Root River Parkway League

Singles league June - August 2013 Greendale, WI
This league has ended.
No upcoming league rounds are scheduled.

Leaderboard

Aug 19, 2013 · Top scores
Root River Parkway
Regular tees, 18 holes
Pro
-7 47
Todd Farnham$8
-4 50
Mike Gromowski$5
-4 50
Casey Connors$5
Amateur
+10 64
Kayla Schweitzer$9
+17 71
Matt Lemke
Advanced
-2 52
Ryan Bakeris$15
-1 53
Gary to the Oh$12
+1 55
Tyler Kollis
Overall standings
PlayerPoints
Pro
1Todd Farnham27.5
2Kyle Sparrow22
3Lee Ireland13
Amateur
1Kayla Schweitzer17
2Matt Lemke13
3Billy Barnes12
Advanced
1Gary to the Oh31
2Ryan Bakeris21
3Kevin Connelly8
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Leaderboard updated 8/28/13

About this League

Singles league - 27 all-time players - 0 active players
$6.00 player fee each session
$1.00 ace pool
ALL AGES AND SKILL LEVELS WELCOME

10 week league starting on Monday, June 17th

Check in will be from 5PM to 5:50PM—Starting at 6

Only $6 per week to join - additional side games offered

Best 8 of 10 weeks will be counted toward your overall league totals.

Leagues are a great way to meet new people, learn the rules, improve your game, and even win some stuff!

League News

Terry Miller   August 19, 2013 at 3:05pm

Double Points for Week 10

It's been a great summer league and tonight we'll have double points to wrap things up.



Our ace pool has NOT been hit which means we have $49 still sitting there. I hope someone gets it tonight so it doesn't have to carry over to the next league.



Kyle Sparrow was the only one to get the birdie club and he almost did it again on week 9 but because he didn't, it will be sitting at $36 going into tonight!



We will see you out there!

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Terry Miller   June 19, 2013 at 12:57pm

First Night was a Success

A little more than a dozen people came out to play in the first night of leagues at Root River Parkway! We are offering different divisions but haven't exactly determined where everyone will be just yet. Being a new course means we'll to determine what 'norms' and averages might be on the course. I'm open to ideas and input for divisional numbers but keep in mind that as placements continue to move and the course continues to 'break in', there won't be an exact science to how it all p ... more

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