according to your handicap.
Week 2. ALTERNATE SHOT ( Modified Chapman) — Both players tee off. Select the best shot. The player whose shot was not chosen, hits the second shot and you then alternate shots until the ball is holed. Record one score for the team. Repeat on each tee. Partner’s handicaps are added together and divided in half for a team handicap. Subtract this handicap from the gross score for your team’s net score.
Non-tournament players CAN still play golf on “Partners Challenge” days by signing up on the tee sheet posted on the bulletin board. Tournament players tee off first on tournament day at 8:00. Last year we had 32 golfers in the tournament. If you cannot play those days, sign up on the non tournament list, and you will be given a tee time starting around 9:00.
SIGN-UP DEADLINE IS JULY 29.
This is a reminder for;
GOLF FOR THE CURE EVENT – BRING A FRIEND DAY – JULY 15TH
The Golf for the Cure event is a 10 am shotgun. Come at 9 am for coffee and treats, to check in, buy your raffle tickets, and finding out which hole you will start on.
PAYMENT: $16 check for each golfer is due by July 1, payable to Lakeview Ladies. If you are not going to be at golf next week, and you have not paid yet, then please mail your check to Linda Hoffmann. (Address below). If you use a riding cart, pay for that at the desk on the day of golf.
PRIZES: To make it more fun, we are asking each of you to bring a golf related item, wrapped in a box or bag, and place it on the prize table, just inside the door, when you arrive on the 15th. We will have a special drawing for these “white elephant golf items” after lunch.
RAFFLE TICKETS: We have many prizes that have been donated by stores, etc. These will be available to those of you who have bought raffle tickets that morning when you arrive. Single ticket is $2; 3 for $5; or 7 for $10. Cash or check to Susan G. Komen/Golf for the Cure.
DONATIONS for our on course event (Closest to pin #6) is $10. A sticker will be placed on your name tag to indicate if you have donated this amount. That will let you participate at the par 3 #6 hole. The donation is optional. Again, checks written to Susan G. Komen. Pay the $10 when you write your $16 check for golf, or pay it on the day of our event.
POTLUCK LUNCHEON: Sign up sheet for food is on the bulletin board. If you won’t be there on the 1st or 8th, then just bring a food item on the day of golf.
Questions or payment for golf: Linda Hoffmann, 952 471 8160. Send checks to her at: 1254 Loma Linda Ave. Mound 55364
Your hard working committee members……Marsha Smith, Irene Anderson, Ruthie Mesick, Dee McMillan, Char Schmuck, Jan Ludington, Linda Hoffmann, and Leone McGlone
STROKE TOURNAMENT RULES
Dates: June 10, June 17, June 24, 2015 (Rain Day – July 1)
This is a three week tournament. Everyone plays; but only two scores are necessary to participate. IF you are able to play at least two out of the three weeks, then you are considered a participant of this tournament and have a chance to win. Scoring sheets will be posted on the bulletin board for each of the 3 flights.
The best two out of three scores, minus your handicap, will determine your score for this tournament. There will be a first place and a second place winner for each flight. We play rain or shine unless play is postponed by the Tournament Chairmen due to thunder & lightening. You have the option to not play, due to rainy weather, if you so choose.
If your handicap changes mid month, use your new handicap for the final two weeks of tournament. Always check the handicap revision sheet prior to golfing. It is always posted on the bulletin board.
New members without handicaps will post their gross scores. If you receive a handicap during the tournament, you may use it for all three weeks.
Linda Hoffmann and Leone McGlone
Lakeview Ladies of Timber Creek
Tee Off Against Breast Cancer and Bring a Friend – combined event.
For a nominal contribution you can help take the early detection of breast cancer message to all women golfers. You can help us save lives on behalf of the Susan B. Komen Foundation. Your support will make a difference. And there are great prizes!
Partner’s Challenge Tournament
Participation is OPTIONAL for members, DO NOT sign-up if you can’t play both weeks. Choose a partner whose 9-hole handicap is within 5 strokes of yours. Starting times will be posted on the bulletin board.
Week 1: Best Ball — Each player plays her own golf ball throughout the round. On each hole the low net score – or “best ball” – of the twosome serves as the team score. Score cards will be “stroked” according to your handicap.
Week 2: Modified Chapman — Both players tee off. Select the best shot. The player whose shot was not chosen hits the second shot and you then alternate shots until the ball is holed. Record one score for the team. Repeat on each tee. Partner’s handicaps are added together and divided in half for a team handicap. Subtract this handicap from the gross score for your team’s net score.
Non-tournament players CAN still play golf on “Partners Challenge” days by signing up on the list posted on bulletin board. Tournament players tee off first on tournament day.
The ringer is the tournament which shows each individual member how well she has done on each hole during the season. All members have a ringer card. Yours should be labeled with LAST NAME FIRST at the top and filed alphabetically in the Ringer Card Box. Post your scores each week on the card.
All Season Recognitions
Hole-In-One Eagle Birdies Most Improved Golfer Chip-Ins
Make sure to post your name and the date you performed these magnificent feats on the “Special Events Sheets” on the league bulletin board in the clubhouse.