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Saturday, 9/19/2020

Four-Ball Matches

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Roger Schweinler

Jim Young

Winner 1 Up >>>
Saturday - 8:06 am

Joe Kim

Bill McLean

David Lloyd

Mike Shows

<<< Winner 1 Up 
Saturday - 8:15 am

Casey Fivecoat

Drew Romberg

Ed Sterbick

Bruce Sparling

<<< Winner 1 Up 
Saturday - 8:24 am

Bruce Conyers

Scott Satterfield

Mike Bloom

Roy Henry

<<< Winner 2 Up 
Saturday - 8:33 am

Paul Werner

Monty Kirk

Bob Carlson
Gordy Howins

<<< Winner 8 & 7 
Saturday - 8:42 am

Joe Derichsweiler

Bob Doyel

Tom Nelson

Mike Clark

<<< Winner 3 & 2 
Saturday - 8:51 am

Mike McCormick

Beau Faust


HISTORY:

Our course was originally contacted in July 2013 by Jerry Keathley, the Tournament Director of the Meadow Park Men’s Club.  Their course issued the following proposal and challenge to the Allenmore Men’s Club:

They proposed establishing an annual competition, with a perpetual traveling trophy, between our two clubs which will take place in September of each year.  The event shall be known as The MeadowMore Cup, and will take place at alternating sites; ie: years ending in odd numbers will be played at Meadow Park and even numbered years at Allenmore.  The winning course will receive an engraved trophy suitable to proudly display in their Pro Shop for the next year.



INAUGURAL DATES:

The inaugural event will be held on Friday – Sunday, September 20 – 22, 2013.  Friday evening will consist of a gathering at Meadow Park Golf Course, where the team captains will announce the match-ups and players will be given their tee-times.  Saturday & Sunday matches will occur as follows:



FORMAT:

This will be a 2-day event, much like the Ryder and Presidents Cup tournaments, with 2 different formats used.  Day 1 will consist of 6 Four-ball (better-ball) matches; day 2 will be 12 individual matches.  All matches on both days will be played in Match-Play format, i.e.; if one team (or player) scores lower on a hole than the opponent, the hole is won.  The match ends when a player (or team) is ahead more holes than are left to play.  The winning team (or player) will receive 1 full point for their course.  If a match is halved, each team will receive ½ point.  At the conclusion of play on the second day the team with the most points wins.

It requires a team to score 9 ½ points to win the event.  In the event of a tie, the reigning champion shall retain the cup.



HANDICAP ALLOWANCE:

In accordance with the USGA, in the Four-ball matches, the higher handicapped players receive the full course handicap difference between themselves and the lowest handicapped player, while the lowest handicapped player plays to scratch.  Ie:  player A has a handicap of 4, player B has a handicap of 9, player C has a handicap of 14 and player D has a handicap of 16.  Player B would play to a 5 handicap, player C would play to a 10 handicap, and player D would play to a 12 handicap, while player A would play to a 0.  Individual matches would be calculated the same, only opponent vs. opponent.



TEAMS *:

The teams will consist of a 12-man roster (with an additional 2 alternates) that will be determined by each course through the use of an accumulating points system.  The top 10 point gathers will earn an automatic roster spot, and 2 alternates will be determined by the accumulated points system as well (alternates may play only in the event that a roster player is unable to play).  2 team members will be given a roster spot, appointed by the Team Captain at his total discretion.  Points will be awarded through playing in our course’s regularly scheduled monthly tournaments starting with the Spring Shamble.  The final qualifying event will be The Club Championship (excluding the senior event) and will be considered a Major where point values are doubled.

In any case where a qualified player is unable (or unwilling) to accept a roster spot in this event, the list will shift down and the next available player will gain the roster spot.


     * To be determined by each course individually.  Qualifications and selection methods may evolve over the years.



PRIZE:

Meadow Park proposed designating the trophy “The Joey Ash Memorial Trophy”.

Pictured:  John Mayfield & Monty Kirk

Bottom Row: Roy Henry, Tom Nelson, Bob Carlson, Chuck Mulholland, Mike Clark

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Sunday, 9/20/2020

​Singles Matches

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Gordy Howins<Winner 2 & 1 >>>
Sunday - 8:06 am

Bill McLean
David Lloyd<<< Winner 2 Up 
Sunday - 8:06 am
Joe Derichsweiler

Roy Henry

Winner 3 & 2 >>>
Sunday - 8:15 am

Drew Romberg

Ed Sterbick

<<< Winner 3 & 2 
Sunday - 8:15 am

Casey Fivecoat

Mike Shows

<<< Winner 1 Up 
Sunday - 8:24 am

Monty Kirk

Bruce Sparling

<<< Winner 1 Up

Sunday - 8:24 am

Joe Kim

Roger Schweinler

<<< Winner 7 & 5 
Sunday - 8:33 am

Bob Doyel

Bob Carlson

<<< Winner 6 & 5

Sunday - 8:33 am

Paul Werner

Jim Young

Winner 5 & 4 >>>

Sunday - 8:42 am

Bruce Conyers
Mike Bloom

<<< Match Halved >>>
Sunday - 8:42 am

Scott Satterfield
Tom Nelson

<<< Winner 4 & 3 
Sunday - 8:51 am

Mike McCormick
Mike Clark

<<< Winner 2 Up 
Sunday - 8:51 am

Beau Faust


Top Row: Gary Parr, John Mayfield, Jim Young, Bruce Sparling, Mike Shows, Mike Bloom, Dave Lloyd, Top Row (continued): Gordy Howins, Jim Shin, Roger Schweinler (not pictured: Ed Sterbick)

The MeadowMore Cup

Also present at the ceremony in 2020 were:  Several members of the Allenmore Men's Club
As well as several members of the Meadow Park Men's Club gathered at the Urban Elk Restaurant
 

Pictured:  Mike Clark & David Lloyd

The post-tournament trophy presentation to the 2020 winning club "ALLENMORE MEN'S CLUB"
Pictured above is:  Allenmore Captain John Mayfield & Meadow Park Captain Monty Kirk

2020

MeadowMore Cup

Allenmore Men's Club

2020 MeadowMore Cup Team