Gold Mountain Golf Club
John Sitton, Golf Operations Manager
7263 W Belfair Valley Road
Bremerton, WA 98310
Winter Series Event Portal
Follow the link for pairings, live scoring, results and player information. You can also access the portal by using the USGA Tournament Management app on your mobile device.
To access, login using the GGID: WSJAN19
All contestants must register in person with the WSGA at Gold Mountain Golf Club prior to teeing off.
The following registration period has been scheduled inside the clubhouse:
- Friday, January 18: 8:30 A.M. – 9:45 A.M.
STARTING TIME AND PAIRINGS
- 10:00 A.M. Shotgun Start – Please be at your hole and ready to start on the air horn blast promptly at 10:00 A.M.
PREFERRED PAIRING REQUESTS WILL BE TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION IF NOTED ON THE ENTRY REGISTRATION. PHONE/EMAIL REQUESTS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE ENTRY DEADLINE.
18-hole gross and net individual Stableford competition. There is a Men’s and Women’s Division with flights in each. Flights will be determined by course handicap.
Course yardage is subject to change based on weather/course conditions but this is a good guide for those that wish to play practice rounds from a similar yardage.
Men will play from the White WSGA tees markers at 6,034 yards
Women will play from the Gold WSGA tee markers at 5,220 yards
Contestants wishing to play a practice round prior to the event can contact Gold Mountain Golf Club at (360) 415-5432. Rates and availability are at the discretion of the club. Practice rounds are NOT included in entry fee and are NOT hosted for WSGA Winter Series events.
Men: The WSGA expects all contestants and their caddies to wear suitable attire on the host club property throughout the duration of the event. Suitable attire does not include cutoffs, tank tops, jeans or denim of any kind or color, tee shirts, sweat pants or unkempt clothing of any kind. Failure to adhere to the dress code may result in disqualification and removal from the course.
Women: The WSGA expects all contestants and their caddies to wear suitable attire on the host club property throughout the duration of the tournament. Suitable attire does not include cutoffs, short shorts, tank tops, halters, jeans or denim of any kind or color, tee shirts, bare midriff, spandex, sweat pants or unkempt clothing of any kind. Failure to adhere to the dress code may result in disqualification and removal from the course.
The use of automotive carts during all Winter Series Tournaments is permitted. Power carts can be reserved during registration for $16.50 per rider. If you would like a cart but did not reserve one during registration, contact the WSGA.
Only brands of golf balls on the USGA's latest list of conforming balls may be used.
Host club caddies will not be available. A player may provide his/her own caddie. Individual cart riders will be paired up, so players with a caddy will need to reserve a second cart during registration.
WARM-UP RANGE BALLS
Hosted warm-up range balls will be provided to participants on the driving range, prior to the round, starting at 8:30 A.M.
FOOD SERVICE (NO-HOST)
The Gold Mountain Restaurant will be open from 7:30 a.m. – dusk.
An awards presentation will take place after the round in the clubhouse. The awards presentation will be held immediately following play as soon as the results have been calculated. All gift certificates will be awarded at this time.
Merchandise certificates will be awarded to high finishing players within each flight both gross and net. NOTE: All merchandise certificates must be redeemed at Gold Mountain Golf Club.
NOTE REGARDING TIES: Merchandise certificates and Winter Series Challenge points will be split for all ties.
Players will receive 100% of their course handicap and receive those strokes on the appropriate handicap stroke holes. The WSGA will update contestants’ handicap indexes as of the January 15, 2019 GHIN Handicap Revision and will convert them in accordance with the slope rating used for the event.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Unacceptable conduct or behavior on the golf course or anywhere on club property will not be tolerated and may be grounds for penalty or immediate disqualification, at any time, from any WSGA event. The following are examples of unacceptable conduct or behavior:
- Loud, abusive and/or profane language
- Intentionally throwing and/or breaking equipment or the like (club, ball, etc.) in anger or frustration
- Intentionally damaging host club, WSGA, and/or fellow participant property
- Abuse of any kind of host club officials, volunteers or staff; and/or WSGA volunteers, staff or fellow participants
- Public criticism of host club, officials, volunteers or staff; and/or WSGA volunteers, staff or fellow participants
- Intentionally engaging in a criminal act
- Engaging in activities that result in the potential endangerment of others
- Intentionally violating the Rules of Golf
- Intentionally violating stated club policy
- Violation of WSGA Dress Code
- Violation of WSGA Footwear Policy
*The Committee in charge of the competition shall be the sole judge of determining Conduct Code violations.