BC Law Enforcement Memorial Golf Tournament Tournament Rules This year it is Vancouver Island’s turn to host the 2015 BC Law Enforcement Memorial and related events. For many years now there has been a pre-existing Memorial golf tournament in Victoria: the “Southern Vancouver Island Police Memorial Golf Tournament.” The organizers of this tournament have graciously invited us to partner with them and include the BC Law Enforcement Memorial Golf Tournament as a separate bracket within their tournament. REGISTRATION FORM The Annual British Columbia Law Enforcement Memorial Golf Tournament is set up as a friendly inter-agency competition. Teams entering the tournament must therefore consist of participants representing the same law enforcement agency. Golfers who do not have a foursome to enter in the BCLEM bracket can still play in the Southern Vancouver Island Police Memorial Golf Tournament where organizers will place you in a group. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Each team will consist of four players who are all employed by the same law enforcement agency. All players can tee off at each hole. Men use white tees. Ladies use red tees. The nominated team captain then selects the best drive and marks the position (within 6 inches) with a tee peg (not nearer the hole). A minimum of four tee shots per player must be used and documented by entering the score on the score card beside the player’s name whose drive was used. The other players then retrieve their balls. The player whose ball has been chosen then plays his next shot first. The remaining players then play within six inches of the tee peg (not nearer the hole). Note: golf balls shall be placed on closely mown areas and dropped if the chosen ball in play is in the rough or a hazard. The above method of play is followed until the green is reached. On the green the same method applies. The ball chosen is marked by a putter head length and players putt from the same spot in turn. Each player must mark the ball after putting. Play continues from each chosen position until the ball is holed. The score is the total number of shots from the chosen spots (including the tee shot). Note: if a player putts and misses but then inadvertently knocks the ball into the hole, then that score counts. At the end of the round the total for each hole is added together. The winning team will be the one with the lowest score. All other on course rules of golf apply to the “Ball in Play” (see score card). The top teams will be eligible for prizes and the winning team will have their agency’s name and the names of each team player engraved in a perpetual trophy that the winning team can display at their agency until the next British Columbia Law Enforcement Memorial Golf Tournament is held.
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