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CDGA Net Better Ball of Pairs Championship
Stonebridge Country Club
Aurora, IL (
Sept. 19, 2017
18-hole stroke play partner event with players using Handicaps.
This is a NET only competition.
Two competitors play as partners, each playing his or her own ball while using handicap strokes. The lower Net score of the partners is the score for the team on that hole, thus taking the score of the better ball on each hole. It is the player’s responsibility to know the holes at which handicap strokes are to be given or received.
Must have played in one of the previous Net Better Ball events and earned points on the Net Better Ball points list.
Prior to the event, current indexes, based on the most current revision will be used.
If the most current revision happens within two days of the event, the previous revision may be used.
Should the difference between the team members’ Handicap indexes (effective the day pairings are made) exceed 4.4, the extra strokes will be deducted from the higher index.
Start time will be determined 10-14 days prior to the event.
Appropriate prizes will be awarded to top finishers.
In the event of a tie for the Championship, and all flights, under Rule 33-6 the Committee will use the USGA recommendation for breaking ties . The definition of the term “last nine holes” will be determined by the Committee prior to the event.
*Players may use Distance Measuring Devices in all CDGA qualifiers and championships.
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