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The Tim Shorter ’81 Down Under Trophy is awarded to the winning foursome (low gross team). These winners will have their names engraved on the trophy.

The William H. Daly '52 Cup is awarded to the Old Boy MVP (in lieu of Low Gross Old Boy). If the winning foursome contains an Old Boy, his name will be engraved on the cup. If the winning team contains multiple Old Boys, the team will decide who the MVP of the game was and that name will be engraved on the cup.

The Guest Jacket is awarded to the Guest MVP. The recipient gets to wear the jacket in a photo and is awarded a prize for the achievement.

Closest to the Pin (Men) Hole #3
Closest to the Pin
(Ladies) Hole #3
Longest Drive
(Men) Hole #18
Longest Drive
(Ladies) Hole #18

Hole-in-One Contests - It could be your lucky day!
Hole #9:
Win a 2024 VW Golf GTI (3 year lease)
Hole #3: Win a
Golf Trip for two to Las Vegas
Hole #11: Win a 
Titleist Golf Equipment Package
Hole #17: Win a
Golf Town Gift Card ($1,000)

Beat the Pros Contest Outshoot the pros on Hole #11. Think you can do it? $10 gives you a chance to try your luck. If you outshoot them your name will go in the draw for a prize!

The Gryphon Ball Contest Purchase a Gryphon ball for $20 and play with this ball all day. If you have not lost it in the woods or in the water by the end of the day, your name will go in the draw for a prize! One ball per golfer.

The Golden Putter Contest Try your skill on the putting green! Three balls for $20. Sink your putt and continue to face-off until only one remains. Winner receives a prize and their name is engraved on the Golden Putter Trophy.

Best Dressed Contest (Men and Ladies) Wear your best golf outfit to win a prize!

Format of Play

Best Ball
At the start of each hole, every player in the foursome hits a tee shot. The group picks their favourite shot of the four, the other three players pick up their drives and move to the location of the chosen ball. A tee is placed in the ground to mark the spot of the chosen ball. Each player then plays that shot. The process is then repeated at the location next shot and so on, including on the greens. One score is entered per hole on the basis of the total number of strokes that the team has taken to enter the ball in the hole. There are no gimmes in this format.