This year we will be changing up the CCS. We will no longer be playing for individual honors, we will be playing for the chance to earn money towards improving the courses in your area. Here’s how it works:
We will divide up into three teams: Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky, and the East Side. You choose which team you would like to play for / which courses you would like to represent.
Cincinnati: Mt. Airy, Harbin, Dunham
Northern KY: Boone, Lincoln Ridge, Idlewild
East Side: Osage, Williamsburg, Johnson Hills
If you don’t want to represent any areas and would like to stay independent you are welcome to do so. Payout will still be the same. (Based on PDGA "C" tier events) We realize that there will be out of town participants or non members that want to play in our events.
All of the CCS events will be sanctioned by the PDGA this year. The different divisions offered will be:
Novice (This division will not count towards team points and is meant for new players to get experience and learn. Novice will receive a small players pack, but will not receive payout. We hope that new players will play this division until they learn the basics, then move up and play sanctioned levels. Maybe a tournament or 2 max)
Advanced Grand Masters
Open Senior Grand Masters
It will take at least 4 individuals to make a division. You may play any division you are eligible for by PDGA standards. We will play 2 courses in each area and the team with the most points at the end of the season will win. Here is the points break down:
Top placer per division: 6 points
Next highest per division: 5 points
Next highest per division: 4 Points
Next highest per division: 3 Points
Next highest per division: 2 Points
Next highest per division: 1 Point
Harry Potter (Independent)
Luke Skywalker (East Side)
Bart Simpson (N. Ky)
John Cena (Independent)
Elton John (Cincinnati)
George Foreman (Cincinnati)
Bill Gates (East Side)
Han Solo (N. Ky)
Points breakdown would be:
East Side would get 8 points
Cincinnati would get 7 points
N. Kentucky would get 6 points
You must declare who you are playing for before the start of the 1st round and have it circled on your card at the TD station. Only current club members are eligible to declare a team.
$1 from each entry will be put aside towards the end of the year Champions Course Improvement Fund (max of $80 per event). The winning team will get to vote to decide where they would like to use the money and what it is used for. They will coordinate with the course liaisons for that area and let the club President know what they decide. The team has the possibility to earn $500 for their area to use as they would like.