Active CGA members or certified Colorado
professionals or apprentices. The Father-Son
relationship must be a blood or legal
relationship (no in-laws). A player can only
play on one team. Grandfathers may play with
their grandsons. 36-holes, competing at both
gross and net at 50% of the players’ combined
handicap for both days. First round is 18 holes
Chapman Scotch and the second round is 18
holes Foursome stroke play (Scotch), Rule 29.
Chapman is a form of foursome stroke play in
which both partners tee off, each plays a
second stroke with their partner’s ball, then
the team must decide which ball to play out,
with players alternating shots.