|Four-Person Team ``Step Aside/Florida`` Scramble or – On each hole, all members of the team may hit a tee shot from their designated tee. The team then selects one of the tee shots and marks the spot from which to play. The player whose shot is selected WILL NOT play the next shot (Step Aside). On each stroke (except for the tee shot, which all four golfers play) one team member is always stepping aside. This procedure is repeated until the ball is holed.|
|Teams may be made up of any four CDGA members at least 21 years of age – Men and Women with a valid USGA Handicap Index® are welcome to participate. There are no handicap minimum or maximum limits for any player in the group.|
|Limited to 24 teams per qualifier. Registration fee is $400 per team. You may register for as many Four-Person Scramble Qualifier events as you wish.|
|The number of teams entered at each qualifier will determine both the number of flights (maximum of three) and the number of teams advancing to the Championship. The top gross and top net team from each flight at the qualifier will become eligible for the Championship.|
|All Qualifiers will be run as a shotgun or tee-times depending on the size of the field. All start times will be emailed to the field 7-10 days prior to the qualifier.|
|Stay & Play trips to French Lick Resort in French Lick Ind., will be awarded at the Championship on Sept.18 to the top-two Gross and Net teams in each flight. The Championship will have 3 flights. |
Prizes and giveaways will also be awarded throughout the year at both Qualifiers and the Championship from the CDGA, Jersey Mike`s, Tour Edge and Zero Friction.
|In the event of a tie for the Championship or qualifying place, under Committee Procedures 5A(6) matching scorecards, the Committee will use the USGA recommendation for breaking ties. The definition of the term ``last nine holes`` will be holes 10-18.|
|Must be 21 years of age to participate.|
|The top Gross and Net team from each flight at the qualifier will become eligible for the Championship.|
A team`s total index will be used to establish a team course handicap based on the recommended USGA handicap formula specific for scramble play. An individual player`s index is based off the USGA Handicap Index effective seven days prior to the event and will be capped at a Course Handicap of 40.
o 25% A Player (Lowest Handicap)
o 20% B Player (2nd Lowest Handicap)
o 15% C Player (3rd Lowest Handicap)
o 10% D Player (4th Lowest Handicap)