FAQ’s – Frequently Asked Questions

How can I join the Men’s Golf Club of Lincoln Hills?

Pick up and fill out the membership application which can be found in the pro shop across from the posting computer. Attach a check for the amount indicated on the application form and place both in the Men’s Club drawer below the application holder or mail to the Membership Chairman listed on the application. (Note – the application can also be downloaded from the Home Page of the website @ www.MGCLH.club)


What is HOLE-IN-ONE Insurance?

Part of your member dues entitles anyone who makes a hole-in-one to $250 worth of insurance to cover a bar bill. This is not a cash prize to be taken home or cash that will be given, but a means of protecting the lucky golfer and his wallet after the round. This insurance will cover any hole in one – including the special $500 award from Mercer Tyson and Chris Carolan.


When I join the Men’s Golf Club of Lincoln Hills, does that include my membership in the NCGA, the agency that keeps track of your index/handicap?

Yes


Can I join the Men’s Club if I do not have a GHIN (Handicap) number?

Yes, one will be assigned to you when your membership application is processed with our club and with NCGA.


Can I join the Men’s Club if I do not live in Lincoln Hills?

Unfortunately, No


How do I register to play in the monthly tournaments?

You can sign up by going to the MGCLH website @ www.MGCLH.club and click on the appropriate button or link.


How can I play in the Tuesday “sweeps?”

The Tuesday tournaments are arranged by the Billy Casper Management. In the pro shop you will find small white sign-up form; fill it out and place in the Men’s Club drawer no later than Saturday. Go to the Men’s Club website (www.MGCLH.club) and click on the “Welcome Letter” for more information.


There is a problem with the Tuesday sweeps, can you fix it?

The Tuesday sweeps are run by Billy Casper Management in the pro shop, not the Men’s Golf Club of Lincoln Hills. Please contact them regarding any issues with the Tuesday sweeps.


The score card I turned in at the end of the round has a different score than the results page you sent out, What do I do?

Call the tournament chairman. There is a 90% chance you added incorrectly. Also, the score is adjusted for ESC before posting to NCGA.