Senior's Championship

 

The 2017 Senior's Championship/Eclectic Event will be held at Fremont Golf Club on August 7-9. Entries open July 7 at 8 a.m. and close July 21. Participants must have reached their 49th birthday by the first day of the tournament.

The 49'ers Senior Stroke Play & Eclectic Championship shall consist of 54 holes of individual (gross) stroke play with the first 36 holes also being a partner (net) eclectic event.

The eclectic event will be two competitors playing as partners, each playing her own ball. The lower net score of the partners is the team score for that hole. Thirty-six (36) holes will be played in this manner. From the two-day score cards, they select the better score on each hole to determine one 18-hole score for the eclectice event.

A player may elect to play in both events or just the Senior Stroke Play event. Rounds 1 and 2 will be qualifying for individual flight position.

 

 

 

Format: $150 per person or $300.00 per team which includes 54 holes of stroke play,cart, flight and eclectic prizes, Monday dinner following golf, and Wednesday Awards Luncheon following golf.

All Entries are Online.

 

Online Entry

Tournament Field: Tournament is limited to first 108 entries 49 years or older. A player may enter the Senior Stroke Play Championship as an individual, but must have a partner to participate in the eclectic event.

Registration: Monday, August 7 - 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.

Starting Times: Monday, August 7 - 11 a.m. Shotgun Start.; Tuesday, August 8 - 8 a.m. Shotgun Start; Wednesday, August 9 - 8 a.m. Shotgun Start

Entry Deadline: July 7 to July 21

Practice Rounds: On available basis. Please call Fremont Golf Club at (402) 721-6642 to arrange a practice round. Green fees are $40 plus tax and includes cart.

Lodging:
Fairfield Inn: (402) 620-4680
Holiday Inn Express: (844) 548-5402

Contact:, NWAGA office: (402) 505-4653

Memo

 

The player memorandum is supplement to the NWAGA Local Rules and Conditions which is provided at all NWAGA events. In addition to the player memo and Local Rules, there will be a Notice to Players given to the participants prior to the starting time at each NWAGA tournament.

Memo (Coming Soon)

HistoryThe Seniors Championship began in 1979 with the inagural tournament being held at Lochland Country Club. Mrs. Bruce Gilliland was the first champion. Since then many participants have repeated their victories, such as Mrs. Paul Hyland and Alice Torpin. With many repeat winners and sites, this championship has become a well valued and elite event.

2016

Wayne, NE. The Senior Stroke Play Champion is Susan Marchese of Omaha. This is Marchese's 6th Nebraska State Senior Championship title. Felicia Hutnick of Omaha claimed the runner up title finishing only five strokes back of Marchese.

2014

Kearney, NE - Kearney Country Club played host to the 2014 Senior's Championship. Susan Marchese took her fourth Senior's Title with a three-day total of 231 (77-77-77). Defending Champion, Jane Pohlman of Omaha, followed behind Marchese by 4 strokes with a 235 (78-79-78). In third came Barb Muldoon of Omaha with a 240 (82-78-80). Full Results

 

2013

Oakland, NE - Oakland Golf Club was host to the 2013 Senior Stroke Play Championship. Senior's Medalist, Susan Marchese began the final round with a three-stroke lead which grew to a four-stroke lead at the turn.Jane Pohlman began to chip away at that lead and by the 14th-hole the duo was tied at 10 over par. Marchese remained at 10 over as Pohlman boggied the 15th, but snagged a birdie on 17. After ending 54 holes still tied at 226, they competed in a playoff on hole one. Jane Pohlman chipped in for a birdie from the back of the green to win her fifth Seniors Championship. Final Results

 

 

 

Year
Champion
Course Played
2016
Susan Marchese
Happy Hollow Club
2015
Susan Marchese
Happy Hollow Club
2014
Susan Marchese
Kearney Country Club
2013
Jane Pohlman
Oakland Golf Club
2012
Susan Marchese
North Bend Golf Course
2011
Susan Marchese
Riverside Golf Club
2010
Susan Marchese
Elks Country Club
2009
Jane Pohlman
York Country Club
2008
Jane Pohlman
Oak Hills Country Club
2007
Jane Pohlman
Kearney Country Club
2006
Jane Pohlman
Pacific Springs Golf Course
2005
Pat Snyder
Ironwood Golf & Country Club
2004
Dee Mayben
Yankee Hill Golf Course
2003
Peggy Williams
Lochland Country Club
2002
Debbie Wilbeck
Fremont Golf Club
2001
Debbie Wilbeck
Riverside Golf Club
2000
Nona Mullen
Hillcrest Country Club
1999
Mrs. Paul Hyland
Country Club of Lincoln
1998
Alice Torpin
Norfolk Country Club
1997
Debbie Sandstedt
Columbus Elks Country Club
1996
Alice Torpin and Debbie Sandstedt
Lochland Country Club
1995
Mrs. Paul Hyland
Firethorn Golf Club
1994
Alice Torpin
Riverside Golf Club
1993
Alice Torpin
Lochland Country Club
1992
Alice Torpin
Kearney Country Club
1991
Nona Mullen
Country Club of Lincoln
1990
Alice Torpin
Lochland Country Club
1989
Kay Offerdahl
Lochland Country Club
1988
Alice Torpin
Lochland Country Club
1987
Sam Schwartzkopf
Riverside Golf Club
1986
Dottie Bowman
Lochland Country Club
1985
Alice Torpin
Lochland Country Club
1984
Alice Torpin
Lochland Country Club
1983
Alice Torpin
Lochland Country Club
1982
Mrs. Paul Hyland
Lochland Country Club
1981
Mrs. Paul Hyland
Lochland Country Club
1980
Mrs. Paul Hyland
Lochland Country Club
1979
Mrs. Bruce Gilliland
Lochland Country Club

 

Pairings

 

Pairings will be posted here following the deadline.

Scoring

 

A scoring link will be posted here during the championship.

 

Format

 

The Senior Stroke Play Championship is a 54-hole, individual stroke play competition.


The 49er's Eclectic Event coincides with the Championship and is played over the first 36-holes with a partner, each individual receiving 75% of their course handicap. The Eclectic Event will be two competitors playing as partners, each their own ball (having to hole out on each hole as the overall event is still stroke play). For the first 18-holes, the lower net score of the partners is the team score for that hole. During the second day of competition they can better their score on a hole-by-hole basis to determine an 18-hole overall score for the event.
For instance, on hole one on the first day of competition, players A & B are teammates and both have a net 5, which is their first day score. On the second day of competition on hole one, player A scores a net 3 and player B scores a net 5, their new score on hole one is a 3. If they did not improve on the first day score of a net 5, then the 5 is their score for that hole.


Day 1 - 18-holes, stroke-play, with partner for eclectic event. Teams will be paired in groups of four, with their partner, based on the total combined partner's handicaps. If two teams have identical handicaps, the individual with the lower handicap will receive a lower pairing position.

Day 2 - 18-holes, stroke-play, with partner for eclectic event. Teams will be paired in groups of four, with their partner, based on the team's first day net score. The Medalist will be the participant with the lowest 36-hole round. For the Eclectic Event, one there will be one flight made up of the full field and the top 1/3 of the field will receive prizes. Flights will be composed after the second round of competition. If necessary, one or more participants at the bottom of one flight may be paired with participants in the next flight.

Day 3- 18-holes, stroke play. Individuals will be paired together based on their two-day total gross score. With the exception to the overall Champion, in the event of ties within flights, the prize monies will be combined and divided pro-rata.