WGC Summer Eclectic Tournament Series

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FINAL RESULTS AND PAYOUTS (Available September 4th)

When is it & who can play?

The Eclectic competition is played throughout the Summer season (May 29—September 3). Participants will be able to count 1 round a week toward their eclectic score.  Players must declare to the pro shop before each round is played. This competition will be all net and flighted.  Flights will be as follows:

Men’s Flight 1          (Lowest half of the men’s field)
Men’s Flight 2          (Highest half of the men’s field)
Ladies Flight            (All Ladies)
Junior Flight             (18 and under)

How is an eclectic score calculated?
Your eclectic score for the season is made up of your best score fro each hole during the year.  It is a stroke play competition, meaning that the player must hole out on a given hole in order for a score on that hole to be valid for his/her eclectic—there are no “gimmies” in the eclectic!

Handicaps, Payouts & Skins

We will be playing with 65% of your trend handicaps so each time you hand in a card please note what your trend is at the time you played.  Each flight will be paid out using their net score at the end of the season.  NEW! There will also be an added skins game that will run all season.

BONUS WEEKS
Once a month players will have the opportunity to add a round to their eclectic scorecard by joining in a Saturday Competition.  These will be held on:

Saturday June 17               2 Person Best Ball (Blind Draw) w/individual payouts $15.00
Saturday July 22                Skins w/individual payouts $15.00
Saturday August 12            4 Person Best Ball (Blind Draw) w/individual payouts $15.00
Saturday September 2        Season Finally 3 Person (Blind Draw) Silk Skins $15.00

How much?

The entry for the season will be $20 per player.  This will be put toward the end of the season payout along with some added money from the Bonus Weeks.

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