This is the first Major event, get your partner and sign up .
ADOGA Members, Greetings. We hope today finds everyone safe and sound.
Good news here. We will finally resume the 2020
But we will have some restrictions on how we hold the event
The board will create a tee sheet with the tee times.
Paring requests will be accepted.
Tee time requests will not be accepted.
The following requirements need to be followed per Golf management and must be adhered to.
There will be a limit on the number of people that can enter the shop when checking in. One group at a time.
*Masks are required in the shop.
*Social Distancing is required at the tee; you must wait to be called to the tee to proceed.
*Members can only ride together in a Cart if they are living in the same household, otherwise single carts will be required.
*When finished, no congregating will be allowed, there will be no scoreboard, results will be emailed and posted on the website.
* We will be providing breakfast burritos at the turn... all food must be taken out.
*All results will be posted on the website; all winners will have to make arrangements with Bob Mata to receive gift certificates and skins money. email@example.com
*We will have a collection box at the 18th hole to deposit score cards.
We ask that you take a picture of your card in case of a lost or tampered card.
The next event is the best ball team competition tournament open to ADO members only, skins game will also be available.
We will not have a CTP competition. We will be having a raffle for each flight for the gift certificates we would give for the contest.
Sign up is time sensitive as we need to have the number of participants to the shop by five pm on Friday the 19th.
Registration will close at four pm Friday the 19th; no late entries will be allowed unless we have an open spot in a foursome.
I apologize for the tone of the body in this message; the board has campaigned to start our season and is excited to resume, we did not expect to be able to hold an event this month. As you know we must operate with caution and safety in these times. We hope you share the same enthusiasm as we do to get restarted.
Further information will be posted and emailed soon.
Individual tournaments are the most basic form of tournament play – players record their hole by hole scores on the scorecard and simply add their total strokes at the end of each round, and the player with the lowest score wins. 100% of the player’s course handicap is subtracted from their gross score to get their net score.
For information on this month's tournament, click on the links below.
The tournament schedule can be found HERE
Tournament Policies and Payouts can be found HERE
Past Tournament Results can be found HERE