Perkin Elmer Tees Up A Win in Golf
Rte. 110, Shelton
Connecticut's premier year round heated and weather protected practice golf facility is the host to the 2003 Community Corporate Cup Mini-golf Tournament. The Golf Center of Connecticut on Rt. 110 (a.k.a. River Road) in Shelton has hosted the tournament since 2002, and the beautiful nature themed miniature golf course will be the site for this year's event as well. The full service center also includes a double-decked driving range, Laningan's Golf Shop and the 19th Hole Grille & Cafe.
General Rules & Information
The Corporate Miniature Golf Tournament is a competition for teams of four, each made up of any combination of males and females. Total accumulated strokes for all players of each team will be used to determine the overall team standings. Teams must be ready to play at scheduled game time.
The tournament will have a shotgun start. If registration is large, there will be two shotgun starts. Each player on a team will be assigned to a foursome of competitors. This playing group will be assigned a starting hole. No more than two members from the same company will be assigned to the same playing group.
Each group will play all 18 holes in consecutive order. Therefore, a group starting at hole #6 will play each hole to #18 then start at hole #1 and finish playing at hole #5.
Each player will take their first shot from the tee. Then, the ball closest to the hole is played. Player continues putting until that ball is in the cup. Next closest ball played second. Each player continues to put until each ball is in the cup.
A ball that stops within a putter-head from the curb, may be moved up to one putter-head away from the curb.
One stroke penalty for a ball hit outside of the playing area, continue play from where the ball exited the playing area.
All strokes are counted. No stroke limit per hole.
Click here to see highlights from last year's tournament which was won by Tele-Media.