- Golfer Benefits
Fall Matches: Host Participating Clubs
September 9, September 15 & September 23 (No Rain Dates)
ENTRY OPEN: Monday, November 2, 2020 at 10 a.m.
ENTRY CLOSE: Thursday, December 17, 2020 at 4 p.m.
ENTRY FEE: $150/Team
Fall Cup Championship: October 19th 10:00 AM Shotgun at Thorny Lea Golf Club
The Women’s Fall Cup Matches are a statewide tournament consisting of 3 matches played in September between Member Club teams. Each team consists of 6 female players. Each match will be played in a Four-Ball (best ball) match play format at 90% handicap allowance. Players from each team will be paired by handicap index (lowest to highest) for each match. The Fall Cup season will culminate in the Fall Cup Championship where a gross and net championship team will be crowned. The Fall Cup Championship field will consist of each region’s winning team sending 6 players to compete in a Four-Ball (best ball) stroke play format.
Fall Cup Matches are a great opportunity for players of all skill ranges and experience levels to be part of a competitive, team oriented and socially engaging event.
A player must have an active handicap index of 54.0 or less and must have posted five, 18-hole scores in the past 12 months. Players with a handicap index of higher than 36.0 will be limited to a 36.0 Player Handicap for Fall Cup Matches. The handicap revision of September 1, 2021 will be used for all matches. The handicap revision date of September 29, 2021 will be used for the Fall Cup Championship. Each Fall Cup Team Captain will be responsible for verifying player eligibility. There is no set roster for Fall Cup and a Member Club may use any six players who meet eligibility to field a team. The team can remain the same for each match or may be changed.
Teams are coordinated by a designated Captain at each participating Member Club. Only one person from a Member Club can complete the registration for up to two teams. Each participating Member Club must host one match per team to be played at their course, and teams are organized into regions by geographical area with four clubs to a region.