Tee off is at 8:30 or 9AM, running as a shotgun from holes 14-1, depending on the amount of golfers.
Players are asked to submit their handicaps upon registration in order to accommodate a fair pairing during league play.
We have a league fee of $30 that will pay for your year-end lunch and prizes. For all Non-Member players, the green fee for the league is $40 + hst for 18 holes. Golf cart is optional and extra. There will be lunch specials every Monday after the round.
Bring a friend or come alone, everyone is welcome to play!
We will post tee times for all those who have registered, on Friday, May 3rd, 2019. Go to the web page to see your tee time. If your name is not on the page, please email or call to notify us.
2019 Rules of Golf Update
Since there have been some new rules implemented this season, I wanted to highlight a few of the most discussed to make sure we are all playing the same rules. Especially since the Out of Bounds Rule is a local rule. We will be allowing golfers the option to drop the ball in the vicinity of where the ball is lost or out of bounds (including the nearest fairway area), under a two-stroke penalty whereas the PGA Tour does not.
- Dropping procedure: When taking relief (from an abnormal course condition or penalty area, for example), golfers will now drop from knee height. This will ensure consistency and simplicity in the dropping process while also preserving the randomness of the drop. (Key change: the proposed Rules released in 2017 suggested dropping from any height).
- Measuring in taking relief: The golfer’s relief area will be measured by using the longest club in their bag (other than a putter) to measure one club-length or two club-lengths, depending on the situation, making for a consistent process for golfers to establish their relief area. (Key change: the proposed Rules released in 2017 suggested a 20-inch or 80-inch standard measurement).
- Removing the penalty for a double hit: The penalty stroke for accidentally striking the ball more than once in the course of a stroke has been removed. Golfers will simply count the one stroke they made to strike the ball. (Key change: the proposed Rules released in 2017 included the existing one-stroke penalty).
- Balls Lost or Out of Bounds: Alternative to Stroke and Distance: A new Local Rule will now be available in January 2019, permitting committees to allow golfers the option to drop the ball in the vicinity of where the ball is lost or out of bounds (including the nearest fairway area), under a two-stroke penalty. This Local Rule addresses the concerns raised at the club level about the negative impact on pace of play when a player is required to go back under stroke and distance. The Local Rule is not intended for higher levels of play, such as professional or elite level competitions. (Key change: this is a new addition to support pace of play)