Reminder: ESC for Adjusted Score.
How to Adjust your scores for Handicap Posting per Rule http://www.usga.org/Rule-Books/Handicap-System-Manual/Rule-04/ Equitable Stoke Control (ESC) is Used for determining a Players Adjusted Gross Score for which is used for Hanidcap Posting. ESC is used when a player's actual or most likely hole score exceeds a maximum number, based on the table below, for the player's Course Handicap from the tees played. Course Handicap of 9 or less is allowed a maximum of double bogey (2 over Par) for any hole. Course Handicap of 10-19 is allowed a maximum of 7 strokes on any hole. Course Handicap of 20-29 is allowed a maximum of 8 strokes on any hole. Course Handicap of 30-40 is allowed a maximum of 9 strokes on any hole Course Handicap of 40 or greater is allowed a maximum of 10 strokes on any hole.
Posted by dkitchen::08/20/2014


2015 Farmers Volunteer Info
Information for volunteering at the 2015 Farmers Insurance Open is now available.

Click here for all of the Volunteer Information
Posted by mdhillon::08/18/2014


Completing a Correct Scorecard
Please take a couple of minutes and complete your scorecards as directed. Please total your gross score, and include your net score (if applicable), and total your adjusted score. Our scorers put in a lot of work, so please help them by correctly completing your scorecard. John
Posted by jstandish::08/16/2014


TPMGC Cobra Golf Discount
TPMGC Members can get 10% at cobragolf.com through the month of August.

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Posted by mdhillon::08/02/2014


TP North Renovation
TPMGC Members - below is a design plan of the planned renovations to TP North in early 2015.

Click here to download the Design Plan
Posted by mdhillon::08/02/2014


July 2014 Newsletter Posted
The July 2014 newsletter is now available, Enjoy!

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Posted by mdhillon::07/12/2014


Requesting a Prize Certificate
When you are ready to have a prize certificate issued, please send your request to: prize fund@tpmgc.org Please be specific on the dollar amount, and the store you would like the certificate to be issued to.
Posted by jstandish::07/10/2014