Competitive Golf Program
The 2017 Season has come to an end! Stay tuned for information on our 2018 Season and winter golf activities!
Our mission is to create an enjoyable, memorable experience for boys and girls in the form of a competitive golf league for intermediate and advanced golfers. We strive to grow their love and knowledge of the game, form new friendships and have fun!
Registration: May 15th – June 19th (hard close). Limited to 80 participants.
Season: July 9 – August 20, 2017 – Sunday evening tee times (exact times will be determined after registration has closed and is dependent upon number of participants)
Participants & Eligibility: Boys and Girls entering Grades 4 – 8 in Fall 2017 – open to residents that will feed into Rosemount High School (RHS). Friend requests are not available.
Equipment: Each participant will provide their own equipment. Club rental will be available for an additional fee.
- July 9: Emerald Greens – 2 Hour Lesson and First Round with Team
- July 16 – August 13: Tee times will be at the following courses: Emerald Greens, Rich Valley, Southern Hills & Valleywood
- August 20: Emerald Greens – Final Competitive Round followed by BBQ and Awards
Fee: The fee is $140 and includes a 2 hour lesson at the beginning of the season, 7 rounds of golf, an RAAA Golf Polo shirt, bag tag, and end of year BBQ and awards.
Team & Play Format:
- We will group kids into teams of 10 (this will be based upon the total number of participants with a maximum of 80).
- Teams will be formed based on age and experience level.
- Competitive rounds in the style of Junior PGA where teams will play a scramble against each other in a 9-hole format with every three holes being worth a new point.
- Teams play each other week to week, course to course on a rotating basis in foursomes
- Matches 2 vs 2 with a possible 3rd player as a substitute
On-Course Team Managers: Each team will have 1-2 Team Managers who will attend all events and be with their players on the course. Those managers will need to recruit a few parents to walk with the groups the managers can’t be with. The on-course responsibilities of the Team Managers and other parents would be to walk along with the teams for all 9 holes, provide guidance on rules, keep pace of play moving, and keep the scorecard.
Volunteer Requirements: On-Course Team Managers, and board members for RAAA Golf