2023 State Golf Meet
State Meet Tickets: Click HERE - must be purchased on Bound. No cash sales.
State Qualifier List: Click HERE
Coaches' Info Letter: Click HERE
Live-Scoring Link: Cick HERE
Day 2 Tee Times: Click Here(toggle through classes in the dropdown menu)
Day 1 Pairings:
Admission: $10 (K - adult). Online tickets must be purchased through Bound: (link posted on May 18th). Specators must scan their ticket for a wristband upon arrival at the course.
Programs / Apparel: State meet apparel sales will be at all locations for both days. State meet programs will be available for $5 each.
Format: Thursday: 9:00 AM shotgun start. Friday: 8:30 AM tee times
*** Spectator Carts: Golf cart sales will begin on Monday, May 22nd, at 8:00 AM. Specators must call the course clubhouse of their desired location to reserve their cart...first-come basis. Specators will present their ID at the course the day of the meet to claim their cart. $40/day for a cart. ***
Outside Water / Food: Outside food and beverages will not be allowed at state golf sites.
State Meet Sites: Practice Round Information
State Meet Hotels:
- Cedar Pointe, Boone/Ames (1A)
- American Legion, Marshalltown (2A)
- Pheasant Ridge, Cedar Falls (3A)
- Otter Creek, Ankeny (4A)
Directions to State Sites:
- Directions to Cedar Pointe Golf Course (1A)
- Directions to American Legion Golf Course (2A)
- Directions to Pheasant Ridge Golf Course (3A)
- Directions to Otter Creek Golf Course (4A)
Regional Meet Information
- Regional Final Results
- Class 1A / 2A Regional Results (5/12)
- Regional Site and Assignments
- Postseason Manual
Spectator Regulations: Spectators cannot communicate with a golfer on the course until the golfer has submitted her official scorecard to the scoring officials. (Walking immediately alongside a player is deemed to be communication.) Spectators may cheer, applaud and offer words of encouragement to golfers; however, spectators must adhere to golf etiquette when doing so. Spectators are allowed to assist a player in looking for a lost ball, but at no time provide any type of instruction. Spectators are asked to refrain from use of cell phones on the course but may use them in/around the clubhouse. Spectators disrupting play in the opinion of the Rules Committee will be removed from the course. Competitors may be disqualified if in violation of this rule. Spectators should remain in the rough or on the cart paths and always keep parallel to the golfers. Smoking and alcohol consumption are not allowed during IGHSAU sanctioned events. Please make sure the course management and spectators are made aware of this.
Water/Food Distribution: The IGHSAU allows a parent/spectator to hand beverages/food to their player/daughter on the course, with every effort being made to be given between green and tee and without communication between them.