AWGA State Medallion Club Team - 9 Hole
|Format:||The competition shall consist of individual stroke play. There shall be an 18-hole competition and a 9-hole competition. Each player shall play her own ball. The team score shall be the total of the gross player’s gross score and the net player’s net score.|
|Eligibility:||Entrants in the State Medallion Club Team Tournament will be the winners of the low gross and low net prizes in her club’s State Medallion Tournament. In the event that the club’s State Medallion Tournament has not been completed for that year at the time of the State Medallion Club Team Tournament, entrants may be the winners from the previous year. In no case may the entrants be the winners from a State Medallion Tournament held more than 1 calendar year prior to the State Medallion Club Team Tournament being entered. Maximum handicap index limits (40.4) shall be used for the 18-hole competition and (20.2) for the 9-hole competition, as specified in the USGA Handicap System Manual. Players may “play down” to that index, if necessary.|
|Index Limit: max: 40.4|
|Field:||Clubs with a large roster of AWGA members as of Sept. 1 of the year the winners are determined, may choose to send additional teams based the total membership.
For 9-hole clubs: 75 members = 1 team; 76-125 members = 2 teams and 126 or more = 3 teams.
For 18-hole clubs: 350 members = 1 team; 351-700 members = 2 teams and 701 or more = 3 teams.
Field size limit: 18 holes - 250 players; 9 holes - 40 players.
|Pairings:||Flights are determined based on the handicap of the gross player using the December 1 revision date. January 1 handicap revisions will be used for tournament play.|
|Prizes:||Perpetual plaques will be awarded to the champions. The tournament will be flighted with prizes awarded in each flight.|
|Restrictions:||There will be NO EXEMPTIONS into this tournament. A player may compete on only one team and represent only one club. The players must appear on the club’s roster at the AWGA office. Nine Hole Clubs administered within an 18-hole club’s print group qualifies as a Nine Hole Club. Players must compete within the division for which the club’s State Medallion was won.|
|Addt'l Info:||There will be two (2) separate stroke play tournaments conducted simultaneously for: 1) AWGA Club Team Medallion Champion (18-hole and 9-hole)|