Biggs Kreigh 18 course
The Adams County Cup is an annual Ryder Cup style competition between Cross Creek Golf Club and Wabash Valley Golf Club. It has been held every year in early October since 1998. Cross Creek has won the annual competition in all but 4 years of the event. The current format is 6 matches of 6 holes each in 2-man Scramble, Better-Ball and Modified Alternate Shot, and twelve (12) 9 hole singles matches. The host for this year will be Cross Creek Golf Club on October 10, starting at 9 AM. Spectators are welcomed and encouraged, and there is no cost. Cross Creek is the defending champion, so Wabash Valley will need 15.5 of a possible 30 points to claim the travelling trophy. Annually the Cross Creek team awards the Jim Daniels Memorial MVP award, to honor our fallen teammate who was the initial year MVP.
Adams County Cup Challenge – Cross Creek Golf Club versus Wabash Valley Golf Club
- The team will be co-captained by the highest eligible participant from the Scratch POTY competition and the highest eligible participant from the Net POTY competition.They may select a non-playing Captain.
- The Team will consist of 14 to 16 players. The Committee shall determine the number of players to be selected.The players will be 12 qualifiers-the top 8 Scratch POTY placers and the top 4 Net POTY placers(not qualified as Scratch participants) and Captains picks. The team will be selected immediately following completion of the CCMGA September Event.
- The Captain’s picks will be made by the Captains but must be someone who has finished no worse than the top 20 in either POTY standings. No player may be a Captain’s pick in 2 consecutive years! For 2021 the bubble players are Ryne Johnson and Jared Friedt.
- A player is only eligible to be a member of the Cross Creek Adams County Cup team if he plays in at least 4 CCMGA league matches or in at least 4 CCMGA non-major events in 2021.