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Sports Tap League
Wednesday night Kloosterman's Sports Tap League Tournament
for 2017 was held on Saturday October 21st. Thank you for
participating and see you next year!
Wednesday night Kloosterman's Sports Tap League 2017 Season
(formerly Yankee Bills) Annual Meeting and Signup was held
April 12th and we had 30 teams this year. First day of
League was April 26th and we played through to September
If you have any questions call Cory at 734-323-8765.
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2017 Rules Same as last
year with the exception of the following change: A bonus
point can be earned (sandbag deterrent) if you hit below your
average. Each team can earn the bonus point each week.
1. Point system is a 5-point max per league night of play.
There will be five possible
points for each team each week. A team winning a hole during the
nine-hole match wins one point for each hole won. If a hole is
halved, each team receives a ½ point. The maximum number of
points each team can win per match is 5 points; however, a team
that has reached 5 points for the match is also trying to limit
the number of points the opposing team wins.
Team A wins the first five holes of the match. They have earned
the maximum five points for the match. However, Team B can still
win the last four holes to earn 4 points for their team. Each
team's goal each week is to win 5 points, while limiting their
opponents to as few points as possible. Even though Team A has
won 5 points, they can still win the last 4 holes to hold Team B
to zero points for the week.
2. If you do not play, you are still
responsible for league fee that night. You must be caught up on
any prior week fees or you will not be allowed to play, and will
have to forfeit that game.
3. League fees are $30 per team due on or
before the start of the season.
Pay Rule for League: If you
miss a week (round) you must pay for that missed round by the
next round you play. League fees of $30/team must be paid on or before the first
match of the season.
General League Rules:
Max Strokes per
hole 10. Handicap is figured for the new year based on the
last three games from last season, and will be based on a three
round rolling handicap. If you did not play last year, or
if you have a new partner, you will need to turn in three score
sheets prior to start of season. If you are going to play
with a sub, you will need three scores to establish handicap as
well. Be sure the scorecards are dated, signed and turned in.
Point system is a
5-point max per league night of play plus bonus point if your
team hits under your average.
A team that has a forfeit round
will get an automatic 20 putts as far as keeping in the putt
race. No automatic points if forfeit. They play their round
against the course or their handicap, which will decide on the
rest of the points.
Make up rounds can be played any
time before that match, but MUST be played by the Tuesday before
the next match. Try contacting your opponent and play together
if possible. Be sure to mark the date you are making up for on
your score card.
If a team does not show for their
tee time that has been agreed on by both teams, it is a forfeit. Please be
courteous and stay in touch with the team you are playing! We
are allowing a 15 minute leeway, so if you are running late,
call the team you are playing and let them know - they will have
a choice to wait, or start at the scheduled time. In otherwords,
if you are more then 15 minutes late from your scheduled time,
it is a forfeit unless the team you are playing has been
contacted and agreed to late start. If you can't
get a call to them, call the clubhouse and leave word.
If you have an injured partner
that can't play at all, you get two shots off the tee ONLY. If
your partner is injured and can play (putting/chipping) but
can't drive, NO extra shot off the tee.
The Scramble Club Length rule is
as follows - You may move the ball one club length, but not
closer to the hole (not on the green) and only within the cut (no rough to fairway or to
the green). If you are in the woods or a water hazard, the ball
must stay there, but you still get a club length (not closer to
We will continue to have the 50/50
and longest putt/drive. Longest drive will be on 4 and 5 this
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