League Schedule 2022
May 25 Ladies Golf Luncheon 11:30 am Fontenot’s Restaurant, Winter Park
May 26 Low Gross and Low Net Meadow/Ranch. Prizes will be awarded for low gross and low net.
June 2 Drop It Ridge/Meadow. Players will drop their 3 worst holes after the game is played. Prizes for low gross and low net.
June 9 UNO DOS TRES Meadow/Ranch. Each team will consist of a randomly created ABCD combination. Each player will play their own ball and record their gross scores. Uno: on all Par 5’s, the 1 best ball will be chosen. Dos: On all Par 4’s, the 2 best balls will be chosen. Tres: On all Par 3’s, the 3 best balls will be chosen.
June 16 Criss Cross Meadow/Ranch. This game allows the tournament chairs to choose nine holes to calculate the final score. They must choose alternate holes from the front nine and the back nine, such as holes 1 or 10, 2 or 11, 3 or 12, etc. 50% of handicap will be used.
June 23 Pole Creek Ladies Invitational Meadow/Ranch. Ladies only scramble tournament is open to Grand County Residents, 2nd homeowners and friends. Prizes and fun contest holes. Fee: $20 includes lunch and $60 green fee if guests don’t have a season pass.
June 30 CHA CHA CHA Meadow/Ranch. No, it’s not a dance. It’s a twist on a traditional four ball format. On the first hole,
you count the best ball of the foursome. On the second hole, you count the best two balls. On the third hole, count the best three balls. The process then repeats. All you do is enter your gross scores. Golf Genius will do the rest.
July 7 Match Play Ridge/Meadow. Each hole is a separate competition. The player with the higher handicap will be given
strokes on the most difficult holes. The player who wins the most holes, wins the match. 50% of us will be winners. You will still be entering a score on the scorecard. There is a sample scorecard in the locker room and on the website. Please keep your
score according to this sample.
July 14 Solheim Cup Meadow/Ranch. On each hole, Player A from each team hits their team’s respective tee shots. Then Player B from each team hits the second shot. The third shot is hit by Player A and so on, until the ball is holed. Players drive on alternate holes regardless of who last putted on the previous hole. The team in each foursome with the lower score wins the hole. Use Match Play rules. Sample scorecard is in the locker room.
July 21 Low Gross/Low Net Meadow/Ranch. Prizes will be awarded for low gross and low net.
July 28 Gold Tee Day/Red Tee Option for HI ≥ 26 Meadow/Ranch. Players with Handicap Index (HI) equal or less than 25.9 MUST play from the gold tees. Players with a HI equal or greater than 26.0 may play from the red tees. Prizes awarded for both low gross and low net for both red and gold tees.
August 4 Best Ball Twosome Ridge/Meadow. Everyone plays own ball but the score that counts will be the better score of the
twosome. If you are playing in a threesome, use the best ball of the three. Net winners only.
August 11 Stableford Meadow/Ranch. Record your gross score. Golf Genius will compute your Stableford score based on Net score. Points awarded as follows: Triple Eagle or better: 6 points, Double Eagle: 5 points, Eagle: 4 points, Birdie: 3 points, Par: 2 points, Bogey: 1 point, Double Bogey: 0 points, Triple Bogey or worse: -1 point.
August 18 Four in a Flight Meadow/Ranch. Winner is the low net score in each foursome. Participating golfers are listed in order by handicap and teams are formed by going down the line and assigning the foursomes in order. You are only competing against the ladies in your foursome with like handicaps.
August 24 Club Championship Day One Ridge/Meadow
August 25 Club Championship Day Two Meadow/Ranch. Awards luncheon follows play. Location TBD
September 1 Tweet Tweet Ridge/Meadow. Birdies is the name of the game. The people with the most Net Birdies or better win!
September 8 3 Clubs and a Putter Meadow/Ranch. Choose 3 clubs and a putter for your golf bag. Leave the rest of your clubs in the car. Record gross scores on scorecard. Scores can’t be posted
September 15 Blind Nine Meadow/Ranch. JT decides which round of nine holes count but does not announce it until the end of
play. 50% of handicap is used.
September 22 Four Person Best Ball Meadow/Ranch. This is a team game. We will use two balls per team (with a twist). One of the balls is the best Low Gross Score and the other ball is the best Low Net Score. Just record your gross score.
September 29 Nassau Meadow/Ranch. No prizes awarded…..this is just for fun. The pro shop wanted all our prize money awarded by this date, so spend your winnings!
October is open play. Thanks for a great season!!
Sign up or cancel online before 6 pm Monday for the following Thursday’s play on Golf Genius www.golfgenius.com. Be sure to click on SAVE and WAIT for the save to process before going to another webpage. Golf Genius locks out access to sign-up or cancel at 6 pm Monday. If you must cancel after that time, text or call Linda Moore, 970-531-8129, or Mary Byerrum, 303-324-8834.
We will do our best to mix up the weekly pairings. Special requests and last-minute cancellations make this more difficult. Please bear this in mind to be considerate of everyone in the club.
We will be doing tee times again this year with, hopefully, a few social events and shotgun starts. Days, starting times, games and course played may be adjusted when necessary.
When playing Ridge/Meadow, Ridge is the Front 9 on your scorecard.
When playing Ranch/Ridge, Ranch is the Front 9 on your scorecard.
Record Gross Score legibly on the scorecard. Tournament chairs will compute game score.
Keep putts for the foursome on a separate scorecard.
Circle your gross birdies.
All 4 players must sign the Master scorecard. Your signature verifies that each hole score, front 9, back 9 and total 18 hole score is correct.
All players should keep their own scorecard and putts to verify the master scorecard accuracy before handing it in to the tournament chairs.