All scores for the following Association events are
to be posted as 'T' (tournament) scores.
The Memorial: Played in memory of deceased members of the 18-Hole
Women's Association. 2 rounds of individual net stroke play held on
consecutive Tuesdays. The winner's name is engraved on The Memorial
trophy. Winner & runner-up prizes are presented at the Annual
Match Play: Golfers must commit to 3 matches (& possibly a 'play-in'
match). The field is divided into flights based on the # of entrants
& their handicap indexes. Players in each flight are randomly seeded
to determine pairings; matches are then scheduled by the players.
The winner of each flight is given a prize at the Annual Meeting.
Member-Member: Played on the day of the Annual Meeting. Four-ball
format (best ball of the twosome). Gross & net prizes are awarded
at the Annual Meeting that follows the luncheon.
'Solheim Cup': Net team match play. 2010 - 1st year of competition with
Ocean Edge WGA. Winning team gets possession of the 'Solheim Cup'
trophy for the ensuing year.
Format: 1st 6 holes Better Ball of the partners (4-ball)
2nd 6 holes 2 Person Scramble
3rd 6 holes Alternate Shot Partners decide who will tee off
on odd # holes & who will tee off on even # holes; shots are
then alternated through the hole.
Teams: Team of 16 players/club representing A, B, C & D flights.
Players chosen by random draw w/in each flight.
Players compete as 2some vs. 2some. Each format is
worth 1 point for the winning 2some; ties earn 1/2 point.
Maximum points = 24.
Any Captains woman AFP with a GHIN & HI 36.0 or below can sign up for Spring Teams & Fall Cup.
Spring Teams: The Massachusetts Golf Association (MGA) sponsors
Spring Teams. Teams of 5 golfers compete against other golfers
in net match play. The matches are scheduled for the last Thursday
in April & the first 4 Thursdays in May.
The Captains is a member club of the MGA & sends a team. The team
consists of the 5 women with the lowest handicap indexes of those
who sign up. Players are responsible for the $32/pp entry fee, cart
fees, lunch fees, & other miscellaneous costs.
Fall Cup: Participating clubs, divided into Regional Cups, play 18-hole
(net) matches against other teams in the same cup. Regional Cup
winning teams qualify for the club championship in Oct.
Each player on the team pays a fee to compete in the FALL CUP.
At each match players pay for lunch even if they don't stay. Cart
fees are required even if you choose to walk (where allowed).
Each team consists of 6 players who play as 2somes in a better ball
of partners Nassau. The front 9, back 9 & 18-hole scores are each
worth 1 pt. to the winners; 1/2 pt. is given to both 2somes if tied.
To be eligible for the 2018 Fall Cup you need to have a hcp. index of
36.0 or less.
The teams consist of the 12 women with the lowest handicap indexes
of those who sign up, plus substitutes.