Tee Assignment for 2022

To All CMGC Members,

The Board of Governors has voted to re-define the requirements to play from the forward Green Tees. Golf should be fun and as our age goes up it appears our club distances goes the other way. If you have not been able to reach holes in regulation, especially the par 4’s in 2 shots, you may want to consider moving to the Green tees.

Enrollment to play from the Green Tee will happen only once a year, in January, before the first event.

1) Golfers at age 65+ as of December 31st 2021 have the choice to remain on the White Tees or can choose to move forward to the Green Tees. When you choose your tee assignment for the year it will be for Wednesday play as well as our weekend tournaments.

2) If you are 65+ and want to play from the Green Tee, you must respond by email to bpodoloff@gmail.com  no later than 1/9/2022 stating your request to move to the Green Tees

3) No action is needed if you are 65+ and want to continue playing from the White Tees.

NOTE 1: Moving to the Green Tees at Coronado is a 2-shotdifference in course rating (70.2 vs 68.3)

Please use the formula below to determine what your handicap will be from white or green tees.

NOTE2: Choosing to play from the Green Tee will remain the same for every event the whole year and cannot be changed between events during the year. Changes can only happen in January each year.

NOTE 3: If you are turning 65 later in the year you will have to wait until the next January enrollment period to request moving forward to the Green Tees

Thank you.

Board of Governors

Player index is 12.5.
This player is on the White Mens tee, the slope is 117, the rating is 70.2 and the par is 72.
The Course Handicap is calculated as index * slope / 113 = 12.5 * 117 / 113 = 12.942….

The CR – P adjustment of 70.2 – 72 = -1.8 is applied. The resulting Course Handicap is 11.142….
After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 11.

Player index is 12.5.
This player is on the Green Mens tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 68.3 and the par is 72.
The Course Handicap is calculated as index * slope / 113 = 12.5 * 113 / 113 = 12.5.

The CR – P adjustment of 68.3 – 72 = -3.7 is applied. The resulting Course Handicap is 8.8.
After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 9.

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