BOYS – QUAIL CREEK COUNTRY CLUB, SAN MARCOS
GIRLS – QUAIL CREEK COUNTRY CLUB, SAN MARCOS
Monday & Tuesday, April 24 & 25, 2017
Cory Duvall, PGA Professional — Contest Director for Golf Events
(512) 353-1665 Fax (512) 353-1674 Email:
Emitt Herod – Assistant Athletic Director (Golf & Tennis)
COACHES MEETING — April 23, 2017, Quail Creek Country Club, 7:00 p.m.
|Boys’ Golf||April 23 & 25||Quail Creek Country Club||7:00 a.m.|
|Girls’ Golf||April 23 & 25||Quail Creek Country Club||7:00 a.m.|
*Tee times and pairings for Tuesday’s competition will be based on Monday’s scores.
ENTRIES AND FEES
EACH DISTRICT DIRECTOR SHOULD SEND TO THE REGIONAL FISCAL DIRECTOR, MR. Wade Stidevent, THE GOLF ENTRY FEE BY APRIL 15, 2017. INDIVIDUAL SCHOOLS WILL BE BILLED BY THEIR DISTRICT DIRECTOR.
NOTE: A listing of all district winners and runner up, team and medal play, should be emailed using the electronic form found on the website to Cory Duvall: no later than April 15, 2017. Failure to send the above information may be grounds for disqualification.
GREEN FEES: $150.00 for each team payable to Quail Creek Country Club . There will be a $30.00 fee per non-team individual player. The green fee checks should be delivered by the coach at the coaches’ meeting at Quail Creek C.C. at 6:00 p.m., on Sunday, April 23. All CHECKS WILL BE MADE PAYABLE TO QUAIL CREEK COUNTRY CLUB. This includes unlimited driving range balls during competition on Monday and Tuesday, only, April 24 and 25.
PRACTICE ROUNDS: One practice round will be allowed at Quail Creek . Call Cory Duvall, Golf Director, for practice times. Call him at (512) 353-1665. Green fee for the practice round is $11.00 weekdays and $15.00 weekends per player.
Play will be governed by USGA, UIL, and local rules. In regional and state competition, the player shall pick up the ball and record a score of 9 after the 8th stroke.
Parents and school officials may follow players on the golf course.
NO COACHING is permitted and players are subject to disqualification if such occurs. There should be no dialogue between a player and any spectator or parent. Spectators may not follow the players in the fairway. Spectators must walk in the roughs or on the cart paths, where provided. Spectators must stay at least 30 yards away from the players. Any protest during the tournament must be initiated by a school official (either the coach or principal) of the school for which a student is playing. The protest must be filed with the Protest Committee.