Calling area women golfers…Pick a partner and join in the friendly competition of the Springbrook Women’s Invitational! This 18-hole tournament format has the lower score of the two players representing the team score. Any female amateur golfer 21 years of age or older with an official USGA handicap is eligible. $120 entry fee includes greens fees, cart fees, range balls continental breakfast, lunch and closest to the pin contests. Call 630-848-5060 to register.
18 Hole women’s Best-Ball: Each person plays their own ball and uses their own handicap to receive a net score on each hole. The best net score of the partners on each hole is the team score for that hole. The lowest team score for 18 holes is declared the winner. Handicap indexes will be converted from the green tees. Players will receive 90% of their handicap indexes. Teams will be divided into flights by total team handicap. Flights will be determined based upon the number of entries. Each flight will pay out 1st low gross, and 1st, 2nd, and 3rd low net. Ties for first place, gross and net, will be decided by a sudden death playoff immediately following play. All other ties will be decided by a scorecard playoff.
Any female amateur golfer 21 years of age or older with an official USGA handicap. Any player whose converted handicap exceeds 36 strokes will be required to play at a 36 handicap for the tournament. The rules committee reserves the right to adjust handicaps. Handicap effective date: August 1, 2018
Register for this tournament online (green button above), by mail, fax, or in person at Springbrook or Naperbrook Golf Course by Tuesday, August 7, 2018 or until the field of 128 players is full. $120 entry fee includes greens fees, cart fees, range balls continental breakfast, lunch and closest to the pin contests.
A shotgun start will begin at 8:30 a.m. Check in and a continental breakfast will be available from 7:30- 8:30 a.m. Pairings will be available online by Friday, August 10, 2018.
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.