On the First Tee

For all events, you will be provided an official WJGC score card. As soon as you get it, BEFORE players tee off, check your scorecard to verify all the player information is correct. In the event that a piece of information is incorrect, clear it up with the Tour Director. If they are not immediately available, please advise your group and mark the problem on the scorecard so that adjustments can be made at the turn or at the end of the round (before you sign your card). Do not delay play to fix information that does not affect the conduct of your round (e.g. an incorrect handicap or wrong tee box is not a reason to hold up play if your group knows the correct tee box for your flight. However, information you cannot resolve that would cause you to play from the wrong tee box needs to be fixed before you start.)

Exchange scorecards within your group. Each player’s score is kept by another player who must record the players’ hole-by-hole scores on the player’s line, and for reference may keep their own unofficial score at the bottom of the card (you may also keep a separate unofficial scorecard for reference). Whenever possible, you should not be the marker for the player who is your marker; and should not be the marker for your cart-mate.

The Director or starter will provide local course rules. Local rules always take precedence over tour or USGA rules.
Each player should identify their ball with a unique marking and show it to their playing partners. You must be able to positively identify that the ball you found is not one of the same brand and number that was lost by another player. If you cannot positively identify the ball as yours, then USGA rules deem your ball to be lost.

Players may have a maximum of 14 clubs.

Follow the starter’s instructions for order of play.