Regional Golf in Prineville
The 2023 Special Olympics Oregon Summer Regional Golf Competition at Meadow Lakes Golf Course in Prineville will take place on Saturday, July 22, 2023.
Please review the information below and attached and share with your golfers, assistant coaches, families, and volunteers. Please reach out to email@example.com or 971.404.1322 (mobile) if you have any additional scratches, questions, or concerns.
Meadow Lakes Golf Course
300 SW Meadow Lakes Drive
Prineville, OR 97754
Participating local programs: Douglas, Hermiston/Pendleton, High Desert, Jackson
- Master List (Excel document – 2 tabs)
- By Delegation
- By Tee Time/Starting Skill
- Please see tee times for all Level 2-5 course play golfers and starting skill assignments for Level 1 skills athletes
- Golf Rules PDF
8/7/22 – General Schedule of Events – subject to change:
- 10:45 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. – Coach Check-In
- 11:15 a.m. – Head Coaches Meeting
- 11:35 a.m. – Opening Ceremonies
- 12:00 noon – First Tee Time for Course Play
- 12:15pm – Individual Skills report to assigned starting skill and will then follow a rotation
- For skills athletes, lunch will be provided at conclusion of competition
- On-Course players can opt to take lunch with them on the course or eat upon completion
- Snacks will also be provided for on-course golfers
- Awards will take place at the conclusion of each division
General Health and Safety
- With temperatures expected to be hot, Special Olympics Oregon will continue to monitor conditions and make decisions about changes to the current schedule accordingly.
- Our goal will be to keep things moving as best we can to reduce the time spent in the sun.
- Special Olympics Oregon uses the Oregon Scholastic Activities Association (OSAA) Heat Index Guidelines to help inform decisions about when to change schedules or cancel events.
- There are many factors that go into final decisions and some changes may be made as late as the day of event – if conditions warrant.
- 18-hole golfers time on course will be our greatest concern as they will be the ones still on course as temperatures continue to rise in the afternoon.
- We will have medical volunteers on site to help support any general injuries, illness, or heat-related issues.
- SOOR will consult with our medical teams, facilities representatives, and sport officials when making on-site heat-related decisions that may impact the schedule.
- We will also keep open communication with coaches throughout the day.
- Water will be available throughout the event, but teams are encouraged to bring additional water bottles, coolers, and cooling towels to help stay hydrated and safe.
- Please continue to hydrate in the days leading up to the event.
SOOR Staff Contact at Event
Mark Hanken, COO – 971.404.1322 (mobile)
Best wishes with your final preparations. Safe travels. We look forward to seeing you all in person!