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The Country Club of Greenfield

A prestigious 18-hole course in Greenfield, Massachusetts


The course, designed by Alex Findlay and extended to 18 holes with the design of Ralph Barton, opened at the current location in 1901. The Greenfield Golf Club, as it was first named, was established in 1896 and originally located in Greenfield’s Abercrombie Pasture. The club is considered one of the oldest golf clubs in New England.

The Country Club of Greenfield is comprised of 18 parkland and link style holes which, while not too severe for the average player, present sufficient difficulties to make the playing of par 72 a splendid test of distance and accuracy for the best golfers. Our greens are always considered some of the best in western Massachusetts; please contact our PGA Professional Kevin Piecuch to inquire about memberships, outings, tournaments call 413-773-7530 or email us at

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July 23rd-26th,2020

75th Invitational Four Ball Event Portal


Sunday Tee Sheet

75th Invitational Four Ball – July 23rd-26th, 2020


Qualifying Format May Be Altered Due to Weather

Thursday- Qualifying for all 96 teams, Top 40 teams will attempt to qualify for Championship flight, low 16 scores qualify. The next 8 teams go into Second Flight, next 8 teams go into Third flight, and final 8 go into Fourth Flight (USGA Method Match of Cards to determine flights in case of ties and then the first score returned will receive the lowest available seed and so forth ).

Flights Five through Nine will qualify for seed within your flight. (In case of ties, the first score returned will receive the lowest available seed and so forth.)

The bottom 16 teams will qualify for either Flight Tenth or Eleventh; Flight Eleven will be a handicapped flight (USGA Method Match of Cards to determine flights in case of ties). Each flight will have 8 teams with the exception of Championship Flight which will have 16 teams after Thursday. Championship Flight will play a match on Friday and the winners move on in Championship Flight with losers going into First flight. Ties decided by match of cards.

Friday through Sunday – Match Play

Four Ball Schedule of Events:

Thursday July 23rd

-Qualifying round for all flights

-Skins Game

-Closest to the Pin Holes #2 and #15

Friday July 24th

-Match Play for all Flights

-Closest to the Pin Holes #2 and #15

Saturday July 25th

-Match Play for all Flights

-Closest to the Pin Holes #2 and #15

-Championship Flight Semi – Final Match

Sunday July 26th

-Match Play Finals for all Flights

-Closest to Pin Holes #2 and #15

-Special Medal Two Ball for all eliminated teams and Skins Game

Each player will receive Meal ticket for (4) lunches which can be used at your convenience

2020 Flighted Tee Times
Championship Flight Sixth Flight
Friday 12:00 - 1:12 1st Tee Friday 7:57-8:33 10th Tee
Saturday 7:21 - 7:48 1st Tee Saturday 11:51 - 12:18 1st Tee
Saturday 1:48 - 1:57 1st Tee Semi Finals Sunday 11:30 - 11:39 1st Tee
Sunday 7:36 - 7:45 1st Tee Consolation
Sunday 1:27 - 1:36 1st Tee Seventh Flight
Friday 7:21-7:48 10th Tee
First Flight Saturday 12:27 - 12:54 1st Tee
Saturday 8:42 - 9:09 10th Tee Sunday 11:12 - 11:21 1st Tee
Sunday 7:00 - 7:27 1st Tee
Sunday 1:09 - 1:18 1st Tee Eigthth Flight
Friday 8:42-9:09 10th Tee
Second Flight Saturday 1:03 - 1:30 1st Tee
Friday 1:21 - 1:48 1st Tee Sunday 10:54 - 11:03 1st Tee
Saturday 7:21 - 7:48 10th Tee
Sunday 12:51 - 1:00 1st Tee Ninth Flight
Friday 8:42 - 9:09 1st Tee
Third Flight Saturday 12:00 - 12:27 10th Tee
Friday 12:00 - 12:27 10th Tee Sunday 10:36 - 10:45 1st Tee
Saturday 7:57 - 8:33 10th Tee
Sunday 12:33 - 12:42 1st Tee Tenth Flight
Friday 12:36 - 1:12 10th Tee
Fourth Flight Saturday 7:57 - 8:33 1st Tee
Friday 7:21 - 7:48 1st Tee Sunday 10:18 - 10:27 1st Tee
Saturday 1:21 - 1:48 10th Tee
Sunday 12:15 - 12:24 1st Tee Eleventh Flight
Friday 1:21 - 1:48 10th Tee
Fifth Flight Saturday 8:42 - 9:09 1st Tee
Friday 7:57 - 8:33 1st Tee Sunday 10:00 - 10:09 1st Tee
Saturday 12:36 - 1:12 10th Tee
Sunday 11:57 - 12:06 1st Tee
Special Medal Sunday
8:00 to 9:30 1st TEE


U.S.G.A. rules govern play except when modified by local rules

Country Club of Greenfield Pro Shop: 413-773-7530 – Contact for Rules Official – USGA Rule 2-5


  • NOTE: Touching the flagstick, the inadvertent removal and the subsequent replacement of the flagstick is not of itself a breach of the Flagstick Code of Conduct.

In Four-Ball play if a partner breaches a rule that helps the partners play, both players would receive the penalty. In a situation like the partner pulling the flagstick for his own partner (whether he knows it or not), this is helping and thus both players would receive the general penalty as stated in the expanded flag stick code of conduct (Penalty-2 strokes in stroke play and loss of hole in match play.)

1. Blue Tees: Championship, First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth Flight

White tees – All other Flights

2. Lift, Clean and Place within one club length in your own fairway. Smooth and place in bunkers must return to same spot.

3. Out of Bounds - defined by inside points, at ground level, of white stakes and fence post. Rule #18

4. Penalty Areas - defined by yellow stakes and red stakes.

5. Abnormal Ground Conditions - Defined by white lines. French drains and crushed stone are deemed abnormal .all cart paths and service roads, cart guard rails, staked trees, irrigation box on 17th hole. The obstruction must interfere with swing or stance.

6. Discontinuance of Play - a suspension for a dangerous situation shall be signaled by one prolonged air horn note. Two short notes shall signal resumption of play.

  • All players are responsible for their tee times and starting holes.

Please report to starter 10 minutes before tee time.

7. The tournament committee can alter the format for weather if necessary.


9. Please be respectful of your fellow competitors playing in matches regarding excessive noise and cart movement AS EITHER A SPECTATOR OR A COMPETITOR.

10. Due to size of field, speed of play will be monitored very closely. First offense warning will be issued. Second offense will result in a penalty, Stroke Play – two strokes, match play – loss of hole. USGA Rule 6-7

Divisional Payoffs (All divisions: Eight teams per flight)

Pro Shop Credit (per team)

Champion $ 540.00

Runner-Up $ 340.00

Consolation Champion $ 230.00

(Championship flight will have16 teams, those who lose in semis will get

$ 100 in pro shop credit)

Low qualifying team in each flight $ 50.00 pro shop credit,

Top 40 1.$100.00 2. $50.00 3. $50.00

Special Medal Pool for Sunday $ 300.00 total pool in pro shop credit, Plus CASH SKINS GAME


$ 100.00 buy in per team (optional)

payoffs will be:

Flight Winner-50% of Pool

Flight Runner Up – 30% of Pool

Consolation Winner -20% of Pool