2023 Northridge spring sanctioned Shorts

May - July 2023 • Plymouth, Michigan
PDGA-sanctioned singles league

Ace pool

as of June 2

Next league day

Thursday, June 8 @ 5:30pm
NorthRidge Church
Plymouth, MI
PDGA results May 4 - July 6


Jun 1, 2023 · Top scores
NorthRidge Church
2023 shorts. 18 yellow basket, 18 holes
-2 55
Joseph Contratto
-1 56
Jacob Pardo
E 57
Dustin Turner
Overall standings
1Michael Kelly58
2Bill Smedley45
2Jacob Adams45
1Nikki Sanchez1
1Jeremy Wilkinson20
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Leaderboard updated 6/1/23

About this League

Singles league - 35 all-time players - 35 active players
$1.00 player fee each session
$2.00 ace pool entry
$10 all in
$1 league fee per round
$2 50/50 ctp
$2 ace pool
$5 payout buy in

League News

Brian Sweet   7 days ago

Layouts June 1st

Tomorrow June 1st layouts
All baskets will be moved back to their shorter spots.

Longs: will be playing short 9 pad to short pin, and to 18 short basket, not yellow basket.

Shorts: will be playing 18's yellow basket

Juniors: normal layout

It's going to be a hot one so I didn't want to make things too crazy this week. Make sure to bring water.

Brian Sweet   7 days ago

Also, there will be about 15 discs turned in from the previous tournament around 4pm Thursday to the front desk. Thanks to Nick for doing that.

Brian Sweet   May 12 at 2:22am

Ratings notice

It's come to my attention by some players that week be unnamed that per pdga guidelines that players above 900 no longer qualify for ma3. https://www.pdga.com/divisions if you scroll down to amateur divisions you'll see the ratings cap. So moving forward you'll have to move up to ma2 which is the longs or if eligible, I've just now created an MA40 division which doesn't have a ratings requirement. Sorry for my confusion on this.

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Phil "Puttimus Prime" Common   May 12 at 3:57pm

Ya I would imagine league payouts are treated differently than tournament payouts

Vincent Cocciolone   May 19 at 12:58am

I see a discrepancy. A players “league average rating” shown on the scorecards is different than their current actual PDGA rating.

Brian Sweet   May 19 at 1:38am

I think it locks the players rating in at the start of the session. So it will show say a 930 rating for all 10 weeks even if the player plays tournaments in between and has a ratings fluctuation.

Brian Sweet   May 3 at 7:28pm


Live scoring will have all notes on o.b and relief. If there is standing water in the middle of the triple mando, you can take casual relief backwards or directly sideways to stand on bridge. No strokes added.

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