CVGA Seniors



2022 Senior Tournaments

All Tourneys 18 Holes

Check out the bottom of this page for Age Brackets and Handicap Division



Senior Chairman - Ed Severson
Scheel's Cup Standings

2018  |  2019  |  2020  |  2021  2022


Printable Schedule - click




Osseo Sunday, May 1 715-597-3215

Friday, May 6

Sioux Creek
Saturday, May 14
Wild Ridge (Entry:$50) Friday, May 27

Sunday, June 5

Mill Run Sunday, June 12
Saturday, June 25 715-926-4913

Princeton Valley

Sunday, July 10

Lake Wissota
Saturday, July 16



Friday, July 22 715-962-3888
Lake Hallie Saturday, July 30 715-861-5442

Whispering Pines - Cadott

Friday, Aug. 5 715-289-4653

Sunday, August 14



Scheels in Eau Claire will provide $25 - $15 - $10 gift cards for the top three players in each division.  Earned gas cards will be given out at the Whispering Pines tourney .  Scheels will mail out gift cards of the same denominations for season ending point leaders in each division.

Scheels will also provide $250 gift cards for all holes in one in both the Senior Division and the Flight Division.  Recognition of holes in one must be witnessed by at least two other golfers in addition to the player.

Lastly, winners in each division will have their name inscribed on the Scheel's Cup, a 16" X 20" wall plaque to be displayed at the Mill Run Golf Course for perpetuity.

2021 Hall of Fame Banquet July 31
5:30 at Hallie Golf Club

Hall of Fame Induction Qualifications

Senior Rules


Senior open-Anyone 50 and older

Super Seniors-Anyone 65 and older

Net 1-hdcp 7-14

Net 2-hdcp 15-20

Net 3-hdcp 21 and up

A player’s age bracket will be determined by his age as of May 1st or when he turns 50 during the season.

The following rules will apply for the new net handicap division:
1. You must have a handicap of 7 or over to enter.
2.  CVGA handicaps will be used.  If you haven't established one as yet, a current USGA handicap card will be allowed until your CVGA handicap is determined.

Handicap: Your gross score, after computing the Equitable Stroke Control (ESC) will be entered to determine your handicap. Handicaps will be available at every tournament for review and upon request of the Flight Chairman. The CVGA Tournaments are played as handicapped stroke tournaments divided into 5 flights according to individual handicap determined by utilizing the 10 best of the last 20 scores, based on the rating of the course being played, and 96% of the differential of the scores used. The CVGA Tournament will operate under the USGA rules of golf.

All flight tournaments will be played winter rules. (Tournament directors will determine the playing conditions of the course and allow preferred lies or lift clean and place as conditions dictate.) Winter rules will be from tee through greens in your own fairway only.

All tournament divisions will be played from either the white tees (Mid-Range) for Men and Red (Forward) Tees for Women. Handicaps will be based on the tees rating for these teeing selections.

 All scores will be recorded into the CVGA handicap system, combined with flite scores and/or scores from the age groups, as people may want to go from one group to the other. Net division will be determined by: the CVGA tournament history of 4 or more scores OR if less than four scores in CVGA, the lower handicap between USGA/club attested handicap or those CVGA scores will be used.

Points will be awarded as 6-4-3-2-1.  Points cannot be moved from one flight to another.

The entry fee will be $39.00 (with the exception of Wild Ridge, $50.00) for each 18 hole tournament with the following breakdown:
Green Fees - $18.00
Prize Money - $15.00
CVGA - $6.00