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1 Kennedy Men s Club P.O. Box Denver, CO General Information and Tournament Packet If you are a returning member, your membership renewal confirms that we have one of the top golf organizations in the area. You can expect the same well-run events and fair handicapping system you have experienced in the past. You will also see most of the same faces from last year. If you are a new member Welcome! Please don t be bashful about introducing yourself or asking questions about our operations. One of the very special things about our club is the camaraderie and our enthusiasm to include new members. You will find our handicapping system to be well controlled and honest, which makes for equitable competition regardless of your experience or playing ability. Again, welcome. If you have not already signed up for the club, you will find a 2016 Club Membership Entry Form on Page 11 of this packet. THE COMMITTEE: The Committee consists of eight veteran members six elected, the Webmaster and our club s founder, Emeritus Ken Doby. Your 2016 Kennedy Men s Club Committee consists of: President Jim Biederman Vice President Chris Strubel Handicap Chairman James Eck Jr Co-Tournament Chairman Michael Boling Co-Tournament Chairman Bob Grassia Treasurer Steve Lacks Webmaster Rob Stokes Emeritus Ken Doby The Committee is responsible for all functions of the Club, including: Organization and operation of all tournaments All financial matters concerning the Club Establishing policies and future direction of the Club Selecting the Denver Cup Team Selecting the CGA interclub event Resolving Rules Issues for tournaments Organization of banquets, picnics, calcuttas and awards ceremonies Act as a sounding board for member input Your input is always welcomed and your participation in our events is appreciated. We usually hold a Committee meeting a few times a year (mainly in the winter) at Kennedy. Anyone is most welcome to join us. Check with a committee member in advance to make sure we ll be meeting. 1

2 2016 Schedule Our 2016 Schedule is as follows: 3/25/16 Spring Banquet Friday Kennedy Restaurant 6:30 PM RSVP DEADLINE - March 18 th 4/09/16 Ind. Low Gross Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 10:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - March 26 th 5/1/16 Ind. Low Net Sunday Wellshire Golf Course 11:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - April 17 th 5/21/16 Memorial Tournament Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 11:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE May 7 th **5/28/16** Ind. Low Gross Saturday Fox Hollow G.C. 11:45 AM Special Event ENTRY DEADLINE May 14 th 6/3/16 Calcutta Auction Friday Kennedy Restaurant 6:30 PM 6/4/16 2-Man 9 Scramble/Scotch Saturday Wellshire Golf Course 11:00 AM 6/5/16 2-Man 9 Best/Aggregate Sunday Kennedy Golf Course 8:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - May 21 st 6/25/16 Low Gross / Low Net Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 11:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - June 11 th 7/10/16 4 Man Sunday Wellshire Golf Course 11:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - June 26 th 7/23/16 2 Man Shamble Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 8:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - July 9 th 7/30/16 Mountain Trip Saturday Grand Lake Golf Course 10:30 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - July 16th 8/13/16 Club Championship Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 8:00 AM 8/14/16 Club Championship Sunday Kennedy Golf Course 8:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE July 30 th 8/27/16 4-Man Money Ball Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 8:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - August 13 th 9/09/16 Calcutta Auction Friday Kennedy Restaurant 6:30 PM 9/10/16 2-Man Scramble Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 8:00 AM 9/11/16 2-Man Better Ball Sunday Kennedy Golf Course 8:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE - August 27 th Denver Cup???? Overland Golf Course 9/24/16 (C) (SG) 27 Hole R, W & B Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 8:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE Sept. 10 th 10/08/16 Ind. Cash Cow Skins Saturday Kennedy Golf Course 10:00 AM ENTRY DEADLINE Sept. 24 th 10/14/16 Fall Banquet Friday Kennedy Restaurant 6:30 PM RSVP DEADLINE - October 8 th (C) = Carts Mandatory (SG) = Shotgun Start 2

3 REGULAR CLUB TOURNAMENTS If you enter on time, you will be able to participate in as many events as you desire. ENTERING TOURNAMENTS You may enter tournaments in any one of five ways: 1. Send in the Entry Sheet for all (or group) of the 2016 Tournaments. Enclosed Page Send in Individual Tournament Entry Forms at the bottom of each tournament summary sheet. Enclosed Pages 13 Thru Clip off and send in the Tournament Entry Forms printed in the periodic newsletters you receive. NOTE: When sending in an entry as described above, we MUST receive it at least 2 weeks before the event you are entering. Also, they must include FULL PAYMENT for at least Green Fees for each event you are entering. On any Tournament Entry Sheet or Form, PLEASE VERIFY that your name, partner(s), the amount you are paying and the type of payment (check and/or cash) are all included and correct BEFORE submitting to us. 4. At the check-in table for the current tournament, complete Tournament Entry Form(s) for the next tournament(s). Again, it must be at least 2 weeks prior to the tournament you are entering and Green Fees must be paid IN FULL. 5. If you have sufficient balance on your KMC account, you can enter an event on the Kennedy Men s Club website at least 2 weeks before the event. KMC ACCOUNT All members can create a KMC Account by signing in with your name and use your GHIN number as a password. You can change your password at that time for security/privacy reasons. Once your account has been activated, you can manage your profile and keep track of all your KMC financial and tournament transactions. If you have sufficient balance in your KMC account, you can sign up for tournaments on the website prior to the deadline, as well as any side pots. You can also withdraw from a tournament through your KMC Account, as long as it is before the entry deadline. WAIT LIST After the 2 week cut-off, you may or call one of the Co-Tournament Chairman, Michael Boling or Bob Grassia (see Pg. 1) to be placed on the wait list. If there are any cancellations, members will be contacted in order of entry onto the wait list for entry into the tournament. You may also show up the day of the event and be placed on a stand-by list in case of a no-show. This stand-by list is on a first come, first served basis and you must be physically present to sign up. WITHDRAWING FROM TOURNAMENTS You may withdraw from a tournament a minimum of two weeks prior to the tournament and receive full credit. Since we pay the City in advance, if we have less than two weeks notice, you may forfeit your entry fee if we cannot fill your spot from the wait list. or call one of the Co-Tournament Chairman Michael Boling or Bob Grassia (see Pg. 1) to withdraw and then or call the Treasurer Steve Lacks (see Pg. 1) to arrange for a credit toward future events. You can also withdraw from a tournament through your KMC Account, as long as it is before the entry deadline. NO-SHOW IN TEAM EVENTS In the event that a team member is a no-show, on the day of the tournament, the Committee will do its best to come up with a way to still include the team in the regular tournament results. This may include blind drawing a player from another team to complete a score, one player on the team playing 2 balls, etc. Rules for this will be set on the day of the tournament and available at the check-in table on the daily tournament rules sheet. ALL decisions will be FINAL. NOTE: Because of the importance of maintaining the integrity of our team tournaments, no-shows at any team tournaments may be barred from participating in future team tournaments. Also see the Calcutta Auction Events section on page 8. 3

4 GETTING YOUR TOURNAMENT TEE TIME Tee Times will be available the Wednesday prior to Saturday events, and Thursday prior to Sunday events. They will be ed to members and be available on our website at In the event that you do not have an or access to the Internet, on the Thursday prior to the tournament, you may call the Pro Shop of the course we are playing for the given event. Use the following numbers: Kennedy Pro Shop: Wellshire Pro Shop: TOURNAMENT CHECK-IN You MUST check in AT LEAST 30 MINUTES prior to your tee time (one hour prior on Sept. 24th, for the Red White & Blue). This will give you time to familiarize yourself with the Rules of Play for the day and get to the first tee on time. If you fail to check-in on time, your spot WILL be given to someone on stand-by. If you are running late or cannot play, contact the Pro Shop to alert the Committee or contact one of the Co-Tournament Chairmen to advise us of your situation. We would like your help and cooperation in limiting the check-in table to ONE PERSON AT A TIME. We believe this will help make everyone s day more pleasant by relieving stress and eliminating entry / accounting mistakes. HANDICAPS For Net (handicapped) events, your most recent USGA Home Course Index (adjusted for the course slope) will be used. If you have questions how this works, please contact the KMC Handicap Chairman James Eck Jr. (see Pg. 1). In team events, your handicap will be reduced to 80% or 90% according to the CGA (Colorado Golf Assn) and USGA Team Play Guidelines. NOTE: The Committee may, at any time during the season, adjust a club member s handicap under any circumstance it feels necessary to do so. Before any adjustment, the Committee will explain the reasons to the player and will give the player an opportunity to explain any circumstances applicable to the proposed adjustment. POSTING SCORES In all of our tournaments, our handicap chairman will post the scores for every participant. For any other casual round of golf that you play, YOU MUST post your score. The GHIN system will be available for you to start posting scores on March 15 th of Any member, who is found to be playing casual rounds of golf and not posting those scores, could be subject to a handicap adjustment by both the KMC Handicap Chairman and the CGA/USGA. Remember you can post your scores at the course the day you play or you can post scores online at New Members: In our first tournament, Apr. 9 th, we will have an extra flight just for new members who don t have a USGA handicap. In order for you to participate in our second tournament on May 3 rd, you MUST have at least 5 scores posted under your GHIN number. If you have fewer than 5 scores posted, you can play but you will play in the 1 st flight as scratch and receive no strokes. In order for you to participate in our 4th tournament on June 6th, you MUST have at least 10 scores posted. You will be INELIGIBLE to participate in ANY TEAM EVENTS until you have at least 10 scores posted. Please contact James Eck Jr. (see Pg. 1) for any questions or information on handicaps and/or posting of scores. SCORECARDS Prior to starting, each group will be given an official scorecard by the course starter. PAYOUTS Any given event will pay the field between 30 and 60 per cent. The certificate amounts will be registered in the City of Denver computer system and can be used at any City of Denver Pro Shop. Winnings can be used for greens fees, carts, and/or merchandise. Be prepared to give your GHIN number to the pro shop to redeem your winnings. RULES OF PLAY Record all of your scores on your scorecard as GROSS -- NOT net scores. Gross is without handicap strokes - Net is subtracting strokes to adjust for handicap. Except for KMC Local Rules, all tournaments are conducted according to the USGA rules of golf. NOTE: If special rules are in effect, you will be notified by and/or at the check-in table the day of the event. 4

5 OTHER CONTESTS In addition to the payouts, there are cash pots for other contests during each event. These are not funded through membership dues and require additional entry fees. For each tournament, there will be pots for the following: Flighted Low Gross ($5 entry). Top 3 Low Gross scores (no handicap) in each flight will win. Flighted Low Net ($5 entry Top 3 Low Net scores in each flight will win. Closest to the Pin ($2 entry) WILL BE FLIGHTED THIS YEAR On all 4 of the par 3 s, closest ball (on the green) to the pin wins. A and B flights will be combined on two Par 3 s and have a BLUE SIGN, C and D flights will be combined on two Par 3 s and have a YELLOW SIGN. If you did not enter this contest, PLEASE DO NOT sign or move the signs on the course. Long Drive ($3 entry) WILL BE FLIGHTED THIS YEAR Longest Drive that comes to rest in the fairway wins. If you did not enter this contest, PLEASE DO NOT sign or move this sign on the course. The Daily Tournament Rules Sheet at the Check-In table will inform you what hole the long drive contest will be on. A and B flights will be combined and have a BLUE SIGN, C and D flights will be combined and have a YELLOW SIGN. IF YOU HAVE ENTERED THIS CONTEST, IT IS IMPORTANT TO ONLY WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE SIGN FROM YOUR FLIGHT. Flighted Skins ($5 entry). Within your flight, get the lowest score on a hole(s) and win a skin(s) Skins will be designated either Gross or Net for each tournament. Hole-In-One Insurance ($1 entry). Get a hole in one and win the hole in one pot. NOTE: The Hole in one contest is only valid in REGULAR Kennedy Men s Club Tournaments at Kennedy and Wellshire. Day Money ($5 entry-per DAY). Top 3 scores in each flight will win. NOTE: only applies to the three, two-day events. Cash payouts will be available at the completion of scoring or at the check-in table of the next tournament you participate in. SENIOR FLIGHT Gentleman we are excited to announce we are continuing for the 2016 season a Seniors Flight for 2 tournaments. Both of the Low Net (5/1) and Low Gross/Low Net (6/25) will have the Seniors Flight. Anyone from the club who is 60 and older is eligible to participate in this flight but they must declare their intent when signing up for those events (the check in slips will have a box for you to check and must be done by the deadline date). We will need a minimum of 8 players to set this flight. If we do not get at least 8, you will be flighted accordingly to your GHIN index. Senior Flight will use the Front TEES and the round score will not be eligible for GHIN. MOUNTAIN GOLF TRIP This event will take place on July 30 th at Grand Lake golf course in Grand Lake, CO. ALL ARE WELCOME (friends and family) to participate in this fun day in the mountains. The format of this tournament will be a 2- person Better Ball. You can pick your partner or have the Committee assign you one. We encourage members to bring as many family members and friends as you wish. See page 20 or if you have any questions, contact Chris Strubel (See Pg. 1) for more information. 5

6 Kennedy Men s Club Local Rules Aeration Holes If a ball comes to rest in an aeration hole, the player may, without penalty, lift the ball and clean it. Anywhere through the green, the player shall drop the ball as near as possible to where it lay, but not nearer the hole. On the putting green, the player shall place the ball at the nearest spot not nearer the hole, which avoids the situation. Embedded Ball - Anywhere through the green a ball which is embedded in its own pitch-mark in the ground may be lifted without penalty, cleaned and dropped as near as possible to the spot it lay but not nearer the hole (See Rule 20). Through the green is the whole area of the course except: 1) Teeing ground and putting green of the Hole being played; 2) All Hazards on the Course. Ball Out of Bounds - If it is reasonable that a Player s ball may be out of bounds, the Player should play a provisional ball (do not forget to announce that it is a provisional ball before you hit it). When playing with the Kennedy Men s Club only, if a player discovers his ball is out of bounds and he didn t play a provisional ball, he may drop within two club lengths of the area where his fellow competitors deem the ball may have last crossed the out of bounds line and add a Penalty of 2 Strokes. Lost Ball - If it is reasonable that a Player s ball may be lost in bounds or outside of a hazard, the Player should play a provisional ball (do not forget to announce that it is a provisional ball before you hit it). When playing with the Kennedy Men s Club only. If a player discovers his ball is lost and it is probable that the ball did not go out of bounds or into a hazard, he may play it as an unplayable ball from the spot where his fellow competitors deem the ball may be lost and add a Penalty of 1 Stroke. All options under the unplayable ball rule apply (Rule 28). If you hit a provisional and you don t find your ball, play the provisional. You have five minutes to look for a lost ball. When In Doubt - Many times on the course, situations arise where a player or group is not certain of a ruling or how a player should proceed in a given situation. When playing with the Kennedy Men s Club only, if you find yourself in question, you should play two balls, for the given situation for the remainder of that hole. Then on your card, note each score you made with each ball and get a ruling from the committee at the conclusion of your round. Distance-Measuring devices are allowed in all Tournaments according to the USGA. For all Kennedy Men s Club events, a player may obtain distance information by using a device that measures distance only. However, if during a stipulated round a player uses a distance-measuring device that is designed to gauge or measure other conditions that might affect his play (e.g., gradient, wind-speed, temperature, elevation change, etc.), the player is in breach of Rule 14-3, for which the penalty is disqualification, regardless of whether any such additional functions are actually used. For Tournaments At J.F. Kennedy Golf Course #13 Anybody that hits their tee shot into the hazard and either does not find their ball or chooses to not even look for it may use the & drop area adding 1 stroke. On #13, the drop area will be on the other side of the creek in the rough just short of the fairway. On #15 #15 the drop area will be in front of the tee boxes down a bit in the fairway. Both drop areas will be marked with 2 orange sprinkler flags that will say Kennedy Men s Club Drop Area Only. Drop within 2 club lengths behind and between the flags. #17 For any ball you hit left and beyond the Weed Line along the entire length of the hole: If you find your ball you may play it as it lies and provided your ball does not move, moving loose impediments and grounding your club is acceptable. If you do not find your ball or you do find it but deem it as unplayable, determine the point where the ball crossed the Weed Line, drop within 2 club lengths of that point no nearer the hole and add a penalty of 1 stroke. Relief may be taken from any artificially surfaced road or path. (Decision 24/9 - A road or path to which any foreign material, e.g., concrete, tar, gravel, wood chips, etc. has been applied is artificially surfaced and thus an obstruction. For Tournaments At Wellshire Golf Course #10 The weed line at the base of the dam defines Out Of Bounds. Pond in the middle of the fairway is a Water Hazard. #18 For any Tee shot hit into the hazard, the drop area is the Women s Tee Box If your ball ends up in any Conservation / No-Mow area, you may enter any of these areas on foot. If you find your ball, you may play it as it lies and provided your ball does not move, moving loose impediments and grounding your club is acceptable. If you don t find your ball or you do find it but deem it as unplayable, determine the point where the ball entered the area, drop within 2 club lengths of that point no nearer the hole and add a penalty of 1 stroke. Absolutely NO CARTS (motorized or push) are allowed into ANY Conservation /No-Mow areas!! Relief may be taken from any artificially surfaced road or path. (Decision 24/9 - A road or path to which any foreign material, e.g., concrete, tar, gravel, wood chips, etc. has been applied is artificially surfaced and thus an obstruction. 6

7 SLOW PLAY Score Card Must Be Punched after 9 & 18 Ready Golf Play Ready Golf Ready Golf Play Ready Golf Ready Golf Play Ready Golf It is the obligation of every player to play without delay and to keep up with the group ahead of them. Here are a few pointers we ask you to follow: Be aware that you are behind so that you can do things that will help you catch up: Forget the honors system of who s shot it is and play READY GOLF EVERYWHERE ON THE COURSE! Don't delay on the greens. Read your putt quickly and/or while someone else is putting. Once you have started putting, please continue until you have holed out if it doesn t interfere with another players line. If you are the first one to finish putting, go ahead to the next hole and tee off. Pay attention to any and all errant shots to possibly avoid having to use a full 5 minutes looking for the ball. If you are walking, please quicken your step. If you are riding and have the opportunity to make a play before your walking companions are ready, please do. Remember Ready Golf. Each group MUST have their scorecard time stamped by the starter at the beginning of the round. Each group MUST also have the group marshal time stamp the scorecard at * THE SCORING TABLE AFTER 9 HOLES AND at the COMPLETION of the round. NOTE: Please do not stamp your card until your entire group is finished putting out on # 9 AND on # 18. It is not fair to the group behind you if you stamp before your group is finished. After stamping your card at the completion of your round, ensure all players sign the card and the totals are accurate and then turn it into the scoring committee without delay. If you are 15 minutes or less behind the group in front of you after #9 OR your TOTAL play time on the front 9 is no more than 2 hours and 15 minutes, no penalty. If you are 15 minutes OR less behind the group in front of you after #18 OR your total play time on the back 9 is no more than 2 hours and 15 minutes, no penalty. Groups in breach of the above statements will receive a 1 stroke penalty for either 9 where their time stamps don t comply. (2 stokes MAX) No time stamp after either 9, will result in a 1 stroke penalty for that 9. 2 strokes if no time stamps after either 9. Chronically slow players may be subject to censure and/or refusal to renew their memberships for the following year. Aside from just our designated Group Marshal, let s all take it upon ourselves to be Group Marshals, help each other out with difficult situations that slow the pace and do what we can, as soon as we can to move on and make our next play! We, as a club, have to do our part to make our tournament process faster. If you have a routine for practicing your game, include ways that you can make it faster. We have many great members and a great golf club and we are depending on everyone's integrity to take this to heart and make it the best golf club in the city. 7

8 CALCUTTA AUCTION EVENTS The 2 Man / 2 Day (June 4 th & 5 th ) and 2 Man / 2 Day (Sept 10 th & 11 th ) tournaments will BOTH have an extra cash payout for the top 4 teams in each Calcutta flight. The Calcutta Cash Pots will be built from money taken in for the sale of each team at the Calcutta Auctions. We will gather at 6:30 PM at Kennedy Restaurant on the Friday evenings prior to these tournaments Friday, June 3 rd for the first 2-Man Tournament, and Friday, September 9 th for the second 2-Man Tournament. Players may buy teams in hopes that those teams will finish in one of the top four places in the tournament. Often players bid in syndicates to improve their buying power. The Owner(s) of the top 4 teams will win the Calcutta pots in the following breakdown (40%, 30%, 20%, and 10%). Both 2 Man Calcutta events will have two separate Calcutta pots. Prior to the start of the tournament, if a team does not own the full interest in their team, they have the option to buy back a half interest in their team for half the bid price by making arrangements directly with the person who bought the team. The Committee assumes no responsibility for buy-backs. There will be several thousand dollars at stake, so it is IMPERATIVE that all players who sign up to play show up to the tournament and not eliminate their team from the Calcutta. ANY team(s) who ends up with a member who is a NO-SHOW will be EXCLUDED from the Calcutta portion of the payouts. Money spent on the purchase of the team(s) with a no-show will be refunded IN FULL to the owner(s) of the team(s). Because of the importance of maintaining the integrity of these Calcutta events, players who are no-shows at these tournaments may be barred from participating in future team events. 8

9 Extra Club Tournaments CLUB MATCH PLAY TOURNAMENT This is a season-long event that is open to all members for a one-time $10.00 entry fee. The field will be divided into four flights and each player will play with his current course handicap at the time of the match wheeling off the lower handicap player. It is each player s responsibility to declare his proper handicap on the first tee at the beginning of the Match (see Rule 6-2a). The final day to sign up is May 21 st. The Brackets will come out shortly after that date, with the schedule to complete each round. You may enter the Match Play tournament at the tournament check-in table or see pages 11 and 12. It is imperative that matches be played prior to the deadlines in order to keep everything on schedule. It is the player s responsibility to arrange their matches. If arrangements can t be made, both players may be disqualified. Your one-time charge of $10.00 will be for prize money. Contact Chris Strubel (See Pg. 1) for more information. BELFAIRS TOURNAMENT This is a season long event that is open to all members for a one-time $10.00 entry fee. It is an individual flighted and handicapped (one-half of USGA handicap index, including decimal) tournament. This is played simultaneously with our regular tournament schedule. This year there are ELEVEN eligible tournaments days. You will pick anywhere from 3 to 6 scores from any tournament of your choice as long as the tournament is an individual or better ball format at Kennedy or Wellshire. The Red, White and Blue Tournament on 9/24 will NOT be eligible for Belfairs posting. Before the Men s club tournament, you must declare it to count as one of your Belfairs rounds. At the check-in table for the tournament, there will be a sign up sheet for you to declare that it will be a Belfairs round. After your first Belfairs round, you must post no fewer than 3 but not more than 6 scores. Those scores will now be locked in and can t later be improved upon. Each subsequent Belfairs round is the same as the first on not yet locked in holes, post at least 3 but not more than 6 scores at the conclusion of the round. This continues until you have locked in all eighteen scores. NOTE: To be eligible for prize money, you MUST lock in 18 scores. This can be accomplished in as few as 3 tournaments. It is your responsibility to track your progress so you know what holes are locked in and what holes you still need to post. Make sure you keep track and get all 18 scores! To be eligible to play in this tournament, you must register and pay by the July 10 th tournament. You may enter the Belfairs tournament at the tournament check-in table or see pages 11 and 12. Your one-time charge of $10.00 will be for prize money. The number of flights will be determined by the number of entries in the tournament. At least two players from each flight will receive payouts. Again, you MUST notify the tournament check-in table by putting your name on the Belfairs sheet BEFORE the round on days you will post Belfairs tournament scores. After the round, post your 3 to 6 hole scores on the Belfairs sheet at the tournament scoreboards and on your personal score tracking sheet. One-Half of your first USGA handicap index computed after October 1, 2016 will be the handicap used for the entire tournament. If you have any questions, contact Chris Strubel (See Pg. 1) for more information. 9

10 TOURNAMENT DETAILS AND ENTRY SHEETS ENTRY FORMS FOR CLUB MATCH PLAY AND BELFAIRS. On page 11, you will find a sign up form for the Club Match Play and Belfairs Tournaments. MAKE NOTE of the entry deadlines!!! See page 9 or contact Chris Strubel (See Pg. 1) for more information. ENTRY SHEET FOR ALL OR A GROUP OF TOURNAMENTS. On page 12, you will find a sheet that allows you to enter all or multiple tournaments and skip the hassles of signing up for each tournament individually. We would like to point out a few things about this sheet: If you pay for all or multiple tournaments up front and find later that you need to withdrawal from one or more of them, you will receive full credit of money paid for the tournament(s), as long as our tournament chairman and our treasurer knows you are withdrawing a minimum of TWO WEEKS prior to the tournament(s) you are withdrawing from. In the Boxes where you see N/A means that particular contest will not be in effect and is not available for those tournaments. Where you see Team in any of the Skins boxes means that tournament will have Team Skins and ALL Team members must enter for your team to be eligible. Where you see Team in any of the Day Money boxes means that tournament will have Team Day Money and ALL Team members must enter for your team to be eligible. For each of the tournaments that you are going to enter, you MUST at least pay Green Fees so at least circle the dollar amount in each of the Green Fees boxes. Then for those tournaments that you are entering, circle each dollar amount for every available contest that you want to pay for. Fill in the Sub Total Amounts, Match Play & Belfairs Amounts and Total Amount Enclosed. Make Note of different green fee prices for Grand Lake (7/30) and Kennedy (9/24) and (10/8) If you use page 12 to enter any or all of the tournaments, PLEASE verify that your name is on it and that your amounts are correct for all events that you are entering!!! INDIVIDUAL TOURNAMENT DETAIL SHEETS AND ENTRY FORMS. On pages 13 thru 26 you will find a separate sheet for each tournament being held this year. Each one of these sheets has pertinent information relating to the tournament for that day. There is also an entry form at the bottom of each sheet for that tournament. You may mail these entry forms in or bring them to the check-in table at the tournament prior to the one you are entering. MAKE NOTE of the entry deadlines!!! Please make sure your name is included, Check Selections, write in total, put a check mark for Cash OR Check, if a Check write check # and verify that ALL is correct before mailing with check or submitting to the check-in table. 10

11 Kennedy Men s Club Membership Entry Form 2016 Name DOB Address City ZIP #1 #2 Home Phone Work Phone Cell Phone New Members: GHIN # Full Dues of $ I will will not be attending the spring banquet Cut Here Sign Up Form For The Club Match Play Tournament 2016 Entry Deadline: May 21st MP Name: Please write in total, put a check mark for cash OR Check, write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Entry Fees: (Required) $ Cut Here Sign Up Form For The Belfairs Tournament 2016 Entry Deadline: July 10 th BF Name: Please write in total, put a check mark for cash OR Check, write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Entry Fees: (Required) $

12 Entry Sheet for all (or group) of the 2016 Tournaments NAME: Senior Flight: Y/N 5/1, Y/N 6/25 circle (Pg. 5) Enter your name above. For any tournaments that you want to enter, you MUST pay Green Fees so at least circle the amount in each of the Green Fees boxes. Then for those tournaments that you are entering, circle any of the other available contests that you wish to pay for. ** Make Note of different green fee prices for Grand Lake (7/30) and Kennedy (9/24) and (10/8) After circling dollar amounts below, fill in the Sub Total Amounts, Match Play & Belfairs Amounts and Total Amount Enclosed. Submit this sheet along with payment at the Spring Banquet or at any time by mail. Make note of the entry deadlines. Make checks payable to: KMC and mail to: Kennedy Men s Club P.O. Box Denver, CO Tourney Date (1) Apr 9 (2) May 1 (3) May 21 (4) May 28 (5) June 4 June 5 - (6) Jun 25 (7) Jul 10 (8) Jul 23 (9) Jul 30 (10) Aug 13 Green Fees Skins Hole In One Par 3 Closest $40.00 $1.00 $2.00 $40.00 $1.00 $2.00 $40.00 $1.00 $2.00 Low G/N net gross gross Long Drive Day Money $ N/A May 14 $80.00 Team $1.00 $2.00 N/A $3.00 Team $1.00 $2.00 $40.00 $1.00 $2.00 $40.00 Team $1.00 $2.00 $40.00 $1.00 $2.00 gross gross gross gross Entry Deadline Course Format $3.00 N/A Mar 26 Kenn Individual Low Gross $3.00 N/A Apr 17 Well Ind. Low Net $3.00 N/A May 7 Kenn Memorial Tournament $3.00 Fox Hollow Team May 21 Well Team - Kenn $85.00 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Jul 16 $80.00 $1.00 $2.00 Aug 14 - $1.00 $2.00 (11) Aug 27 (12) Sept 10 $40.00 $1.00 $2.00 $80.00 Sept 11 - (13) Sep 24 (14) Oct 8 Cart Included $75.00 Team Team gross gross net $1.00 $2.00 N/A $3.00 $1.00 $2.00 $1.00 $3.00 $58.00 $1.00 $2.00 gross gross gross Individual Low Gross 2-Man 9 Scramble/ 9 Scotch 2-Man 9 Best Ball/ 9 Aggregate $3.00 N/A Jun 11 Kenn Low Gross/Low Net $3.00 N/A Jun 25 Well 4-Man $3.00 N/A Jul 9 Kenn 2 Man Shamble Grand Lake 2-Person Better Ball $3.00 Jul 30 Kenn Club Championship $ Kenn Club Championship $3.00 N/A Aug 14 Kenn 4-Man Money Ball $3.00 Team Team $3.00 N/A Sep 11 Kenn Aug 27 Kenn 2-Man Scramble - Kenn 2-Man Better Ball 27 Hole Red, White, & Blue $3.00 N/A Sep 24 Kenn Ind. Cash Cow Skins Sub Total Amounts: $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Combine These Sub Total Amounts And Enter Here: Sub Total Amount: 1 st Amount =$ Match Play - Entry Deadline May 21 Entry Fee: $10.00 Belfairs - Entry Deadline Jul 10 Entry Fee: $10.00 Circle either or both of these events, Total and Enter Here: M.P. & Belfairs Total Amount: 2 nd Amount =$ Combine 1 st Amount and 2 nd Amount Totals And Enter Total Amount Enclosed Here: Paid by: Cash Check # =$ 12

13 Tournament: Individual Stroke Play Low Gross Date: Saturday April 9 th at Kennedy G. C. Starting Time: 10:00 A.M. Tee Times are available 3 days prior to the tournament. See your , check the website at or call Kennedy Pro Shop (720) Entry Deadline: March 26 th Format: Payouts: Individual stroke play - flighted; Callaway flight for players without an established handicap. This is an individual event. It will be Low Gross (no handicap). Players with USGA handicaps will be flighted into five or six flights, using April 1 st GHIN revision. Members without a Handicap will be in a Callaway flight and adjusted using the Callaway Scoring System at the end of the tournament. $1, divided among all flights (Estimated). Lowest Gross score wins in each flight Gift Certificate. Multiple places will be paid in each flight. Cash Options: Payouts for Skins by flight, Long Drive, Closest to the Pin (2 Par 3's per Flight), and Low Net by Flight will be determined by the number of entries. Skins will be GROSS within your flight. (includes the Callaway flight) Hole in one pot will be awarded to anyone who has entered the Hole in One contest for this tournament AND gets a hole in one. This event can be used for Belfairs Cut Here Individual Stroke Play Low Gross -- Kennedy G. C. Tournament Date: April 9 th (Entry Deadline: March 26 th ) 1 Name: Please check selections, write in total, put a check mark for cash OR write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Greens Fees (required) $40.00 Par 3 Closest (optional) $2.00 Skins (optional) $ 5.00 Low Net (optional) Hole-in-One (optional) $ 1.00 Long Drive (optional) $

14 Entry Deadline: April 17 th Tournament: Individual Stroke Play Low Net Date: Sunday May 1 st at Wellshire G. C. Starting Time: 11:00 A.M. Tee Times are available 3 days prior to the tournament. See your , check the website at or call Kennedy Pro Shop (720) Format: Individual Low Net Stroke Play With Handicap Flighted. This is a Low Net tournament using 100% of your April 15th handicap index adjusted for course slope. There will be no ties. Ties will be broken according to CGA/USGA tie breaking formula. There will be 4 flights. Note: Senior Flight added for this event Payouts: $1, divided among all flights (Estimated). Lowest Gross/Lowest Net scores wins in each flight Gift Certificate. Multiple places will be paid in each flight. Cash Options: Payouts for Skins by flight, Long Drive, Closest to the Pin (2 Par 3's per Flight), and Low Gross by Flight will be determined by the number of entries. Skins will be Net skins within your flight. Hole in one pot will be awarded to anyone who has entered the Hole in One contest for this tournament AND gets a hole in one. This event can be used for Belfairs Cut Here Individual Stroke Play - Low Net -- Wellshire G. C. Tournament Date: May 1 st (Entry Deadline: April 17 th ) 2 Name: Please check selections, write in total, put a check mark for cash OR write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Greens Fees (required) $40.00 Par 3 Closest (optional) $2.00 Skins (optional) $ 5.00 Low Gross (optional) Hole-in-One (optional) $ 1.00 Long Drive (optional) $3.00 Senior Flight (optional age 60) Play from Front Tees 14

15 Entry Deadline: May 7th Tournament: Memorial Tournament Date: Saturday May 21 th at Kennedy G. C. Starting Time: 11:00 A.M. Tee Times are available 3 days prior to the tournament. See your , check the website at or call Kennedy Pro Shop (303) Format: Individual stroke play using our Memorial Honorees handicaps 4 Flights 1 st Flight Bob Mize Flight 25 Strokes 2 nd Flight Bob Linehan Flight 23 Strokes 3 rd Flight Rick Hall Flight 18 Strokes 4 th Flight Dave Harper Flight 6 Strokes Payouts: Cash Options: This is an individual event that is themed each year around a person(s), living or who have passed, who has made meaningful contributions to the club. $1, divided among all flights (Estimated). Multiple places will be paid in each flight. Payouts for Skins by flight, Long Drive, Closest to the Pin (2 Par 3's per Flight), and Low Gross by Flight will be determined by the number of entries. Skins will be Gross skins within your flight. Hole in one pot will be awarded to anyone who has entered the Hole in One contest for this tournament AND gets a hole in one. This event can be used for Belfairs Cut Here Individual Stroke Play Memorial Tournament - Kennedy G. C. Tournament Date: May 21 st (Entry Deadline: May 7th) 3 Name: Please check selections, write in total, put a check mark for cash OR write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Greens Fees (required) $40.00 Par 3 Closest (optional) $2.00 Skins (optional) $ 5.00 Low Gross (optional) Hole-in-One (optional) $ 1.00 Long Drive (optional) $

16 Entry Deadline: May 14 th Tournament: Individual Stroke Play Low Gross Date: Saturday May 28 th at Fox Hollow G. C. Starting Time: 11:45 P.M. Tee Times are available 3 days prior to the tournament. See your , check the website at or call Fox Hollow Pro Shop (303) Format: Payouts: Individual stroke play - flighted This is an individual event. It will be Low Gross (no handicap). Players with USGA handicaps will be flighted into five or six flights using May 15 th GHIN Revision, so you will be competing against golfers with similar abilities. Green Fees are $60 (This includes Cart and $11 p/p for prize money) $11.00 per person in Fox Hollow Club House certificates with the total payout being determined by the amount of entrants in the tournament. Lowest Gross score wins in each flight Gift Certificate. Multiple places will be paid in each flight. Cash Options: Payouts for Skins by flight, Long Drive, Closest to the Pin (2 Par 3's per Flight), and Low Net by Flight will be determined by the number of entries. Skins will be GROSS within your flight Cut Here Individual Stroke Play Low Gross -- Fox Hollow G. C. Tournament Date: May 28 th (Entry Deadline: May 14 th ) 4 Name: Please check selections, write in total, put a check mark for cash OR write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Greens Fees (required) $60.00 Par 3 Closest (optional) $2.00 Skins (optional) $ 5.00 Low Net (optional) Long Drive (optional) $

17 Tournament: 2-Man 9 Scramble 9 Scotch / 2-Man 9 Best Ball 9Aggregate - Calcutta - 2 Days Date: Saturday June 4 th at Wellshire G. C. AND Sunday June 5 th at Kennedy G. C. Starting Time: 11:00 A.M. Saturday and 8 A.M. Sunday Tee Times are available 3 days prior to the tournament. See your , check the website at or call Wellshire Pro Shop (303) or Kennedy Pro Shop (720) ***Calcutta Auction will be held June 5 th at Kennedy Restaurant at 6:30 P.M. Entry Deadline: May 21 st Format: Saturday 2-Man 9 Hole Scramble and 9 hole Scotch on Saturday and 2-Man 9 hole Best Ball and 9 Hole Aggregate on Sunday. - Flighted both days. June 1 st GHIN Revision will be used to set flights. This is a 2 Man Team event. Pick your own partner or one will be assigned to you. NOTE: The partner you choose MUST have a handicap that is within 10 strokes of your handicap. Teams will be flighted into 2 flights. Each team will be allowed 50% of the combined team handicap. The front 9 holes are played as a 2 Man Scramble. Scramble / Scotch: The back 9 holes are played as a true Scotch format. The team will designate a player "A" who will tee off on #10. The other player "B" will hit the second shot, player "A" will hit the third shot, etc. until the ball is holed out. The tee shot on the next hole will be from player B, player A the second, etc. Player A will tee off on the even holes 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18. Player B on the odd holes. Follow this format until all 9 holes are completed. NOTE: BOTH players must use the SAME BALL that is in play in the Scotch format! i.e. When player A tees off on #10, player B MUST hit that ball in play on the 2 nd shot, he may NOT pick that ball up and put down his own. Both players may tee off on #11 and #14 (the par 3s) for purposes of the Closest to the Pin and/or the Hole-In-One Contests. However, the tee ball struck by the designated team player who has the honor on hole #11 and hole #14 IS the ball in play and the one that counts for the Scotch!! Sunday BB / Aggregate: Payouts: Each player will get 90% of their handicap. The front 9 holes are played as 2 Man Best Ball and the back 9 holes are played as 2 Man Aggregate (Both balls added for total hole score). $2, divided among all flights (Estimated). The Lowest Net score wins in each flight Gift Certificate. Multiple places will be paid in each flight. NOTE: All Teams will be divided into 4 flights for regular tournament payouts ($2, Gift Certificates) and 2 flights for the Calcutta payouts (cash). The Calcutta will have 2 Calcutta pots one for each Calcutta flight. The owners of the top 4 teams in each Calcutta flight will divvy up their respective pots in the following percentages. 40%, 30%, 20% and 10% Cash Options: Payouts for Team Skins by flight, Long Drive, Closest to the Pin (2 Par 3's per Flight), Low Gross by Flight on SUNDAY only and Team Day Money by flight will be determined by the number of entries. Skins will be GROSS Team Skins within your flight on Sat. and NET Team Skins within your flight on Sun. based on the team score for each hole. BOTH team members must enter to be eligible. Day Money will be Net Team Day Money within your flight both days. The top 3 Low Net Team Scores in each flight for the day will win the Day Money Pot. The Hole in One pot will be awarded to anyone who has entered the Hole in One contest for this tournament AND gets a hole in one. Sunday s round only can be used for Belfairs Cut Here Man 9 Scramble 9 Scotch / 2-Man 9 Best 9 Aggregate w/calcutta-sat at Wellshire and Sun at Kennedy. Tournament Dates: June 4 th and 5 th (Entry Deadline: May 21 st ) Name: Partner Name Please check selections, write in total, put a check mark for cash OR write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Greens Fees (required) $80.00 Team Skins Sat (opt) $ 5.00 Long Drive Sat (opt) $ 3.00 Par 3 Closest Sun (opt) $2.00 Hole-in-One Sat (opt) $ 1.00 NO LOW GROSS SAT. Team Day Money Sun(opt) Par 3 Closest Sat. (opt) $ 2.00 Team Skins Sun (opt) $ 5.00 Long Drive Sun (opt.) $3.00 Team Day Money Sat (opt)$ 5.00 Hole-in-One Sun (opt)$ 1.00 Low Gross Sun (opt.) 17 5

18 Entry Deadline: June 11th Tournament: Individual Stroke Play Low Gross/Low Net Date: Saturday June 25th at Kennedy G. C. Starting Time: 11:00 A.M. Tee Times are available 3 days prior to the tournament. See your , check the website at or call Kennedy Pro Shop (720) Format: Individual Low Gross/Low Net Stroke Play With Handicap Flighted. This is a Low Gross/Low Net tournament using 100% of your June 15 th GHIN Revision handicap index adjusted for course slope. Top 3 LG scores and top 3 LN scores in each flight will be determined by stroke play and handicap. Individuals can only win in 1 category, either gross or net. If a player finishes in the top 3 in both categories, highest payout will determine which category they are placed in. There will be no ties, ties will be broken according to CGA/USGA tie breaking formula. There will be 4 flights. Note: Senior Flight added for this event Payouts: $1, divided among all flights (Estimated). Lowest Gross/Lowest Net scores wins in each flight Gift Certificate. 3 Places for Low Gross and 3 Places for Low Net, will be paid in each flight. Cash Options: Payouts for Skins by flight, Long Drive, Closest to the Pin (2 Par 3's per Flight), and Low Gross by Flight will be determined by the number of entries. Skins will be Net skins within your flight. Hole in one pot will be awarded to anyone who has entered the Hole in One contest for this tournament AND gets a hole in one. This event can be used for Belfairs Cut Here Individual Stroke Play - Low Gross/ Low Net -- Kennedy G. C. Tournament Date: June 25 th (Entry Deadline: June 11 th ) 6 Name: Please check selections, write in total, put a check mark for cash OR write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Greens Fees (required) $40.00 Par 3 Closest (optional) $2.00 Skins (optional) $ 5.00 Low Net (optional) Hole-in-One (optional) $ 1.00 Long Drive (optional) $3.00 Senior Flight (optional age 60) Play from Front Tees 18

19 Entry Deadline: June 26 th Tournament: 4-Man 1-2-3; AA-BB or CC-DD Date: Saturday July 10 th at Wellshire G. C. Starting Time: 11:00 A.M. Tee Times are available 3 days prior to the tournament. See your , check the website at or call Wellshire Pro Shop (303) Format: Payouts: 4-Man AA, BB flight one or CC, DD flight two. This is a 4-man team event established by the committee. Each team in flight one will consist of two A and two B players sorted by July 1 st adjusted course index. Flight two will consist of two C and two D players. For purposes of illustration, Team1 selection in flight one is started with lowest indexed A player, highest indexed A player, lowest indexed B player and highest indexed B player. The next team will be the next lowest/highest indexed player from each of the 2 groups. The teams in flight two will be determined in the same manner. 4-Man This is a net event using 80% of individual handicaps adjusted for course slope. On holes one through six, the hole score for each team will be the lowest net score of one player. On holes seven through twelve, the hole score for each team will be the total of the two lowest net scores of two players. On holes thirteen through eighteen, the hole score for each team will be the total of the three lowest net scores of three players. $1, divided between the two flights (Estimated). Lowest Net team score wins in each flight Gift Certificate. Multiple places will be paid in each flight. Cash Options: Payouts for team Skins and Low Gross by flight, Long Drive and Closest to the Pin (2 Par 3's per Flight) will be determined by the number of entries. Skins will be NET Team Skins within your flight based on the team score for each hole. ALL team members must enter to be eligible. Hole in one pot will be awarded to anyone who has entered the Hole in One contest for this tournament AND gets a hole in one. This event can be used for Belfairs Cut Here Man 1-2-3; AA,BB or CC,DD -- Wellshire G. C. Tournament Date: July 10 th (Entry Deadline: June 26 th ) Name: Please check selections, write in total, put a check mark for cash OR write check # and verify that ALL is correct. Greens Fees (required) $40.00 Par 3 Closest (optional) $2.00 Team Skins (optional) $ 5.00 Low Gross (optional) Hole-in-One (optional) $ 1.00 Long Drive (optional) $

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