CLUB ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS
The following information describes how members are rewarded for their achievements. Awards are presented at the year-end banquet.
The Ringer Board is a hole-by-hole record of a player's personal game improvement throughout Tuesday season play. After the player’s first round, the score for each hole will be recorded on the Ringer Board in the locker room. If the player’s score on any hole improves on subsequent Tuesdays during league play only – write in the new score. At the fall AGM, winners will be announced for handicap categories. Equitable stroke does not apply to the Ringer Board.
BIRDIES & MORE
If a player makes a birdie during Tuesday league play, record it on the “Birdie Sheet” in the locker room. Have the score attested by a playing partner. At the fall AGM, players with birdies, and other attested special achievements (eagle and/or a holes-in-one) will be recognized and rewarded.
A Jolly Roger is a hole-out from off the green (a “chip-in”) achieved during Tuesday league play. Note the “JR” on the player’s scorecard, have it attested by the player’s playing partner and record it on the sheet in the locker room. At the fall AGM, players will be recognized and rewarded.
This is a nationally sponsored stroke play competition available to Golf Canada (formerly RCGA) members, less full handicap, to be played at the member club course. Players must participate in 4 out of 8 Pin Days to be eligible. Pin Days will be designated on the season calendar and must be played on the dates specified. Players of similar handicap ranges are drawn together. Scorecards must be dated, scored and attested. Players will record their gross score (before equitable stroke control is applied) in the “Pin Day (Red) Binder”. Awards are made to winners and runners-up.
BREAKING ‘100’, ‘90’, ‘80’
Congratulations! Players will turn in their signed and attested scorecard to receive an Alberta Golf pin which is awarded for the first time break only, at each level. Players’ accomplishments must occur during a regular VLGC Tuesday morning round and will be recognized at the fall AGM. Players who achieve one of these levels at another time or at a different course, should have the card attested and then request the specific pin from Alberta Golf.
Special ball markers are awarded to ladies who have been active club members for 20, 25, 30 and 35 years.