Northern California Golf Association

2020 Weekend Net Tour

Silverado Resort – South Course

February 15, 2020


Player Information Sheet


Club Information (website/address):                             Silverado Resort

                                                                                          1600 Atlas Peak Road

                                                                                          Napa, CA 94558

                                                                                          (707) 257-5640



FORMAT:  Four-Ball Net. Two partners compete as a side, with each playing a separate ball. The side’s score for a hole is the lower net score of the partners on that hole. Sides will be assigned to separate flights based off their combined handicap index as of their February 12th handicap. Per USGA guidelines all players will receive 85% of their course handicap*. The top finishers in each flight will receive gift card money to Golf Mart stores. Players are required to play from the designated tees, unless previously arranged and approved by the committee. All players in the E-Club division are required to play from the tee assignment.


*A separate division for sides where both players are members of NCGA E-Club North Bay and E-Club San Francisco will be established. This division is solely for the purposes of determining the sides who will qualify from each of those respective E-Clubs. Championship regulations stipulate a maximum handicap of 18.4 for any player. Gift cards will NOT be given out based on this division. All players will be shown in a separate division without this handicap maximum imposed, for purposes of awarding gift cards, skins, and WNT player of the year points.  


TEES: (Alternate tee upon request if within 72 hours of the event, otherwise tee assignment is required)         

Men: White tees (6,207 yards)

Women: Burgundy tees (5,376 yards)


Play will begin at 9:00 a.m. with tee times in 10-minute intervals off the Nos. 1 and 10 tees of the North Course. Please be at your assigned tee ready for play 10 minutes prior to your start time. There you will exchange scorecards with your fellow-competitors and be able to pay into an optional skins game.


PACE OF PLAY & RULES: Please be sure to keep up with the group in front of you. Groups that miss their 18-hole checkpoint (finishing over the designated time and more than 14 minutes behind the group in front of them) are subject to a two-stroke penalty.  In order to keep an adequate pace of play, players are asked to pick up once maximum score has been reached on a respective hole; failure to do so will result in a two-stroke penalty.

          The Rules of Golf as approved by the USGA and the R & A are in effect. It is the player’s responsibility to have a working knowledge of the rules. For more information regarding the rules, players can visit the NCGA’s website:


MAXIMUM SCORE:  A gross 9 on any hole.


SERIOUS MISCONDUCT & DRESS CODE: A player who is removed from the course for Serious Misconduct will result in a loss of all funds and potentially a suspension from future events. Players and Caddies are to dress appropriately. For more information, please refer to the NCGA Weekend Net Tour Hard Card. 


PLAYER OF THE YEAR: The top overall net scores will receive points on the Weekend Net Tour Player of the Year list for their finish, please look at the points distribution table on the Weekend Net Tour page for point allocations.


CARTS: Only two carts are allowed per group. Spectator carts are not allowed.


GIFT CARD DISTRIBUTION: The top performers in each flight will win gift cards to GolfMart stores. These will be distributed by email and will be done in batches, so gift card monies may not be received for up to 6 weeks. Also, any skins not claimed at the close of competition will be paid out by GolfMart gift cards. Please be sure your email in Golf Genius is up to date.


TIES: Ties for gift card prizes will be settled using USGA recommendations of a card off: best back 9 net score, best back 6 (net), best back 3 (net), followed by best 18th hole (net), finally, tie-break by coin-flip.