Golf League targets mid-March tee off

The Chilliwack Golf League enters its 16th year providing competitive golf for golfers of all ages and skill levels.

The Chilliwack Golf League returns for another season, offering friendly yet competitive match play for male and female golfers of all ages and abilities. The schedule starts in mid-March,  and there are still a handful of openings within the eight-person divisions that will tee off at several Chilliwack-area courses.

Golfers compete in 14 regular season matches, running through mid-August. The league finishes up with a two-day Rider Cup style finale in late September.

The league was formed in 1997 to foster competition between golfers of equal abilities in a friendly, fun, and competitive environment.

Annual dues are $125 per person.

Chilliwack Golf League members have a shot at over $7,500 in prizes.

The league holds a mid-season tournament and annual awards dinner.

A registered handicap is generally required to join, but exceptions are occasionally made where a solid scoring history can be established.

If you are not a member at a local club, organizers recommend joining the BCGA Players Club. Membership is $39.95 per year and includes a registered handicap.

Email info@chilliwackgolfleague.com or phone 604-799-5545.

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