2018 Fall Twilight Golf League

League Information

  • 2-Person best ball format
  • Players must have established handicap
  • 5 Weeks of Regular Season Play
  • 6 Teams Per Flight / 2 Flights
  • After the 5 weeks of Round Robin play, there will be playoffs for the 1st and 2nd place winners of each flight.
  • League matches will be played on Tuesdays beginning on September 4, 2018.
  • Tee times begin at 4:03pm, when registering please let the golf shop know what times are best for your group.
  • Top 2 teams in each flight will receive prizes
  • Optional $5 closest to the pin contest each week
  • Fees: Member $30 per player, Non-Member $130 per player. Fees can be paid in the golf shop or online. 
  • **In the event of a no show, the team that forfeits will receive 0 points. The team that shows up will play against a net score of par-per hole. A score of the net birdie or better will receive one point on the hole. A net par will win 1/2 point per hole and a score of net bogey or worse will not receive any points.**

Online registration and payment

League Standings

Division 1  Division 2 
Team Points Team Points
       
       
       
       
       
       

League Schedule
Week 1

9/4/2018

Time Team Points vs Team  Points
4:03     vs    
4:12     vs    
4:21     vs    
4:30 vs
4:39 vs
4:48 vs    

Week 2

9/11/2018

Time Team Points vs Team Points
4:03     vs    
4:12     vs    
4:21     vs    
4:30 vs
4:39 vs
4:48 vs    

Week 3

9/18/2018

Time Team Points vs Team Points
4:03     vs    
4:12     vs    
4:21     vs    
4:30 vs
4:39 vs
4:48 vs    

Week 4

9/25/2018

Time Team Points vs Team Points
4:03     vs    
4:12     vs    
4:21     vs    
4:30 vs
4:39 vs
4:48 vs  

Week 5

10/2/2018

Time Team Points vs Team Points
4:03     vs    
4:12     vs    
4:21     vs    
4:30 vs
4:39 vs
4:48 vs
 

Playoffs

10/9/2018

Time Team Points vs Team Points
4:03     vs
 
4:12
  vs    

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