|BUD LIGHT MEN’S LEAGUE|
|Men’s League Year-end Winners|
1. Ron Gillis – Theragun Prime
2. Brandon Dort – Scotty Cameron Putter
3. Gerard Brown – Taylormade Sim 2 Fairway Wood
4. Ray Stone – Adidas ZG21 Shoes
5. Andre Morrell – Titleist Vokey Wedge
We have a hole-one-one pot continuing from last year. Cost is a one-time fee of $20 and must be paid before you play. Carry over from last year is $780!!
How it works: If you get a hole-in-one during Men’s League, you win half the pot. If a second player makes an ace, they would receive half of the remaining pot. This will continue until the end of the season. Any money in pot at the end of the season will carry over to 2022.
2021 MEN’S LEAGUE STRUCTURE
We will continue to alternate which nine we play each week, starting with the front 9. We have also increased the value and number of prizes to be awarded weekly!
Cost: Weekly Cost to play Men’s League is $10. Pay for all 13 weeks upfront for $100 (get three weeks free)!
Divisions: We will have SIX divisions this year with top 3 gross, and low net in each division earning prizes each week. Divisions will be determined by your Golf Canada Handicap. If you win your division twice, you will be bumped up a division.
Tees: We will all be playing a new set of BLUE Tees for Men’s League.
Prizes: We have a great selection of prizes for each division. First place in each division will be awarded a prize valued at approximately $50 each week. Second and Third place will range from $20-$40 value depending on participation numbers. Prizes have been donated and/or purchased solely for Men’s league at discounted rates. These items WILL NOT be allowed to be returned in the proshop. We have prizes like Yeti Tumblers from Titliest, golf balls, hats, and backpacks from Taylormade, and miscellaneous items from the shop!
Closest to the hole: There will be no closest to the hole prizes for now as we need to eliminate touch points on the course and moving the proximity marker will be an issue.
Beat the Pro: Once a month we will have a pro on a Par 3, and anyone who hits it closer to the hole than the pro, will get their name entered into a draw for a prize that month.