Metro seniors golf

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The league is comprised of teams from courses in the Twin Cities metro area. Any member of a participating course with a current handicap and is age 50 or. Metro Seniors Golf Club. 2021 Tournament Schedule. Date. Course. Start Time. Format. Skins. Managers. 4/5/2021. Eagle Trace #. 9:00 a.m. METRO SENIORS GOLF CLUB. Denver, Colorado Metro Seniors Golf Club. P.O. Box Littleton, CO President Doug Cary metro seniors golf

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Memberships

Metropolitan Golf Links has memberships to save you money when you play!

Metro Links Club 

  • $10 off rack rates before twilight
  • 50% off range balls
  • Free one-hour daily use of the short game area
  • One-hour early access to Twilight rates
  • $15 greens fee for back-nine and Super Twilight
  • 10% off non-sale merchandise in the golf shop (excludes dozens)

Adult membership: $ 

Senior membership (60+): $

Junior membership: $

 

If you are renewing your Metro Links membership from , save $20 off the adult, senior and junior price if you renew before December 31, ! If you are new to the club, join now to enjoy the discounts now through !

 

The Metro Links Club membership is the most all-inclusive membership to save you money when you play and practice for golfers of all ages! If you are a senior (60+) and occasionally play on weekends, this is the best membership for you! If you like to practice, this will save you money on range balls and the short game area! Please note that this membership is a calendar-year based membership and expires December 31,

Senior Discount Card

  • One-time fee of $75 (includes that day's senior round valued at $37 before 7/1, $39 on and after 7/1)
  • Pay a discounted rate of $34 for senior fees whenever senior rates are available (typically Monday - Friday excluding holidays, tournaments, and special events)
  • Best deal for seniors who play more than nine rounds in a year at Metro!

The Senior Discount card is the best deal for seniors (60+) who typically only play Monday - Friday and tend not to practice on the range. 

Please note that all memberships are from January 1, , to December 31, Membership rules apply and are outlined on the membership application. Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Membership cards are issued within hours. 

 Join in the golf shop!

Affiliate Clubs

There are three affiliated clubs at Metropolitan Golf Links! Golfers of all ages and abilities are invited to join one of these clubs to establish a USGA Index and for opportunities to play with and compete against other golfers. The Metropolitan Golf Club (MGC) plays on weekends throughout the year and is the home club of Metropolitan Golf Links. The Metropolitan Golf Club is open to men and women! Please visit the website linked below for the tournament schedule and membership rates.  Ladies are invited to join the Metropolitan Women's Golf Club who play on Friday mornings at AM. The Metropolitan Junior Golf Program provides free golf instruction to golfers under 17 years of age and meets Saturday mornings from 8 AM to 10 AM.

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METRO SENIORS

This past Friday, Aug. 13th we completed our last of 15 weekly competitions verses other Metro Seniors Teams. 17 points were scored by Team 3. This was not unexpected because Team 3 had the other highest point score back on Week 3 verses Daytona (22). In fact, the Team which has consistently scored the most points on any given week has been Team 3 and the Team contains three players who are the top scorers or who have scored the most points. This includes Tim Wagner who scored the most points with 22; Steve Walstead who is tied for 3rd with Jim Huninghake (Team 1) with 13 points and Mark Bryden tied for 4th with Chris Drummond (Substitutes Team) with 11 points. Who was in 2nd place? Scott Jax with 15 points. Scott was also among our substitutes. In fact this was the year of substitutes. About 75% of the time a Team was comprised of regular and substitute players. If it wasn't for the help of substitute players we would not have been able to form four person Teams.

About a month ago I did a summary computation of points scored to date and sent out an email to participants asking them what manner should we use to select players for the end of the season play-off at Oak Marsh. The typical response was support for players and their team that scored the most points. Proceeding with that synopsis I recommend Team 3 represent Gross at the play-off event. This would consist of Tim Wagner, Steve Walstead, Mark Bryden and Scott Jax. Even though Scott was not officially on the team, he was second most in total points scored and I feel he should substitute for Scott Bryden.

I have attached a copy of the Excel sheet that lists all teams and the individual points scored per team and player.

Even though we ended up close to the bottom I hope the venues and competitions were exciting for you and enable you to make gains in your golf game. I hope you will return for another season next year.

Best regards,

John Wicks, Gross Men's Club Metro Seniors Captain

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Handicap System - Metro St Louis Seniors Golf Assoc.

MetroStLouisSeniorsHandicapSystem – Important Change, Please Read

Due to several issues that arose last year, we are changing to a different handicap system for 2011. This new system is

comparable, but different, so there will be a learning curve that we will all go through on how to use it. We have copied the

handicap data from the old system and put it into the new system, so everyone will have the same handicap index® (the

new system uses the term “handicap guide” since “handicap index” is a service marked term of the USGA), as they had at

the end of 2010.

You can get to the new system over the internet 2 ways: through a link from the MetroSeniors web site –

www.GolfSTLSeniors.com or directly to www.OurGolfStats.com . Once on OurGolfStats.com, you click on the down arrow

under the picture in the middle of the page, click on your Division name, then click on the “Select a Group” button. You

then must enter a password (which we did not change from previous years). The password is Metro for all 4 Divisions.

Then click on the link to the Division’s specific web page, which has Announcements, Member Roster with Handicap

Guides, Date Last Played, Phone Numbers and Email Addresses for each Division member.

Below the Roster is the Schedule section where the date and starting tee time are listed for each course. Below the

Schedule is the section for Course Handicaps. Click the down arrow to select a course that has been scheduled, then

click the “Submit” button, and you get the total number of handicap strokes you will receive for that course and set of tees,

based on your current handicap guide. NOTE: If you are using an internet browser other than Internet Explorer, your

Division web page will not have as many “sections” as described above, but will have “links” to click on to get to the same

capabilities.

One of the additional advantages of this new handicap system is the various reports that are available to you. Click on the

“Reports” link in the Roster Section. You get a list of reports on your group (Division) and reports on you – the individual.

Check out what is available. Since we “grandfathered in” your last 20 rounds in order to calculate future handicap guides

correctly, you already have a graph showing the Trend of your Handicap

Guide over the last 20 rounds. Many Group Reports are available from the “grandfathered” data. Although the money isn’t

listed, the scores from the previous year’s tournaments are available. Other reports, such as “Lowest Handicap Guides”,

“Members with Fewest Rounds”, etc., are also available from the “grandfathered”

data. Should you want to keep track of data such as number of putts, fairways hit, etc. which MetroSeniors will not be

tracking for you, you can request a password from webmaster@OurGolfStats.com that will allow you to enter this optional

data for yourself, therefore using this web site for its additional capabilities.

Again, these are different processes than you have had in the past, but we believe that you will like what is here.

Other processes remain the same:

1. Scores to be used – Only actual scores recorded in regular 18-hole MSLSGA tournaments shall be used. Each golfer

must enter his gross score on each hole and total for the 18 holes. All must putt out each hole. Failure to putt out a hole is

a disqualification for that tournament.

2. Rules: We continue to play USGA rules with modifications listed in the Rules and Regulations pages within our

Membership Directory.

3. Maximum Handicap Guide: We follow USGA rules here also where the maximum is 36.4 for men and 40.4 for women.

The old system listed 40.4 for men, but actually used 36.4. After the next round, anything now listed over 36.4 for men will

be cut back to what is actually used – 36.4.

4. Prize Money Qualifications: Under our operating rules, a member must have a handicap based on at least 3 recorded

scores in a regularly scheduled MSLSGA tournament to qualify for prize money. After the handicap based on 3 scores is

calculated, the golfer competes in a Flight during the next round of golf. All members are eligible for “Closest to the Pin”,

“Hole in One” and “Double Eagle” prizes, regardless of the number of scores they have entered.

5. Flights by Handicap Guide: In an effort to even competition within flights, our Board of Governors voted in January,

2011 to divide each Division evenly among the 4 flights. Therefore, each Division now has different ranges in handicaps

for their Flights. Based on renewals, transfers and non-renewals as of January 31, 2011, the Handicap Guide ranges for

2011 for each Division will be as follows:

a. Division 1 - A = -3.5 thru 17.8 B = 17.9 thru 24.3 C = 24.4 thru 31.7 D = 31.8 thru 40.4

b. Division 2 - A = -3.5 thru 18.3 B = 18.4 thru 23.4 C = 23.5 thru 29.3 D = 29.4 thru 40.4

c. Division 3 - A = -3.5 thru 14.3 B = 14.4 thru 21.4 C = 21.5 thru 27.1 D = 27.2 thru 40.4

d. Division 4 - A = -3.5 thru 16.3 B = 16.4 thru 20.7 C = 20.8 thru 26.9 D = 27.0 thru 40.4

6. Handicap Leveling: Similar to the USGA trademarked term Equitable Stroke Control, this system feature keeps a

person's Handicap Guide from artificially escalating due to a few bad holes. After applying, you get the Adjusted Gross

Score. As in the past with Equitable Stroke Control, MSLSGA has chosen to apply this feature within the MSLSGA

rules.


7. Handicap Guide Calculation: The OurGolfStats.com handicap system does not copy the copyrighted USGA Handicap

System. Experience has shown that the proprietary OurGolfStats.com handicap system approximates and replaces the

other system very well.

It is important to realize that handicaps are not based on the best “scores” on a scorecard, but are based on the best

“differentials”. This is needed because shooting a 90 on a hard course is really better than shooting 88 on an easy course.

“Differentials” take that into account. Slope and course ratings are used to calculate differentials as follows: Differential =

[(adjusted gross score – course rating) X 113] / slope.

While this new system allows different parameters to be used, MSLSGA rules use 96% of the average of the best 10

differentials out of the last 20 rounds of each golfer to determine the current handicap guide. Rounding and truncation is

applied at various points in the calculation. If a golfer has fewer than 20 rounds recorded, fewer than the best 10

differentials are used, e.g., only the best differential is used until more than 3 rounds are recorded. The handicap guide

that has been calculated is shown in the Roster after the first round, although the golfer is not yet qualified to win money in

a Flight (see #4 above).

Here is an example of how this works:

The 10 best differentials are 21.4,

Adjusted Gross Differential

16.9, 21.6, 16.1, 16.6, 18.5, 18.3,

97 26.0

11.3, 15.8, and 21.7 totaling 178.2.

99 32.8

The average of the 10 is 17.82.

89 21.4

17.8 multiplied by 96% is 17.088.

88 22.6

The current handicap guide is then

84 16.9

17.1. After the next round, the

88 21.6

oldest differential (23.6) is no

81 16.1

longer considered in figuring the

97 24.1

best 10 of the last 20 since it was

21 rounds ago. If the next

85 16.6

differential is 21.7 (the highest of the best 10) or

95 23.1

higher, the best 10 remains the same and the handicap guide remains the same.

Adjusted Gross Differential

88 18.5

94 26.0

85 18.3

79 11.3

104 38.6

83 5.8

96 25.5

92 21.7

90 22.5

90 23.6

We all realize that there will be more questions than normal during the first year of using a new system. With this in mind,

while MSLSGA issues should be addressed within the MetroSeniors organization, issues regarding how to navigate

around the new web site can be addressed directly to CustomerService@OurGolfStats.com.

Handicap Committee

Craig Carothers, 3727, Chairman

Jim Bausch, 1820, Rick Hines, 4904

Dick Jones, 3748, Don Karr, 4878,

<strong>Metro</strong> <strong>St</strong> <strong>Louis</strong> <strong>Seniors</strong> <strong>Handicap</strong> <strong>System</strong> – Important Change, Please Read Due to several issues that arose last year, we are changing to a different handicap system for 2011. This new system is comparable, but different, so there will be a learning curve that we will all go through on how to use it. We have copied the handicap data from the old system and put it into the new system, so everyone will have the same handicap index® (the new system uses the term “handicap guide” since “handicap index” is a service marked term of the USGA), as they had at the end of 2010. You can get to the new system over the internet 2 ways: through a link from the <strong>Metro</strong> <strong>Seniors</strong> web site – www.<strong>Golf</strong>STL<strong>Seniors</strong>.com or directly to www.Our<strong>Golf</strong><strong>St</strong>ats.com . Once on Our<strong>Golf</strong><strong>St</strong>ats.com, you click on the down arrow under the picture in the middle of the page, click on your Division name, then click on the “Select a Group” button. You then must enter a password (which we did not change from previous years). The password is <strong>Metro</strong> for all 4 Divisions. Then click on the link to the Division’s specific web page, which has Announcements, Member Roster with <strong>Handicap</strong> Guides, Date Last Played, Phone Numbers and Email Addresses for each Division member. Below the Roster is the Schedule section where the date and starting tee time are listed for each course. Below the Schedule is the section for Course <strong>Handicap</strong>s. Click the down arrow to select a course that has been scheduled, then click the “Submit” button, and you get the total number of handicap strokes you will receive for that course and set of tees, based on your current handicap guide. NOTE: If you are using an internet browser other than Internet Explorer, your Division web page will not have as many “sections” as described above, but will have “links” to click on to get to the same capabilities. One of the additional advantages of this new handicap system is the various reports that are available to you. Click on the “Reports” link in the Roster Section. You get a list of reports on your group (Division) and reports on you – the individual. Check out what is available. Since we “grandfathered in” your last 20 rounds in order to calculate future handicap guides correctly, you already have a graph showing the Trend of your <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide over the last 20 rounds. Many Group Reports are available from the “grandfathered” data. Although the money isn’t listed, the scores from the previous year’s tournaments are available. Other reports, such as “Lowest <strong>Handicap</strong> Guides”, “Members with Fewest Rounds”, etc., are also available from the “grandfathered” data. Should you want to keep track of data such as number of putts, fairways hit, etc. which <strong>Metro</strong> <strong>Seniors</strong> will not be tracking for you, you can request a password from webmaster@Our<strong>Golf</strong><strong>St</strong>ats.com that will allow you to enter this optional data for yourself, therefore using this web site for its additional capabilities. Again, these are different processes than you have had in the past, but we believe that you will like what is here. Other processes remain the same: 1. Scores to be used – Only actual scores recorded in regular 18-hole MSLSGA tournaments shall be used. Each golfer must enter his gross score on each hole and total for the 18 holes. All must putt out each hole. Failure to putt out a hole is a disqualification for that tournament. 2. Rules: We continue to play USGA rules with modifications listed in the Rules and Regulations pages within our Membership Directory. 3. Maximum <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide: We follow USGA rules here also where the maximum is 36.4 for men and 40.4 for women. The old system listed 40.4 for men, but actually used 36.4. After the next round, anything now listed over 36.4 for men will be cut back to what is actually used – 36.4. 4. Prize Money Qualifications: Under our operating rules, a member must have a handicap based on at least 3 recorded scores in a regularly scheduled MSLSGA tournament to qualify for prize money. After the handicap based on 3 scores is calculated, the golfer competes in a Flight during the next round of golf. All members are eligible for “Closest to the Pin”, “Hole in One” and “Double Eagle” prizes, regardless of the number of scores they have entered. 5. Flights by <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide: In an effort to even competition within flights, our Board of Governors voted in January, 2011 to divide each Division evenly among the 4 flights. Therefore, each Division now has different ranges in handicaps for their Flights. Based on renewals, transfers and non-renewals as of January 31, 2011, the <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide ranges for 2011 for each Division will be as follows: a. Division 1 - A = -3.5 thru 17.8 B = 17.9 thru 24.3 C = 24.4 thru 31.7 D = 31.8 thru 40.4 b. Division 2 - A = -3.5 thru 18.3 B = 18.4 thru 23.4 C = 23.5 thru 29.3 D = 29.4 thru 40.4 c. Division 3 - A = -3.5 thru 14.3 B = 14.4 thru 21.4 C = 21.5 thru 27.1 D = 27.2 thru 40.4 d. Division 4 - A = -3.5 thru 16.3 B = 16.4 thru 20.7 C = 20.8 thru 26.9 D = 27.0 thru 40.4 6. <strong>Handicap</strong> Leveling: Similar to the USGA trademarked term Equitable <strong>St</strong>roke Control, this system feature keeps a person's <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide from artificially escalating due to a few bad holes. After applying, you get the Adjusted Gross Score. As in the past with Equitable <strong>St</strong>roke Control, MSLSGA has chosen to apply this feature within the MSLSGA rules.

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Metro St Louis Seniors Golf Association Inc in St Louis, Missouri (MO)

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Metro Seniors

Team Captains

Greg Baron gregbaron@hotmail.com

Bob Malby rmalby@comcast.net

The Metro Seniors League is a competitive league of teams from fifteen public golf courses in the Twin Cities area. League play is on Friday mornings. Each golf course hosts once during the season. We play a different team every Friday at the designated host course.

Each match pits four players from Braemar against four players from our opponents for the day. These matches are individual contests and opponents are determined by handicap order. Matches are scored on match play format under match play rules. Two points are awarded for each nine and two points for the eighteen – a total of six points per individual match and 24 points for the team.

To be eligible you must be 50 years of age or older; A member of the Braemar Men’s Club; Highly Competitive, Understand and Play by Strict USGA match play rules. 

You also need to be willing to drive across town for early morning tee times on Fridays. Participation in a fun event is what Metro Seniors is all about.

The Braemar Team has a tradition of finishing near the top of this league. We will try to accommodate as many players as possible but will schedule the most competitive team members most often. We can always use substitutes.

Contact Greg (952-212-6369) (gregbaron@homail.com)) if you have any questions or are interested in playing on the team. There is no entry fee, only weekly green fees.

2020 Results

The Braemar Metro League Team had another good year in the 16 team league.  We finished 2nd in the regular season with 10 wins, 4 losses and 1 tie.  We lost to number 1 seed Fountain Valley in the finals at Oak Marsh.  3rd seed University defeated 4th seed Columbia to claim 2rd place dropping us to 3rd.  We had 16 players competing for the 4 Friday tee times; Bob Malby, Bob Peterson, Bob Teese, Doug Osterud, Greg Baron, Jack Hughes, Jim Clark, Jim Punch, Joe O’Neil, John Miller, Larry Fyten, Mark Schmidt, Marty Weber, Steve Scott, Steve Tanner and Tom Sampson. 

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metro seniors golf Metro Seniors

Team Captains

Greg Baron gregbaron@hotmail.com

Bob Malby rmalby@comcast.net

The Metro Seniors League is a competitive league of teams from fifteen public golf courses in the Twin Cities area. League play is on Friday mornings. Each golf course hosts once during the season. We play a different team every Friday at the designated host course.

Each match pits four players from Braemar against four players from our opponents for the day. These matches are individual contests and opponents are determined by handicap order, metro seniors golf. Matches are scored on match play format under match play rules. Two points are awarded for each nine and two points for the eighteen – a total of six points per individual match and 24 points for the team.

To be eligible you must be 50 years of age or older; A member of the Braemar Men’s Club; Highly Competitive, Understand and Play by Strict USGA match play rules. 

You also need to be willing to drive across town for early morning tee times on Fridays. Participation in a fun event is what Metro Seniors is all about.

The Braemar Team has a tradition of finishing near the top of this league. We will try to accommodate as many players as possible but will schedule the most competitive team members most often. We can always use substitutes.

Contact Greg (952-212-6369) (gregbaron@homail.com)) if you have any questions or are interested in playing on the team. There is no entry fee, only weekly green fees.

2020 Results

The Braemar Metro League Team had another good year in the 16 team league.  We finished 2nd in the regular season with 10 wins, 4 losses and 1 tie.  We lost to number 1 seed Fountain Valley in the finals at Oak Marsh.  3rd seed University defeated 4th seed Columbia to metro seniors golf 2rd place dropping us to 3rd.  We had 16 players competing for the 4 Friday tee times; Bob Malby, Bob Peterson, Bob Teese, Doug Osterud, Greg Baron, Jack Hughes, Jim Clark, Jim Punch, Joe O’Neil, John Miller, Larry Fyten, Mark Schmidt, Marty Weber, metro seniors golf, Steve Scott, Steve Tanner and Tom Sampson. 

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Memberships

Metropolitan Golf Links has memberships to save you money when you play!

Metro Links Club 

  • $10 off rack rates before twilight
  • 50% off range balls
  • Free one-hour daily use of the short game area
  • One-hour early access to Twilight rates
  • $15 greens fee for back-nine and Super Twilight
  • 10% off non-sale merchandise in the golf shop (excludes dozens)

Adult membership: $295 

Senior membership (60+): $245

Junior membership: $175

 

If you are renewing your Metro Links membership from 2021, save $20 off the adult, senior and junior price if you renew before December 31, 2021! If you are new to the club, join now to enjoy the discounts now metro seniors golf 2022!

 

The Metro Links Club membership is the most all-inclusive membership to save you money when you play and practice for golfers of all ages! If you are a senior (60+) and occasionally play on weekends, this is the best membership for you! If you like to practice, this will save you money on range balls and the short game area! Please note that this membership is a calendar-year based membership and expires December 31, metro seniors golf, 2022.

Senior Discount Card

  • One-time fee of $75 (includes that day's senior round valued at $37 before 7/1, metro seniors golf, $39 on and after 7/1)
  • Pay a discounted rate of $34 for senior fees whenever senior rates are available (typically Monday - Friday excluding holidays, tournaments, and special events)
  • Best deal for seniors who play more metro seniors golf nine rounds in a year at Metro!

The Senior Discount card is the best deal for seniors (60+) who typically only play Monday - Friday and tend not to practice on the range. 

Please note that all memberships are from January 1, 2022, to December 31, 2022. Membership rules apply and are outlined on the membership application. Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Membership cards are issued within 24-48 hours. 

 Join in the golf shop!

Affiliate Clubs

There are three affiliated clubs at Metropolitan Golf Links! Golfers of all ages and abilities are invited to join one of these clubs to establish a USGA Index and for opportunities to play with and compete against other golfers. The Metropolitan Golf Club (MGC) plays on weekends throughout the year and is the home club of Metropolitan Golf Links. The Metropolitan Golf Club is open to men and women! Please visit the website linked below for the tournament schedule and membership rates.  Ladies are invited to join the Metropolitan Women's Golf Club who play on Friday mornings at 8:30 AM. The Metropolitan Junior Golf Program provides free golf instruction to golfers under 17 years of age and meets Saturday mornings from 8 AM to 10 AM.

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Handicap System - Metro St Louis Seniors Golf Assoc.

MetroStLouisSeniorsHandicapSystem – Important Change, Please Read

Due to several issues that arose last year, metro seniors golf, we are changing to a different handicap system for 2011. This new system is

comparable, but different, so there will be a learning curve that we will all go through on how to use it. We have copied the

handicap data from the old system and put it into the new system, so everyone will have the same handicap index® (the

new system uses the term “handicap guide” since “handicap index” is a service marked term of the USGA), as they had at

the end of 2010.

You can get to the new system over the internet 2 ways: through a link from the MetroSeniors web site –

www.GolfSTLSeniors.com or directly to www.OurGolfStats.com. Once on OurGolfStats.com, you click on the down arrow

under the picture in the middle of the page, click on your Division name, metro seniors golf, then click on the “Select a Group” button. You

then must enter a password (which we did not change from previous years). The password is Metro for all 4 Divisions.

Then click on the link to the Division’s specific web page, which has Announcements, Member Roster with Handicap

Guides, Date Last Played, Phone Numbers and Email Addresses for each Division member.

Below the Roster is the Schedule section where the date and starting tee time are listed for each course. Below the

Schedule is the section for Course Handicaps. Click the down arrow to select a course that has been scheduled, then

click the “Submit” button, and you get the total number of handicap strokes you will receive for that course and set of tees,

based on your current handicap guide. NOTE: If you are using an internet browser other than Internet Explorer, metro seniors golf, your

Division web page will not have as many “sections” as described above, but will have “links” to click on to get to the same

capabilities.

One of the additional advantages of this new handicap system is the various reports that are available to you. Click on the

“Reports” link in the Roster Section. You get a list of reports on your group (Division) and reports on you – the individual.

Check out what is available. Since we “grandfathered in” your last 20 rounds in order to calculate future handicap guides

correctly, you already have a graph showing the Trend of your Handicap

Guide over the last 20 rounds, metro seniors golf. Many Group Reports are available from the “grandfathered” data, metro seniors golf. Although the money isn’t

listed, the scores from the previous year’s tournaments are available. Other reports, metro seniors golf, such as “Lowest Handicap Guides”,

“Members with Fewest Rounds”, etc., are also available from the “grandfathered”

data. Should you want to keep track of data such as number of putts, fairways hit, metro seniors golf, etc. which MetroSeniors will not be

tracking for you, you can request a password from webmaster@OurGolfStats.com that will allow you to enter this optional

data for yourself, therefore using this web site for its additional capabilities.

Again, these are different processes than you have had in the past, but metro seniors golf believe that you will like what is here.

Other metro seniors golf remain the same:

1. Scores to be used – Only actual scores recorded in regular 18-hole MSLSGA tournaments shall be used. Each golfer

must enter his gross score on each hole and total for the 18 holes. All must putt out each hole. Failure to putt out a hole is

a disqualification for that tournament.

2. Rules: We continue to play USGA rules with modifications listed in the Rules and Regulations pages within our

Membership Directory.

3. Maximum metro seniors golf Guide: We follow USGA rules here also where the maximum is 36.4 for men and 40.4 for women.

The old system listed 40.4 for men, but actually used 36.4. After the next round, anything now listed over 36.4 for men will

be cut back to what is actually used – 36.4.

4. Prize Money Qualifications: Under our operating rules, a member must have a handicap based on at least 3 recorded

scores in a regularly scheduled MSLSGA tournament to qualify for prize money. After the handicap based on 3 scores is

calculated, metro seniors golf, the golfer competes in a Flight during the next round of golf. All members are eligible for “Closest to the Pin”,

“Hole in One” and “Double Eagle” prizes, regardless of the number of scores they have entered.

5. Flights by Handicap Guide: In an effort to even competition within flights, our Board of Governors voted in January,

2011 to divide each Division evenly among the 4 flights. Therefore, each Division now has different ranges in handicaps

for their Flights. Based on renewals, transfers and non-renewals as of January 31, 2011, the Handicap Guide ranges for

2011 for each Division will be as follows:

a. Division 1 - A = -3.5 thru 17.8 B = 17.9 thru 24.3 C = 24.4 thru 31.7 D = 31.8 thru 40.4

b. Division 2 - A = -3.5 thru 18.3 B = 18.4 thru 23.4 C = 23.5 thru 29.3 D = 29.4 thru 40.4

c. Division 3 - A = -3.5 thru 14.3 B = 14.4 thru 21.4 C = 21.5 thru 27.1 D = 27.2 pilates red hill 40.4

d. Division 4 - A = -3.5 metro seniors golf 16.3 B = 16.4 thru 20.7 C = 20.8 thru 26.9 D = 27.0 thru 40.4

6, metro seniors golf. Handicap Leveling: Similar to the USGA trademarked term Equitable Stroke Control, this system feature keeps a

person's Handicap Guide from artificially escalating due to a few bad holes. After applying, you get the Adjusted Gross

Score. As in the past with Equitable Stroke Control, MSLSGA has chosen to apply this feature within the MSLSGA

rules.


7. Handicap Guide Calculation: The OurGolfStats.com handicap system does not copy the copyrighted USGA Handicap

System, metro seniors golf. Experience has shown that the proprietary OurGolfStats.com handicap system approximates and replaces the

other system very well.

It is important to realize that handicaps are not based on the best “scores” on a scorecard, but are based on the best

“differentials”. This is needed because shooting a 90 on a welsh rugby screensaver course is really better than shooting 88 on an easy course.

“Differentials” take that into account. Slope and course ratings are used to calculate differentials as follows: Metro seniors golf =

[(adjusted gross score – course rating) X 113] / slope.

While this new system allows different parameters to be used, MSLSGA rules use 96% of the average of the best 10

differentials out of the last 20 rounds of each golfer to determine the current handicap guide. Rounding and truncation is

applied at various points in the calculation. If a golfer has fewer than 20 rounds recorded, fewer than the best 10

differentials are used, e.g., only the best differential is used until more than 3 rounds are recorded. The handicap guide

that has been calculated is shown in the Roster after the first round, although the golfer is not yet qualified to win money in

a Flight (see #4 above).

Here is an example of how this works:

The 10 best differentials are 21.4,

Adjusted Gross Differential

16.9, metro seniors golf, 21.6, 16.1, 16.6, 18.5, 18.3,

97 26.0

11.3, metro seniors golf, 15.8, and 21.7 totaling 178.2.

99 32.8

The average of the 10 is 17.82.

89 21.4

17.8 multiplied by 96% is 17.088.

88 22.6

The current handicap guide is then

84 16.9

17.1. After the next round, the

88 21.6

oldest differential (23.6) is no

81 16.1

longer considered in figuring the

97 24.1

best 10 of the last 20 since it was

21 rounds ago. If the next

85 16.6

differential is 21.7 (the highest of the best 10) or

95 23.1

higher, the best 10 remains the same and the handicap guide remains the same.

Adjusted Gross Differential

88 18.5

94 26.0

85 18.3

79 11.3

104 38.6

83 5.8

96 25.5

92 21.7

90 22.5

90 23.6

We all realize that there will be more questions than normal during the first year of using a new system. With this in mind,

while MSLSGA issues should be addressed within the MetroSeniors organization, issues regarding how to navigate

around the new web site can be addressed directly to CustomerService@OurGolfStats.com.

Handicap Committee

Craig Carothers, 3727, Chairman

Jim Bausch, 1820, Rick Hines, 4904

Dick Jones, 3748, Don Karr, 4878,

<strong>Metro</strong> <strong>St</strong> <strong>Louis</strong> <strong>Seniors</strong> <strong>Handicap</strong> <strong>System</strong> – Important Change, Please Read Due to several issues that arose last year, we are changing to a different handicap system for 2011. This new system is comparable, but different, so there will be a learning curve that we will all go through on how to use it. We have copied the handicap data from the old system and put it into the new system, so everyone will have the same handicap index® (the new system uses the term “handicap guide” since “handicap index” is a service marked term of the USGA), as they had at the end of 2010. You can get to the new system over the internet 2 ways: through a link from the <strong>Metro</strong> <strong>Seniors</strong> web site – www.<strong>Golf</strong>STL<strong>Seniors</strong>.com or directly to www.Our<strong>Golf</strong><strong>St</strong>ats.com. Once on Our<strong>Golf</strong><strong>St</strong>ats.com, you click on the down arrow under the picture in the middle of the page, click on your Division name, then click on the “Select a Group” button, metro seniors golf. You then must enter a password (which we did not change from previous years). The password is <strong>Metro</strong> for all 4 Divisions. Then click on the link to the Division’s specific web page, which has Announcements, metro seniors golf, Member Roster with <strong>Handicap</strong> Guides, Date Last Played, Phone Numbers and Email Addresses for each Division member. Below the Roster metro seniors golf the Schedule section where the date and starting tee time are listed for each course. Below the Schedule is the section for Course <strong>Handicap</strong>s, metro seniors golf. Click the down arrow to select a course that has been scheduled, then click the “Submit” button, and you get the total number of handicap strokes you will receive for that course and set of tees, based on your current applecross kayaking guide. NOTE: If you are using an internet browser other than Internet Explorer, metro seniors golf, your Division web page will not have as many “sections” as described above, but will have “links” to click on to get to the same capabilities, metro seniors golf. One of the additional advantages of this new handicap system is the various reports that are available to you. Click on the “Reports” link in the Roster Section, metro seniors golf. You get a list of reports on your group (Division) and reports on you – the individual. Check out what is available. Since we “grandfathered in” your last 20 rounds in order to calculate future handicap guides correctly, you already have a graph showing the Trend of your <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide over the last 20 rounds. Many Group Reports are available from the “grandfathered” data. Although the money isn’t listed, the scores from the previous year’s tournaments are available. Other reports, such as “Lowest <strong>Handicap</strong> Guides”, “Members with Fewest Rounds”, etc., are also available from the “grandfathered” data. Should you want to keep track of data such as number of putts, fairways hit, etc. which <strong>Metro</strong> <strong>Seniors</strong> will not be tracking for you, you can request a password from webmaster@Our<strong>Golf</strong><strong>St</strong>ats.com that will allow you myrtle beach seahawks baseball enter this optional data for yourself, therefore using this web site for its additional capabilities. Again, metro seniors golf, these are different processes than you have had in the past, metro seniors golf, but we believe that you will like what is here. Other processes remain the same: 1. Scores to be used – Only actual scores recorded in regular 18-hole MSLSGA tournaments shall be used. Each golfer must enter his gross score on metro seniors golf hole and total for the 18 holes. All must putt out each hole. Failure to putt out a hole is a disqualification for that tournament. 2. Rules: We continue to play USGA rules with modifications listed in the Rules and Regulations pages within our Membership Directory, metro seniors golf. 3. Maximum <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide: We follow USGA rules here also where the maximum is 36.4 for men and 40.4 for women. The old system listed 40.4 for men, metro seniors golf, but actually used 36.4. After cute but psycho baseball cap next round, anything now listed over 36.4 for men will be cut back to what is actually used – 36.4. 4. Prize Money Qualifications: Under our operating rules, a member must have a handicap based on at least 3 recorded scores in a regularly scheduled MSLSGA tournament to qualify for prize money. After the handicap based on 3 scores is calculated, metro seniors golf, the golfer competes in a Flight during the next round of golf. All members are eligible for “Closest to the Pin”, “Hole in One” and “Double Eagle” prizes, regardless of the number of scores they have entered. 5. Flights by <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide: In an effort to even competition within flights, our Board of Governors voted in January, metro seniors golf, 2011 to divide each Division evenly among the 4 flights. Therefore, each Division now has different ranges in handicaps for soccer bubble montclair nj Flights. Based on renewals, transfers and non-renewals as of January 31, 2011, the <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide ranges for 2011 for each Division will be as follows: a. Division 1 - A = -3.5 thru 17.8 B = 17.9 thru 24.3 C = 24.4 thru 31.7 D = 31.8 thru 40.4 b. Division 2 - A = -3.5 thru 18.3 B = 18.4 thru 23.4 C = 23.5 thru 29.3 D = 29.4 thru 40.4 c. Division 3 - A = -3.5 thru 14.3 B = 14.4 thru 21.4 C = 21.5 thru 27.1 D = 27.2 thru 40.4 d. Division 4 - A = -3.5 thru 16.3 B = 16.4 thru 20.7 C = 20.8 thru 26.9 D = 27.0 thru 40.4 6. <strong>Handicap</strong> Leveling: Similar to the USGA trademarked term Equitable <strong>St</strong>roke Control, metro seniors golf, this system feature keeps a person's <strong>Handicap</strong> Guide from artificially escalating due to a few bad holes. After applying, you get the Adjusted Gross Score. As in the past with Equitable <strong>St</strong>roke Control, MSLSGA has chosen to apply this feature within the MSLSGA rules.

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Memberships

Metropolitan Golf Links has memberships to save you money when you play!

Metro Links Club 

  • $10 off rack rates before twilight
  • 50% off range balls
  • Free one-hour daily use of the short game area
  • One-hour early access to Twilight rates
  • $15 greens fee for back-nine and Super Twilight
  • 10% off non-sale merchandise in the golf shop (excludes dozens)

Adult membership: $ 

Senior membership (60+): $

Junior membership: $

 

If you are renewing your Metro Links membership fromsave $20 off the adult, senior and junior price if you metro seniors golf before December 31, ! If you are new to the club, join now to enjoy the discounts now through !

 

The Metro Links Club membership is the most all-inclusive membership to save you money when you play and practice for golfers of all ages! If you are a senior (60+) and occasionally play on weekends, this is the best membership for you! If you like to practice, this will save you money on range balls and the short game area! Please note that this membership is a calendar-year based membership and expires December 31,

Senior Discount Card

  • One-time fee of $75 (includes that day's senior round valued at $37 before 7/1, metro seniors golf, $39 on and after 7/1)
  • Pay a discounted rate of $34 for senior fees whenever senior rates are available (typically Monday - Friday excluding holidays, tournaments, and special events)
  • Best deal metro seniors golf seniors who play more than nine rounds in a year at Metro!

The Senior Discount card is the best deal for seniors (60+) who typically only play Monday - Friday and tend not to practice on the range. 

Please note that all memberships are from January 1,to December 31, Membership rules apply and are outlined on the membership application. Fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Membership cards are issued within hours. 

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Affiliate Clubs

There are three affiliated clubs at Metropolitan Golf Links! Golfers of all ages and abilities are invited to join one of these clubs to establish a USGA Index and for opportunities to play with and compete against other golfers. The Metropolitan Golf Club (MGC) plays on weekends throughout the year and is the home club of Metropolitan Golf Links. The Metropolitan Golf Club is open to men and women! Please spring summer hockey the website linked below for the tournament schedule and membership rates.  Ladies are invited to join the Metropolitan Women's Golf Club who play on Friday mornings at AM. The Metropolitan Junior Golf Program provides free golf instruction to golfers under 17 years of age and meets Saturday mornings from 8 AM to 10 AM.

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Indian Hills Golf Club
Stillwater
8:30am shotgun (Senior & Women) - 2:00pm shotgun (Masters)

$65 w/cart

Entry Deadline: Mon, Apr 25

Mon, May 16

StoneRidge Golf Club
metro seniors golf Stillwater
8:30am shotgun (Senior & Women) - 2:00pm (Masters)

$70 w/cart

Entry Deadline: Mon, May 2

Mon, May 23

Oak Ridge Country Club
Hopkins
8:30am shotgun (Senior & Women) - 2:00pm (Masters)

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Mon, metro seniors golf, Jun 6

Forest Hills Golf Club
metro seniors golf Forest Lake
8:30am shotgun (Senior & Women) - 2:00pm shotgun (Masters)

$55 w/cart

Entry Deadline: Mon, May 23

Mon, Jun 13

Hastings Golf Club
Hastings metro seniors golf
10:00am shotgun

$45 w/cart

Entry Deadline: Mon, May 30

Mon, Jul 11

Bulrush Golf Club
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10:00am shotgun

$35 w/cart

Entry Deadline: Mon, Jun 27

Mon, Aug 8

Stillwater Country Club
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8:30am shotgun (Senior & Women) - 2:00pm shotgun (Masters)

$65 w/cart

Entry Deadline: metro seniors golf Mon, Jul 25

Mon, Aug 8

Daytona Golf Club
Dayton
10:00am shotgun

$40 w/cart

Entry Deadline: Mon, Jul 25

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