$20 per player, per event
$5 Closest to the Pins
$2 Event Points Leaders
$1 Event Low Gross Winner
$1 Weekly Putting Contest
$2 End-of-Year Pot
$4 Administration fees
Weekly Event Points Leaders
At each event, $2 from each player will go to the "Top Three players" from that day. We will be using the Stableford Scoring (see Leaderboard page for Scoring system) at ALL events played except the Ryder Cup, with 50% of the pot collected going to the player with the most points made. Second place will receive 30% of the pot and 3rd will receive 20% of the pot.
Weekly Event Low Gross Winner
A cash prize of $1 per player will go to the player who has shot the day's Low Gross Score. (If a player takes an X on any given hole, he/she is not eligible for this prize)
Leaderboard / End-of-Year Pot
The player who accumulates the most Stableford points throughout the season, of which we will count the best 6 of 8 regular events PLUS 1 of 2 Major Events (a player MAY use BOTH majors if he/she does not have 6 regular events used), will be named "National Capital Golf Tour Champion" and collect a 40% share of the pot accumulated over the season at a rate of $2 per player per event. The "Top Five" end-of-year prizes are as follows:
First Place 40%
Second Place 25%
3rd Place 15%
4th place 10%
5th place 10%
Closest to the Pin
Closest To The Pin on every par 3 we play on Tour.
($5 per player divided by the number of par 3's played).
Weekly Putting Contest
A Putting Contest is to be held following every event on the NCGT. Once the players have finished their round, they will immediately head to the putting green and EACH player will hit three putts to a designated hole which will be outlined with three circles a foot in diameter apart. Making the putt will be worth 20 points - the first circle is worth 15 points, then 10 points, then 5 points. The player who has the most points, will win the Putting Contest for that day. In the case of a tie the pot is split.
(at every event on our schedule, with the exception of the Ryder Cup)
Rules: Handicaps are used for a net score on each hole. The outright winner (net) of any hole will win a share of the pot. The fewer cleaners won, the more they are worth. Maximum handicap is 18 (no two stroke allowances)
Example: 10 players x $5 each = $50 pot
- Bill & Sam both make a net birdie on hole #2 while all other players score par or worse. There is no winner since they cut each other off.
- Joe gets a net birdie on hole #5 while nobody cuts him off (ties the hole), and he wins one "cleaner" and one share of the pot.
The only other "cleaner" won on this day was on hole #15 by Bobby. Therefore Bobby and Joe each get 1 share of the pot worth $25 each.
Note: If someone wins 2 holes they get 2 shares of the pot, so if Bobby won 2 cleaners and Joe won 1, the pot would be divided 3 ways with 2 shares going to Bobby and 1 going to Joe. Therefore Bobby wins $33.30 and Joe wins $16.70.