The Bubsy Cup
Points are accumulated throughout the season with the points leaders being awarded cold hard cash at the end of the year and the top point winner being crowned the Bubsy Cup Champion.
The prize money breakdown is as follows:
Champion – $1,350
2nd Place – $750
3rd Place – $450
4th Place – $300
5th Place – $150
The points system for the 2021 season works like this. Points can be accumulated at any BGC tournament other than the Ryder Cup. Points are awarded to all players in the tournament up to forty with the exception that the last place finisher, no matter the size of the field, always gets zero points.
Only a player’s top five tournaments (out of a potential 11 tournaments) are used to determine their total points for the season.
For all tournaments except Club Championships, Holiday Classic, Pinehurst Derby, and Match Play the points are awarded as follows.
|1st||Number of Players x 40|
|2nd||80% of first place points|
2. For the Pinehurst Derby points are distributed in the same fashion, but the team splits the points.
3. For the Club Championships and Holiday Classic, first place points are determined by multiplying the number of players by 80. The same percentages of the first place points are are used for for the rest of the finishers.
4. For the Match Play Championships, points are distributed as follows:
1st – 2,200
2nd – 1,760
Semifinals – 1430
Quarterfinals – 440
Round of 16 – 220
If two or more players tie, each player is awarded the sum of the prize money for those places divided by the number of players. For example, if four players tie for second place. Each players gets the sum of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th place money divided by four.
In the event of a tie at the end of the season the prize money will also be allocated in the same method as described above for allocating points, with the exception of a first place tie. If two players are tied for first, the winner will be determined by an 18 hole match play. If three or more players are tied, the winner will be determined by an 18 hole stroke play competition.