Southern Maryland Amateur Golf Tournament

Breton Bay Golf and Country Club

June 17-19, 2022

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TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION


Eligibility
This tournament is open to male amateur golfers

Competition:
The tournament is a 54 hole stroke play event. The format will feature (4) divisions:
- Overall Championship Division - Blue Tees
- Junior Division (under 18 as of June 17) - Blue Tees
- Senior Division (must have reached 55th birthday by June 17) - White Tees
- Super Senior Division (must have reached 65th birthday by June 17) - Gold Tees

The Super Senior Division will be a Gross and Net Scoring Division. Super Seniors ages 65-79 will tee off from the Gold Tees and Super Seniors ages 80 and over will compete from the Green Tees.
The Senior Division and Super Senior Division players will not be permitted to compete for the overall Championship Title.
Seniors can always elect to participate in the Regular Division to compete for the overall Championship Title.
Players will be flighted based upon their handicap index and compete in their flight all three days. Handicaps must be verified by their club pro.

Entries:
Entries open on May 1, 2021 and close on June 12, 2022. The entry fee is:
$150 for Juniors (under 18)
$175 for BRETON BAY Members
$295 for all others

NO APPLICATION WILL BE ACCEPTED OR CONSIDERED RECEIVED UNLESS THE APPROPRIATE ENTRY FEE IS INCLUDED. Your entry includes, golf carts for 3 days, Range Balls, beverages outside in-between each 9 holes, an awards banquet with heavy hors d'oeuvres and a tee gift.

Your entry includes:
-Green Fees, Cart Fees and Range Balls for all 3 days
-Beverages outside in-between each 9 holes all 3 days consisting of water, soda, and beer (Must be at least 21 years of age to consume)
-Food/Drink Vouchers to be used during the tournament
-Tee Gift

Prizes:
- Regular Flight - Top 3 Places in each Flight
- Senior Flight - Top 3 Places in each Flight
- Junior Division - Top 2
- Super Senior Division - Top 2 or 3 depending on participants

Pace of Play
The Southern Maryland Amateur policy leaves the responsibility for maintaining the pace of play where it belongs, with the player. Efficient pace of play is a huge factor in a successful and positive Southern Maryland Amateur experience for all participants in accordance with Rule 6-7 of the USGA® Rules of Golf.

Lead Groups
The first group(s) must finish their first nine holes within the maximum allotted time established by the committee which is 2 hours 15 minutes. If the lead group finishes over the maximum allotted time after nine holes, each player in the group will be assessed a 2-stroke penalty on their 9th hole. The first group(s) off each tee must also finish 18 holes within the maximum allotted time established by the committee which is 4 hours 30 minutes. Failure to finish under this maximum allotted time for 18-holes will result in a 2-stroke penalty, which will be assessed to the score on the final hole of play.

Following Groups
- A 2-stroke penalty will be assessed to any group failing to complete their 9th hole within 14 minutes of the group in front of them AND over their maximum allotted time
- A 2-stroke penalty will be assessed to any group failing to complete their 18th hole within 14 minutes of the group in front of them AND over their maximum allotted time
- Players are advised of the following:
     - Rules officials are not required to notify a player and/or group that they are behind.
     - Each group is responsible for monitoring its own pace. Being in position means to be immediately behind the group in front of you.
     - As a courtesy to each player, the pace of play policy will be reiterated on the starting hole
     - As a courtesy to each player, the maximum allotted time will be on your official scorecard

Concerned Players and Appeals
A player concerned about slow player(s) in a group should first remind that player of the pace of play policy and encourage them to play more efficiently. The concerned player may, before or after penalties are assessed, request an Official to monitor the group. If a player is identified as holding up the pace of the group, penalties may be applied to that player and rescinded from the others. Appeals for exceptional situations will be considered only in the scoring area after the completion of the round and prior to the return of a player’s scorecard.

Information:
Players can request preferred tee times and foursomes on Friday and Saturday. Tee Times will be the same Friday and Saturday.


Name
Age (as of June 17, 2022)
Division
HDCP Index
HDCP Holder for Lookup (Enter GHIN, MSGA, VSGA, etc)
GHIN / MSGA / VSGA ID
Address
City
State
Zip Code
Email
Home Course
Phone
Preferred Tee Time
Preferred Pairing (Enter Players you would like to paired with on the first two days)