Separate hole-in-one competitions are held in conjunction with the Men’s and Ladies’ Leagues.
This annual competition begins on the first day of regular league play after a minimum number of players (50 for men, 20 for ladies) register to participate. The contest runs the entire league season with all players who make qualifying holes-in-one sharing equally in the prize value. If no aces are recorded in league play during the season, the names of all registered competitors will be entered for a series of random draws totaling the full prize value. The draws in each league will be held on the final day of league play.
The competition prize value in each league is the total of all registered entries, and will be awarded in the form of vouchers for Pro Shop merchandise. (E.g. if 50 competitors register, the prize value is 50 x $15.00 = $750.00 for ladies, 50 x $20.00 = $1,000.00 for men)
- The registration fee is $15.00 for ladies, $20.00 for men.
- The contest begins on the first day of regular league play after a minimum number of players are registered as competitors. The contest continues through the last day of regular league play.
- To qualify, a hole-in-one must be scored during league play, (usually Wednesday for ladies, Thursday for men) and on the nine holes included (usually the front 9).
- To qualify, a hole-in-one must be scored while playing in at least a twosome, and the registering score card must be signed and attested by members of the playing group.
- To qualify, a hole-in-one must be scored by a player who has paid in advance both the competition registration fee and the league weekly entry fee for the day.
- The contest prize value in each league will be equally shared among all players scoring qualifying holes-in-one during the season. Players who score more than one qualifying hole-in-one are entitled to an additional share for each ace.
- The competition registration fee is not refundable for any reason after a player has completed one round of regular league play.
- In the event of dispute, the decision of the Head Professional is final.