Texas Stableford Handicap

Riverhill Country Club
November 11-13


TOURNAMENT INFORMATION

General Information

Date: November 11 – 13, 2022
Host Club: Riverhill Country Club
Address: 100 Riverhill Club Ln, Kerrville, TX 78028
Phone: (830) 896-1400
TGA Staff Contact: Tournament Director, Read Langhenry

Entry & Eligibility Information

Entries Open: September 14, 2022 @ 9:00 a.m.
Entries Close: November 2, 2022 @ 5:00 p.m.

Entry Fee: $700 per team

Eligibility: Entries are open to male amateur golfers who reside in the state of Texas age 21 or older as of the first round of tournament play, with a WHS Handicap Index of 20.0 or less. Please reference TGA Policies and Procedures for further details, including Policies and Procedures, and Terms of Competition.

Entry Procedure: The field will be established in the order in which entries are received. After the close of entries, teams that withdraw will be filled based on the wait list. For additional information regarding the wait list and when the number of applicants exceeds the field capacity, please refer to the TGA Policies and Procedures.

The TGA reserves the right to select players to be in the field.

Championship Information

Format/Field Size: The field will be limited to 56 teams. Play will be contested over 54 holes of modified Stableford scoring with 18 holes per day. Teams will be pre-flighted based on the two players’ combined LHI “Low Handicap Index.” Handicap indexes used for all championship rounds will come from each player’s LHI from January 1, 2022 (first day of World Handicap System) to November 2, 2021 (close of entries). Each player’s playing handicap will then be calculated after taking 90% of their Low Handicap Index. See the “Scoring” section below for more information on the calculation of Team Quota’s.

Tees/Yardages: There will be three separate tees used for the Championship. See below for handicap adjustment explanation. Players will be assigned to the corresponding tee/yardage based on their age as of the first round of the championship.

  • Players 54 years of age and younger will play approx. 6,400 – 6,500 yards (Open tees);
  • Players 55 to 64 years of age will play approx. 6,100 – 6,200 yards (Senior tees);
  • Players 65 years of age and older will play approx. 5,900 – 6,000 yards (Super Senior tees).

Note: Partners do not have to play from the same tee/yardage. Official yardage will be determined and announced at on-site registration. Players do not have the option of playing form a different tee/yardage.

Scoring: Total plus or fewest minus points for 54 holes will be used to determine final standings in each flight. The overall champions will be the team with the most points or fewest minus points, regardless of flight. Team Quotas are based on the Stableford system below:

Points: Double Bogey or higher = 0 points; Bogey = 1 point; Par = 2 points; Birdie = 4 points; Eagle = 6 points; Double Eagle = 8 points.

Day 1 team Quota = 72 points, less the sum of 90% of each players course handicap.

Day 2 & 3 Quotas = Prior day’s quota adjusted by 50% of the previous days excess or deficit.

Handicap Adjustments: Each team will have a pre-assigned quota based on the Stableford scoring system as shown above. The first round quota is 72 points, less 90% of the sum of each player’s course handicap. Example – Player A has a course handicap of 14 x .90 = 12.6/13. Player B has a course handicap or 10 x .90 = 9.
The combined team handicap index is 22 (13+9). The team quota is 72-22 = 50. The quota will be adjusted by 1/2 of the excess or deficit at the completion of each round for the next day’s quota. Example – If Player A and Player B recorded 46 points in Round 1, their new Team Quota for Round 2 will be 48 [(46-50)/2]. Since they failed to reach their quota, their new quota will be deducted from Round 1’s Quota.

Note: Exact course rating and yardages will be determined prior to the first tournament round. Course ratings listed above are for example purposes only. More information will be provided during on-site registration.

What’s Included: The entry fee includes greens, cart, and range fees for the practice round and all championship rounds. The entry fee also includes a championship gift and food/beverage after the completion of each round.

Hotel: TGA Membership Partner, Affinity Travel Benefits, provides TGA Members with exclusive pricing on hotels for TGA competitions, personal travel and more. Players and their families may utilize the player’s GHIN Number to create and activate their account, gaining access to a wide variety of properties. Please click here for more information and to access discounted hotel rates exclusive to TGA Members.

Practice Round Information: Each player is allowed on (1) complimentary practice round on Thursday, November 10 only. Players must contact the host club golf shop to schedule a practice round tee time.

Registration Information: There will be no Player Registration. All players will received their tee gift on their carts in the morning of the Round 1.

Starting Times/Pairings Information: Starting times/pairings for the first and second rounds will be made no later than Tuesday, November 7 online at www.txga.org. Final round starting times/pairings will be available in the evening preceding play (approximately one hour after the completion of play) online at www.txga.org. Final round starting times/pairings will be re-drawn based on total score following the previous rounds of play.

Policies & Procedures

To ensure that competitors have the best possible experience when competing in the championship, it is helpful to be knowledgeable of Texas Golf Association (TGA) Policies and Procedures, Terms of Competition and Local Rules (Hard Card), as established by the association. For more information, please click here. For information specific to the Terms of Competition applicable to this championship, please see below:

Caddies: Caddies are permitted during the championship. Players are responsible for supplying their own caddie for the competition. Caddies must abide by the host facility dress code.

TGA Cart Policy: Information regarding the use and availability of transportation varies between TGA Championships – refer to Tournament Information for the championship in question. Please be advised that in championships where carts are provided, players are encouraged to utilize motorized transportation. In doing so, carts will be limited to two (2) carts per group.

‘One-Seat’ Policy: The “one-seat” policy allows either the player or the player’s caddie to ride in or move a golf cart, but not at the same time. The player and the player’s caddie are not allowed to ride in the same or separate carts at the same time.

The player can ride in or move a golf cart with another player in it, so long as the player’s caddie is not riding in another cart at that time.

The player can ride in or move a golf cart with another player’s caddie in it, so long as the player whose caddie is in the cart is not riding in another cart at the same time. As a reminder, players are responsible for the actions of their caddie.

Continued intentional disregard for the policy may result in disqualification following adequate warnings:

  • First breach: Verbal reminder from the Committee
  • Second breach: Stern reminder from the Committee
  • Third breach: Possible disqualification from the Committee

TGA Medical Cart Request Policy

Spectators carts are prohibited. However, spectators in accordance of ADA compliance may request golf carts. Requests for golf carts must be supported by complete documentation, including the fully-completed Cart Request Form and the required accompanying medical documentation specified in that form for all first-time requests. Any medical cart request that is granted by the TGA will be good for that individual for the remainder of that calendar season. A request will not be deemed complete until all required information and documentation has been provided. For further information and details contact Director of Competitions – South Texas, John Cochran IV, [email protected].

Score Posting: At the conclusion of each round, each player’s score will be automatically posted as a “C” or Competition scores to the World Handicap System. Players are encouraged to pick up if their score will not count for the hole, however the player is still required to record the most likely score had the player completed the hole, which must not exceed Net Double Bogey. Please do not enter your own scores from the competitive rounds, as this will result in a double post.

Schedule of Events

All events will take place at Riverhill Country Club, unless otherwise noted. Championship schedule is subject to changes and additions.

Thursday, November 10
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM – Practice Rounds

Friday, November 11
7:00 AM – Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM – Round 1 Begins (#1 & #10 tees)

Saturday, November 12
7:00 AM – Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM – Round 2 Begins (#1 & #10 tees)

Sunday, November 13
7:00 AM – Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM – Final Round Begins (#1 & #10 tees)
After Play – Awards Presentation




Texas Stableford Handicap

Riverhill Country Club
November 12-14


News



Texas Stableford Handicap Set for Nov. 12-14

The 45th Texas Stableford Handicap Championship will be played Nov. 12-14 at Riverhill Country Club in Kerrville.

Designed by Texas Golf Hall of Famers Joe Finger and Byron Nelson, who is also a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, Riverhill Country Club opened for play in 1974. Sited on a bluff overlooking the Guadalupe River, the 7,137-yard, par-72 course features tree-lined fairways, natural water features and dramatic elevation changes which provide sweeping views of the beautiful Texas Hill Country.

“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to return to Riverhill Country Club for one of our most exciting and fun events,” said Andrea Daly, TGA Tournament Director. “The club has been an incredible advocate for amateur golf through the years, and we are grateful to be back at this wonderful facility for what is sure to be another memorable championship experience.”

The Texas Stableford is a 54-hole team quota point handicap competition utilizing the Modified Stableford scoring format whereby points are awarded as follows: 8 for a double eagle, 6 for an eagle, 4 for a birdie, 2 for par, 1 for bogey and 0 for double bogey or higher.

Teams in the starting field are pre-assigned to one of four flights based on combined Low Handicap Indexes over a 11-month period ending on Nov. 3.

Each team has a preset daily quota point goal derived from a percentage of the sum of the player’s course handicap. The team quota is adjusted by one-half of the excess or deficit at the completion of each round to determine the next day’s point goal. The total number of points accrued for 54 holes will be used to determine final standings in each flight. The overall winner will be the team with the most plus (or fewest minus) points, regardless of flight.

At last year’s championship held at Riverhill Country Club, Kurt Cunov of Shavano Park and John Lamey of San Antonio accumulated 15.5 points more than their team quota over three days for an impressive wire-to-wire victory. The duo was the only team to end the championship in positive territory.

Once the action gets underway from the 45th Texas Stableford Handicap at Riverhill, log on to txga.org for starting times, live scoring updates and daily recaps.


Texas Stableford Handicap

Riverhill Country Club
November 12-14



Texas Stableford Handicap

Riverhill Country Club
November 12-14


TOURNAMENT INFORMATION

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General Information

Date: November 12 – 14, 2021
Host Club: Riverhill Country Club
Address: 100 Riverhill Club Ln, Kerrville, TX 78028
Phone: (830) 896-1400
TGA Staff Contact: Tournament Manager, Andrea Daly

Entry & Eligibility Information

Entries Open: September 15, 2021 @ 9:00 a.m.
Entries Close: November 3, 2021 @ 5:00 p.m.

Entry Fee: $700 per team

Eligibility: Entries are open to male amateur golfers who reside in the state of Texas age 21 or older as of the first round of tournament play, with a WHS Handicap Index of 20.0 or less. Please reference TGA Policies and Procedures for further details, including Policies and Procedures, and Terms of Competition.

Entry Procedure: The field will be established in the order in which entries are received. After the close of entries, teams that withdraw will be filled based on the wait list. For additional information regarding the wait list and when the number of applicants exceeds the field capacity, please refer to the TGA Policies and Procedures.

The TGA reserves the right to select players to be in the field.

Championship Information

Format/Field Size: The field will be limited to 56 teams. Play will be contested over 54 holes of modified Stableford scoring with 18 holes per day. Teams will be pre-flighted based on the two players’ combined LHI “Low Handicap Index.” Handicap indexes used for all championship rounds will come from each player’s LHI from January 1, 2021 (first day of World Handicap System) to November 3, 2021 (close of entries). Each player’s playing handicap will then be calculated after taking 90% of their Low Handicap Index. See the “Scoring” section below for more information on the calculation of Team Quota’s.

Tees/Yardages: There will be three separate tees used for the Championship. See below for handicap adjustment explanation. Players will be assigned to the corresponding tee/yardage based on their age as of the first round of the championship.

  • Players 54 years of age and younger will play approx. 6,400 – 6,500 yards (Open tees);
  • Players 55 to 64 years of age will play approx. 6,100 – 6,200 yards (Senior tees);
  • Players 65 years of age and older will play approx. 5,900 – 6,000 yards (Super Senior tees).

Note: Partners do not have to play from the same tee/yardage. Official yardage will be determined and announced at on-site registration. Players do not have the option of playing form a different tee/yardage.

Scoring: Total plus or fewest minus points for 54 holes will be used to determine final standings in each flight. The overall champions will be the team with the most points or fewest minus points, regardless of flight. Team Quotas are based on the Stableford system below:

Points: Double Bogey or higher = 0 points; Bogey = 1 point; Par = 2 points; Birdie = 4 points; Eagle = 6 points; Double Eagle = 8 points.

Day 1 team Quota = 72 points, less the sum of 90% of each players course handicap.

Day 2 & 3 Quotas = Prior day’s quota adjusted by 50% of the previous days excess or deficit.

Handicap Adjustments: Each team will have a pre-assigned quota based on the Stableford scoring system as shown above. The first round quota is 72 points, less 90% of the sum of each player’s course handicap. Example – Player A has a course handicap of 14 x .90 = 12.6/13. Player B has a course handicap or 10 x .90 = 9.
The combined team handicap index is 22 (13+9). The team quota is 72-22 = 50. The quota will be adjusted by 1/2 of the excess or deficit at the completion of each round for the next day’s quota. Example – If Player A and Player B recorded 46 points in Round 1, their new Team Quota for Round 2 will be 48 [(46-50)/2]. Since they failed to reach their quota, their new quota will be deducted from Round 1’s Quota.

Note: Exact course rating and yardages will be determined prior to the first tournament round. Course ratings listed above are for example purposes only. More information will be provided during on-site registration.

What’s Included: The entry fee includes greens, cart, and range fees for the practice round and all championship rounds. The entry fee also includes a championship gift and food/beverage after the completion of each round.

Hotel: TGA Membership Partner, Affinity Travel Benefits, provides TGA Members with exclusive pricing on hotels for TGA competitions, personal travel and more. Players and their families may utilize the player’s GHIN Number to create and activate their account, gaining access to a wide variety of properties. Please click here for more information and to access discounted hotel rates exclusive to TGA Members.

Practice Round Information: Each player is allowed on (1) complimentary practice round on Thursday, November 11 only. Players must contact the host club golf shop to schedule a practice round tee time.

Registration Information: There will be no Player Registration. All players will received their tee gift on their carts in the morning of the Round 1.

Starting Times/Pairings Information: Starting times/pairings for the first and second rounds will be made no later than Tuesday, November 8 online at www.txga.org. Final round starting times/pairings will be available in the evening preceding play (approximately one hour after the completion of play) online at www.txga.org. Final round starting times/pairings will be re-drawn based on total score following the previous rounds of play.

Policies & Procedures

To ensure that competitors have the best possible experience when competing in the championship, it is helpful to be knowledgeable of Texas Golf Association (TGA) Policies and Procedures, Terms of Competition and Local Rules (Hard Card), as established by the association. For more information, please click here. For information specific to the Terms of Competition applicable to this championship, please see below:

Caddies: Caddies are permitted during the championship. Players are responsible for supplying their own caddie for the competition. Caddies must abide by the host facility dress code.

TGA Cart Policy: Information regarding the use and availability of transportation varies between TGA Championships – refer to Tournament Information for the championship in question. Please be advised that in championships where carts are provided, players are encouraged to utilize motorized transportation. In doing so, carts will be limited to two (2) carts per group. New for 2020: While a caddie is not prohibited from riding in the cart, the TGA has adopted a ‘one-seat’ policy as explained below.

‘One-Seat’ Policy: The “one-seat” policy allows either the player or the player’s caddie to ride in or move a golf cart, but not at the same time. The player and the player’s caddie are not allowed to ride in the same or separate carts at the same time.

The player can ride in or move a golf cart with another player in it, so long as the player’s caddie is not riding in another cart at that time.

The player can ride in or move a golf cart with another player’s caddie in it, so long as the player whose caddie is in the cart is not riding in another cart at the same time. As a reminder, players are responsible for the actions of their caddie.

Continued intentional disregard for the policy may result in disqualification following adequate warnings:

  • First breach: Verbal reminder from the Committee
  • Second breach: Stern reminder from the Committee
  • Third breach: Possible disqualification from the Committee

TGA Medical Cart Request Policy

Spectators carts are prohibited. However, spectators in accordance of ADA compliance may request golf carts. Requests for golf carts must be supported by complete documentation, including the fully-completed Cart Request Form and the required accompanying medical documentation specified in that form for all first-time requests. Any medical cart request that is granted by the TGA will be good for that individual for the remainder of that calendar season. A request will not be deemed complete until all required information and documentation has been provided. For further information and details contact Director of Competitions – South Texas, John Cochran IV, [email protected].

Score Posting: At the conclusion of each round, each player’s score will be automatically posted as a “C” or Competition scores to the World Handicap System. Players are encouraged to pick up if their score will not count for the hole, however the player is still required to record the most likely score had the player completed the hole, which must not exceed Net Double Bogey. Please do not enter your own scores from the competitive rounds, as this will result in a double post.

Schedule of Events

All events will take place at Riverhill Country Club, unless otherwise noted. Championship schedule is subject to changes and additions.

Thursday, November 11
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM – Practice Rounds

Friday, November 12
7:00 AM – Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM – Round 1 Begins (#1 & #10 tees)

Saturday, November 13
7:00 AM – Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM – Round 2 Begins (#1 & #10 tees)

Sunday, November 14
7:00 AM – Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM – Final Round Begins (#1 & #10 tees)
After Play – Awards Presentation



News



Lamey and Cunov Go Wire to Wire and Win Texas Stableford Handicap

KERRVILLE – John Lamey of San Antonio and Kurt Cunov of Shavano Park went wire to wire to win the 2020 Texas Stableford Handicap at Riverhill Country Club.  Lamey and Cunov carded 83 points, eight and a half points over their final round quota. The duo finished fifteen and a half over their cumulative total and won by sixteen and a quarter points.

Combined, the duo holed one eagle, 6 birdies and 25 par-saves. In addition to winning the overall title, Lamey and Cunov claimed the Hogan flight title.

Leaderboard (Overall Stableford):

Players City +/- Quota
1 Lamey  /  Cunov San Antonio, Shavano Park 15.5
2 Fountaine  /  Brower Trophy Club, Frisco -0.75
1 Freisleben  /  Schroeder Montgomery, LaPorte -1.5

Final Results

Golf Course: Designed by close friends Joe Finger and Byron Nelson in 1974, Riverhill Country Club’s 18-hole course is a premier location for golf in Texas and the United States.  Based in the heart of Hill Country, the course boasts its rare bent-grass greens and a 7,137 yard, 72-par challenge featuring scenic creeks, hills and a lake throughout the property.  Over time, the course became Nelson’s favorite, where he was quoted saying, “If I had only one golf course to play, it would be Riverhill.”

Weather: Mostly sunny conditions changed to mostly cloudy as the round progressed, high of 76 degrees with a southerly wind that averaged at 9 mph.

In Contention: Jeffery Fountaine of Trophy Club and Randall Brower of Frisco carded an impressive 74 points on the day which was ten and three quarter points over their final round quota. The team surged into second place overall and in the Hogan flight.

In the Nelson flight, Jamey Freisleben of Montgomery and Russell Schroeder of LaPorte carded 69 points, seven and a half over their final round total. Their great play in the final round was good enough for a third place finish overall and a title in the Nelson flight.

In the Crenshaw flight, James Switzer and James Blanton of Fort Worth carded 61 points, twelve over their final round total and secured a victory in the flight.

In the Kite flight, Cody Davis of Kingwood and Jeff Stockman of Houston held on to their overnight flight lead with a final round total of 34 points and two and a quarter points over their final round quota.

More Info: The Texas Golf Association wants to extend our gratitude and appreciation to Riverhill Country Club’s staff and members, along with the volunteers, for their part in making the Texas Stableford Handicap a successful and memorable event.  For more information on the Texas Stableford Handicap, click here.

Hogan Flight
Pos. Team City Total +/- Quota
1 Lamey  /  Cunov San Antonio, Shavano Park 15.5
2 Fountaine  /  Brower Trophy Club, Frisco -0.75
3 Jones  /  Groves Odessa -1.75
4 Johnston  /  Leasley North Richland Hills -7
5 Fallon  /  Nix Flower Mound, Argyle -9.5
6 Morgan  /  Ferguson Katy -11.75
7 Egerton  /  Loyd Dallas -14.75
8 Goodlett  /  Evans Austin -18.75
9 Jones  /  Davis Fredericksburg -19.5
10 Cole  /  Sanchez Aledo, Odessa -24.5
11 Wiley  /  Wyss Aledo -31.25
Nelson Flight
Pos. Team City Total +/- Quota
1 Freisleben  /  Schroeder Montgomery, LaPorte -1.5
2 Rowe  /  Mattingley Argyle, Flower Mound -2.75
3 Alford / Alford Houston, Kerrville -8.5
4 Bruchmiller  /  Bruchmiller Marble Falls, San Antonio -18.25
5 Brooks  /  Pearson Stephenville, Eastland -18.5
6 Hoerster  /  Hansen Fredericksburg, Irving -19.5
7 Wall  /  Bland Richmond, Katy -22
8 Key  /  Key Baytown, Crosby -22.25
9 Hall  /  Loftin Katy -25.25
10 Hogan  /  Casey Mansfield, Duncanville -36.75
11 Thomas  /  Whipple Amarillo -41.75
Crenshaw Flight
Pos. Team City Total +/- Quota
1 Switzer  /  Blanton Fort Worth -2
2 Keeney  /  Gann Mansfield -8.75
3 Kurz  /  Sooy Houston -10.25
4 Stucks  /  Wilson Burleson, Arlington -14
5 Moore  /  Mowles Fort Worth -15.25
6 Mowles  /  Fitzgerald Midland, Fair Oaks Ranch -19.5
7 Bergen  /  Wilkerson Frisco, Mansfield -22
8 Culberson  /  Weathersby Victoria, Montgomery -22.25
9 Taylor  /  Taylor Georgetown, Beaumont -23.75
10 Donley  /  Seyffert Houston -24
11 Rhodes  /  Wernli Killeen, Leander -30.5
Kite Flight
Pos. Team City Total +/- Quota
1 Davis  /  Stockman Kingwood, Houston -8.25
2 Davidson  /  Hill Houston -15.25
3 Taylor  /  Standley Keller, New Braunfels -21.5
4 Williford  /  Williford Mansfield -22.75
5 Tutor  /  Rankey Mansfield, Fort Worth -23
6 Keeney  /  Keeney Keller, Granbury -25.25
7 Garner  /  Garner Burleson, Mansfield -26.75
T8 Henderson  /  Schwarz Cypress, Humble -27
T8 Bosco  /  Yarbrough Copper Canyon, Crowley -27
10 Beeler / Gilmore Cypress, Carrollton -34
11 Jackson  /  Duncan Wichita Falls, Denton -34.25

 

 

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Lamey and Cunov Hold Lead Following Round 2 of Texas Stableford Handicap

KERRVILLE – John Lamey of San Antonio and Kurt Cunov of Shavano Park hold their lead after the second round of play at the 2020 Texas Stableford Handicap at Riverhill Country Club.  Lamey and Cunov carded 74 points, one under their second round quota and a total of seven over their total quota.

Combined, the duo holed 6 birdies and 22 par-saves, placing them at the top of both the overall field and the Hogan flight by five points.

Leaderboard (Overall Stableford):

Players City +/- Quota
1 Lamey  /  Cunov San Antonio, Shavano Park 7
2 Johnston  /  Leasley North Richland Hills 2
3 Goodlett  /  Evans Austin 0.5
4 Moore  /  Mowles Fort Worth -2.5

Second Round Results | Final Round Pairings

Golf Course: Designed by close friends Joe Finger and Byron Nelson in 1974, Riverhill Country Club’s 18-hole course is a premier location for golf in Texas and the United States.  Based in the heart of Hill Country, the course boasts its rare bent-grass greens and a 7,137 yard, 72-par challenge featuring scenic creeks, hills and a lake throughout the property.  Over time, the course became Nelson’s favorite, where he was quoted saying, “If I had only one golf course to play, it would be Riverhill.”

Weather: Sunny, high of 75 degrees with a southerly wind that averaged at 9 mph.

In Contention: Following the leaders are Dee Johnston and Kenneth Leasley of North Richland Hills.  The men carded 81 points, six over their second round quota. The duo now sits at two points above their quota following two rounds of play. They trail the leaders by five points for the overall championship and by the same margin in the Hogan flight.

In the Nelson flight, Zac Hoerster of Fredericksburg and Adam Hansen of Irving sit at five points under their quota and lead by a tight half point margin over the first round flight leaders Trey Rowe and Randy Mattingley.

In the Crenshaw flight, Mark Moore and Michael Mowles of Fort Worth maintained their flight lead and sit at two and a half points under their cumulative quota. They lead by five and a half points thanks to their steady play.

In the Kite flight, Cody Davis of Kingwood and Jeff Stockman of Houston jumped into the lead and sit at ten and a half points under their cumulative quota and hold a three and a half point lead.

What’s Next: Final Round tee times begin Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. off No. 1 & 10 tees at Riverhill Country Club.

More Info: For more information on the Texas Stableford Handicap, click here.

Hogan Flight
Pos. Team City Total +/- Quota Thru Rd. 2
1 Lamey  /  Cunov San Antonio, Shavano Park 7
2 Johnston  /  Leasley North Richland Hills 2
3 Goodlett  /  Evans Austin 0.5
T4 Jones  /  Groves Odessa -3.5
T4 Morgan  /  Ferguson Katy -3.5
6 Jones  /  Davis Fredericksburg -11
7 Fountaine  /  Brower Trophy Club, Frisco -11.5
8 Fallon  /  Nix Flower Mound, Argyle -13
9 Egerton  /  Loyd Dallas -19.5
10 Wiley  /  Wyss Aledo -24.5
11 Cole  /  Sanchez Aledo, Odessa -33
 

Nelson Flight

Pos. Team City Total +/- Quota Thru Rd. 2
1 Hoerster  /  Hansen Fredericksburg, Irving -5
2 Rowe  /  Mattingley Argyle, Flower Mound -5.5
3 Key  /  Key Baytown, Crosby -8.5
4 Freisleben  /  Schroeder Montgomery, LaPorte -9
T5 Brooks  /  Pearson Stephenville, Eastland -13
T5 Alford / Alford Houston, Kerrville -13
7 Wall  /  Bland Richmond, Katy -16
8 Bruchmiller  /  Bruchmiller Marble Falls, San Antonio -16.5
9 Hall  /  Loftin Katy -30.5
10 Thomas  /  Whipple Amarillo -31.5
11 Hogan  /  Casey Mansfield, Duncanville -39.5
 

Crenshaw Flight

Pos. Team City Total +/- Quota Thru Rd. 2
1 Moore  /  Mowles Fort Worth -2.5
2 Stucks  /  Wilson Burleson, Arlington -8
3 Keeney  /  Gann Mansfield -11.5
4 Switzer  /  Blanton Fort Worth -14
5 Taylor  /  Taylor Georgetown, Beaumont -15.5
6 Kurz  /  Sooy Houston -16.5
7 Donley  /  Seyffert Houston -18
8 Culberson  /  Weathersby Victoria, Montgomery -20.5
9 Rhodes  /  Wernli Killeen, Leander -21
10 Mowles  /  Fitzgerald Midland, Fair Oaks Ranch -23
11 Bergen  /  Wilkerson Frisco, Mansfield -24
 

Kite Flight

Pos. Team City Total +/- Quota Thru Rd. 2
1 Davis  /  Stockman Kingwood, Houston -10.5
2 Tutor  /  Rankey Mansfield, Fort Worth -14
3 Williford  /  Williford Mansfield -15.5
4 Bosco  /  Yarbrough Copper Canyon, Crowley -16
5 Davidson  /  Hill Houston -16.5
6 Taylor  /  Standley Keller, New Braunfels -17
7 Henderson  /  Schwarz Cypress, Humble -18
8 Jackson  /  Duncan Wichita Falls, Denton -18.5
9 Keeney  /  Keeney Keller, Granbury -22.5
10 Garner  /  Garner Burleson, Mansfield -29.5
11 Beeler / Gilmore Cypress, Carrollton -30

 

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Lamey and Cunov Lead After Round 1 of Texas Stableford Handicap

KERRVILLE – John Lamey of San Antonio and Kurt Cunov of Shavano Park have the lead after the first round of play at the 2020 Texas Stableford Handicap at Riverhill Country Club.  Lamey and Cunov carded 79 points, eight over their first round quota.

Combined, the duo holed 10 birdies and 15 par-saves, placing them at the top of field, along with the Hogan flight, before Saturday’s second round.

Leaderboard (Overall Stableford):

Players City +/- Quota
1 Lamey  /  Cunov San Antonio, Shavano Park 8
2 Rowe  /  Mattingley Argyle, Flower Mound 5
3 Bosco  /  Yarbrough Copper Canyon, Crowley 0
4 Moore  /  Mowles Fort Worth -1
5 Morgan  /  Ferguson Katy -3

First Round Results | Round 2 Pairings

Golf Course: Designed by close friends Joe Finger and Byron Nelson in 1974, Riverhill Country Club’s 18-hole course is a premier location for golf in Texas and the United States.  Based in the heart of Hill Country, the course boasts its rare bent-grass greens and a 7,137 yard, 72-par challenge featuring scenic creeks, hills and a lake throughout the property.  Over time, the course became Nelson’s favorite, where he was quoted saying, “If I had only one golf course to play, it would be Riverhill.”

Weather: Sunny, high of 79 degrees with a southerly wind that averaged at 12 mph. Gusts reached as high as 20 mph.

In Contention: Following the leaders are Trey Rowe of Argyle and Randy Mattingley of Flower Mound.  The men carded 68 points, five over their first round quota.  Rowe and Mattingley lead the Nelson flight.

In the Kite flight, David Bosco of Cooper Canyon and Travis Yarbough of Crowley finished the round with 49 points and hit their quota on the number.

In the Crenshaw flight, Mark Moore and Michael Mowles of Fort Worth finished the round with 57 points, one point under their first round quota.

What’s Next: Round 2 tee times begin Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. off No. 1 & 10 tees at Riverhill Country Club.

More Info: For more information on the Texas Stableford Handicap, click here.

Hogan Flight
Pos. Team City R1 +/- Quota
1 Lamey  /  Cunov San Antonio, Shavano Park 8
2 Morgan  /  Ferguson Katy -3
3 Johnston  /  Leasley North Richland Hills -4
4 Fountaine  /  Brower Trophy Club, Frisco -5
5 Jones  /  Davis Fredericksburg -6
6 Goodlett  /  Evans Austin -7
7 Fallon  /  Nix Flower Mound, Argyle -8
T8 Wiley  /  Wyss Aledo -11
T8 Jones  /  Groves Odessa -11
10 Egerton  /  Loyd Dallas -19
11 Cole  /  Sanchez Aledo, Odessa -26
Nelson Flight
Pos. Team City R1 +/- Quota
1 Rowe  /  Mattingley Argyle, Flower Mound 5
2 Brooks  /  Pearson Stephenville, Eastland -4
3 Key  /  Key Baytown, Crosby -5
4 Bruchmiller  /  Bruchmiller Marble Falls, San Antonio -7
T5 Hoerster  /  Hansen Fredericksburg, Irving -10
T5 Freisleben  /  Schroeder Montgomery, LaPorte -10
7 Thomas  /  Whipple Amarillo -13
8 Wall  /  Bland Richmond, Katy -14
9 Hall  /  Loftin Katy -15
10 Hogan  /  Casey Mansfield, Duncanville -21
11 Alford / Alford Houston, Kerrville -22
Crenshaw Flight
Pos. Team City R1 +/- Quota
1 Moore  /  Mowles Fort Worth -1
2 Culberson  /  Weathersby Victoria, Montgomery -9
T3 Stucks  /  Wilson Burleson, Arlington -10
T3 Switzer  /  Blanton Fort Worth -10
5 Keeney  /  Gann Mansfield -11
6 Donley  /  Seyffert Houston -12
7 Rhodes  /  Wernli Killeen, Leander -14
T8 Taylor  /  Taylor Georgetown, Beaumont -17
T8 Kurz  /  Sooy Houston -17
T10 Bergen  /  Wilkerson Frisco, Mansfield -18
T10 Mowles  /  Fitzgerald Midland, Fair Oaks Ranch -18
Kite Flight
Pos. Team City R1 +/- Quota
1 Bosco  /  Yarbrough Copper Canyon, Crowley 0
T2 Davis  /  Stockman Kingwood, Houston -7
T2 Keeney  /  Keeney Keller, Granbury -7
T2 Jackson  /  Duncan Wichita Falls, Denton -7
5 Williford  /  Williford Mansfield -9
T6 Henderson  /  Schwarz Cypress, Humble -10
T6 Taylor  /  Standley Keller, New Braunfels -10
8 Garner  /  Garner Burleson, Mansfield -11
9 Tutor  /  Rankey Mansfield, Fort Worth -16
10 Davidson  /  Hill Houston -19
11 Beeler / Gilmore Cypress, Carrollton -22

 

News



Texas Stableford Handicap Set for Nov. 20-22

The 2020 Texas Stableford Handicap will be played Nov. 20-22 at longtime host Riverhill Country Club in Kerrville. This year’s championship was originally slated for mid-summer but was rescheduled due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Conducted by the Texas Golf Association since 1976, the championship will be contested over 54 holes using team quotas based on the Modified Stableford scoring format.

Teams are pre-flighted based on the two players’ combined Low Handicap Index over the past 11 months. Total score for 54 holes will be used to determine final standings in each flight. The overall winner will be the team with the most plus (or fewest minus) points, regardless of flight.

Opened for play in 1974, Riverhill Country Club was designed by Byron Nelson and Joe Finger. Nestled deep in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, Riverhill has consistently received high marks for its playability, scenic beauty and relaxed atmosphere. For this year’s championship, the course will play approximately 6,500 yards with a par of 72.

Daron Calhoun of The Woodlands and Chad Conn of Mansfield accumulated 13.25 total points over three days to win the Overall Division at the 2019 Texas Stableford Handicap at Riverhill CC. Joey Hall and Danny Meyer, both of Katy, finished in second place with 9.75 points.


Texas Stableford Handicap

Riverhill Country Club
November 20-22

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Tournament Information

Date: November 20 - 22, 2020
Host Club: Riverhill Country Club
Address: 100 Riverhill Club Ln., Kerville, TX 78028
Phone: (830) 896-1400
TGA Staff Contact: Andrea Daly, Tournament Manager

Entry & Eligibility Information
Entries Open: September 22, 2020 @ 9:00 a.m.
Entries Close: November 11, 2020 @ 5:00 p.m.
Entry Fee: $700 per team

Eligibility: Entries are open to male amateur golfers who reside in the state of Texas age 21 or older as of the first round of tournament play, with a WHS Handicap Index of 20.0 or less.  Please reference TGA Policies and Procedures for further details, including Policies and Procedures, and Terms of Competition.

Entry Procedure: The field will be established in the order in which entries are received.  After the close of entries, teams that withdraw will be filled based on the wait list.  For additional information regarding the wait list and when the number of applicants exceeds the field capacity, please refer to the TGA Policies and Procedures.

The TGA reserves the right to select players to be in the field.

Championship Information

Format/Field Size: The field will be limited to 56 teams.  Play will be contested over 54 holes of modified Stableford scoring with 18 holes per day.  Teams will be pre-flighted based on the two players' combined LHI "Low Handicap Index."  Handicap indexes used for all championship rounds will come from each player's LHI from January 1, 2020 (first day of World Handicap System) to November 11, 2020 (close of entries).  Each player's playing handicap will then be calculated after taking 90% of their Low Handicap Index.  See the "Scoring" section for more information on the calculation of Team Quota's.

Caddies: Caddies are permitted during the championship.  Players are responsible for supplying their own caddie for the competition.  Caddies must abide by host facility dress code.

Transportation: *NEW FOR 2020*: The TGA has adopted the "One-Seat" Policy.  The "one-seat" policy allows either the player or the player's caddie to ride in or move a golf cart, but not at the same time.  The player and the player's caddie are not allowed to ride in the same or separate carts at the same time.  The player can ride in or move a golf cart with another player in it, so long as the player's caddies is not riding in another cart at that time.  The player can ride in or move a golf cart with another player's caddies in it, so long as the player whose caddies is in the cart is not riding in another cart at the same time.  As a reminder, players are responsible for the actions of their caddie.

Please click here for full player information for the Texas Stableford.



Schedule of Events

Tuesday, September 22
9:00 AM - Entries Open

Wednesday, November 11
5:00 PM - Entries Close

Thursday, November 19
9:00 AM - Practice Rounds Starting Times - #1 Tee
No Cocktail/Dinner Banquet due to COVID-19

Friday, November 20
7:00 AM - Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM - Round 1 Begins (#1 & #10 tees)

Saturday, November 21
7:00 AM - Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM - Round 2 Begins (#1 & #10 tees)

Sunday, November 22
7:00 AM - Practice Facilities Open
8:00 AM - Final Round Begins (#1 & #10 tees)
After Play - Awards Presentation