Cove View Cup




  • 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 within each flight, using net only score; Bonus points for low gross score in each flight (Flights are: A, B, and C Flight).
  • The season is has a total of 28 (23 weekly events and with 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 three of your last six rounds.

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For the fourth year, the Cove View Men’s Golf Association, in conjunction with the Cove View Golf Course will continue the Stubbs Insurance Cove View Cup. Patterned after the PGA Tour’s FedEx 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 makes some minor changes and this year is no exception. Changes to the Cup this year are the following.

  • Three Flights (A Flight, B Flight, and C Flight)
  • Using the course handicap the Flights will be broken down as follows:
  • A Flight 2 and under
  • B Flight 3-5
  • C Flight 6 and Up
  • The handicap cap is +2, meaning if a players is a +3 handicap, his handicap will be adjusted to a +2.
  • Within each flight, all scores and winners will be net only.



Points will be earned over a span of 28 events (23 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 three of your last six 9-hole rounds. This local handicap will be used in all five-association tournaments. Players will retain their handicaps from the 2019 season.  Players will need to establish a local handicap from their respective tees in order to play in the tournaments. In order to play for Cup Points in the Club Championship, you will need to play in at least 4 weekly events throughout the season. 

Weekly play will take place at the player’s convenience on Monday afternoon, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday of each week. 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.  


Players will be limited to a max of three rounds per week . Only the lowest score will be submitted for points.  A cup Scorecard will be provided from the counter in the Pro Shop. Scorecards must be signed by you, and attested by another and turned in immediately after completion of each round. 

Tee boxes will be based on age and handicap.  All participants 60 years old to 70 years old may play from the white tees.  All participants 70-74 may play from the yellow tees. All participants 75+ may play from the red tees.  Any player who has a local handicap of 3 and above has the option to play from the white tees. All other players will play from the blue tees.

Cost is minimal with $5 paid to participate in 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 $30 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. At the end of the year, the pot will be given to the person(s) that made a hole in one. If more than one person made a hole in one, the pot will be split evenly. If a hole in one is not made throughout the season of the Cove View Cup, the money will be added to the final season payout. All participants will need to pay their association fees before their event played in Stubbs Insurance Cove View Cup.

When weekly entrance 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.





Weekly golf will begin with a practice run on the week of March 9th. The Cup will officially start the following week on March 16th and will continue until September 11th


The tournament schedule for the upcoming year will be: 

  • Jones and Demille “One Man Scramble”- Can play Fri or Sat March 28 or 29. 
  • Blake Electric “Two-Man Best Ball”- Friday, May 1st. Partners will be drawn according to their standings in the Cup.
  • Robinson Transport Cove View Amateur. –Friday, June 26. 
  • State Bank of Southern Utah Match Play – Begins August 3rd. All who want to play will be seeded into the tournament based their handicap/ standings in the Cup at the time of the tournament.
  • Jorgensen’s Honda Cove View Club Championship – August 28 -29. This is the final event of the 2020 Stubbs Insurance Cove View Cup. 


The top point earner from the season will be crowned the 2020 Stubbs Insurance Cove View Cup winner. 


The Association will have an awards banquet at the end of the season to award the Stubbs Insurance Cove View Cup Champion and other tournament winners from the season. Also, we will have have a greenskeeper revenge tournament prior to the awards banquet. The date of greenskeeper revenge and banquet will be Sept 1, 2, or 3. Elections for new committee members will also take place at the banquet.

Point Allocation
Point allocation will be based on the following:

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.

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Group Play15 Points
Round of 1630 Points
Round of 845 Points
Final Four60 Points
Runner Up80 Points
The winner:100 Points


Those who finish in the top third of the final standings will receive a payout.

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. 

2019 Champion

Pat Wilson

At the end of the 2019 season, Pat Wilson was crowned the Cove View Cup Champion. Pat played great all year long. He had 11 first place finishes, and 8 top 3 finishes. Pat also won the Robinson Transport Amateur and was the Jorgensen Honda Sr. Flight Club Champion.