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1ST MIXED TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP PRESENTED BY LECOM

Venue:Country Club of York
(Directions)
Dates:June 17-18 2019 
Entries Deadline:6/3/2019 Player Fee:$175.00
Registration:Online Entry Tee Times:Not Available
 Overview
New in 2019, the Pennsylvania Golf Association introduces the inaugural Mixed Team Championship. As a result of the merger with the Pennsylvania State Women’s Golf Association, the Mixed Team Championship is geared toward giving men and women throughout the Commonwealth the opportunity to compete together in an enjoyable championship.
 Format
Chapman format: both players hit their drives on the tee, for the second shot player A hits player B’s ball and player B hits player A’s ball, for the third shot the players select which ball they would like to play and play alternately until the ball is holed.

The scoring will be Gross and Net Stableford scoring. Gross and net awards will be presented. Net competition will be based on a team combined handicap; 60% of lower handicap and 40% of higher handicap. The Course Handicap limit will be 36. There will be two divisions: Championship & Forward.
Championship Division yardages will be approximately 6500 for men; 5700 for women. Forward Division yardages will be approximately 6000 for men; 5000 for women.
Teams select their division during entry.

 Eligibility
The Mixed Team Championship is open to teams of one male amateur golfer and one female amateur golfer who are both members of a club belonging to the Pennsylvania Golf Association or an Individual Member of the Pennsylvania Golf Association. Players need not be members of the same club.
At time of entry, one player from the side will complete the entire entry process. That player will need the partner’s GHIN number or User ID. If unsure of that information, please contact the golf office at 610-687-2340 x19.
 Field
Limited to 108 players (54 teams). Entries will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. on the entry closing date. Entry fee must accompany entry.
 Pairings
Players who have been accepted as participants in Pennsylvania Golf Association championships will receive event information concerning course assignment, practice rounds, pairings, and starting times approximately 10 days prior to the event. If you have not received your information seven days prior to the event, it is your responsibility to contact the Pennsylvania Golf Association. Information can also be found at www.pagolf.org.
 Starting Times
The PAGA staff, following as closely as practical the preferences indicated on the entry blanks will determine pairings and tee times. Initial schedule calls for an afternoon shotgun for round one; morning shotgun for round two.
 Caddie & Cart
Carts are permitted and Mandatory at the request of the Host Club. Cart fee of $35/player/day to include use of practice facilities will be collected at time of entry.
Carts are Mandatory for this event at the request of the host facility. Cart fee of $35/player/day will be collected at time of entry.
 Prizes
Gross/Net prizes will be awarded to top finishers in each division.
 Ties
In the event of a tie for for first place in the Championship gross division, a playoff will be held immediately following the conclusion of play. All other ties will be decided by USGA method.
 Trophy
Champions and Runners-Up will receive crystal awards.
 Practice Round
Practice rounds will be available based on club availability. Please call the golf shop at 717-843-9303 up to two weeks in advance to make proper arrangements.
Practice round fee: $65 includes cart, cart required.
Payment methods: Visa, MasterCard, Cash or reciprocal club charge
 Practice Range
Will be open approximately one hour prior to the first starting time.
 Registration
Shotgun start on each day (PM day one/AM day two). A registration table will be provided. Announcements will take place prior to the shotgun start.
 Food & Beverage
An optional lunch buffet will be available for purchase on day one. Dinner will be provided by the Association on the evening of day one . Light breakfast and a lunch buffet will be provided by the Association on day two. Additional F&B purchases will be available.
Monday evening Dinner Attire: Country Club Casual. All Ladies and Gentlemen are strongly encouraged to use the locker facilities and tip attendants for services.
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