Entry Fee: $8.00 per member / Non-Member - $2.00 to play Gross Skins (3 flights A, B and C)
|A Flight||B Flight||C Flight||Closest to Pin|
RBC Dominion Securities
|May 1||Yellow||5:15 pm|
|2||Mulligans Turn||May 8||White||5:15 pm|
|May 15||White||5:15 pm||Malcom James||Don Morrison||Bob Ray||Jim Richard|
|4||Raby's Ultramar||May 29||White||5:15 pm||Jeremy Stewart||Darron Becks||John Lee||???|
|June 5||Yellow||5:15 pm||Michael Giardini||Shawn Kasaboski||Kevin McCrimmon||???|
|6||Sante Fe||June 12||White||5:15 pm||Dave Hewitt||Jerry Sims||Stephen Welch||#4
#7 Chris Knight
|7||Deep River Outfitters||June 19||Yellow||5:15 pm||Martin Chisholm||John Hosbons||Dennis Hawley||John Gale|
|8||Ok Tire Pembroke||June 26||White||5:15 pm||Toban Verdun||Bert Fleury||Ron Taylor||Jeff Olfert|
|9||Mulligans Turn||July 3||Yellow||5:15 pm||Jim Hogue||Peter Brotton||Joe Rose||#13
|July 10||White||5:15 pm||Terry Picard||Shaun Holder||Bob Drouin||Eric Senohrabek|
|July 17||Yellow||5:15 pm||Toban Verdun||Jerry Sims||Bob Drouin||Toban Verdun|
|12||Rouselle Brothers||July 24||White||5:15 pm|
|July 31||Yellow||5:15 pm|
|14||Sante Fe||Aug 14||White||5:15 pm|
|Aug 21||Yellow||5:15 pm|
|Aug 28||White||5:15 pm|
RBC Dominion Securities
|Sept 11||Yellow||5:15 pm|
|18||Drew Calver Golf||Sept 18||White||5:15 pm|
Men’s night takes place most Mondays throughout the golf season. The schedule can be viewed on the Deep River Golf Club website, including sponsors and results. The event is a 9-hole/net Stableford and shotgun started, which can accommodate a maximum of 72 golfers. Each event alternates between the white tees (front) and yellow tees (back) and two special events from the pee-wee tees and tiger tees. The field is normally split into 3 equal flights. The first place winner of each flight wins the main prize supplied by the sponsor. After handing out prizes for the winning player in each flight, other prizes purchased with a portion of the entry fee, are distributed by the Club Captain and Club Professional. Lunch specials are generally available in the clubhouse following your round.
The competition is opened to:
Players must pay entry fee to the Pro Shop before play and a certified RCGA Handicap Factor is required.
Member guest can play during the competition provided the Club Captain is notified well in advance and tee times are available. The guest must pay the current applicable green fee and is not eligible for any of the prizes.
All golf rules shall conform to RCGA Rules of Golf, except for preferred lies.
The Club Captain shall determine if preferred lies are allowed, during the day of the competition.
If a player’s ball lies on a closely mown area through the green of the hole being played the player may mark, lift and clean the ball without penalty. Before lifting, the player must mark the position of the ball. The player must then place the ball on a spot within 12 inches and not nearer the hole than where it originally lay, that is not in a hazard or on a putting green. Alternatively, the ball may also be rolled with the head of the club that is intended to hit the next stroke to speed up.
The format is 9-hole/net Stableford. The field is normally split into 3 equal flights (A, B and C flight). The larger number will be in lower handicapped flight range.
Points are awarded based on par on each hole:
|Net Double Eagle||5 points|
|Net Eagle||4 points|
|Net Birdie||3 points|
|Net Par||2 points|
|Net Bogey||1 point|
The player with the highest total net points is the first place winner in their own flight.
Ties in each flight (including 1st place) will be determined in the following order:
His guest can participate in the competition provided he as a certified RCGA Handicap Factor and pay the appropriate entry fee.
The entry fee shall be collected by the Pro Shop staff within one hour of starting the event. Players may signup for the next men’s night following the presentations and before the Pro Shop closes. The entry fee is $7.00 for each player and entitles you to compete for sponsor prizes, other prizes and closest to pin competition. Five dollars of the seven is used to purchase other prizes. Closes to pin winner will receive $1 times the number of entries and the remainder is to purchase prizes for the final men’s night.
The policy is authorized by the Board of Directors and became effective on May 1, 2011.