2020 Regional Golf Tournament
Monday, April 20, through Tuesday, April 21, 2020
Girl’s golf tournament will be held at Bentwood Country Club
Boy’s golf tournament will be held at Quicksand Golf Course
Practice rounds are only allowed Sunday, April 19. Rounds may begin for the boys at Quicksand after 11:00 am and for the girls at Bentwood after 2:30 pm.
Entries and fees
Entry fees for all athletic contests are covered by a flat fee and are non-refundable. Fees must be paid through the District Director in accordance with the Schedule of Fees.
A copy of all regional entries must be sent to:
James R. Reid
All entries must be emailed or faxed IMMEDIATELY after the district tournament.
Sunday, April 19 - Practice Rounds - contact the golf course directly for times practice rounds are available.
Boys at Quicksand Golf Course
Girls at Bentwood Country Club Golf Course
COACHES’ MEETING: 8:00 pm, Junell Center/Stephens Arena, Classroom C/D
Monday, April 20
Boys at 8:00 a.m. at Quicksand Golf Course
Girls at 9:00 a.m. at Bentwood Country Club Golf Course
Tuesday, April 21
Girls at 8:00 a.m. at Bentwood Country Club Golf Course
Boys at 9:00 a.m. at Quicksand Golf Course
Round 1 - Boys
Round 1- Girls
Round 2 - Boys
Round 2- Girls
There will be a coaches’ meeting (for both boys and girls) at 7:00 p.m. Sunday, April 19, in Classrooms B-C in the Junell Center/Stephens Arena on South Jackson Street.
Quicksand Golf Course - http://www.quicksandsanangelo.com/home.html
Bentwood Country Club Golf Course - https://www.bentwoodcc.com/
Individuals and/or teams qualifying for regional golf play may be permitted one practice round of 18 holes at the site of the regional tournament. There will be one tee time per team.
Practice rounds are only allowed Sunday, April 19. Contact the golf course directly to schedule a practice round and for fee cost. Cart fees will be charged for ride.
Quicksand Golf Club, 325-482-8337
Bentwood Country Club Golf Course, 214-277-4122
Play will be governed by UIL and USGA rules. Coaches and contestants should familiarize themselves with rules contained in the Interscholastic League Constitution and Contest Rules and the Regional Athletic Director’s Spring Meet Handbook.
All matches shall be played under U.S. Golf Association rules with the following exceptions:
- Caddies/Electric Carts Prohibited. Contestants may not use caddies or electric carts during district, regional, or state matches. Pull carts may be used, but participants are required to begin the round with a pull cart if one is desired. Students with disabilities as defined by ADA may apply for a waiver. Contact the UIL office for details.
- Hazards Designated by Tournament Director. After a player hits two consecutive shots into a hazard, the next shot will be played from a designated drop area between the hazard and the green if permitted by the tournament director.
- Nine Stroke Limitation. In regional and state competition, a player shall pick up the ball and record a score of nine after the eighth stroke of the hole. If a player continues to play, the player is not disqualified, but must count all shots played.
According to UIL rules, a player disqualified for an unsportsmanlike conduct violation COULD have all scores posted by the player not count toward the team score.
For example, a player disqualified for unsportsmanlike conduct during the first round will not be allowed to continue. First round scores of a player disqualified for unsportsmanlike conduct during the second round may or may not be cancelled. Thus, the first day or second day score may not be used for the team score.
Unsportsmanlike conduct is defined as profane, vulgar and/or abusive language audible to others; carelessly and/or deliberately throwing clubs; verbalizing with intent of intimidation; or exhibiting behavior not in accordance with spirit of fair play. First consideration of penalty should be per USGA rules. If the golfer’s action warrants, penalty may be disqualification for the round, and/or in the opinion of the tournament director the violation is flagrant, disqualification could be for the tournament.
Please note that in accordance with USGA Rules of Golf, a player who cannot complete the round because of illness or injury is not subject to disqualification for the remainder of the tournament if the tournament director of the Rules Committee is notified and the reason satisfactory.
The following rules should be discussed with coaches regarding parents and interested spectators. It is the coach’s responsibility to inform parents and supporters of their athletes of the following rules. Parents and interested spectators should be reminded that they are spectators and it is NOT their responsibility to report possible violations. Rule violations should be reported by the players or the marshals of the meet. Parents and interested spectators should stay a substantial distance from competitors during play. After play has started, parents and interested spectators MAY NOT coach “or advise” players. A player is subject to a two (2) stroke penalty on the first offense and disqualification by tournament officials if the “coaching” continues. On course encouragement, support, applause, etc., is not considered coaching or advising; therefore, it is permissible.
Coaches are allowed, in fact encouraged, to talk with their players as long as it does not constitute slow play and complies with UIL rules listed below:
- A coach may engage (coach) with the player(s) from tee to green. Once a player steps onto the green, NO coaching is allowed until all participants have finished the hole.
- At district, regional and state competition, only one (1) coach is allowed to coach that team or individual once play has begun that day for that team or player(s).
- The intent of the “one coach” rule per team or individual is not to limit a coach from coaching but rather limit the amount of coaches per school.
Important Note: Private golf carts are not allowed at Quicksand Golf course.
Results and event schedules/brackets will be available following the conclusion of the entire day’s competition. Media members may request results by fax or email by calling 325-942-2378. Please do not call the courses for results.
2019 Final Results
2019 Day 1 Results
For more information, contact the Tournament Director or the Athletic Director.