Thank you for your interest in Inver Wood’s 2018 Men’s Senior League. Inver Wood serves the community each golf season providing both open access and limited league formats that promote casual, social, and competitive golf play.
Here you will find all the information you need regarding format, scheduling, and the league registration process. Once again thank you for your interest in Inver Wood Golf Course
Thursday Mornings - 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM
Sixteen Week Season Tee Times: 8:30 – 10:00 AM
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all interested individuals 60 + years of age. The Senior League is organized to allow participants
the chance to meet new players, enjoy being outdoors and the exercise golf provides,
but mainly for friendly competition and fun!
SEASON: The season will be for a total of 16 weeks of play. The season will begin on Thursday, May 3rd and end on Thursday August 16th.
Tee Times will begin at 8:30 AM and run through 10:00 AM each Thursday morning.
PLAY: All players must have a current U.S.G.A handicap. A different contest/game will be held each week.
Green fees will be collected from each individual on the day of play.
Individual Entry Fee:
For: Weekly Prize System
Handicap Fee (per player):
All individuals interested in playing in the Saturday league must fill out a league application form and return it to the Inver Wood Golf Shop.
League registration forms may be picked up at the Golf Shop or a downloadable form is available on this site
Interested individuals may join the league at any time provided the $50 entry fee is paid.
THURSDAY SENIOR LEAGUE SCHEDULE
May 3rd – Stableford Points
Player with the most points wins. Scoring is as follows: 1 point net bogey, 2 points net par, 3 points net birdie, 4 points net eagle.
May 10th – Blind Bogey
Each player completes their round. Six (6) randomly selected holes, by the Inver Wood Staff, will be thrown out. The twelve (12) remaining holes are
added up. Low score wins.
May 17th - Match vs. Par
Par is your opponent. The first line on the scorecard is for your net score and the second line on the scorecard is for keeping track of your match vs. par. If your net score on the hole beats par write a (W) underneath your score, if you lose to par write an (L) underneath and a dash (-) if you tie par. The winner is the player with the most net wins (wins minus losses) vs. par on his scorecard.
May 24th - Red Tees
Play will be from the Red tee markers. Gross score minus handicap.
May 31st – Quota Points
The goal is to beat a pre-determined target score of 36 points. Each golfer begins play with the amount of points equal to their
course handicap (ex: if a player’s course handicap is 10, then 10 is his starting amount of points). Your gross (not net) score on a hole earns you points in the following way: Bogey = 1 point, Par = 2 points, Birdie = 4 points, Eagle = 8 points. You add each holes points to your starting point total (Example: a player’s handicap is 10, so his starting point total is 10, if he pars the first hole (gross) he gets 2 points, so he now has 12 points). The golfer whose point total exceeds 36 by the most wins.
June 7th - Take Out Worst 3 Holes
A player’s 3 worst holes are not counted in their final score. Low score after deducting those holes is the winner.
June 14th - Putts
Player with the fewest putts wins.
June 21st – 4 Man Scramble (Best Shot)
Team pairings will be made by the Inver Wood staff based on handicap. Each player tees off on a hole. The team then selects the best drive and marks it. Each member of the team then hits the next shot from the mark. Each subsequent shot is made in this manner until the hole is completed. Every team members drive must be used at least twice.
June 28th - Match vs. Par
(See May 17th)
July 5th - Blind Bogey
( See May 10th )
July 12th - Take Out Worst 3 Holes
(See June 7th)
July 19th – Stableford Points
( See May 3rd )
July 26th – Red Tees
( See May 24th )
August 2nd - Putts
( See June 14th )
August 9th – Quota Points
( See May 31st)
August 16th – Scramble “Best Shot” (4 Man Team)
(See June 21st)
*Each weeks play will also include on-course events and a
low net score competition (excluding play on 6/21 & 8/16).