Rules

Elementary for a good game

Definitions

Player: a term used to describe a player

Team: term used to refer to two players playing together in four-ball match play

Team: A term used to refer to a set of players on a team.

Holder: the player listed on the team formation sheet

Reserve: the player listed on the team formation sheet as a reserve player

Home club: club responsible for the control of the federal card and the management of the Exact Handicap of a player

Game: between two teams

Match: between two players, and / or two teams composed by 2 players (4BBB)

Flight: sub-division

Team’s composition

Pep’ss Golf Cup consists of 24 teams divided into 4 flights of 6 teams (flight A-B-C-D). Each team consists of a minimum of 6 players and a maximum of 8 players. Professional players are allowed to participate under hcp 0.0.

Each team must be represented by 1 captain and 3 holders at each game day.

Pep’ss handicap criterias :
3 players <12.5 handicap
3 players> 12,5 handicap
2 players between 0-28 
 -> the maximum handicap is 28.0.

Courses & Timing

Courses
« Pep’ss Golf Cup » will be played on 9 holes. The tournament will take place only at 7 Fontaines Golf Club.

Team’s Composition
Each Captain will receive his login and password to access on the management area. « Team Manager » can register his team until 12:00. The clashes will be online from 16:00.

Timing
The Game day will start in shotgun from 19:00. A horn will be done to mark the beginning of each clashes. Welcome starts at 5:30 pm.

Prize Giving Ceremony
The awards ceremony will be held on wednesday 17th of June at 7 Fontaines Golf Club.

Format

« Pep’ss Golf Cup » clashes will take place in Match Play.

2 lowest handicaps players will play in Single Match Play.

2 highest handicaps will play in 4BBB Match Play.

Players are aligned in ascending order of handicap.

Players get approx 75% of their handicap depending of the course & slope ratings.

Players are requested to communicate their results to the recording directly after the clashes.

 

– Situation if 3 players are playing (1 player missing) :

The 4BBB is represented by only 1 player.

– Situation if 2 players are playing (2 players missing) :

The 4BBB clash is compulsory.

Final rounds

Pep’ss Golf Cup is sub-divised by 4 flights (A-B-C-D). After the 5 first rounds of qualification, teams ranked 1 will contest for the title. Teams ranked 2 will contest for the 5th position. And so on…

Scorecards

Pep’ss Golf Cup collaborates with WAMP (We are Match Play). To learn more about the app, please download WAMP.

Scoring

Match points

A Single Match Play or 4BBB counts for 1 match point. In case of a tie after 9 holes, there is no playoff : it is halved and each player or team is credited of 0,5 match point.

Game points

At the end of the 2 singles & 4BBB, the game points are awarded for each contest between 2 teams:

  • 3 points to the winning team (Team that won the most match)
  • 1 point each in case of a tie
  • 0 point to the losing team

Confrontation Sheet

The confrontation sheet must indicate:

  • The result of the game
  • The result of each match (match points, ups and downs).

Scoring

After the confrontations, teams are ranked according to the game points. In case of a tie, the following criteria apply hierarchically:

  1. The total number of match points.
  2. The total number of ups.
  3. The difference between the total of ups and the total of downs.

No show :

In case of no show, the team or the player will be awarded by 1 match point and 3 ups & 2 holes to play.

Publication of results:

The results will be available on WAMP or pepssgolf.be

Exact handicap and tee boxes

Gents : YELLOW TEE
Ladies : RED TEE

Divers

« Mulligan »  

A « mulligan » on the first shot at the first hole is allowed. Be careful, when the player decides to play a « mulligan », the second ball becomes the final one.

GSM

The use of GSM is prohibited at the Club House.

Severe weather

In case of heavy rain or thunderstorms, the game day will be canceled. This decision must be communicated by the organisation.

Logo

Each team must be represented by a logo.

Uniform

Each team must be represented by a team uniform