ORLGA 2020List (updated April 23,2020)
Wednesday, September 30, & Monday, October 5, 2020
Directors: Karen Orejuela, Deb Sisk and Anita Andersch
Limit: 48 players. (We are considering this a Re-Match from 2019). If you played in 2019, you will remain on that team (KO’s Knock Out Roses or Debbie’ Debee’s). If you did not play last year, we will assign you to a team. Debbie Sisk and Karen Orejuela are Captains of these two teams.
Entry Fee & Collection Process: Tournament cost is $5 total whether you are playing one or both days of golf, $10 for the Awards Luncheon after the 2nd day's play. All money will be due the first day of golf (September 30th) or you may drop it off prior to that date at Debbie Sisk’s front porch (511 Cliffside Point).
Signup Deadline: Tuesday, September 15, 2020 @ 8:00 pm
Prizes: Each member of the winning team will receive an award. Closest to the Pin awards will also be given for each day of play.
Awards Presentation: Awards will be presented at the Nature Pavilion immediately following the second day's play (October 5th). You have the option to purchase a bagel sandwich ($10) or bring your own lunch. More information on lunch to follow. Please bring your own chair. Masks are not required but advised when you are not eating lunch and cannot social distance.
Game: We are calling this tournament a “Re-Match of 2019”. Participants will be divided into two teams captained either by Karen Orejuela (KO’s Knock Out Roses) or Deb Sisk (Debee’s bees). This team event is fashioned after the Solheim Cup. Each 9-Hole match points are tallied for the above team. When there is a tie, the 1/2 point will be awarded.
First Day of Tournament - Wednesday, September 30
Course: Lion's Paw
Tee Times: Starting at 1:05-1:50 DT
Format: Day 1 - Holes 1-9 = Shamble - Each player hits their own tee shot. The best one is chosen and from that point, normal match play ensues as each player plays her own ball until it is holed. The lowest net of each pairing determines which team won the hole and receives 1 point for each hole they win. If a hole tied, each team will get ½ pt. 3 drives from each player are required.
Holes 10-18 = Alternate Shot - Partners decide who will tee off on odd holes and who will tee off on the even. After the tee shot, the partners then play alternate shots until the ball is holed. Again, 1 point for each hole won, 1/2 point for the tie.
At the end of the 18 holes, each team will tally up their points for 18 holes. Those points will be counted for either KO’s Roses or Debee’s.
Handicapping Information: Day 1 Holes 1-9 = As a 9-hole handicap, all players will receive 50% of their September 24th 18-hole course handicap. The 9-hole handicap of three players is reduced by the 9-hole handicap of the player with the lowest handicap. That player plays from scratch.
Holes 10-18 = The allowance for the higher-handicapped pairing is 50% of the difference between the combined 9-hole handicap of each pairing. The lower handicapped pairing plays from scratch. Example: Side A&B with a combined 9-hole handicap of 25 competes against C&D with a combined 9-hole handicap of 28. The higher handicapped side, C&D, receive 2 strokes. (28-25=3 x 50%=1.5 Rounded to 2.
Rules: All putts must be holed unless conceded by the opponent. Due to course conditions, it will be LCP in the general area for the entire tournament.
Second Day of Tournament - Monday, October 5, 2020
Name of Game: 18 Hole Single Match Play
Course: Panther's Run
Tee Times: 8:24-9:18 DT
Format: Day 2 - Day 2 - Holes 1-18 Singles Match Play - One person plays against another person. The player with the lowest net score wins the hole and 1 point. Ties = ½ point each. At the end of the 18 holes, each team will tally up their points for 18 holes. Those points will be counted for either KO’s Roses or Debee’s.
Rules: All putts must be holed unless conceded by the opponent. Due to course conditions, it will b e LCP in the general area for the entire round.
To remove your name after the closing of the signup,
please call or email Karen Orejuela