To the  Barefoot Bay Men's Golf Association

for 2022


Updated 11/29, Schedule Updated 11/23

Member's Credits closed out 4/28

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Welcome to our newest members..

Dan Gilbert

Paul Levesque

Bill Jackson

Brad Jackson

Jas Sellers

Phil McKusick

Don Piche

John Coates

If I missed anyone, please email me and let me know.

Click Santa for
the 2022 Christmas
Party Menu.

Christmas party 12/17 @ 5:00 pm
Sign up in the Pro Shop at the member's corner. Pick a table and drop an envelope. You must have 12 games played this year to get a free entry

See Santa above for the Menu.

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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President's Corner 


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. ”

Question of the moment:

Q. If I am "out of the hole" in a team game and pick up, what score do I record?


Rule 3.3 Interpretations:
3.3/1 – Clarification of the Meaning of Most Likely Score for Handicap Posting and When It Should Be Used
A most likely score is used to record a player’s probable score on a hole, when
the hole has been started but the player did not hole out their ball. It should be a reasonable assessment of the number of strokes needed to complete the hole.
For example, in a Four-Ball match-play competition, a player’s partner holes their ball from off the putting green for three. The player’s ball lies 15 feet away from the hole in four strokes and the score for the side cannot be improved. To save time, the player may pick up and record a most likely score for
handicap purposes.
Based on the most likely score guidelines, the player would record a score of six
or seven for handicap purposes (four strokes taken plus two or three additional