LPGA AMATEUR GOLF ASSOCIATION- CENTRAL NY, INC. CHAPTER POLICIES
Central NY Chapter Board Meetings are not open to the general membership.
Board Structure/Flex Model:
The following pattern maintains the flex model from its inception in this Chapter:
Chapter Bank Account Access and Financial Management:
The Central NY Chapter will adhere to the following financial best practices:
Chapter Cancellation Policy (Due to unsafe weather) & Rain Checks:
After play has commenced, cash refunds will be given only if the golf course agrees to refund the chapter.
Chapter Document Retention Policy:
Under development by the LPGA Amateur Golf Association.
Chapter Event Release and Indemnification Agreement:
Any non-member participating in any LPGA Amateur Golf Association- Central NY golf related activity is required to sign a Release and Indemnification Agreement.
Chapter Refund Policy:
To receive a refund the registrant must contact the event coordinator, by the closing date noted in the registration.
Chapter Registration Policy:
Participation in any Central NY Chapter golf event, league, educational series, or social function requires pre-registration using the required form and payment process.
Consent to Use Photographic Image Release:
Registration and attendance at, or participation in, LPGA Amateur Golf Association- Central NY events and activities constitutes an agreement by the registrant for LPGA Amateur Golf Association- Central NY’s use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions and audiotapes of such Chapter events and activities.
Drawings and Raffles:
Chapters should never conduct raffles unless they strictly following the guidelines established in their state, which may require obtaining a gaming license and/or hiring a games manager.
Guest / Non-Member Participation Policy:
Guests and non-members are invited to participate in Central New York activities as detailed in each category below.
Use of Chapter Funds:
Board members act as trustees of the organization’s assets and must exercise due diligence to oversee that the organization is well-managed and that its financial situation remains sound.
Effective: June, 2019