Men’s Club Tournament Information
The Men’s Club is sponsoring six (6) tournaments in 2017 including Match Play, and is co-sponsoring the Druids Glen Amateur along with the club. Prices are the same, or lower than in 2016 and prize funds are up!
For the four “major” tournaments (Masters April 1, Member-Member May 6, Member-Guest August 19-20, and Club Championship September 16-17) Druids Glen has kindly agreed to enhance the prize fund as follows based on tournament participation: 0-50 players $500, 51-75 players $1000, 76-100 players $1500, over 100 players $2000. Hopefully the chance to win some of that gets your juices flowing!
Side games are available during the tournament rounds, but entry prices will vary. Please review the flyers for each tournament for specific side games and prices. The real addition is a $10 Honey Pot on day 2 of two day tournaments to help keep you interested if you have a bad round on day 1. Same as on men’s night, skins will be paid for either gross or net – not both for the same hole.
Another change is to include KP winners for the tournaments in the end-of-the-year KP shoot-out. This means that 75 % of the $10 KP entry fee will be paid out, and 25 % will be kept for the shoot-out. Last year almost $2500 was paid out in prizes for the shoot-out, hopefully this year it will be even more!
Finally, Druids Glen also is offering a discount for early sign-up for tournaments. If you sign up 10 days in advance, there will be a discount against the entry fee. Commit early and save some cash!
Men’s Club Tournament Points
All participants will receive five (5) points per day for playing during a Men’s Club tournament.
Additional points may be accumulated, as follows:
- First place gross or net – member receives an additional six (6) points.
- Second place gross or net – member receives an additional four (4) points.
- Third place gross or net – member receives an additional two (2) points.
Men’s Club Championship Tournament Notes
Entry into the event is based on a member accumulating ten (10) points throughout the season, with a few exceptions.
Note: If a member is lacking the required ten (10) points at the end of the year, the Druids Glen Pro and Men’s Club Board will make a final determination for event participation.
Prior Club Champions receive a lifetime qualifying exemption…which means a prior club champion can enter this tournament even if they have accumulated zero (0) points throughout the year