Pusch Ridge Mens League

the "Javelinas"

Welcome to the Men's Monday Morning Golf League

We play every Monday throughout the year when the course is open. Starting time is 9:00AM (Nov-Dec), 10:00AM (Jan), 9:00AM (Feb) & 8:00AM (March-April), frost permitting. League play will start November 7, 2022.

This 9-hole league is geared to be a fun relaxed experience for all ages and abilities. It is a great place to start if you have never experienced league play. Everyone is welcome.  Just register and play!

You can play from the tee box of your choice. Maximum score on any hole is 3 over par. No penalties for a lost ball. You can improve your lie on or off the fairway. After your first week of play, you can optionally put $5 in the pool to compete for cash prize winnings. Best of all you are allowed one mulligan on the first tee box. See the League Rules for complete details.

Handicaps are kept by the league. GHIN handicaps are not used for this league. After your round of play, drop off your completed score card with the league score keeper.


You have to register to be able to sign up for play. Registration is free. Just click on the Register Button above.


Thanks, and hope to see you on the course. It will be fun, fast and affordable! Only $24 for the round, which includes a cart. $20 if you walk. All registered golfers will receive an email inviting them to sign up for Monday play.

Sign Up for Weekly Play

After you have registered, sign up at the El Con Portal or by replying to an email you will receive. For each week that you would like to play, just sign up before 8:00AM Saturday and you're good to go. Stan New is the league manager and Tony D'Angelo is assisting. We can both be reached at mens.puschridgegolf@gmail.com.

View Pairings and Tee Assignments

You will be randomly assigned to a group each week. Saturday afternoon the pairings and tee time assignments will be emailed to you. To view the most recent tee times including any last minute changes, go to the El Con Portal and click on Sign-ups / Tee Times.

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