2012 bag tag end of the year tournament

2012 bag tag is an entry fee
$25 entry if no tag

Sunday December 9th at Charlie Vettiner

Player’s meeting 9:00 am
Tee off directly afterward

Format will be one round of 18 and final 9. Everyone will play the first round with a handicapping system. The top two golfers from each card will move onto the final 9 with a similar handicapping system.

The handicapping system will be based on what pool the player is placed in. Pool A will play all longs, B will have the option to play 4 short pads, C has the option to use 9 short pads, D has the option to use 13 short pads, and E has the option to play all 18 short pads for the first round of 18. The final nine will also have short pads with pools A, B, C, D, and E being able to use 0, 2, 4, 7, and 9 short pads respectively. The first round will be played using a modified skins type of scoring. The player who shoots the solo lowest score on a hole gets a point. If two or more people tie with the lowest score then there are no points scored. Points do not carry over to the next hole. The two players with the highest score on the card will advance to the final nine. The final nine will be played with standard golf scoring with lowest score winning. If there is a tie for first, then the two players will play a sudden death playoff starting on hole 1 of the regular course from all long pads.

The pools were decided somewhat based on ratings but people can be moved to different pools. If you feel like you or someone else is in the wrong pool, say something and we will decide if they need to be moved.

The cards for the first round will be determined based on what tag number the player brings. The lowest tag will start on the first card, the second lowest will start on the second card, third on the third card, etc. and then the rotation will start again on the first card once a player was placed on all cards.

The final nine cards will be determined based on who is ready at the time. If four people are ready, they can make a card and start their final nine. Players have a max of one hour after the first round before they must be back to start the final nine. Payouts will be determined after everyone has finished their final nine.