• Matches are nine holes in length
  • Each team has two matches a week (one home/one away)
    • 4 players will play at home and 4 players will travel to the away course
  • Veterans should only play once a week and ample playing time should be given to all team members based on their availability 
  • Only 4 players are permitted per team at each host club
  • Teams will stay together as a foursome and compete against each other
  • Veteran Captain is responsible for communicating with and assigning players to each home and away match every week
  • If a team has three players, they are permitted to compete a player down. If a team has two or less players in attendance, their match must be forfeited. Team will be combined for pace of play and will still play for fun. Three players will be able to hit a fourth shot rotating the turn.  
  • Team Scramble
    • All four players hit drives and the best shot will be selected. Each player will then play from the selected spot
    • Repeat this process until the ball is holed
  • ​A ball should be placed by the player in the general area within one club-length of and not nearer the hole than the original ball's position
  • Tees played should be between 5,400-5,800 yards and will be chosen by PGA Captain prior to round

  • Each match is broken into three FLAGS​​​
    • A FLAG is three holes in a row - Holes 1,2,3/4,5,6/7,8,9
    • Each team has the opportunity to earn points at the end of each FLAG
  • ​The team that wins more holes in a flag wins one point
  • If a flag ends in a tie, then each team will be awarded a half-point
  • The team with the most points at the end of the game is the winner
  • Regardless of a win or loss, each team retains their total points won in a game towards their season total
  • The team with the most points at the end of the season will move on to play a Championship match against the other league
  • The score for each match will be kept by a designated official scorekeeper
    • The official scorekeeper is responsible for reporting the results to their Veteran Captain
    • ​Veteran Captains will send a picture of the scorecards to Shannon Gilbert at sgilbert@pgahq.com no later than the day after each match for posting on the League portal
  • Maximum score on a hole is "Double Par" 

  • Players must adhere to host facilities COVID-19 policies
  • Follow all direcctions from your host professional
  • Golf attire is required at all times
  • Players must have their own clubs with them to play
  • Transportation is the responsibility of the players
  • No personal coolers are allowed on the course
  • Advice can be given between teammates and captains at any time
  • Teams should always encourage each other to keep up with the group in front of them and maintain a strong pace of play
  • If you fall behind you will be asked to pick up your ball and move on to the next hole and record a double par on that hole
  • If a team's selected ball becomes lost outside of a penalty area, the team must take stroke and distance relief by adding one penalty stroke and playing the original ball or another ball from where the previous stroke was made. Click here for Rules Video
  • Penalty areas are defined as any body of water on the course including a sea, lake, pond, river, ditch, surface drainage ditch or other open watercourse and any other part of the course defined as a penalty area
  • If a player elects to play the ball from within the penalty area, the ball must be placed within the penalty area or, under penalty of one stroke, a player may use the relief options under Rule 17.1d
  • Leave the golf course in a better condition than we found it
    • ​Walk softly and carefully on the greens
    • Always rake sand before leaving a bunker
    • Repair your divots
    • Fix your ball marks and the ball marks of others that may have forgotten