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Club Tournaments:
- Most start at noon Saturday and/or Sunday
- Entries must be made by 6 p.m.Wednesday preceding most tournaments
- Entries can be made weeks in advance at the Pro Shop 
- 18 holes per day
- Entry fee plus green fees (includes proximity prizes)
- Different types of individual and team events (eg. Par Points, Flag, Best Ball, etc.)
- Some tournaments open to guests, all tournaments open to members.
- Handicapped tournaments require an established and up-to-date handicap
- Club Championship - you must have an established handicap to participate
Club Nights:
IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING TEE TIME BOOKINGS FOR CLUB NITE
For Tuesday or Wednesday bookings call the Club House anytime starting Thursday a.m. or the sign up sheet will be posted on the bulletin board.
Example:  If you golf Tuesday nite the sign up sheet for the following Tuesday will be posted on the bulletin board or call the Pro Shop anytime starting Thursday a.m.
Example:  If you golf Wednesday nite the sign up sheet for the following Wednesday will be posted on the bullet board or call the Pro Shop anytime startingThursday a.m.
Tuesday 3:30- 6:15 p.m.(one nine only); Wednesdays 3:30 – 6:15 p.m. (both nines)
All Club Nights are mixed format
Bookings by phone - call the Pro Shop at 306-777-7600 (0)
- $3.00 entry fee plus green fees (includes proximity prizes)
- Nightly Deuce Pot - $2.00 entry fee (optional)
- 9 holes
- Different types of contests (eg. hidden holes, hidden partners, etc.)
- Must play with another club member to be eligible for prizes
Prizes:
- Club credits are awarded to winners of club events based on rules of game being played - can be spent on almost everything in Western Golf Management Pro Shops (Goulet, Tor Hill or The Murray)
- Hole-in-one plaques - members hand in signed and attested scorecards to executive for achieving hole-in-one while playing at the Joanne Goulet Golf Course.
- Club Championship prizes are purchased then awarded at the Club Windup (except proximity prizes)
- Club Tournament prizes are mostly donations, or purchased by tournament committee.
LOCAL RULES:
These rules apply only when playing at the Joanne Goulet Golf Course during club nights and member/guest tournaments
- Must hit 1st ball from tee - if ball enters the water, member is allowed to (a) take to drop zone (#1 or #8 near bridge) - player is hitting 3rd shot or (b) carry over for a 3-stroke penalty and play from the other side within a reasonable distance - player is hitting 4th shot.
-You may NOT exchange your ball with a " water " ball prior to hitting over the water.
- Take 1 club length relief (no closer to the hole) from trees marked with yellow ribbons or staked, if stance or swing will be affected - no penalty stroke - doesn't apply to line of sight.
- Local Rule Hole #18 - Preferred Lie - Hole #18 between the 150 yard markers and the hazard, and on the fairway. If your ball comes to rest in this area, you may take relief without penalty. Mark, lift, clean and place your ball within two club lengths no closer to the hole. If your ball comes to rest in the hazard you should drop the ball and then proceed under the above Rule.
- Play "ready" golf.

General:
- Cancel tee times you can't make, as soon as you know you can't play - so others can play.
- Register at Pro Shop at least 10 to 15 minutes before scheduled tee time.
- Bulletin Board contains information about upcoming events and results of past events.
- Winners check "Credit Sheet" in the Pro Shop. Credits can be spent on almost everything in Western Golf Management Pro Shops (Goulet, Tor Hill or The Murray) - No expiry date.
- Take advantage of offerings from M.A.P. (Member Assistance Program) such as swing lessons, short game, putting
- Contact Club Captain about problems with entering scores in the computer, rule interpretations.
- Contact any member of the executive with suggestions to improve the club or about any problems that are hindering your enjoyment.
-Handicap Committee:
-Administers procedures of the RCGA handicap system to make the game of golf more enjoyable for all the members
-Provide fair & equitable competition
-Make score posting easy
-Issue membership/handicap cards
-Take action if members fail to post scores
-Verify handicap factors
-Liaison between the Golf Saskatchewan and Goulet Golf Club
Ladies Program:
- Tournaments/Club Night
- Birdie Tree - when you shoot a natural "Birdie" (during Goulet Club Play only) hand in signed and attested score card
- Clinics - Swing, Rules, Short Game, Putting
- Social events
- 9 & Wine Night, Birdies & Brews Night.
Men's Program:
- Tournaments/Club Night
- Clinics - Swing Rules, Short game, Putting
- Social events
- Skins Game Night and Match Play
Junior Program:
- Clinics - Swing, Rules, Short Game, Putting
- Matches against other golf clubs
- Tournaments/Club Night
- Qualification for Junior Pro Am
- see "Just For Juniors" Web Page for more detailed information.
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Joanne Goulet Golf Club
8045 Kestal Drive
Regina, SK S4Y 1G7

Email:
info@westerngolfmanagement.com

Clubhouse/Pro Shop:
(306) 777-7600

CPGA Professionals:
Paul Schatz and Gary Gerein

Goulet Club Email:
gouletgolf@myaccess.ca
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