|18-hole gross and net stroke play, selective drive, alternate shot, 40 percent of combined handicap. There will be two divisions Super-Senior (fathers 65 years and older) and Championship. Players will have their choice of playing in either division. The Super-Senior Division (both players) will play from a shorter set of tee markers.|
|Open to father and son teams (sons 30 years and over) and stepfather and stepson teams. 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 in a calendar year. Players turning 18 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: 30 min: -6 max: 36 |
|Limited to first 100 pairs.|
|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.|
|Number of prizes determined by size of field for both Championship and Super-Senior Divisions. The overall winner will be from the Championship division.|
|Sudden death play-off for low gross in both divisions. All other ties to be broken by using the USGA recommended scorecard tiebreaking method.|