Player Responsibilities

Borght, John Vander
July 2009
NCGA Golf;Summer2009, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p70
The article focuses on the responsibilities of golf players when playing in a tournament. It states that the player can choose a starting time when registering for a tournament. It notes that if the player joined the Northern California Golf Association (NCGA) tournament, the tee time will be sent via e-mail or by mail. It indicates that it is important to have the first tee before the assigned starting time.


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