WEDNESDAY MIXER PROCEDURE

 

Wednesday’s play is normally an individual game and the following procedure will be instituted to insure that all members have an opportunity to play on Wednesday’s.

Here is a description of the process;

Seven days before the scheduled Wednesday day of play, the scoring committee will send an invitation to all men’s club members asking “playing” or “not playing”?
All members must select playing if they want to be included in the Wednesday game.
Members that want to form their own foursome can send a message to the manager listing the players he would like to be paired with, but all must have signed up to play when they receive the invitation.
On Tuesday before the day of play the scoring committee will mix those members that have chosen playing and edit the pairings to accommodate as many of the members requesting specific playing partners as possible.
o The T sheet will be emailed to all of the players that have chosen to play either through random pairing or those that have requested specific playing partners.
o All signups will be online through the Golf Genius software program, no Pro-Shop signups will be accepted if a member wants to be in the $5.00 game.
o Score cards will be generated and emailed to Lindy Anderson to be printed the morning of play
On Wednesday afternoon of the day of play the scoring committee will enter scores and publish results to the bulletin board and to the men’s club web site.

The scoring committee will honor as many requests for pairings as practical and the majority of members will be randomly mixed or mixed by handicap with other members.The purpose of this procedure is to insure that new members or members that seldom play can easily gain a T time to mix with other members of the men’s club for Wednesday play.  


SATURDAY MIXER PROCEDURE

Seven days before the Saturday date of play we will send an email invitation via Golf Genius to the Men’s Club members describing the game and reminding them that they must sign up by noon on the Wednesday before Saturday play to be included in the Men’s Club $5.00 game.  A member can choose not to be in the Men’s Club game by selecting “not playing” or by ignoring the invitation.  Members can still make their own T time, but they will not be included in the $5.00 game nor will their T time be in the block reserved for the Men’s Club.  The purpose of this change is twofold; 1) to insure that new members or members that seldom play can easily gain a T time to mix with the membership that are willing to mix, and 2) to increase the fairness of team competitions.

Here is a description of the inclusive mixing process;

Seven days before the scheduled Saturday day of play, the scoring committee will send an invitation to all Men’s Club members asking “playing” or “not playing”? The game being played will be described in the email.
If a member wants to be included in the game they must select “playing” before Wednesday noon before the Saturday day of play.
There will be a short wait list for members who sign up late but to guarantee a place in the game please try and sign up before Wednesday noon.
The round roster for Saturday play will already be populated in Golf Genius withthose members that have answered the invitation with “playing”
On Friday afternoon the scoring committee will complete the following tasks;
o Update the handicaps in the master roster and in the league roster
o Automatically Pair the members in the round roster using ABCD format
o Generate a T time sheet that will be sent to all members that have confirmed “playing” and a copy of the T sheet will be sent to the pro shop. 
o Generate Score cards and email the cards to Lindy Anderson to be printed the morning of play
o Saturday scoring and posting remain the same.

If a member fails to sign up by Wednesday noon, or is not selected from the short wait list they can phone the pro-shop to make their own T time, but because the Saturday game is most often a team game they will not be included in the $5.00 member game nor will their T time be in the block reserved for the Men’s Club.