Points Series Archive

How Does the Points System Work?

At the 2014 Year End Meeting and Elections, the members and BOD in attendance voted to award So Cal Series Points as follows:

So Cal Series Champions and points leaders are determined as follows:

Pro Divisions:

·  The best seven finishes in a division are used to determine the So Cal Series standings. Highest number of points is the winner.

Am Divisions:

·  The best seven finishes in a division are used to determine the So Cal Series standings. Highest number of points is the winner. Top Finishers will receive awards.


·  Player must be a registered member of So Cal prior to the start of an event to be awarded So Cal Series points for that event.


·  Player earns 5 points for every round completed, no matter how many holes are played in the round (Excluding Final 9 and overtime playoffs). This means that 2-day, one round per day tournaments on 27-hole courses will no longer receive 15 participation points but will now receive 10 participation points.


 ·  Player earns 1 point for each person in their division that they beat or tie. 1 Extra performance point will be awarded for a first place tournament victory.


· Players in the So Cal Championships receive one bonus point for every So Cal Series event they completed.  Players can earn a maximum bonus award of 10 bonus points – even if they play in more than 10 tournaments.

 ·  Bonus points will only be awarded to players that compete in the So Cal Championships. If a player competes in both Am and Pro divisions, they will only receive bonus points for one division.

·  DNF: You will receive ZERO points for the entire tournament if you do not finish every required round of the tournament.


Tiebreaker #1 Series Points

Tiebreaker #2 Most tournaments played (This keeps a premium on playing So Cal Series events each calendar year.)

Tiebreaker#3 Total Series points for the season.

Tiebreaker#4 Head to Head results.


Players that earn the most total points in the following divisions earn invitations to play for the So Cal team at the Nor Cal/So Cal Team Challenge held in January.

Men:  Open, Pro Masters, Pro Grandmasters, Advanced, Advanced Masters and Intermediate

Women:  Open, Pro Masters and Advanced

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  1. Jon Dominguez

     /  November 23, 2022

    I am in the am 60s division I want to Southern California and 60 division championship this year. But I would love to represent Southern California and the and 50 is that possible?


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