CIAC Fall Golf Championships Division I - Final Results

One Day Tournament Information

If you are looking for a casual, fun day of golf with friends and would like to compete for great prizes at a professionally run event, look no farther than the CSGA One Day Tournament Series! This popular series provides men and women several opportunities to play premier golf courses throughout the state, and earn pro shop merchandise prizes in either the gross or net category of your division. Play one, two or as many events as your schedule will allow, there is no minimum requirement.
Depending if you are younger or older than age 55, you’ll register for an event in either the Open or Senior division, named after CSGA honorees, Dick Tettelbach and Dick Siderowf respectively. Entry into a tournament in either division is $75 per player. Within the Siderowf division, there is a forward tee option at most courses that seniors can choose to play and participate in the net competition only.
New this year are two additional Siderowf (55+) only events, and two Women/Tettelbach (Under 55) only events. Women are eligible to participate in any One Day series event, however, there will be a separate Women’s division at the two Women/Tettelbach only tournaments.
Tee times become available online at 7:00 a.m. on the open registration date associated with the event, about ten to thirteen days prior, and run from approximately 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Registrations close about six days before the event date, however, if space permits, we will accept late registrations up to and including the morning of the tournament to accommodate last minute schedule changes. Due to the popularity of the series, it is recommended that you sign up on the registration open date for the best tee time availability; most venues will book up completely on opening day. Golf carts are required most often and are included with your entry fee. Food is available at the various venues for purchase either at the clubhouse or at the snack shop located on the course.
During the online registration period, players select signing up as a Single Player, or use the Multiple Player registration page to sign up as a twosome, threesome or foursome before paying and confirming their entry. Take a few minutes beforehand to make sure your profile and password information is correct so you can log in promptly at 7:00AM with no system constraints. Remember to refresh your screen often to increase your chances of securing a tee time. Also, when you see the tee times “Held”, wait a few minutes and see if any slots are released as “Available” after that individual has finished their transaction.
When the tee sheet is completely full, if you have not secured a spot, click on “Register for Waitlist” at the bottom of the sheet. This will accomplish two things: 1) put your name into the lottery for a tee time at either 9:00am or 1:00pm and 2) put your name on the event wait list, in time stamped order, if you are not a lottery winner. Note: Only click on the “Register for Waitlist” button on one of the registration pages as the entries from both pages are compiled into a combined list. The lottery will be drawn after registration is full and when there is a sufficient number of players on the wait list. Winners will be notified by email, and added to the online tournament tee sheet.

Finish in the top five including ties in the gross or net open (Tettelbach) or senior (Siderowf) division at any One Day tournament and you’re eligible to participate at the beautiful Wethersfield Country Club for our showcase invitational event, the Al Acker One Day Championship in mid-October. After the last regular One Day tournament, all of the eligible qualifiers in each division will be ranked using their highest One Day Player of the Year points accrued in the 2022 season from either the net or gross category. The first 54 players on the ranked list of eligible players for each division (Tettelbach and Siderowf) will be extended an invitation to play and register for the One Day Championship at the $95 fee. Additional qualifiers on the ranked list for each division (Tettelbach and Siderowf) will be alternates, invited to play and register if players decline the invitation and space becomes available.

What do you need in order to play?
An official CSGA/GHIN handicap and an $75 entry fee
Don’t have a handicap?

Go to the HANDICAPPING section of our website menu bar to learn how to obtain a CSGA/GHIN handicap, either through a member club, or by joining the CSGA online.

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