Twin Willows Monday Night Men's League
Men's League has been cancelled for the 2020 season due to safety practices and policies related to COVID-19. I have emailed a notice to league members.. If you did not receive this message, please let me know so that I can add you to the email list. Send request to: email@example.com
Club Championship and Men's Open will proceed in 2020. Please see 2020 schedule (Link to the left) Qualifying rounds begin July 6. You need to play a minimum 4 out of the first 6 Monday nights to qualify for the Match play playoffs. All flights will be based on 2019 handicaps. There is no registration fee to participate.
B Ken Wilson over Terry Nattress 4&3
C Wayne Paradis over Travis Ziegler 3&2
D Paul Conrad over Ken Chapman 3&1
E Lyle McLennan over Orest Paulichuk 2&1
F Randy Semaka over Dean Schindel 5&3
G Lorne Soles over Matthew Semaka
H Barry Andruik over Chris Sorenson 4&3
I Don Elickson over Jack Chevalier
Please register with Golf Canada at: http://www.golfcanada.ca
10 points just for showing up
Net stableford points per hole: ie: 2 pts net par, 3 pts net birdie, etc..
Points awarded based on net score within your flight: ie: 20 pts for first, 15 pts for second, 10 pts for third, 5 pts for fourth.
The money pot each week in 2019 is $180. Registration costs $90 for the year, and is optional. Each week, all participating players play for a piece of the pot, (skin). A skin is won by having the lowest score on a hole without a tie. The pot each week is split depending on how many skins were won. If a skin is not won outright, the money carries over to the next week, making it a $320 pot.
Congratulations to Jon Pullishy for winning the 2019 Men's Open.
The 2020 Men's Open Aug. 22-23
2019 CLUB CHAMPION: Jon Pullishy
The Club Championship for 2019 will again be a hybrid of two formats that have been used over the last number of years. The top 4 players in each flight will qualify to compete in match play to determine the Club Champion for each flight. All matches will be 9 holes, except the Championship Flight, which will be 18 holes. Player 1 will play Player 4, and Player 2 will play Player 3 in each flight. Ties will be awarded to the higher seeded player. Winners of the matches in the semi-finals will advance to the finals the following week.