We do our best to make this the best Women’s Golf League in the area
and make it as much fun as possible, both on and off the golf course.
We really appreciate your participation!
Price: 9 Holes: $35 entry fee includes golf, cart, prizes, and dinner or a $5 lunch credit
18 Holes: $44 for 18 holes and all of the above
Who Can Play: Any Woman
Registration Fees: None
Commitment: You only need to come when it is convenient for you
League Dates: May 1 – September 30
Day and Time: Wednesday, Any Time Tee Times are Required
League Appreciation Banquet: First Wednesday in October
Format: A different format every week with an emphasis on fun. You choose whether to play the front tees (green) or the next ones back (yellow).
Women’s League Coordinator: Ann Ladouceur
If you are participating in the prize pools you need to play with another league member. The best time to come if you need a playing partner for the Women’s League is around 9 AM or 3:30-5 PM. That is usually when most players are heading out and you have the best chance of hooking on with someone.
We think it’s fun to keep track of the little victories along the way. Here are some of the things you can each try to accomplish over the course of the season:
For 9 holes-shoot less than 50/less than 40
For 18 holes-shoot less than 100/less than 90/less than 80
Shoot your lowest score ever
Get a birdie/Get an eagle/Get a hole-in-one
On a par four, get on the green in two shots
On a par three, get on the green in one shot
Get out of the sand trap in one shot
Get out of the sand trap in one shot and have it land on the green
Have a chip in
Get over the bog on #4, #9, and/or # 16
Sink a putt from more than 10′, 20′ or 30′
Move from the Green tees to the Yellow tees
Beat the Pro
Win a Weekly Game
Or make up your own Personal Goal
How Handicaps Are Determined – In order to make sure that the same people don’t win low net week after week, our league handicaps are calculated differently from regular handicaps. The number you see on the sheet is for 9 holes, so it should be about half of your regular handicap. If you score above your handicap it goes up by one stroke for the next week. If you score below, it goes down by half the strokes you finished below it. For example, if you finish at 6 under your handicap, your handicap will go down by 3 strokes.
Playing the Back Nine – we will do our best to get players out on the back nine, however sometimes there is no availability there. If there are players on the front who are playing 18 holes, it makes it difficult to get out on the back because we shouldn’t interupt their round in the middle. Your only hope is that the front nine is not that busy, or someone is playing 9 holes and you can take their spot when then finish the 9th hole. If neither of these things are happening we can’t send people off the back because it puts the front nine into grid lock. We apologize for the inconvenience, but we are doing our best to keep the flow of golfers moving.