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NCAA DIVISION II WOMEN'S GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS PART I – FACILITY EVALUATION FORM Please check the year(s) and events(s) for which this proposal was developed: Super Regionals__________ Championships_____________ 2011______________ 2013________ 2012______________ 2013______________ Prospective host institution, conference or sponsoring agency: Host city and state: Region: One Two Three Four 1. FACILITY. a. Name of course. b. Is the course on campus? Yes No c. Is the course private or public? Private Public d. Does this golf course/club have any policies that restrict membership based on race, gender, religion or national origin, or have membership practices or policies that discriminate (e.g., preferential tee times)? Yes No e. How many individuals can use the range at the same time? f. How large is the practice putting area (in square footage)? g. Does the facility have separate meeting facilities for the exclusive use of the NCAA, officials and score control? Yes No h. The golf course pro shop shall not sell merchandise that competes with that provided by the official event souvenir merchandiser during the hours of practice and competition. The NCAA and the official event souvenir merchandiser annually shall determine the product that will be sold during the championships. 2. MEDIA REQUIREMENTS. a. What events have been televised in this facility and by what carrier? b. Is there a room available for media operation of 15? Yes No c. Describe the location of the working press area. Facility Evaluation Form Page No. 2 ______ 3. HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS. a. Indicate the property you would reserve for the headquarters hotel. Number of Distance to Rate (as of Name of Property Rooms Facility 10/08) Available b. What additional properties are available within 15 minutes of the course? Name of Property Number of Distance to Rate (as of Rooms Facility 10/08) Available 4. TRANSPORTATION. a. Closest major airport. b. Distance from course. c. Airlines servicing this airport. d. Rental car agencies at airport. 5. ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT. In addition to normal game management staff, the host institution/conference must agree to assign an individual to each of the following responsibilities to ensure that adequate support staff is avail- able to administer the tournament: Tournament director Ticket manager, if applicable Sports information director Hospitality coordinator Promotions and marketing director Transportation coordinator Drug-testing site coordinator (if applicable) 6. FACILITY SETUP. If selected to host NCAA golf competition, your institution or conference must agree to reserve the facility exclusively for the NCAA for all times required to conduct practice and competition through the final round. No other play will be allowed on the course from the beginning of practice rounds until the conclusion of the final round of competition.
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