Fight Slow Play! Click here for tips on speeding up play.

2017 GOFF Club Tournament Schedule

Click on the link for each tournament listed below for more information about entering, directions, sign up status, pairings and results.
You can submit your entry for a tournament from a link on each tournament info page and you may sign up for tournaments as early as you'd like. Space is limited and your entry is not valid until your check for the tournament fee is received. When the entry deadline arrives, all entries with checks received will receive priority with members receiving priority before guests. Guest entries with checks received before the deadline will receive priority before members who have not submitted checks. Checks in hand "rule"!

See Tournament Sign Up Policies on the News page.

Make checks payable to GOFF Club and mail to the club address on the home page.
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Date Time Location Fee Entry Deadline Carts Incl.
January 28, 2017 10:00 AM Laguna Seca $68.00 January 20, 2017 Optional
February 25, 2017 10:10 AM Carmel Valley Ranch $90.00 February 17, 2017 Yes
March 25, 2017 11:50 AM Del Monte $90.00 March 16, 2016 Yes
April 15, 2017 1:00 PM The Villages $80.00 April 7, 2017 Yes
May 27, 2017 10:30 AM Poppy Ridge $87.00 May 14, 2017 Yes
June 24, 2017 10:00 AM Moffet Field $76.00 June 16, 2017 Yes
July 29, 2017 12:30 PM Poppy Hills $130.00 July 13, 2017 Yes
August 19, 2017 11:00 AM San Juan Oaks $80.00 August 10, 2017 Yes
September TBD
October 7&8, 2017 9:00 AM Bayonet / Black Horse Club Championship** $230.00 September 21, 2017 Yes
November TBD
December TBD
** Club Championship (must play in 2 tournaments prior to the championship to be eligible)
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Fighting Slow Play

Slow play is a frustrating problem in golf but particularly so in tournaments and we want to minimize the amount of slow play during our events. If your group falls behind (loses sight) of the group in front of you, you have an obligation to speed up your play to catch up. Slow play is not necessarily related to playing skill. Low handicap players are often just as guilty of slow play as high handicap players. Playing ready and efficient golf can greatly speed up play. Below are some tips on playing faster. We want to encourage everyone to be considerate of the golfers behind you at all times and help reduce slow play.

Tee to green

On and around the green

Remember that there are players behind you. If you are falling behind, please do what you need to do to catch up. We would like to avoid the need to assess penalties for excessive and chronic slow play.
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