Message from the President December 2020

Last Updated: 08 December 2020

 

 

 

Message from the President December 2020
 
Dear CFBEGA members,
As you all know, due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, I did not have the opportunity to address the members at the conclusion of tournaments and road trip. I would like to take this opportunity to convey some of the messages that I normally make.
First, I would like start by reintroducing CFBEGA executive committee members, and recognize their efforts, contributions and commitment in planning and executing the Association’s Business Plan.
Vice president – Brian Hammond
Secretary – Brad Alexander
Treasurer – Stew Jeffery
Tournament Director – John Smith
Assistant Tournament Director – Tim Christy
Communication Director – Rick Wilson
Regular Membership Director – Larry Major
Ordinary and Associate Membership Director – Peter Rees
Golf Canada/BCGA Membership Director – Daryl Dagneault
Member At Large – Kim Ford
These great gentlemen make my job easier, and I attribute the Association’s accomplishments and success to them. I thank them from the bottom of my heart and I am certain that you would join me in recognizing these fine gentlemen for the exceptional work they do on your behalf.
Second, I would like to recognize and once again, congratulate the 2020 CFBEGA Champion golfers of the year in their respective categories:
CFBEGA both Gross and Net Lady Champion – Rochelle Haws (Two day score: 167 and net 158)
CFBEGA Gross Champion – Lance Conarroe (Two day score: 164)
CFBEGA Net Champion – James Sutherland (Two day score: net 147)
CFBEGA Senior Gross Champion – Patrick Walsh (Two day score: 152)
CFBEGA Senior Net Champion – Frank Schultz (Two day score: net 134)
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2020 CFBEGA Annual General Meeting

Last Updated: 08 December 2020

 

 

 

2020 CFBEGA Annual General Meeting

AGM date and time: Wed 9 Dec 20 @1700

Place: Virtual on Zoom

Members, please mark your calendars and attend the 2020 Annual General Meeting. AGM discusses and approves the Association’s budget and business plan for next year. Your participation is key in shaping the outlook of future programs.

  • AGM date and time: Wed 9 Dec 20 @1700
  • Place: Virtual on Zoom
  • If you would like to submit agenda items, please contact the Secretary – Brad Alexander.
  • If you wish to attend, please forward your current email address to the President – Mohamed Gudal in order to receive Zoom invitation in timely manner
  • The following Executive Committee members will not be seeking another term. Please nominate those who wish to serve and promote the Association’s interests, by contacting the Secretary – Brad Alexander.

o   President

o   Communications Director

Hope to see you all at the AGM.

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Thanks,

Mo

Rules of Golf and Handicapping

Last Updated: 29 October 2020

 

 

As the golf season begins to wind down across Canada, we would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the educational opportunities available to you as a Golf Canada Member

RULES OF HANDICAPPING

With the release of the World Handicapping System (WHS) in January, it is important to understand the changes and how it impacts you – the golfer!

For those that are interested in learning more about the World Handicapping System, we have created an online presentation that highlights the major changes to the Rules of Handicapping. By comparing the WHS to the previous system and providing the rationale for the change, Golf Canada members will have a better understanding and will feel confident as they continue to post scores and maintain their Handicap Index.

 

 Click here to access the WHS webinar! 

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Keeping Scores during the Winter Months on the Golf Canada Network

Last Updated: 29 October 2020

 

 

 

The World Handicap System (WHS) permits British Columbia Golf to determine a period of time when scores made in specific areas of the province cannot be submitted for handicap purposes because course conditions are exceptionally poor.

Due to the different playing conditions occurring within the various geographical areas of the province, British Columbia Golf has invoked a mandatory inactive season for handicap purposes for those areas in the province where golf cannot be played year-round.Posting of all local scores played in British Columbia for handicap purposes is suspended during the period November 15 to February 28, for all members in areas where golf cannot be played year-round. This period is mandatory.

The areas where golf can be played year-round and will have their active season extended are: The Lower Mainland, Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island.

Procedure during the period November 15 to February 28

For the areas with an extended active season, as identified above, we will adjust the Course and Slope ratings so that they reflect the winter play conditions. Throughout the winter months, we will continue to monitor and adjust the Course Ratings as necessary.

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