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Tournament Prizes

Low Putts - past winners

awarded to the player with the lowest number of putts on the first day.  Ties will be broken using player's second day’s total putts.

Two Lady Team past winners

awarded to the 2 players from the same club with the lowest combined gross score from the first day of play.  Clubs with only 2 or 3 entrants qualify for this prize.  Ties will be broken using the team members' second day gross scores.

Four Lady Team past winners

awarded to the 4 players from the same club with the lowest combined gross score from the first day of play.  Clubs with 4 or more entrants qualify for this prize.  Ties will be broken using the team members' second day gross scores.

Medalist past medalists

awarded to the player with the lowest gross score from the first two days of play.  If there is a tie for the lowest 2-day gross score, duplicate prizes will be awarded.

Memorial Low Net past winners

(established in memory of deceased ISWGA past participants) awarded to the player with the lowest net score from the first two days of play.  Ties will be broken by backing up the second day score card starting from the #1 handicap hole using net scores.  This prize cannot be won by the Medalist winner.

Super Senior Low Gross past winners

awarded to the player who has the lowest two-day gross score and is 66 years of age or older by the first day of the tournament.  Ties will be broken by backing up the second day score card starting from the #1 handicap hole using gross scores.  This prize cannot be won by the Medalist winner.

Super Senior Low Net past winners

awarded to the player who has the lowest two-day net score and is 66 years of age or older by the first day of the tournament.  Ties will be broken by backing up the second day score card starting from the #1 handicap hole using net scores.  This prize cannot be won by the Medalist or Super Senior Low Gross winner.

Legend Low Net past winners

awarded to the player who has the lowest two-day net score and is 75 years of age or older by the first day of the tournament.  Ties will be broken by backing up the second day score card starting from the #1 handicap hole using gross scores.  This prize cannot be won by the Medalist, Memorial Low Net or Super Senior winners.

Championship Flight (sweet sixteen)

prizes are awarded to the sixteen players with the lowest total gross score from the first 2 days of play.  Ties for 16th place will be broken by a sudden death playoff beginning on the first hole.

Champion past champions

the player with the lowest 3-day gross score is awarded a prize that she may keep and a traveling trophy on which her name will be engraved.  Ties will be broken by a sudden death play-off beginning on the first hole.

Flight Prizes

Players will be divided into flights based on their first 2 day’s total gross score.  Players with the same 2-day total will be kept in the same flight, if possible, while trying to keep each flight approximately the same size. 1st through 3rd place gross and net prizes are awarded in each flight based on each player’s total score for all three days of the tournament.  If there is a tie for any flight prize, the player with the lower first day gross score will win the better prize. If there is still a tie, the player with the lower third day gross score will win the better prize. If there is still a tie, it will be broken by backing up the score card for the 3rd day from the #1 handicap hole.

 

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