In an effort to due our part to protect our members and to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 Virus all Major Events and Ladies Day have been cancelled.You may continue to play on Thursday by signing up but there will be no organized games for the rest of our season. Stay Safe and Follow Guidlines to do your part to reduce the spread of Covid-19!
Mardi Gras 9 Hole Invitational 2020Mar 26 to be held at The Legacy Club has been CANCELLED to help prevent the spread of the Covid-19 Virus. It will be rescheduled for the Fall.
The HLLG Road Tripscheduled for Apr 02, 2020 to the LPGA has also been CANCELLED to help protect our membership from the spread of the Covid-19 Virus.
If you fall behind the group in front of you by an entire hole,
you must halve that hole and pick up and go to the next hole.
To clarify, if you pull up to a par 3 and the group in front of you
has already teed off on the next hole and are preparing to hit
their next shots, you must skip the par 3. If you pull up to the
tee box on a par 4 or 5 and no one is on the hole, you must skip
that hole. The only exception to this rule is if the open hole is
due to the group in front of you just having skipped the hole, ie.
If you’ve been waiting and the group in front of you is now
gone, they have skipped a hole. In that case, play the open hole
and now work to stay up with them
Play may be suspended only is there is lightning, seen or reported, in
the area,if the Host Professional declares the course unplayable, or if the
Team Captains agree to do so because of intolerable playing conditions.
Except in the case of lightning, individual teams may not abandon play on their own.
If a match resumes play after a suspension, and one player of a pairing
does not wish to play, her partner may complete the match alone. If both
players of a pairing do not continue, then the points earned stand, but the
remaining points are awarded to the opposing team.
If a match has been suspended and, subsequently, cannot be completed on the same day, the following applies:
The decision to split points or reschedule the remainder of the match must be
made before the Visiting Team leaves the Home team’s property. The
decision, once made, cannot be changed. The CFCC Chairman should be
notified of the decision and the rescheduled date.
If, in advance of a scheduled match, the Host Professional deems the course
“unplayable”, and both Team Captains agree, the clubs involved may swap
the location of their match as long as it is played within the 17 day period.
Conditions which may apply are: extreme wetness, over seeding, temporary
greens, etc. Caution should be used in invoking this rule since the possibility
for confusion is immense. The clubs involved should notify the CFCC
In the interest of keeping play moving, a conceded putt will be picked up immediately and practice putting on the completed hole will not be permitted.
Four “traveling “ plaques will be awarded as follows:
The plaques will be presented to the winners at the Annual Meeting for
display at their club. These plaques remain the property of CFCC and will be
returned to the Chairman of CFCC at the end of the following season.
Suitably inscribed smaller plaques will be presented, as well, to be retained by