April 18 Ringer Updates: HERE
A “Ringer Scorecard” is a listing of the lowest gross score you have ever achieved on each of the 18 holes during a specific time period.
For instance, On week 1 you score a 7 on hole #1, that score is recorded. On week 2 you score a 5 on hole #1 your ringer score is changed to 5 to reflect a new low score for hole #1. On week 3 you score a 6 on hole #1, the ringer card does not change as this score is higher than the best you have achieved on that hole, year-to-date.
At the end of each year, using your handicap as of the first of the year, your final ringer score is calculated and prize money is awarded. One dollar of your dues goes to fund this prize money.
On this ringer sheet an orange number reflects a new low score for that particular hole. Birdies are ringed in red and a total of birdies for the year is in the last column. No prizes are awarded for birdies, it’s tabulated just for fun.