Technical FAQ & Committees
TECHNICAL INFORMATION IN ASAA POLICY HANDBOOK
For ASAA policy regarding Code of Ethics please refer to SECTION II, pages 26 - 34
For ASAA policy regarding Eligibility please refer to SECTION IV, pages 37 - 45
For ASAA policy regarding Supervision at Provincial competitions please refer to SECTION V, pages 51-52
For ASAA policy regarding Failing to Show please refer to SECTION V, page 67, 6h.
For ASAA policy specific to Golf please refer to SECTION XV, pages 109 - 112
Measuring Devices Policy
All participants are permitted to use sky caddie/laser range finders/ GPS devices to measure distances. These devices may not be used for any other reason other than to measure distance (e.g. slope or elevation change).
These devices will not be provided to participants, if participants use these devices it is as a personal device. Course marshals will be on-hand to monitor the proper use of these devices.
Phones may be used for measuring devices and GPS apps only. Talking and Texting will not be permitted (unless during a medical emergency). If used for any other reason than as a measuring device, phones will be confiscated. Course marshals will be on-hand to monitor the proper use of phones on the courses.
Power Cart Policy
During competition rounds, power carts are NOT permitted.
Parents and Coaches must maintain a 30 yd distance from players during the course of play, except around the greens where spectators must maintain a 10 yd distance from players. Spectators may not communicate with players, unless there is a medical situation.
Spectators may assist with finding lost golf balls during the course of play. Spectators are not to communicate, coach or speak with players during the search for golf balls. Spectators must wait until players arrive at the area where the ball has strayed to begin searching for balls. This policy has been enacted to assist the pace of play on the course.
Practice Rounds - Saturday and Sunday
Practice Rounds are available both Saturday and Sunday starting at noon.
Cost is $30 for players AND coaches.
Call Alberta Springs 403-340-2885
Call Innisfail Golf & Country Club call 403-227-3444
Please mention you are with the High School Provincial Tournament
WEATHER CONTINGENCY STATEMENT
In consideration of the outdoor nature of the sport of Golf, it is sometimes affected by weather; we appreciate your understanding if unforeseeable circumstances arise (frost delays, course closures based on rain, snow, lightning, etc.). Any delays will be at the discretion of the Golf Pro with the Course and the Golf Coordinators, and play will resume at their discretion. Any other contingencies will be addressed as they arise. It is important to note that due to the time of year it is unlikely that the Golf Provincials would be rescheduled to a later date.
PARTICIPANT CONCESSION SERVICES
There will be concessions available at the clubhouse on both courses during the tournament. Players will be provided with a bag lunch during the course of the day.
All in attendance will be reminded to watch for acts of sportsmanship throughout the day on Monday, September 23rd and Tuesday September 24th. After signing their scorecard they will have an opportunity to submit a nomination form. This nomination form would include the player/coach/spectator name and brief description of what they did. Sportsmanship pins will be presented to player/coach/spectator at the evening banquet and Tuesday after the competition.
The Grievance Committee will include the Grievance Chair, the Head Professional at the specific courses being played, and the ASAA Commissioner and/or ASAA Staff Member in attendance.