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2004 Connecticut Senior Games

GOLF


Coordinators:    Chuck Grodovich

Date of Competition:    Friday, June 25th

Location:   Keney Golf Course

Time:    7:30 AM SHOTGUN

Events:    Singles Competition ONLY 

Age Groups:    50 - 54    55 - 59    60 - 64    65 - 69   
                       70 - 74    75 - 79    80 - 84    85 - 89    90+

Info:  Golfers must provide their own clubs. Golf cart use during practice round and official competition is mandatory. Awards will be presented for 1st through 3rd place for each division within each age group. This tournament will be conducted in accordance with USGA rules, except as modified herein.

Entry Fee: Entry Fee will include the following: Breakfast, barbecue lunch and beverages, 18 hole Stroke Play tournament, Golf Cart, Prizes will be awarded for top three finishers in each age division and the longest drive and closet pin on assigned holes. T-shirt and Golf Travel Bag for first 50 particpants to sign up for the tournament.

Qualifier: Qualifier for the 2005 National Senior Games, Pittsburgh, PA.

Age Cut Off Date:    Your age division / group will be determined by your age as of December 31, 2004. If you are turning 50 in the calendar year of 2004 you are eligible to compete in the 2004 Connecticut Senior Games!

Cost Per Team:    $70.00

GOLF

54-Hole Scratch

QUALIFYING RULES

1.      Only athletes meeting this sport’s NSGA minimum performance standards in competition at a 2004 NSGA qualifying state games will qualify for the 2005 Summer National Senior Games. Qualifying rounds must be played between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2004. Qualifiers will be determined by 18-hole gross score played on a course with a minimum par of 70 and a minimum United States Golf Association (USGA) slope rating of 119 for men and 113 for women. Nine-hole and handicap scores are not acceptable for qualifying. In state competitions with more than an 18-hole competition, any single 18-hole score meeting the golf minimum performance standard will qualify a competitor for the NSGA tournament.

ENTRY REGULATIONS

1.      Golfers must provide their own clubs.

2.      Golf cart use during practice round and official competition is mandatory.

FORMAT

1.      The tournament will be 54-hole medal play with 18 holes per day except for men and women in age divisions 90 and older. Competitors in age divisions 90 and older will play 9 holes per day, competing for 27 total holes.

2.      Awards will be presented for 1st through 8th place within each age division.

SPORT RULES

1.      This tournament will be conducted in accordance with USGA rules, except as modified herein. For a copy of these rules, please write or call:
United States Golf Association
P.O. Box 708
Far Hills, NJ 07931
(908) 234-2300

2.      One caddy per golfer will be permitted. All caddies must register with the Competition Manager prior to taking the course. Caddies will be required to walk. The NSGA recommends caddies be used as “fore” caddies.

3.      Spectators are permitted on the course; however, they will be required to walk. Spectators must remain at least 25 feet away from tee boxes, fairways and greens.

4.      USGA rules regarding coaching will be strictly enforced.

5.      USGA rules regarding pace of play will be observed.

GOLF MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

                        Men:     50-54    (78)                  Women:  50-54    (89)

                                    55-59    (79)                                 55-59    (90)

                                    60-64    (81)                                 60-64    (92)

                                    65-69    (83)                                 65-69    (96)

                                    70-74    (86)                                 70-74    (98)

                                    75-79    (89)                                 75-79    (102)

                                    80-84    (96)                                 80-84    (106)

                                    85-89    (103)                               85-89    (111)

                                    90+      (105)                               90+      (115)

 

MINIMUMS ARE BASED ON PREVIOUS NSGA RESULTS