|18-hole greensome (selective drive, alternate shot) gross and net stroke play, 40 percent of combined handicap. Teams where only 1 player has a USGA Handicap will be only compete in the Gross Division. There will be two age divisions (13 years and under and 14 to 18 years). The 13 and under division will compete from a shorter set of tees. Players may play up with written permission from the Junior Golf Committee.|
|Open to father and son teams (sons must be 18 & under) and stepfather and stepson teams from Member Clubs - not necessarily from the same club. One member of a team must be a member of a Member Club and listed on the GAP Handicap Report. If the other player has a verifiable USGA handicap, the team may compete for net prizes; otherwise, they will be restricted to the gross competition only. . The "10 Score" eligibility requirement is waived for this event.
Teams are not permitted to play in more than 1 Father & Son event in a calendar year. Players turning 19 after the Father & Son (Middle) but before the Father & Son (Younger) must play in the (Middle). Players turning 30 after the Father & Son (Middle) but prior to the Father & Son (Older) must play in the (Middle). min: 7 |
|Limited to the first 120 pairs.|
|Practice rounds are available June 15-26 in the afternoon. Please contact 610-692-6592, no more than seven days in advance, to schedule a practice round.The practice round fee is $50. Players may take a cart for $26. Payment options are Cash, Credit Card or Reciprocal Charge.
|If size of field warrants, 1st & 10th tee, AM & PM Starting. A father may enter with two different sons. The rounds may not be played concurrently.|
|Automotive transportation is required in this event, the fee of $35 is in addition to your entry fee and includes range balls. |
|Gross and Net prizes in each of two age groups: Thirteen and under, and fourteen years and older. Number of prizes determined by size of field.|
|Ties for low gross in both age groups will be named co-champions. All other ties to be broken by using the USGA recommended scorecard tiebreaking method.|