May 17-18, 2021
Liddick, Temple Go Low To Win Gross Title
Shelly Liddick of Bellevue and Allison Temple of Norfolk fired a 126(-16) took home the Low-Gross title at the 4th Pinehurst Tournament at Ashland Golf Club. Nammi Song of Omaha and Jackie Warrick of Blair were awarded Low-Net honors shooting a 120(-22). Below are the Low-Net winners from their respective flight -
Flight One - Shelly Liddick, Bellevue & Allison Temple, Norfolk 126(-16)
Flight Two - Nammi Song, Omaha & Jackie Warrick, Blair 120(-22)
Flight Three - Stacy Craft, Omaha & Sherri Monson, Papillion 130(-12)
Flight Four - Patti Daehling & Sandi Genrich, Lincoln 130(-12)
Flight Five - Sue Stromer & Patrice Wallace, Hastings 136(-6)
Flight Six - Peggy Hinrichs, Giltner & Lorie Kraus, Grand Island 135(-7)
Special thanks to Ashland Golf Club , the golf staff, food/beverage staff were tremendous as always and the course was in great condition!
Entry Deadline: 5 pm CDT on May 11, 2021
Entrant must be a member of NWAGA or a female member of Nebraska Junior Golf. Entrant must also be a resident of Nebraska (see below) with an up-to-date USGA Handicap Index® issued by a “member club” of the Nebraska Golf Association. All players must conform to the Rules of Amateur Status as approved by the United States Golf Association and The R&A.
An individual is considered a resident of Nebraska if they: a) maintain either a primary or a secondary residence in Nebraska, or b) are an active duty member of the United States Military stationed in Nebraska, or c) are a student physically attending college in Nebraska within a time period four-months prior to the event, or d) are a graduate of a Nebraska high school attending an out-of-state college. If these criteria are in question, the NWAGA Tournament Committee shall render any final decision.
Limited to 54 sides (108 players).
ENTRIES: FORM, FEE, CLOSING DATE
All sides must file an online entry application. Entry fee of $260 must be paid by every side. Entry fee will be refunded regardless of reason if NWAGA is notified (402-505-4653, ext. 103 or via e-mail at email@example.com) before the close of entries. After the close of entries, fee will be refunded in the event of medical condition, if requested before the first day of competition. No refund for any reason after that day. A $30 service charge will be deducted from all refunds. Entry includes 36-holes of competition; cart; prizes; player dinner and awards luncheon.
Entries open at 8 a.m. CDT on Thursday, April 1, 2021. Entries must be received by NWAGA no later than 5 p.m. CDT on Tuesday, May 11, 2021. If the competition receives more than the maximum number of entries by 12 p.m. CDT on April 1, a drawing will be used to determine the field and wait list order. If the tournament does not receive more than the maximum number of entries by 12 p.m. CDT on April 1, the field will be determined by order of entry. Entries may be accepted after the deadline, if field is not full, at the discretion of NWAGA. Partner substitutions may be made prior to competition.
Caddies are prohibited.
PERSONAL APPEARANCE, FOOTWEAR
Players must be neat in appearance with respect to clothing and personal grooming. Traditional spikes are prohibited. Model Local Rule G-7.
Any first place ties for overall gross, overall net and net flights will be determined by a scorecard play-off using the following method as recommended by the USGA.
Scorecard Play-Off Procedure:
The winner will be based on the best score for the last round. If the tying sides have the same score for the last round or if the competition consists of a single round, the winner will be determined based on the score for holes 10-18, holes 13-18, holes 16-18 and finally the 18th hole. If there is still a tie, then the last six holes, three holes and final hole of the first nine holes will be considered in turn. If the round is less than 18 holes, the number of holes used in matching scores may be adjusted. For net competition, if the last nine, last six, last three holes scenario is used, one-half, one-third, one-sixth, etc. of the handicaps should be deducted from the score for those holes.
Pinehurst scores are not eligible to post for handicap purposes.
The tournament will consist of 36-holes of Pinehurst stroke play (both gross and net). In Pinehurst, two players play as partners, each partner plays from the teeing ground and plays the partners ball for the second shot. After the second shot, partners select the ball with which they wish to score and play that ball alternately to complete the hole.
Flights will be created in advance based on Team Handicap (combination of Handicap Indexes).
Based on May 11 Handicap Revision. 60% of the lower player’s Course Handicap and 40% of the higher player’s Course Handicap determine a side’s Playing Handicap. Maximum Individual Handicap Index is 40.4.
A side’s combined Handicap Index will determine round one shotgun starting position with the lowest combined Handicap Indexes starting on hole 1. Flights will be created in advance based on Team Handicap (combination of Handicap Indexes).
At a time convenient to Ashland Golf Club. Please call the Pro-Shop (402) 944-3344 to schedule a practice round. Practice rounds on Sunday, May 16th will be available after 12:00p.m. The fee is $30.00 and includes a cart.
Monday, May 17
9:00 A.M. - Registration & Practice Areas Open
10:00 A.M. - Round One Shotgun Start
Off #9 or #18 - Grill Room will provide player lunches.
Tuesday, May 18
8:00 A.M. - Practice Areas Open
9:00 A.M. - Round Two Shotgun Start
Following Golf - Awards Luncheon & Cash Bar
Information on lodging will be available once registration opens.
Net: Overall Low Net: Pewter cup awards; Flight Winners: Bag tag awards; Merchandise: Top third in each flight. Gross: Overall Low Gross: Trophy plates.
Ashland Golf Club
Director of Golf - Justin Onken
Golf Professional - Drew Van Ert
Superintendent - Jeremy Brady
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