Senior golfers can enjoy some golf competition among friends at the Senior Partner Championship! This 18-hole tournament format has the lower score of the two players representing the team score. Any amateur golfer 55 years of age of older with an official USGA handicap is eligible. Fee includes greens fees, cart fees, range balls, prizes and lunch. Approximately 30% of the field will receive merchandise credit. Trophies will be awarded to the winners. Call 630-848-5060 to register.
18-Hole Two Person Best-Ball: All handicaps will be calculated from the white tees at Springbrook Golf Course. Players with handicaps 9 and below will play from the blue tees; players with handicaps 10 and above will play from the white tees. Each person plays their own ball and uses their handicap to receive a net score on each hole. The best net score of the partners is the team score for that hole. The lowest team score for 18 holes is the declared winner.
Any amateur golfer 55 years of age or older with an official USGA handicap is eligible. If no official USGA handicap is established there will be a requirement to join Springbrook’s or Naperbrook’s handicap club and provide a list of your latest scores so that a handicap can be established. The rules committee reserves the right to adjust handicaps. Effective Handicap Date: May 15, 2017.
Register for this tournament online (green button above), by mail, fax, or in person at Springbrook Golf Course or Naperbrook Golf Course by Wednesday, May 24, 2017. Cost is $110.00 per team ($55.00 per person); entry fee must be paid in full at time of registration. Fee includes: greens fees, range balls and lunch. Teams canceling up to 5 days in advance of scheduled tournament date will receive a full refund. Cancellations made 4 days or less in advance of the tournament will be charged a 10% administrative fee. Trophies will be awarded to the winners.
Starting times will be available on Monday, May 29, 2017. Starting times will begin at 7:30am off the first tee only. Tee time requests will be considered on a first-entered basis.
Keep Pace Policy:
Our courses administer a Keep Pace Policy designed to allow golfers to complete 18 holes in 4:28 or less or 9 holes in 2:10 with 8 minutes at the turn. Any group that is more than 9 minutes behind the Keep Pace Policy timeframe for play will be contacted by a Player’s Assistant who will help the group regain its position. Otherwise, the group will be asked to discontinue play and a prorated refund will be given.
Player of the Year Points:
By continuing to participate in tournaments offered by the Naperville Park District you can improve your chances at becoming the Player of the Year. Player of the Year points are earned by tournament performance, tournament enrollment, and handicap system enrollment. Both Regular and Senior Player of the Year awards will be distributed.