2021 Tournament Schedule

MVMGA 2021 Tournament Schedule

Dates and Times may change due to weather or other COVID-19 related conditions.

2021 Membership Fees are due PRIOR to any tournament participation!

1 Day tournament Fees are $18.00

2 Day Tournament Fees are $30.00

DATE EVENT/FORMAT TEES TIMES
March 14
Sunday
· 3-Flag Tournament
· Each green has three holes
· Play your best approach to closest hole
All Tees Shotgun
March 28
Sunday
· Flighted Individual
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
April 11
Sunday
· Individual Chicago
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
April 25
Sunday
· Member/Guest
· 2-Man Best Ball
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
May 1-2
Saturday/Sunday
· 2-Day 2-Man Shootout
· Pick your partner
· Saturday: Best Ball
· Sunday: Texas Scramble
· Score will be 36 Holes combined
· Day 1 counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
May 16
Sunday
· Flighted Individual
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
May 30
Sunday
· MVMGA Memorial Tournament
· Flighted Individual
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
June 5-6
Saturday/Sunday
· 2-Day 2-Man Ringer
· Saturday: Best Ball
· Sunday: Best Ball
· Best score over the two days
Blue/White Tee Times
June 20
Sunday
· Father’s Day Pick Your Pro
· Choose US Open Pro as partner
· Flighted stroke play: ½ Gross ½ Net
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
July 4
Sunday
· Red, White and Blue Tournament
· 1st Hole Red Tees, 2nd White, 3rd Blue etc.
· Does not count toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
July 18
Sunday
· 2-Man Chicago
· Pick Your Partner
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
July 31- August 1
Saturday/Sunday
· 53rd Annual Club Championship
· Flighted ½ Gross ½ Net
· Leaders Paired Sunday
· Both Days Count Toward Handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
August 15
Sunday
· Flighted Individual
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
August 29
Sunday
· Flighted Individual
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
September 12
Sunday
· Flighted Individual
· Counts toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
September 25-26
Saturday/Sunday
· The MVMGA Shootout Tournament
· Individual Chicago
· Minimum 30 Points Required to Participate
· Season Long Leaders Paired Sunday
· Both Days Count Toward Handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
October 10
Sunday
· 1-Man Scramble
· You Are Your Own Partner
· Does not count toward handicap
Blue/White Tee Times
October 17
Sunday
· 2-Man Best Ball
· Pick Your Partner
·  ½ Gross ½ Net
Blue/White Tee Times
  • October 10th starts the 2021 Tuff Country Cup Race.
  • Please register by the Thursday before each tournament. Tee times will be emailed on Friday afternoon.

TOURNAMENT RULES

2-MAN SCRAMBLE
All players play from their assigned tees as listed on their scorecards. Select the best shot. Both players then play from the position of the selected ball by placing within one club length of that spot no closer to the hole. A ball must be kept in the same condition (i.e. if a ball is in the rough, it must be placed in the rough). Use this procedure until the ball is holed out.

2-MAN BEST BALL
Each player plays their own ball. The team score is the lowest Net score on the hole. Each player receives their full handicap.

CHICAGO

Each player receives a preliminary number of points based on their individual handicap. 39 = Players MVMGA Handicap. For example, a 1-handicapper starts with 38 points, a 2-handicapper 37 points, a 3-handicapper 36 points, and so forth. Playing points are awarded based on the score a competitor receives on each hole. A bogey wins one point, a par two points, a birdie four points, an eagle eight points and a double eagle or hole-in-one is 16 points. The winner is the player who earns the most playing points in excess of his preliminary point allotment.
Stroke play rules apply. There are no mulligans, gimmies, exceptions or moving the ball. The ball is played where it lies unless it enters a hazard or becomes unplayable. Each golfer plays his own ball throughout the round.

2-MAN TEXAS SCRAMBLE
All players play from their assigned tees as listed on their scorecards. Each player hits a tee shot on each hole. The best ball, as determined by the captain, is selected for the second shot. Each member of the team hits his or her shot from that spot. Each player then plays his own ball until it is holed.

2-DAY RINGER
The 2-Day Ringer Tournament is a multi-round golf tournament that results in one 18-hole score per player. Each golfer plays 2 rounds and posts their scores on each hole per round. The lowest of each round’s scores per hole are recorded will represent the final score.

RED, WHITE & BLUE TOURNAMENT
First hole played from the red tees. Second hole played from the white tees. Third hole played from the blue tees. Fourth hole played from the red tees. Fifth hole played from the white tees. Sixth hole played from the blue tees. Seventh hole played from the red tees. Eighth hole played from the white tees. Ninth hole played from the blue tees.

MVMGA SHOOTOUT TOURNAMENT POINT SYSTEM
The Tuff Country Cup consists of a yearlong point system and a final tournament to be played in September 2016. To qualify for this tournament a player must earn a minimum of 40 Tuff Country Cup points. The Tuff Country Cup pays cash prizes in three places: 1st Place, 2nd Place and 3rd Place.
Each player receives a preliminary number of points based on their individual handicap. 39 = Course Handicap. For example, a 1-handicapper starts with 38 points, a 2-handicapper 37 points, a 3-handicapper 36 points, and so forth. Playing points are awarded based on the score a competitor receives on each hole. A bogey wins one point, a par two points, a birdie four points, an eagle eight points and a double eagle 16 points. The winner is the player who earns the most playing points in excess of his preliminary point allotment.
Stroke play rules apply. There are no mulligans, gimmies, exceptions or moving the ball. The ball is played where it lies unless it enters a hazard or becomes unplayable. Each golfer plays his own ball throughout the round.

1-MAN SCRAMBLE
The player tees off twice, selects a preferred drive, and marks its location. Two balls are played from within one club length of the mark, no nearer the hole (six (6) inches from a mark on the putting surface). A ball may not be moved when it is to be played from within a hazard or a bunker, or is clearly unplayable. If a player elects to play a ball from this condition, the first ball must be played as it lies, the second ball may be placed. The condition of the ball may not be changed (e.g. no moving from the rough to the fairway, fringe to green, etc.). This format is repeated until the ball is holed.