You will find below our association by-laws as well as the policies and rules we use to govern our tournaments. If there is ever anything you would like explained or if you are interested in joining the board of directors please contact us.
The Exceptional Score Policy will follow GHIN's new WHS. From USGA:
Any score that produces a Score Differential that is at least 7.0 strokes better than your Handicap Index at the time the round was played is considered exceptional and is subject to the Exceptional Score Reduction.
Scores made following the exceptional score will not contain the -1 or -2 adjustment (unless they are also exceptional) which will slowly diminish the impact of the reduction as you continue to post scores. Also, reductions for multiple exceptional scores are applied cumulatively. (Rule 5.9, Rules of Handicapping)
To break all ties, a comparison of scores starting with the hardest handicap hole and working the way down, hole#3, hole #14, hole #2, hole #17, hole #5, hole #13 hole #8, hole #18...etc.
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