2019 Cove View Cup

 

 

Overview

  • Player with the most points at the end of the season will be crowned the Stubbs Insurance Cove View Cup Champion.
  • Points can be earned by placing in both gross and net (will be flighted, A, B, and Sr. Flight).
  • The season is 25 weeks long, with five tournaments throughout the year.
  • Local handicaps will be established after participants have played one local 9-hole round. A player’s local handicap will use the lowest four of your last eight rounds.

2019 Cove View Cup Top 5

RANKNAMEPOINTS
1stPat Wilson717
2ndJim Stubbs656.2
3rdWill Jolley642
4thJosh Madsen581
5thJohnny Parsons545.2
View members handicaps, scores, and a schedule at coveviewmens.com

 

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2019 Cove View Cup Standings

Rank
This Week
Rank
Last Week
Player NameEventsPoints
1st2ndPat Wilson26717
2nd3rdJim Stubbs29656.2
3rd4thWill Jolley27642
4th5thJosh Madsen28581
5th6thJohnny Parsons29545.2
6th7thDavid Hanrion29540
7th1stKason Anderson26536
8th11thAdam Knoefler29529
9th10thTroy Jones27526
10th8thMike Utley29506
11th22ndJaren Anderson12502
12th23rdJaygen Mullen25501
13th16thStan Chappell29489
14th9thBeau Porter29478.2
15th21stCarson Turner28454.2
16th18thRyan Harris29450.2
17th14thKeldon Stubbs27442
18th13thGrant Stubbs28419.2
19th12thRyan Draper29399
20th33rdGreg Kennedy27383
21st17thRyan Coates26362
22nd24thCorry Lawson27361
23rd56thMike Jorgensen10350
24th15thMonte Turner28340
25th35thBlaine Breinholt27337.2
26th38thPace Mullen23335
27th46thAustin Somers19330
28th19thCamron Jorgensen22322
29th48thTroy Olsen14320
30th38thNolan Peterson20310
31st20thRandy Peterson20309
32nd26thTom Rose19305
33rd41stDave Henrie22294
34th30thBryce Hair25290
35th31stMike Wright24286
36th24thRandy Moore20282.2
37th27thJake Harris20280
38th28thGarrett Ekker19279
39th29thKeith Newby26275.2
40th79thDave Albrecht5273
41st80thRon Oldroyd12270
42nd32ndCade Ray26262
43rd57thChase Robinson15247
44th34thGary Barney24241
45th36thTJ Sorenson21226
46th67thDoug Roundy10224
47th61stJaden Gurney12215
48th37thWes Kirschner20212.2
49th40thBob Leaver19208
50th42ndJessie Knight18204
51st43rdWill Wiener19203
52nd44thJeff Albrecht17200
53rd45thTodd Mullen16197
54th47thLee Taft16178
55th57thJosh Robinson11172
56th49thClint Malcolm16169
57th50thKarl Knight15164
58th51stCody Stermer19157
59th51stJohn Boyd19157
59th51stHayden Harris13157
61st63rdBraxton Stubbs16155
62nd54thKinley Peterson17154
63rd55thEllie Hair13152
64th57thDale Harris14147
65th60thGage Ekker9142
66th62ndDane Gregerson8137
67th70thDrew Kotter8136.2
68th63rdMike Hinkle15130
69th72ndChet Thompson11129
70th65thTravis Parsons17128
71st66thLarry Blake11125
72nd68thRick Orr15119
73rd69thGregg Thompson14117
74th71stTrampus Williams10110
75th73rdJeramy Johnson8100
76th74thKyle Summers991
77th75thGlenn Lott1190
77th75thPiper Harris790
79th77thBrandon Pierce975
79th77thDylan Stubbs875
81st81stDerek Daley767
82nd82ndLayne Sondrup465
83rd83rdShane Johnson862
84th84thNatasha Oldroyd960
85th85thHagen Ekker252
86th86thJed Southwick945
86th86thJohn Southwick745
86th86thStephen Ellett645
86th86thKevin Arrington545
90th90thWayne Nordgren742
91st91stShawn Saunders740
92nd92ndJeremy Gregerson435
92nd92ndRob Lewis435
92nd92ndStetson Stermer335
95th95thAdam Tait133
96th96thOmar Johnson130
96th96thCobe Reck130
98th98thDawson Christensen225
99th99thEdsel Johnson420
99th99thKerry Olsen120
101st101stJim Mullen315
101st101stTaylor, Kurt215
103rd103rdBrent Christensen210
103rd103rdRand Janes210
103rd103rdKaleb Olsen210
103rd103rdSkeeter Stermer110
107th107thKasey Edgehouse15
107th107thKaden Gubler15
107th107thBrinley Jolley15
107th107thAl Robertson15
107th107thGwen Stubbs15
Overview

For the third year, the Cove View Men’s Golf Association, in conjunction with the Cove View Golf Course will continue the American National Insurance Cove View Cup. Patterned after the PGA Tours Fed Ex Cup, members of the Association can play in a season long competition earning points, and culminating in the crowning of a Cove View Cup Champion.

Every year the Stubbs Insurance Cove View Cup changes a little and this year is no exception. Changes to the Cup this year are the following.

  • The cup will have three separate flights according to handicap and age. There will still only be one winner at the end of the season, but you can now earn points and money in your own flight.

 

The flights will be:

  • A Flight: negative to a 3 handicap.
  • B Flight: 4 handicap and above.
  • Senor flight: For any players who are 55 and above. Players 55 and above can choose to play in the senior flight, if not then they will be in in the flight in which their handicap falls. Players must decide if they would like to play in the Senior Flight at the beginning of the season.

 

Note: Each week you may see yourself in a different flight as there is a chance that player’s handicaps will fluctuate throughout the season bouncing them between the A and B flight.

  • The last four weeks of the Cup, play points will be doubled.

 

Points will be earned over a span of 30 events (25 weekly play events and five tournaments). Local handicaps will be established after participants have played one local 9-hole round. A player’s local handicap will use the lowest four of your last eight 9-hole rounds. This local handicap will be used in all five-association tournaments. Players will retain their handicaps from the 2018 season.  Players will need to establish a local handicap from their respective tees in order to play in the tournaments.

Weekly play will take place at the player’s convenience on Monday afternoon, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday of each week beginning the week after daylight saving times in March.  All players will be required to play USGA rules and must be accompanied by another Association member to verify their score. If there is a question as to the rules, members will play a provisional ball and golf course management will issue a ruling.

 

All putts will need to be holed out. No putts can be given in the Cup.  

 

Like last year, players will be limited to three rounds. Only the lowest score will be submitted for points.  Each first round a player plays, a cup Scorecard will be provided. Scorecards must be signed by you, and attested by another and turned in immediately after completion of each round. The same scorecard will be used for all rounds during the week with a new person attesting to your score each time.

For those who are playing in the senior flight tee boxes are determined by age. Players 70 and over will play from the yellow tee boxes. Ages 55-69 will play from the white tee boxes. All other players will play from the blue tee boxes. . A player beginning the year will stay on a Tee-box they start on for the whole year, based on the individual’s age.  It is suggested that tee boxes be a minimum 20 yards apart on all par 4 and par 5 holes and where possible on par 3 holes.

Cost is minimal with $5 paid to participate each round. $4 will be returned in prize money each week and $1 will be added to the purse for the Cove View Cup at the end of the year. For those who would want to participate, there is an option to pay and additional $2 for a skins game. Participation in each of the five tournaments will cost $20 and $100 from each tournament’s entry-fees will go to the Cup. Membership in the association cost $25 with money used to increase payouts at tournaments and help with projects around the Golf Course.  $5 from the association fees will fund a hole-in-one pot. $350 will go to the first hole-in-one. If no one hits a hole-in-one, the money left will turn into prize money for the club championship.  All participants will need to pay their association fees before their first round of the American National Insurance Cove View Cup or any tournament.

When weekly money has been paid, you must immediately start the round on hole 1 or 10. No practice on holes of the cup after money is paid per USGA and local rules.


 

Schedule

 

 

Weekly golf will begin with a practice run on the week of March 11th. The Cup will officially start the following week on March 18th and will continue until September 7th.

To increase the enjoyment of the cup a specialty game will be played the first week of each month. The schedule for that is TBD.

 

The tournament schedule for the upcoming year will be:

  • Jones and Demille “One Man Scramble”- Friday, April 12th. This tournament will be flighted according to the flights established based on your local handicaps or age before the tournament.
  • Blake Electric “Two-Man Best Ball”- Friday, May 3rd. Partners will be drawn according their standings in the Cup. Points will be assigned to each person based on their teams finish in the tournament.
  • Robinson Transport Cove View Amateur. –Friday, June 28. This is an individual tournament, which will be flighted.
  • State Bank of Southern Utah Match Play – Begins August 5th. All who want to play will be seeded into the tournament based their handicap at the time of the tournament. Strokes will be determined based on each player’s handicap. Payout and points will be based on the level one achieves as they lose during the tournament.
  • Jorgensen’s Honda Cove View Club Championship – Sep 6th-7th. This is the final event of the 2019 American National Cove View Cup. This tournament will also be flighted and points will be allocated based on your finish in this two day tournament.

The top point earner from the season will be crowned the 2019 American National Insurance Cove View Cup winner. The Association will have a dinner at the end to award the American National Cove View Cup Champion. Elections for new committee members will also take place at the dinner.

Point Allocation
Point allocation will be based on the following:

Weekly Play 55% of total Points
One Man Scramble
6% of total Points
Two-Man Best Ball Tournament 6% of total Points
Amateur Tournament 6% of total Points
Match Play Tournament 12% of total Points
Club Championship 15% of total Points

Point Allocation

Weekly play, the one man scramble and the amateur will be flighted and net only for Cup points.
Best Ball Tournament will have one flight and net only for Cup points.
*Tournaments will have a gross/net payout

The Club Championship will have three flights. A Champion Flight, a senior flight, and a junior flight (High School or Younger) These flights will have a gross/net payout structure, and award both a gross and net champions in each flight.

If playing for Stubbs Insurance Cup Points, there will only be one flight. This will be net only. The point breakdown is as follows:



Position Weekly PointsOne Man Scramble, Best Ball and Amateur TournamentClub Championship
1st Place50 Points75 Points200 Points
2nd Place40 Points60 Points160 Points
3rd Place36 Points54 Points150 Points
4th Place32 Points48 Points140 Points
5th Place29 Points43 Points130 Points
6th Place26 Points39 Points120 Points
7th Place23 Points35 Points110 Points
8th Place21 Points32 Points100 Points
9th Place19 Points29 Points90 Points
10 Place17 Points26 Points80 Points
11th Place15 Points23 Points70 Points
12th Place13 Points20 Points60 Points
13th Place11 Points17 Points55 Points
14th Place10 Points14 Points50 Points
15th Place9 Points12 Points45 Points
16th Place8 Points11 Points40 Points
17th Place7 Points10 Points35 Points
18th Place6 Points9 Points30 Points
19th Place5 Points8 Points25 Points
20th Place4 Points7 Points20 Points
Participation2 Points4 Points10 Points

Match Play Tournament

If 48 players or more sign up, the field will be divided into 16 four-player groups for group play. During group play, players will play against everyone within your group. The player in each group with the highest point total will advance to the single elimination part of the tournament. (This is designed like the PGA tour match play event. )
Only the first 64 people who sign up will be able to play in this event.

*You receive the number of points of the round you were eliminated in. You will also receive five (5) bonus points for every match you win in group play.

For more information about match play, please click here
Group Play15 Points
Round of 1630 Points
Round of 845 Points
Final Four60 Points
Runner Up80 Points
The winner:100 Points

Payout

Based on income projections, the association should have over $5,000 for payout of the American National Cove View Cup. This could mean $400 or more to the winner.

The top 40 in the cup Standings will receive a payout.

Income for the season:

Sponsors:                    $2700

Individual Play:           $1500

5 Tournaments:           $500

Association Added:    $300  

Total:                          $5000

Tournament Results

Jones and Demille One Man Scramble

Blake Electric Two-Man Best Ball
Robinson Transport Amateur
State Bank of Southern Utah Match Play Tournament
 
Jorgensen’s Honda Cove View Club Championship

2017 Champion

Jim Stubbs

In the inaugural season of the Cove View Cup, Jim Stubbs capped off a great season and was crowned the champion. Jim finished in the top 10 in all four tournaments, including first place in the American National Mid Season Tournament and two second place finishes. For weekly play, Jim finished first 6 times, and had 16 top-3 finishes.

2018 Champion

Kason Anderson

At the end of the second season of the Cove View Cup , Kason Anderson was crowned the champion. Kason had 20 top 3 finishes in the weekly play including 10 first place finishes. He also won the Robinson Amateur tournament, and had a top 10 finish in all 5 tournaments.