Putt Pot and Chip-Ins

Pole Creek Ladies Golf  2020 Season – Putts and Chip-Ins

Putts and Chip-In Information
With coronavirus in mind and protecting the health and safety of our members, even the Putt/Chip-ins competition has to be modified. In order to keep it simple, keep the committee out of the Clubhouse as much as possible, and to not handle money and paperwork, here’s what we’ve decided. Please support our efforts and know that hopefully this is temporary, and we’re doing our best.  We think it’s not rocket science, but if you feel like some of us, we like that little bit of excitement to highlight our day or week.

  • By May 27, the start of our season, if you choose to play, you must contribute a $14 flat fee for the thrill of competing in both Putt/Chip-ins. This covers 9 golf days (no match play days or some special events) that qualify for the Putt/Chip-ins before the Club Championship commence, $1 for each Putt/Chip-ins competition. This money will cover your days, assuming one or two days you do not play.  Please make a check out to our PCLGA Treasurer, PCLGA, PO Box 276, Fraser, CO 80442. Any money left will go into our fund.
  • After play, it will be each foursome’s responsibility to have one participant e-mail Darlene Klancke (darklancke@gmail.com) with results of total Putt/Chip-ins for EACH player in the foursome who chose to play the Putt/Chip-ins competition. That designated player must email the results preferably on that day, or no later than noon on Friday.  If the numbers are not turned in, everyone in the foursome, is out of the game for chips and putts. Darlene will record winners and earnings weekly at home.
  • Here comes the joy in this for you! After Darlene gets the results, she will pass the winners on to Maggy Helm to put into the newspaper, and to the Ladies Club to publish on the website weekly.
  • Prize money will be paid for the season to you at the Club Championship Luncheon, hopefully celebrating as a group again.
  • First, second, and third places are paid out from the pot, including ties.
  • If any part of your ball is on the putting surface, then it counts as a putt.

It does not matter what club you use so long as NO part of your ball is on the green.
Total dollars in the pot are divided by the total # of chip-ins to get the amount to be paid PER CHIP-IN.