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Welcome to CTGA

Central Texas Golf Association (CTGA) is a non-profit, member-supported organization open to all male and female amateur golfers. We welcome you to the best golf league with the best tournament schedule in the greater Austin, Texas area. Interested in learning more about CTGA and how to join? See our Prospective CTGA Member page for more information.
 

CTGA Tournament Guidelines

The CTGA Board of Directors is committed to providing a golf schedule and tournament environment that appeals to all its Members. The numbers of tournaments and the variety of courses and tournament formats have been scheduled based on inputs from Members and history of past participation.

To run our tournaments effectively, we ask for player cooperation as follows:

  • That all Members and their invited Guests represent CTGA with the highest respect and dignity. Proper conduct at and on the course is important to us.
  • Our goal at each tournament is for all players to enjoy golf, the group we're playing with, the golf course, and the tournament format.
  • CTGA plays to USGA Rules of Golf. Any CTGA specific rule exceptions and/or course local Rules will be defined to all Members and invited Guests. It's the responsibility of all Members to know and apply CTGA Rules of Play at all tournaments and ensure that their invited Guests comply with same.
  • The golf courses we play have differing dress codes. Some are liberal while others have defined dress requirements. To be consistent and avoid non-compliance of dress codes at any course, CTGA recommends that all Members dress consistent with upscale courses at all CTGA tournaments. CTGA also recommends that all players use soft spike shoes only.
  • Slow Play affects all golfers. CTGA Pace of Play goal is designed to help minimize "Undue Slow Play," and all CTGA Members and their invited Guests are challenged to comply with this goal.
  • All courses require leagues to commit to the number of players 5 to 10 days prior to the event. CTGA is committed to complying with these requirements and have "Signup Entry Deadlines" identified for each tournament.

Again, CTGA is a golf league that strives to make every tournament an exciting and fun event.

SEE YOU ON THE FIRST TEE……………

Delaware Springs Tournament Specifics

Delaware Springs pairings are now available.

All players should be at the course, signed in and ready no later than 7:30 as we’ll be going to our starting holes at 7:50.

 

Steve Barnes, Scott Preece and John Vayo will be the Directors in charge of this event, assisted by Eddie Nunez.  Please direct tournament day questions or concerns to them. 

 

FORMAT:  Medal Play

 

Shotgun Start:  8:00

 

TRASH FLIGHT CARRY-OVER:  We have a Carry-over in in the 2nd Deuce Flight.  Please see the attached 2nd Deuce Flight Carry-over sheet.

 

TEES TO PLAY:  See Pairing Sheet

 

CLOSE TO PIN HOLES:  1st Trash Flight - #5 & #16;    2nd Trash Flight - #7 & #13

 

CTGA CHALLENGE HOLES:  #8 and #11.

 

REMINDER #1:  Unless otherwise marked as Out of Bounds on the course or posted in the scorecard, all major ungroomed areas outside the 2nd cut of fairway will be played as a Penalty Area.

 

REMINDER #2:  Search time for lost balls is limited to 3 minutes.  PLEASE COMPLY with this new USGA Rule.

 

Delaware Springs has no specific dress code.  However, CTGA requests that all players dress consistent with Country Club attire.  They are a Soft Spike facility.

 

SATURDAY WEATHER FORECAST:   The makings of another great day for CTGA golf.  If, however, the weather turn bad, call Eddie after 6:30 on Saturday morning (512-797-0566) as he’ll be in touch with the course by then.

 

DIRECTIONS TO DELAWARE SPRINGS

Google for specific directions.  Delaware Springs address is…

600 Delaware Springs Blvd, Burnet, TX.

 

Allow about 1:20 drive time from center of Austin to Delaware Springs, so make sure you leave early enough to get there on time.

Roy Kizer Tournament Specifics

Roy Kizer pairings are now available.

  • Reminder #1.  Due to the Morris Williams change of schedule to aerate and sand their greens on April 15, we were able to move our event on that day to Roy Kizer.  Greens at Roy Kizer are as good as any in the Austin area.
  • Reminder #2:  We are setting up Roy Kizer for men to play at Blue Tees (1st & 2nd Flights and White Tees (3rd & 4th Flights) and ladies at Green Tees in anticipation of winds being stronger than normal at this time of year.  The Tees will be set to a fair but challenging length.
  • Reminder #3:  Our April 27 event has been scheduled at Delaware Springs with an 8:00 Shotgun start.
  • Reminder #4:  We are now following the new 2019 USGA Rules of Golf Rules of Play, including the changes from 2018.  Make sure you are aware of the changes and abide by these new Rules

 

ROY KIZER TOURNAMENT SPECIFICS

                 

Make sure you know your…..

  • Scheduled Start Time
  • Assigned Tees to Play
  • CTGA Conditions of Competition

 

All players should be at the course, signed in and ready to play at least 30 minutes prior to your scheduled start time.

 

Steve Barnes, Scott Preece and John Vayo will be the Directors in charge of this event, assisted by Eddie Nunez.  Please direct tournament day questions or concerns to them. 

 

FORMAT:  Medal Play (changed from Modified Stableford)

 

1st Tee Time:  10:33

 

TRASH FLIGHT CARRY-OVER:  No Carry-over in either Trash Flight this event.

 

TEES TO PLAY:  See Pairing Sheet

 

CLOSE TO PIN HOLES:  1st Trash Flight - #4 & #13;    2nd Trash Flight - #8 & #15

 

CTGA CHALLENGE HOLES:  #9 and #17.

 

REMINDER #1:  Unless otherwise marked as Out of Bounds on the course or posted in the scorecard, all major ungroomed areas outside the 2nd cut of fairway will be played as a Penalty Area.

 

REMINDER #2:  Search time for lost balls is limited to 3 minutes.  PLEASE COMPLY with this new USGA Rule.

 

Roy Kizer has no specific dress code.  However, CTGA requests that all players dress consistent with Country Club attire.  They are a Soft Spike facility.

 

SATURDAY WEATHER FORECAST:   Not wanting to jinx our event, I reluctantly show that the weather for CTGA golf on Saturday should be great.  If, however, the weather turn bad, call Eddie after 9:00 on Saturday morning (512-797-0566) as he’ll be in touch with the course by then.

Forest Creek Tournament Specifics

Forest Creek pairings are now available.

  • Kissing Tree is no longer on our schedule.  At this time they have lost most of their greens and are struggling to keep 9 holes open for their members.  We’ve finally filled the 4 open spots on our schedule and I will be sending the new Schedule out later this week.
  • Remember, we are now using the new 2019 USGA Rules of Golf changes.  Please make sure you abide by these new rules…..see attached.

 

 

FOREST CREEK TOURNAMENT SPECIFICS

                 

Make sure you know your…..

  • Starting Hole (to be assigned at course on Thursday)
  • Assigned Tees to Play
  • CTGA Conditions of Competition

 

All players should be at the course, signed in and ready to play no later than 12:30 as we’ll be going to our starting holes at 12:50.

 

Steve Barnes, Scott Preece and John Vayo will be the Directors in charge of this event, assisted by Eddie Nunez.  Please direct tournament day questions or concerns to them. 

 

FORMAT:  Medal Play

 

SHOTGUN START:  1:00

 

TRASH FLIGHT CARRY-OVER:  No Carry-over in either Trash Flight this event.

 

TEES TO PLAY:  See Pairing Sheet

 

CLOSE TO PIN HOLES:  1st Trash Flight - #8 & #14;    2nd Trash Flight - #6 & #17

 

CTGA CHALLENGE HOLES:  #2 and #18.

 

REMINDER #1:  Unless otherwise marked as Out of Bounds on the course or posted in the scorecard, all major ungroomed areas outside the 2nd cut of fairway will be played as a Penalty Area.

 

REMINDER #2:  Search time for lost balls is limited to 3 minutes.  PLEASE COMPLY with this new USGA Rule.

 

Forest Creek dress code is consistent with upscale country club code.  Please dress consistent with Country Club attire.  They are a Soft Spike facility.

 

THURSDAY WEATHER FORECAST:   With “tongue in cheek”, we’re looking at great weather for CTGA golf on Thursday.  If, however, the weather turn bad, call Eddie after 11:30 Thursday morning (512-797-0566) as he’ll be in touch with the course by then.

Legacy Hills Tournament Specifics

Legacy Hills pairings are now available.

Make sure you know your…..

·         Starting Hole (to be assigned at course on Saturday)

·         Assigned Tees to Play

·         CTGA Conditions of Competition

 

All players should be at the course, signed in and ready to play no later than 7:30 as we’ll be going to our starting holes at 7:50.

 

Steve Barnes, Scott Preece and John Vayo will be the Directors in charge of this event, assisted by Eddie Nunez.  Please direct tournament day questions or concerns to them. 

 

FORMAT:  Medal Play

 

SHOTGUN START:  8:00

 

TRASH FLIGHT CARRY-OVER:  No Carry-over in either Trash Flight this event.

 

TEES TO PLAY:  See Pairing Sheet

 

CLOSE TO PIN HOLES:  1st Trash Flight - #8 & #16;    2nd Trash Flight - #4 & #12

 

CTGA CHALLENGE HOLES:  #5 and #18.

 

REMINDER:  Legacy Hills expectation is for CTGA to complete our play no later than 12:30 as they have their Member Shotgun starting at 1:00. Please monitor your play time by staying within a reasonable and acceptable distance behind the foursome in front.

 

Legacy Hills dress code is consistent with upscale country club code.  Please dress consistent with Country Club attire.  They are a Soft Spike facility.

 

SATURDAY WEATHER FORECAST:   NO COMMENT AT THIS TIME.  If the weather turn bad, call Eddie after 6:30 Saturday morning (512-797-0566) as he’ll be in touch with the course by then.

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