New rules coming for 2020. Details in the next post.
With 2020 almost upon us, we are almost at the end of the 2019 Gaspar Golf season. We still have one Semifinals match to be played in the Gaspar Cup, and then the finals will be held at Innisbrook sometime before the first 2020 tournament. Trick Rick Rhodes and Big Country Todd Broadbent are going head to head this weekend at Fox Hollow to see who goes to the Gaspar Cup Finals.
Yes, we do concentrate most of our efforts on the Gaspar Invitationals, our once-monthly tournaments held at different golf courses around the Tampa Bay area. However, more of our golfers should start playing Gaspar Challenges against each other! Anyone who has played in a Gaspar Invitational is eligible to play in a Challenge, and it can be during ANY 18 hole round of golf.
At the end of each year, the players with the highest numbers of Gaspar Cup points will play in the Gaspar Cup Playoffs, with everyone playing for the Gaspar Golf Cup Championship. We put $1 from each player in every Gaspar Invitational into the Gaspar Cup pot, and that money is paid to the Champion at the end of the year.
Your receive 1 point for every player you beat in a Gaspar Invitational, so if you win in a field of 36, you will receive 35 Gaspar Cup points. Play more Gaspar Invitationals and more Gaspar Challenges, and you will have a great shot at making the Playoffs!
We expect the Gaspar Cup pot to be close to $500 in 2020!
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Need to update number 8 on this blog to coincide with the rules. The points are 4 to the winner, 2 to the loser and 3 for a tie
Jan 10, 2020 08:03am
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