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GIGL Jamboree

NEXT GIGL JAMBOREE: Saturday, November 9th, 2019 @ The Links in Norton, Mass.

SCHEDULE FOR 11/9 GIGL JAMBOREE

8:30 AM - Team Organizers & Parents bringing food for breakfast arrive

8:45 AM - 9:15AM - Breakfast for all

9:15-9:30AM - Team organizers meet with teams

9:30-9:45 AM - Putting demonstration with a GIGL Expert

9:45-10 AM - Introductions of Experts and Safety/Rules reminder

10:05 - 10:55 AM - Clinic

11:00 - 1:15 - Team Tournament



TEAMS (BY TOWN)

ATTLEBORO

BELLINGHAM

BROOKLINE

CANTON

DUXBURY/WEBSTER

EASTON/RAYNHAM WESTPORT

FOXBORO

FRAMINGHAM

FRANKLIN

HYDE PARK/QUINCY

MANSFIELD

MEDFIELD

NORFOLK

NORTH ATTLEBORO

NORTON

NORWOOD

PROVIDENCE

RAYNHAM/WESTPORT

SEEKONK/WELLESLEY

SHARON

WALPOLE

WEST BRIDGEWATER

WESTWOOD

WESTPOST

WHITMAN

GIGL JAMBOREE BASICS:
GIGL Jamborees are huge festivals of fun and golf.  
Last season averaged about 275 girls at the GIGL Jamborees which take place at MGA Links in Norton, Mass.
(Now called the Links at Mass. Golf - same location.)
No experience is necessary and girls 4-18 are welcome to register and join the team events.
Clubs will be provided to all who need them for FREE use.
The cost is only $10 per person if you pre-pay by March 31, 2018 - well $10.30 due to the credit card fee.
Cost will be $15 starting April 1, 2018.
First 300 girls to register will get a FREE GIGL hat compliments of Antigua.
GIGL Experts, such as LPGA pros, will run a clinic which will be followed by a 9 hole team alternate shot tournament.
The borderline raucous atmosphere will have music blaring and high fives galore.
There will be a morning session (approx 8am - Noon) and an afternoon session (approx 12:45-4:45pm).
A free breakfast with donuts and muffins will be provided by parents before the morning session.
And post game feast of cookies and cupcakes will take place after the afternoon session.
The next GIGL Jamboree is Saturday, April 14th.

HOW GIGL JAMBOREE TEAMS WORK
Every girl who registered will be put on a team and will be able to participate in the clinic and the team tournament
A minimum of 4 girls is needed, however, for a town to have its own team in any GIGL Jamboree.
So, if you want to be on a team with girls just from your town, then you need at least 4 girls from that town to have registered.
All girls from the same town/school will play for the same team.
There is no maximum number of girls on a team.
Once a girl plays for a team she cannot play for another team at another GIGL Jamboree during that season.
The roster size for each town team will by updated often below.


A TEAM ORGANIZER IS NEEDED FOR EACH TEAM
Each team also needs at least one parent willing to be the team organizer -no team can participate without a team organizer.
Multiple parents of different girls on a team can feel free to become co-team organizers and share the responsibilities.
The few duties of a GIGL Jamboree team organizer's include:
* Make sure the girls who have registered are planning on attending.
* Get the email addresses for the team and send occasional reminders about 4/14.
* Help to make sure the team has at least 4 girls and try to recruit more.
* Decide whether your team will be in the morning or afternoon session.
* Hand out the FREE GIGL hats to the girls on 4/14
* Help your team get to the clinic and to the tournament starting hole during the GIGL Jamboree.
A roster of the team organizers will be updated often below.
Those interested in being a team organizer need to contact Dave Barend @ [email protected]

GIGL JAMBOREE TEAMS/TOWNS 
Below are the towns/schools that have entered teams girls in the 4/14 GIGL Jamboree.
If you see your town/school on the list there is a likelihood that you will have at least 4 girls on your team.
If you do not see your town/school on the list, you will likely need to recruit other girls from your town to join in order for your town to have its own team.
If you town has a team organizer, PLEASE contact that person shortly after registering.

Attleboro 7 girls - Team organizer Kristine McArthur - [email protected]
Bedford/Lowell - 2 girls
Bridgewater/Raynham - 5 girls 
Charlestown  - 4 girls - Team organizer - Lauren Scharf - [email protected]
Dedham - 2 girls
Duxbury - 4 girls  - Team organizer - Kevin Kingston - [email protected]
Dorchester/South Boston 4 girls - Team Organizer - Colleen Chin [email protected]
Easton - 7 girls - Team Organizer - Jessica Dubin - [email protected]
Foxboro-  3 girls
Franklin - 20 girls - Team Organizer - Melissa Nash - [email protected]
Harrisville (RI) - 1 girl  
Kingston
Lincoln (RI) - 4 girls
Lowell - 1 girl
Mansfield - 11 girls
Medfield - 24 girls - Team Organizer - Leah LaRose - [email protected]
Milford - 4 girls
Milton/Newton - 16 - Team Organizer - Mary Nevin - [email protected] 
Needham - 4 girls - Catherine Memory - [email protected]
Norfolk - 1 girl
North Attleboro
North Dartmouth 1 girl
North Smithfield (RI) 1 girl - Team Organizer Craig McMahon [email protected]
Norton - 2 girls - Team Organizer Aiman Janineh
Norwood - 1 girl
Providence (RI) - 1 girl
Seekonk - 3 girls
Sharon - 10 girls - Team Organizer - Peter Chan [email protected] 
South Boston - 4 girls - Team Organizer - Coleen Chin - [email protected] 
Walpole -14 girls - Team Organizer - Diana Dority [email protected]
Westwood - Team Organizer - Christine McKee - [email protected]
Wrentham - 3 girls

GIGL JAMBOREE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS & RULES

SAFETY #1 - NO TWIRLING - NO OTHER KIDS
The #1 priority at this event is to make sure every girl is safe.
Please inform your girls that when they are walking with a club they MUST always carry it by its head.
They also can NEVER twirl a club.
One little girl once lamented to me, "But clubs are so twirl-able."
Hard to contest that logic, yet we must.
In addition, absolutely no kids others than those participating in the clinic or the tournament will be allowed on the course.That's per order of the pro at MGA Links, and GIGL supports it completely.

15 MINUTE RULE - 2ND MOST IMPORTANT RULE
The maximum time a group can take from point of finishing one hole to finishing the next is 15 minutes.
If that isn't followed then GIGL will lose its ability to play at MGA Links.
And given that there are not a plethora of other courses yearning for hundreds little girls, if we lose MGA Links, GIGL is likely no more.

Scoring -
First, it's important to note that scoring and winning are far second to fun at GIGL tournaments.
(And, of course, way below safety and the 15 min per hole rule)
That said, the format is pairings of 2 or 3 girls w/in a team playing alternate shot format.
The top two scores (from two sets of pairings) on a team will be that team's score.
The team organizer will need to enter those scores in the standings that will be hanging on the wall in the event room.

10 Minutes And Move Balls To Green - 
If any pairing in a grouping has not made it to the green in 10 min, simply move their ball to the green.
This will help with the 15 minute maximum per hole rule.

8 Swings Per Pairing Max
Each pairing gets a maximum of 8 swings to get the ball in the hole.

Misses & Duffs Count As Swings - 
If a girl swings and misses or duffs, that counts as one of her pair's 8 strokes.
If someone swings and misses it then becomes her partner's turn - no exceptions.

Tee it up!
It is ok for you to move the tee up  - even way up.
Huge help with the 15 min per hole rule as well.

No Cartwheels
You'd think this could go without say, but you'd be wrong:
Please don't let your girls do cartwheels or roll around at MGA Links.
A golf course is generally considered to be a cartwheel free zone.

Move Up After 2 Misses By Pair
If at the tee or any spot in (or near) the fairway, both girls in a pairing swing and miss - move the ball up.
Again, this helps with the all-important 15 minute per hole rule.

OK To Play Less Than 9 Holes
If your girls seem to be struggling after a few holes, please feel free to stop.
And then you no longer have to worry about the 15 minute per hole rule.





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