Originally called the City Hall Golf League, members were affiliated with the Ann Arbor city government. Employees from many different departments assembled with the intention of having a fun time in a competetive but relaxed manner. Over time, city employees became a smaller and smaller part of the league as it opened participation to golfers outside of city government. The popularity of the league sustained it even as the intent of the league faded.
Now known as the City Golf League, we actually have participants that don't live locally. However, as great way to socialize, and as an easy excuse to escape work early, the league has prospered. We continue to sustain sixty golfers every season with fun and competition, and post round parties.
9/01 - Final standings are posted.
Scramble rules apply for September 7th. Please make your own copy from this site.
8/31 - This is the final scoring week. Next week will be scramble/grill/awards at Leslie Park Golf Course.
8/10 - Thanks to Brian Schwab for detecting a software
fault in the standings.
The error only affects the fifth flight, and all standings for the season have been corrected.
This year I am using a non-Excel spreadsheet program, and found an unexpected bug. Work-around is now in place.
July 27th Snack and beer night. Island Park pavillion at the same location where we had the midseason party.
Remember: NO GOLF JULY 13th. Ann Arbor City Tournament takes over the course friday and saturday, and Thursday is prep-day.
CONTRATULATIONS to Laurie Martin and Jack Germain!
Laurie's third career ace came on hole #12 and Jack's came on hole #7 while shooting a make-up score.
To my knowledge, only one other ace has been recorded in the league during my participation and has been long lost in history.
Due to RAINOUTS, our season will end September 7th.
Posted dates are in anticipation of a complete season.
Always put putt counts on all par 3 holes or you won't have the
option of winning golf ball prizes on those holes.
Circling scores will not count.
The new season has started.
Always turn in make-up scores to the Scoremaster - Stephen Opal ONLY.
Officers for 2000:
|Brad Cook||Secretary||(734) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stephen Opal||Score Master||(734) email@example.com|
|Larry Ritter||Party Manager|
SEASON REGISTRATION DEADLINE: April 1, 2000
Practice: April 27 (not prepaid) Week 7: June 29 Week 1: May 4 Week 8: July 6 Week #: May 11 (RAINOUT) - NO GOLF - July 13 Week #: May 18 (RAINOUT) Week 9: July 20 Week 2: May 25 (Beer party) Week 10: July 27 (Beer Party) Week 3: June 1 Week 11: August 3 Week 4: June 8 Week 12: August 10 Week 5: June 15 Week 13: August 17 Week 6: June 22 (Barbeque) Week 14: August 24 Week 15: August 31 Week 16: September 7 (Barbeque)
Minimum of three players per team.
Every player plays one shot from best current position.
In the event of only three players, one player only may play two shots from current position.
Record actual score from best ball play.
At the end of the round, official score will be calculated at
the clubhouse by a designated authority.
Lowest net score wins.
Go to Stephen Opal's Web Page
visitors since March 21, 2000.