2018 QUARRY OAKS STEINER CUP
The Steiner Cup is a competitive “Ryder Cup” style golf event between Quarry Oaks Golf Course and the Steinbach Fly-In Golf Club conducted over 2 days of competition near the end of the golf season each year. This event is open to all course members and staff to attempt to qualify for the finalized 16-person team. This team even has been competing for the Steiner Cup since 2000. The Steiner Cup is a great way to build relationships, meet new fellow golfers from both courses and enjoy a competitive team environment while creating memories that last a life time.
Dates: Saturday, September 29th & Sunday September 30th
Each Team is comprised of 16 Players:
The Low Gross Club Champion from that year
The Low Net Club Champion from that year
Top 5 Low Gross Qualifiers
Top 5 Low Net Qualifiers
3 Captains Picks
Team Captain – Head Golf Professional
Each qualifier must pay a $90.00 event fee prior to the September 17th deadline or they will be removed from the team and the 1st alternate will replace them.
Qualifiers will receive a matching team apparel item to be worn during the event rounds.
Rounds to qualify for the Steiner Cup team will require golfers to submit their attested confirmed scorecard with date played to the Head Golf Professional. Qualifying rounds are schedule to be played on any given day during the following 8 qualifying week windows:
May 14th – 20th
May 28th – June 3rd
June 11th – 17th
June 25th – July 1st
July 9th – 15th
July 28th & 29th Club Championship **
August 6th – 12th
August 20th – 26th
Sept 3rd – 9th
6 rounds will count towards your total Gross & Net qualifying scores.
Net scores for qualifying and club championship will be based on Golf Canada Handicap network software system HDCP at the time of your qualifying round. To be considered for qualifying golfers MUST maintain their handicap with this software system.
**Club Championship rounds are mandatory to count toward your totals, leaving your best 4 qualifying scores to count toward your qualifying total score. If you cannot play in the Club Championship, an alternate weekend (August 11th & 12th) of back to back rounds will be used under the same rules of play.
A maximum of 1 qualifying score may be submitted for each qualifying week window. Prior to teeing off you must declare with the Proshop staff your intention to use that game as your qualifying score for that qualifying week.
Teams will be finalized by September 12th and all players including captain’s picks notified and confirmed.
Sat, Sept 29th, 7:30am (approx.) Tee Times @ Quarry Oaks: Foursomes (Alternate Shot)
“Foursome” play is a match where two golfers compete on a team against two other golfers and each side plays one ball. The golfers play alternate shots (player A hits tee shot, player B hits second shot, etc.) until the hole is played out. Team members alternate playing the tee shots, with one golfer hitting the tee shot on odd-numbered holes, and the other hitting the tee shot from the even-numbered holes. The team with the better score wins the hole. Should the two teams tie for best score, the hole is halved.
Sat, Sept 29th 1:30pm (approx) Tee Times @ Steinbach Fly-In: Better Ball (Four Ball)
“Better ball” is a name for a golf competition format in which two golfers play as a team, but each playing his or her own ball throughout. On each hole, the two golfers on a team compare scores. The lower of the two scores – the better ball – counts as the team’s score. The team with the better score wins the hole. Should the two teams tie for best score, the hole is halved.
Sunday, Sept 30th 11:00am (approx) Tee Times @ Steinbach Fly-In: Singles Match Play
Players compete to win individual holes, with the side winning the most holes claiming victory in the match. The player with the better score wins the hole. Should the two players tie for best score, the hole is halved.
Ties (aka halves) and are not played off (each side scores a half-point for their team)
Dinner will follow the completion of play at Quarry Oaks Golf Course and the Winning Team presented the Steiner Cup.