The object of the Association shall be the promotion of good golf; to conduct various golf tournaments for its members; to promote good fellowship, sportsmanship and the accurate handicapping of all members.
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Welcome to our newest members..
Simon Mac Donald
If I missed anyone, please email me and let me know.
updated 2/25 WELCOME!
To the Barefoot Bay Men's Golf Association
The Pro Shop is open for up to 10 people at a time. You can now use our drop safe for payments only. Envelopes are provided. Please use the proper envelope and fill out all lines.
You MUST sign up for the games ONLINE. Envelopes cannot be used for a game sign-up. The envelopes are for payments only.
Invitations for all games will be emailed on Wednesdays after 7 am. If you can't find yours, look in your SPAM Folder.
You may also manually sign up after 7:30.
Use the Member's Section > Sign Up
in the drop down menu above.
Sign Ins are only accepted until 12 noon the Saturday before the game. If you accept after 12 noon you will be put on the wait list.
NOTE: Your $25.00 yearly Membership Fee is due January 1st or before your first round with the league thereafter. Dues envelopes are available at the Drop Box. Also your $20.00 Handicap fees must be paid with the Pro Shop. You Must have a GHIN Handicap number and an Email address to play.
Please login to the Golf Genius Portal
Go to "Sign In" at the upper right corner of the portal and sign in. Then go to the menu item "Tee Sheets" choose "Golfer Profile", click "Edit" at the bottom of that page. Update what you can. We need your address.
use this button to get to the Portal...
Please use social distancing. Use hand sanitizer and stay safe.
Spirit of the Game
In the etiquette section of the rules it is stated;
“Golf is played, for the most part, without the supervision of a referee or an umpire. The game relies on the integrity of the individual to show consideration for other players and to abide by the Rules. All players should conduct themselves in a disciplined manner, demonstrating courtesy and sportsmanship at all times, irrespective of how competitive they may be. This is the spirit of the game of golf. ”