Mass Golf | Mother & Daughter

2020 Mother Daughter Chapman / Member Junior

Mount Pleasant Golf Club
Lowell  | July 22

ENTRY FEE: $200/18 Hole Divisions  $100/ 9 Hole Divisions Per Team of Two
ENTRY CLOSE:  Thursday July 2, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.







18 hole event and 9 hole event for partners who are 13 years old and under. Two women teams playing a Chapman format. There will be Gross and Net Divisions. 60% of lower handicap plus 40% of higher handicap.

Description of format – Golfers both hit their tee shot. Then they hit their partner’s ball. The third shot they select a ball and alternate hitting until the ball is holed.

Teams write down their team score on each hole. Add all 18 holes and that is the gross score. Subtract the determined handicap that will be provided on your scorecard and that is the net score.

Golfers compete in divisions that are determined by the age of the daughter. Daughters are not required to have a handicap index to compete but they do need a GHIN number.

Overall and division winner’s engraved on trophy.



Two person teams. Entries open to Mothers and Daughters as well as unrelated Women and Juniors teams. Entries are open to amateur golfers who have an active Mass Golf/GHIN Handicap Index not exceeding 54.0.0 (as determined by the July 2, 2020 Handicap Revision). Players with a handicap index of higher than 36.0 will be limited to a 36.0 Player Handicap. Please contact Mass Golf if you have a junior who needs a GHIN index. Mothers can play with up to two daughters.

Mother & Daughter: The term “Mother” includes Grandmothers and Great-Grandmothers. The term “Daughter” includes Granddaughter, Great-Granddaughter, and Daughter-in-law.

Division 1: Daughters 19 years and older.

Division 2: Daughters or Junior 14 years to 18 years (competitor eligible if she has not yet begun her first semester of college.

Division 3: Daughters 13 years and younger – 9 holes only.


Member & Junior Divisions: A current Mass Golf female member may pair with a junior girl, age 18 or younger who resides in Massachusetts.

Division A: Juniors 14-18 years old (competitor eligible only if she has not yet begun her first semester of college). Division A juniors who do not have a USGA handicap index should take a minimum of five scores to a Pro Shop to have a handicap index calculated and verified (enclose with entry). Otherwise, the player must play at a scratch.

Division B: Juniors 13 years and under – 9 holes only.


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