The Winter Barn League is on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Download the app before you arrive so your score will appear on the weekly leaderboard.
(Reservations must be made)
Pricing – $20 per player (You must play with at least one other person in the league. If you don’t have a partner we have a list of individual players.)
Prizes – $5 cash for low net score (new players will need to establish a handicap) Number of places paid will depend on number of entries
$5 Birdie Pool – (new players can be in the birdie pool) if you are the only player in the league to birdie or eagle a hole, you will win a share of the pot (if 3 players have a birdie that holds, the pot is split 3 ways)
-Please sign in using the TopTracer Range app so your name and gross score will appear on the leaderboard.
– No mulligans
-2 hours will give you plenty of time to play nine holes.
-Remember- this isn’t the PGA Tour, have fun!
Prize Pool Explained
1-10 players – 1st place gets 100% of pool
11–20 players – 2 places – 60/40 split
21–30 players – 3 places – 50/30/20 split
31–40 players – 4 places – 35/30/20/15 split
41 or more players – 5 places – 30/25/20/15/10
Birdie Pool Explained
For example, there were 8 birdies made by players who participated in the pool. 2 birdies were made on hole 15, so those cancelled out, leaving 6 players who were the only ones to birdie a specific hole.
19 players in the pool x $5 each = $95
$95/6 birdies = each birdie is worth $16
Birdie Pool Tiebreakers
With only 9 holes and the amount of demand we are experiencing, there is a pretty good chance that no birdies will hold up. If that’s the case, here’s what we’ll do
1. Split the pot into Tuesday and Thursday (only if both days have winners)
2. Whichever hole or holes had the fewest birdies, the players who birdied those holes will split the pot (for example, only 2 people birdied hole 7 and 3 or more players birdied the other holes, those 2 people will split the pot)
3. The people who made the most birdies will split the pot (only if some players made at least 2 birdies)
To establish a handicap you’ll need to play twice before you can participate in the prize pool. The second week your 9 hole handicap will be 3-5 less strokes than your performance the first week, after deducting any scores above triple bogey and adjusting for course difficulty. After that, if you finish above par net, your handicap will go up by 1 stroke. If you finish below par net, your handicap will go down by half of the strokes you finished below par. For example, if you finish -6, your handicap will go down by 3. By making the handicaps go up more slowly than they go down, it insures that different people win every week. By only increasing your handicap by 1 each week, it limits people manipulating their handicaps. Course management reserves the right to adjust any player’s handicap, no questions asked. The purpose of this league is to have fun.