Each association will be represented by the top four (4) eligible mid-amateur and top four (4) eligible senior amateur finishers in their respective Women’s Player of the Year and Senior Women’s Player of the Year points’ lists as of November 1st. If not enough point earning mid-amateur players are available, a senior may play as a mid-amateur. For the purposes of this competition mid-amateur shall be defined as over 21 and not currently enrolled in college. Team members must be residents of the states of Georgia or South Carolina, complying with the respective state’s requirements of residency and age.
The Format will be Solheim Cup style match play. Day one shall consist of four (4) Four-Ball Matches in the morning followed by four (4) Foursome matches in the afternoon. Day two shall consist of eight (8) singles matches. Each match shall be scored in the Nassau scoring format consisting of one (1) point for the front nine match, one (1) point for the back nine match and one (1) point for the overall match totaling three (3) possible points per match totaling twenty-four (24) points on day one and twenty-four (24) points on day two. There will be 48 overall points available during the competition. In the event of a tie in any match, ½ point is awarded to both sides. The visiting team has the honor on the first tee each day of the competition.
There are still a lot of opportunities to earn points this year and get on the team. A few events that are now open for registration are: