– Download a Printable “Hard Card”
– Scoring Areas: Lincoln Park and TPC Harding Park
– Playoff Procedures
– Pace of Play Policy
– Pace of Play Procedures – Stroke Play
– Pace of Play Procedures – Match Play
– Player Code of Conduct
– New Local Rule for Stroke and Distance to be used in Open Flights Match Play
- 1. A contestant is eligible to play in only one division.
- 2. USGA Rules will govern all play. Additionally, the SF City Hard Card along with the Notice to Players for each course will be in effect. A copy of these rules will also be available at each course prior to the start of the competition. Normal score cards for the courses will have no status.
- 3. The Men’s Championship Division finals match will be contested over 36 holes.
- 4. The Women’s Championship Division finals matches will be contested over 36 holes.
- 5. The entry fee and tournament application must be submitted simultaneously by the contestant for an entry to be considered official.
- 6. In all divisions except for the Open Flights, the defending champion if entered will be automatically seeded #2 for match play. If the defending champion wishes to play in qualifying for Medalist honors, he/she loses the #2 seed and will be seeded accordingly if he/she qualifies successfully.
- 7. Practice rounds are available at the course subject to the San Francisco City and County approved green fee rates and current reservation system requirements.
- 8. All city golf regulations issued by the City and County of San Francisco Recreation and Park Department shall apply.
- 9. The practice area at TPC Harding Park and Lincoln Park golf courses will open at 6:45am on all tournament days.
- 10. It is recommended that all players wear appropriate golf attire in accordance with the Hard Card.
- 11. In the event the Men’s Championship Division, Women’s Championship Division, Senior Men and Super Senior Championship Division is oversubscribed, the field in each division shall be determined by date entry received.
- 12. The Championship Committee shall have the right to amend the format as reasonably necessary and any and all of its decisions shall be final regarding the competitions, rules and other factors relating to the tournament proper.