2022 Men's Cup Champion Nate Kassel
Leader board Winners
1st Nate Kassel 55 Points $300
2nd Dan Sunseri 45 Points $250
3rd Sig Reynisson 44 Points $200
4th Dan Schwender 41 Points $150
5th Russ Newman 34 Points $100
FULL LEADER BOARD
The Eagle Ridge Mens Club was founded in 2004 and is a registered NCGA Associate Club. Club membership, tournaments, ERMC Code of Conduct Dec-2021-pdf.pdfhandicap administration, club rules, code of conduct and by laws are managed by a board of directors.
ERMC Code of Conduct-BOD adopted December 13, 2021
Kevin Kelly President
Rules of Play
Every year it is the objective of the board to create a fair and level playing field for every member at every tournament. As a result, we will continue to monitor scores and penalize golfers who breach the following.
2022 Club Handicap Rules (Rules 1-4 same as 2021) Rule 5 modified
Rule 1: A maximum of 36 strokes will be allowed in all our tournaments and will apply to skins betting as well.
Rule 2: Any player with 3 net scores of net 70 or below will have their handicap adjusted by -2 strokes after the third score.
Rule 3: Any player with two (2) rounds of net 68 or below will have their handicap adjusted by -2 after the second score.
Rule 4: Any player recording a single (1) round of net 66 or below will have their handicap adjusted by -2 after the first score.
Rule 5 updated: BOD will review & compute 2021 & 2022 "T" scores and compare those scoring averages to current handicap indexes. This review comes into play when a player has a net score of 71 or below in a 2022 tournament. We will then review their current & prior year (2021) net T scores and determine if there are 4 or more net par or below T scores that may require a handicap adjustment of -2 or more. For new members, prior year scores will be reviewed when appropriate.
ERMC Code of Conduct
Adopted by the Board of Directors December 13, 2021 Rev. January 19, 2022
Eagle Ridge Men’s Golf Club Code of Conduct: Our club golf is played, for the most part, without supervision or a tournament official. The game relies on the integrity of the individual to show consideration for other players and to abide by the Rules of Golf, as maintained by the NCGA/ USGA. All players should conduct themselves in a disciplined manner, always demonstrating courtesy and sportsmanship, irrespective of how competitive they may be. This is the spirit of the game of golf.
Any unprofessional action contrary to the spirit of the game such as abusive language, throwing of clubs, cheating, or other disruptive behavior including physical or verbal confrontations or abuse on the golf course or course grounds, will not be tolerated and, depending on the severity of the breach, may result in a written warning, disqualification from event(s), and suspension or expulsion from the club, or a combination of these, at the sole discretion of the Board of Directors (hereinafter the Board). Upon notice and review of any incidents, the Board will send notification by e-mail within ten days of said incident to the member informing him of its decision regarding the violation.
A first incident, depending on the severity of the breach, may warrant only a written warning against future negative actions, or it may warrant disqualification from the event where the incident occurred and a suspension from the next club event or for 30 days, whichever is longer. A subsequent or more serious breach will result in a disqualification from the event where the behavior occurred and a permanent suspension; after 12-months a player may request a removal of the suspension via a written submission to the Board; granting the request will be at the sole discretion of the Board.
If a player commits a very serious breach of conduct, such as, but not limited to, intentionally cheating, deceiving or altering his scorecard, the player will be suspended from the club indefinitely until he meets with the Board. If the Board denies the player’s appeal, the minimum suspension is three years. The Board has the right to lengthen the term of suspension based on the severity of the violation.
In the case of an extreme violation of the Code of Conduct a player may be permanently expelled from the club. This determination is at the sole discretion of the Board.
A player may appeal any suspension or expulsion at a hearing with the Board upon written request to the Board. The Board shall notify all parties involved of the time and place of the hearing by e-mail not less than ten (10) days prior to such hearing. The decision of the Board shall be final.
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