Golf Rules and regulations · Cumulative scoring will determine the conference champion of matches played throughout the season. Every team needs to play the other schools at least once to get an equal amount of matches. (Example: If BSS plays IHM twice the lowest score will be used for the team score that counts for the conference) Scores for matches are nine holes and the top four players in a match (out of six) determine your team score. We will play all matches from the Red tees. Double par max on holes to speed up play. No out of bounds. Treat a shot hit out of bounds like a hazard with nearest point of relief and taking a penalty stroke. This is also to speed up play. No coaching from parents during play. Please let the kids play and figure it out by themselves. Coaches can roam around and give advice if needed but please don't follow one of your players around for six holes giving advice on each shot. Probably best to play winter rules where kids can roll over the ball in the fairway or on the fringes. All holes must be finished where everything must be putted it. If it's not then it's an automatic double par. The final conference match will be all teams that play nine holes in the PECSAA championship. However, the cumulative scores from other matches will carry over into the final nine holes. Then the overall conference champion will be determined.