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Thursday Night Best Ball

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Harry & Chuck Graber are the tournament champs again for 2018. Doug Wesson & Jerami Barnes battled til the end.

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 2018 Best Ball Roster

pdfBest Ball Player Contact Info

   
Division 1 . Early 4-5pm .
Last Name First Name
Team 1  
Weeks Erik
Fields Brandt
Team 2  
Thornburg Tim
Thornburg Dave
Team 3  
Vitt Frank
Schlabach Bruce
Team 4  
Hamilton Jason
Ruble Brock
Team 5  
Davis Bob
Davis Chris
Team 6  
Fuerst Shawn
Jordan Shawn
Team 7  
Coleman Michael
Coleman Mark
Team 8  
Alkire David
Casto Ed
Team 9  
Daniels Jere
Shank Ken
Team 10  
Frederick Scott
Frederick Michael
Team 11  
Keck Randy
Dawson Tim
Team 12  
Thornburg Tami
Thornburg Chuck
Team 13  
Cooksey Tom
Bailey Chris
Team 14  
Barnes Jerami
Wesson Doug
   
   
Division 2 .
Late 5-6 pm .
Last Name First Name
Team 15  
Wick Matt
Collins Dustin
Team 16  
Walters Russell
McCall Mike
Team 17  
Heaberlin David
Johnston Darrell
Team 18  
Anderson Todd
Kite Steve
Team 19  
Ringler Miker
Carroll Larry
Team 20  
Shipp Shaun
Louth Chris
Team 21  
Jenkins Ken
McClellan Greg
Team 22  
Lyons Cody
Fowler Travis
Team 23  
Graber Chuck
Graber Harry
Team 24  
Wolford Jeff
Gleeson Larry
Team 25  
Harmison Bob
McCall Steve
Team 26  
Hutchins Jon
Atwood Dan
Team 27  
Gantz Tyson
Ford Ron
Team 28  
Edgar Wes
Kerns Scott

 

™First 15 weeks will be matches played within your division including 2 position rounds (weeks 7 & 15)

2 Divisions: 14 Teams each
Early 4:00-5:00 pm tee off
Late 5:00-6:00 pm tee off

™Week #16 (August 9) Division Payout Parties
Fun Game, Regular Season Division Payouts
Eats & Prizes provided by LHGC

™Match Play Bracket Tournament Begins August 16:  Both divisions, all players combine, Single Elimination

™Culminates in 2-week (9 holes + 9 holes) Final Match to determine overall tournament winners

™Cash Payouts: 1/3 to each div, 1/3 tournament

Best Ball League Information:

  • League Dues for the regular season incl first night of tournament play will be as follows:
    Per half regular season (First half paid by April 26; Second half paid by June 14)
    Fees include applicable greens/cart fees per individual situation
    Riders:  $181.50 per half
    Walkers:  $134 per half
    LHGC Members (walkers or annual cart members): $20 per half
    LHGC Members who do not have annual cart can purchase a Members Cart Card for weekly use

  • GROSS SKINS are available weekly for $2. Sign in and pay at the desk each week.
  • Thursday Evening 9-hole Golf League scheduled at 4:30-5:30 pm. If you and your opponents agree to play earlier please make a tee time and be aware that public play may be on the course.
  • Best Ball format will be played with two player teams playing head to head matches. Best Ball is played as each player playing his own ball through the hole. The lowest net score (with handicap) of the two is the “team score” for the hole.
  • WHITE tees. (70+ have option to play SILVER and Ladies have the option to play RED).
  • USGA Rules govern all play with the exception of Out of Bounds to be played as follows to save time: Drop ball at point of exit with 1 stroke penalty.
  • You may roll the ball with the club head a maximum of 6" in your own fairway no closer to the hole. The ball should be played “down” as you find it everywhere else.
  • Handicap will be figured at 70% of your 9 hole handicap and will automatically adjust weekly based on your score.
  • Subs/Makeup- We use nightly Subs, not makeup matches. Subs must have already subbed in the league this season to play anytime after July 12. League members are not eligible to sub during tournament. Members are responsible for their sub's applicable nightly fees. NO SHOW teams will be given a score of double bogey for each hole. All players who show up or get a sub (besides their partner playing for them), will receive 1 extra point per match.
  • There will be a weekly closest to the pin contest.
  • Scoring: 20 Point Scoring consists of 2 points for each hole and 2 points for the total score.
  • Conceding the Hole: “Gimme” Putts are okay “Takee” putts are not okay. Double Par will be the max score allowed on any one hole.
  • Pre-playing is allowed on same side of competition, $7 for 9 holes.

PLEASE NOTE SCORING UPDATE TO SUB/NO SHOW POLICY:
NO SHOW teams will be given a score of double bogey for each hole. All players who show up or get a sub (besides their partner playing for both of them), will receive 1 extra point per match for showing up. This is shown in the column below entitled Total Player Points. Team Points represent the match results. Total Points combines the two and determines current standings. (We use nightly Subs, not makeup matches. Subs must have already subbed in the league this season to play anytime after July 12. League members are not eligible to sub during tournament. Members are responsible for their sub's applicable nightly fees.)

How the Game is Played

Two players (partners) play a match against two other players.  In a best ball format, each player on a team plays their ball from where it ends up (no "best shot" or picking up and moving the ball to another location). It can be viewed as each player playing a typical round of golf, with their own score for each hole. The team score for each hole is the lowest score by any one player (subtracting any stroke adjustments for handicap.)  As an example, a team of 2 players score 5 and 5 on a hole. Let's say one of the players gets a handicap adjustment on that hole of 1 stroke.  The team score for this hole would be a 4 because the player's score was 5 less 1 stroke adjustment.  The team score for each hole is compared with one team winning each hole or "halving"  the hole if there is a tie.  The team winning the most holes wins the match.

Handicaps are applied beginning on the most difficult holes on the golf course.  That is determined on the scorecard where each hole is ranked with 1 being the most difficult and 18 being the easiest ranking.  Let's say one player has a 3 handcap and another has a 1 handicap.  The 3 handicapper would get a stroke on each of the three most difficult holes and the 1 handicapper would only get a stroke on the most difficult hole.  These strokes are subtracted from the players actual score on any given hole to determine their net score for that hole.  The lowest net score from one team is compared to the lowest net score from the other team.

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