First Annual Lieutenant Erik Lloyd Memorial Golf Tournament
Lieutenant Lloyd died after contracting COVID-19 as the result of being exposed while in the line of duty. Lieutenant Lloyd had served with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for 30 years and was assigned to the Force Investigation Team. He is survived by his wife, two children, five grandchildren and parents.
Law Enforcement Appreciation Golf Tournament Hosted by the Las Vegas Sheriff’s Protective Association
Sponsored by the Las Vegas Police Protective Association, Police Managers & Supervisors Association and Police Protective Association Civilian Employee, INC.
Date/Time: Saturday August 14th, 2021 at 7:30 AM (6:00 AM Check In)
Location: Boulder Creek Golf Club
1501 Veterans Memorial Drive, Boulder City, Nv. 89005
Cost: $75 per player (includes lunch, prizes and practice facilities) Book early, it sells out!
A paid foursome will lock you in so don’t get left out
Format: 4 Person Scramble Prizes for Longest Drive and Closest to the Pin
For inquiries call Lt. Grant Rogers at702-561-5043
Leave the putting green as soon as you have holed out.
Do not play until the players in front of you are out of range.
Balls may be cleaned on the green, and ball marks repaired prior to
Please observe all local course rules.
Enjoy the day and your fellowship with other golfers!
Four-person scramble tournament.
7:30am Shotgun Start time.
Limits number of players to only 144.
Skills Contest for Longest Drive and Closest to Pin.
GOLF SCRAMBLE RULES: (all golf rules shall conform to USGA Rules)
A scramble means that all team members tee off on each hole and then
decide which tee shot they like the best and mark the spot with a tee or
The other team members pick up their balls and place them within one
club length (no closer to the hole) of the marked spot. Each team member
hits their next shot from the chosen spot of the prior shot.
If the ball you choose to play is in a hazard (sand, water, etc.), the rough,
or out of bounds, you cannot drop the ball outside of the hazard or rough
even if relief is within one club length away.
This procedure is followed on every shot for the remainder of the hole,
including putts. The ball should be marked on the putting green also.
Putts need to be made within 3 inches of the marked spot (no closer to the
hole). The first ball to go in the hole is counted for the team score. When
putting, once any ball is holed out, no further strokes count. The team is
cautioned not to make “tap” in putts until all team members have had the
opportunity to attempt the team’s original putt.
Each player’s tee shot must be used at least two times during the
Men tee off from the Blue tees and Women from the Red tees.
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