Benefits of Golfers posting Hole-by-hole scores

Last Updated: 22 June 2017

 

 

When golfers are posting scores to the Golf Canada Score Centre, they have two options to choose from:
1.     Gross Adjusted/Total Score – this requires the golfer to make all their adjustments for ESC and then tally the score to post it into the system.
2.     Hole-by-hole (HBH) Score – this lets the golfer post the actual score they made on each hole and the system does the ESC adjustments for them based on their current Course Handicap.

The HBH method is great for new golfers who don’t yet have a Handicap Factor, or just don’t feel comfortable making the ESC adjustments because the system does all the work for them.

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2017 Highland Pacific 6-6-6 Tournament

Last Updated: 20 June 2017

 

 

 

 THIS TOURNAMENT HAS BEEN SOLD OUT

CFBEGA will be hosting a member tournament at Highland Pacific Golf.
* Friday 7 July 2017.
* 1300 Shotgun start.
* Highland Pacific Golf Course.
* Field Size limited to 72 so first come, first serve.
* Cost: $65 which includes golf, power carts, prizes including   CFBEGA lofo golf balls and a meal.

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Membership Application Guidelines

Last Updated: 11 May 2017

 

 

 

The executive would like to express concerns of the recent membership application process. Recently there has been too many requests of “instant” memberships, especially those related to associates. Please be reminded that an associates membership cannot begin their process until the sponsor member has paid for their membership. Once that is complete a membership executive on their own time has to arrange to stop at the kiosk once, maybe twice a week and collect the paperwork. From there the membership executive will send the paperwork for the associate. As stated on the website the process for all memberships takes between 5-10 business days.

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2019 Rules Modernization Initiative

Last Updated: 13 April 2017

 

 

As the National Sport Federation and governing body of golf in Canada, Golf Canada, in conjunction with the R&A and the United States Golf Association (USGA), has unveiled a preview of the proposed new Rules of Golf. This joint initiative was designed to modernize the Rules and make them easier to understand and apply.

The online release of this preview by the R&A and USGA begins a six-month feedback and evaluation period during which all golfers worldwide can learn about the proposed changes and provide input before they are finalized in 2018 and take effect on 1 January 2019.

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