Welcome to the Legacy Cup Match Play Championship!
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Players will play with 75% of their handicaps.
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As a reminder, when you sign up for the Match Play Championship, you are committing to completing all of your matches. If a deadline is approaching, it is up to you to determine how to complete your match. We have seen many occasions where it's been 2 vs 1 or 1 vs 1.
Out of respect for the others within your pod, please make every effort to play all of your matches by the deadlines listed. It is your responsibility to schedule your matches.
Teams will begin pod play within their region (CO, MV, NW) to earn points. Winners of each pod will move on to their regional playoffs and champions from each region will then advance to the final playoff bracket. The fourth team in the playoff bracket will be dependent on the number of teams from each region. The region with the most teams will have two teams in the final four.
Please select your region during the registration process. Players may sign up for multiple regions with different partners as long as they follow the established rules.
Teams will play for points in each match, not to win the match like typical match play. Points are earned as follows:
Win a hole = 1 point
Additional Format and Rules Information
MATCH PLAY FINALS
Pod winners from the Central Ohio and Miami Valley regions will move on to a regional match play bracket to advance to the final playoffs. Winner of the Northwest region will automatically advance to the final playoffs.
With three pods, the Miami Valley region will have one wild card team advance to regional playoffs. The wild card team will be the team with the most points that did not win their pod. The winner of the Miami Valley region will advance to the final playoffs against the winner of the Northwest region.
Since Central Ohio has the most teams, the two finalists in the regional playoffs will advance to the final playoffs and face each other in the first round; this match will determine the regional champion and also determine who advances to the final match of the Legacy Cup Match Play Championship.
The event committee does its best to predict any and all scenarios, but if a scenario arises that was not accounted for, the committee will determine the best possible solution. In the case that a committee member is impacted by the decision, they will recuse themselves from the decision making process.
Match Play Committee Members include:
Keith Kresina, Chris Allender, Jon Soukup, Zach Koppin, and Brian Laurent