Men's League TEE assignments are determined by your Handicap Index. Updated 1/1/2020 to align to the World handicapping System.
Updated 4/10/2022 to align with the updated course rating.
Simple: If your GHIN Index is 18.9 or less you play from the Blue Tees. This may be adjusted to even the Flights out. If you are in Flight 1 you will be playing from the Blue Tees. This may be adjusted to even the Flights out.
Flights 2 & 3 you play from the White Tees. This may be adjusted to even the Flights out.
Flight 3 with an index of 35.8 and up you play from the Green Tees
Use your Handicap Index and fill in 59.1 for the Course Rating
and 104 for the Slope. This is your Blue Tee handicap.
For White Tees use 58.5 for the Course Rating and a slope of 100.
For Green use 57.8 for the Course Rating and a slope of 97.
You will have to click on a tournament then your name when you are redirected to the portal.
If you are over 80 years old or have a health problem, you may use the tee of your choice, but once chosen you have to live with it for 6 months. Also you will be given the handicap appropriate at that tee box according to the World Handicapping system.
If you have an index of less than 23.0 you may request to always play from the Blue tees even if you are in Flight 2. If you do, you have to live with it for 6 months.
FLIGHTS: The Golf Genius program groups players into flights by index. Then converted to handicap according to tee assignment.
For the majority of the season..
Flights are as follow (may be adjusted prior to game):
Flight 1: index 0 to index 18.9
Handicap 0 thru 15
Flight 2: index 19.0 to index 24.8
Handicap 15 (16) thru 20
Flight 3: index 24.9 to index 35.0
Handicap 20 thru 29
index 35.1 thru index 50.0
Handicaps 27 and up Green
MAX HANDICAP for Barefoot Bay Golf Course is 34 per Ernie Cruz