The 2018 Worldwide Matrix Generations Cup

June 10, 2018

A fun, yet competitive, tournament that pairs an adult (parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles or friends) with a junior golfer to play 9-holes of alternate shot. A great way to meet new people and enjoy a fun afternoon on the golf course. Open to all skill levels. No handicaps required.


Adult (19+) plus a junior in the following age categories (boys and girls)
  • 6-10 years
  • 11-14 years
  • 15-18 years

Registration Deadline: June 8, 2018

Cost Per Team of 2 (Adult + Junior)

  • 9-holes of golf
  • Power cart
  • Registration Package
  • Hole Prizes
  • Team/Individual Prizes
  • Dinner
Power carts must be driven by someone with a valid drivers license.

Registration: 12:00 pm
Tee Time Start: 1:00 pm
Start time may change to a shotgun format. Will be determined by the number of team registrations received by June 4.18

Dinner included (following play)
Prize presentation to follow dinner

Flights will be based on junior age categories.

  • 6-10 years
  • 11-14 years
  • 15-18 years
Men: Blue Tees
Women: Red Tees
Boys 6-10: White Tees
Boys 11-14: White Tees
Boys 15-18: Blue Tees
Girls (all ages): Red Tees

Playing Format
9-holes: Alternate Shot

  • Players A and B partner one another on an alternate shot team, or side. They decide among themselves who tees off first on the the first hole. Let’s say they decide on Player A to hit the opening tee ball. So on the first hole, A hits the tee shot. They walk to the ball, and Player B hits the second shot. The third stroke is played by Player A. Then Player B hits the fourth. They alternate hitting shots until the ball is in the hole.
  • They also alternate hitting tee shots, so since in our example Player A hit the drive on the first hole, on the second hole Player B tees off. And so on throughout the round.
Who tees off first on your starting hole?
  • That’s up to the partners. But it’s the biggest tactical decision partners in alternate shot have to make.
  • The golfer who tees off on No. 1 is also going to tee off on Nos. 3, 5, 7 and so on – all the odd-numbered holes.
  • And the golfer who tees off on No. 2 will also tee off on Nos. 4, 6 and so on – all the even-numbered holes.
  • So check the scorecard. Do the par-5s and tough driving holes fall disproportionately on the even-numbered holes?
  • Or the odd? Is one partner clearly a better driver of the golf ball than the other? You want that golfer best-matched to the longer, tougher driving holes.
  • Likewise, if one partner is clearly a better short- and mid-iron player than the other, take into account on which holes (odd or even) the par-3 holes mostly fall. Or simply make sure a poor driver doesn’t get stuck with most of the tougher driving holes.
Maximum score per hole: 10
If you and your partner have reached a score of 10 and have not holed-out please pick up your ball and mark a 10 for that holes score.