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(TPGA)
Technology Professionals Golf Association -N.Dallas was created for all North Dallas Technology Professionals that love the game of golf and would be excited to play alongside other IT professionals. Any IT professional that would enjoy hitting golf balls, participating in friendly competitions for prizes, playing in scramble tournaments and improving their golf game is encouraged to join!

Golf is one of the most mentally challenging sports in the world, so it's no wonder that many technology leaders and professionals have fallen in love with the game!
DON'T WORRY, you don't have to be a scratch golfer to join! There will be plenty of slices and missed shots to go around but that's what the Happy Hour is FORE! <<(See what I did there?)

Meet-ups are held in the North Dallas area at local driving ranges, Top Golfs and Courses! Events have included...

-Driving Range Events (Happy Hour, Contests and Event Guests)

-Top Golf Happy Hour Events

-Scramble/ Best Ball Tournaments

Discounted prices and rates will be proudly sponsored by Yoh Services LLC out of Plano, TX. Please RSVP early so bays can be reserved and locations can be notified accordingly! jeremy.cowlishaw@yoh.com

Upcoming events (5+)

Tuesday Night Golf League- Ridgeview Ranch

Ridgeview Ranch Golf Club

$23.00

TPLG members, You are invited to participate in a fun and fast-paced golf league hosted by Ray Mainville! This is a great league for the average to good golfer but probably not the best if you are new to golf. If you wish to join us, you need to RSVP no later than 11 am on Tuesday. On Tuesday around noon Ray will notify the course with the player list. So it is important that you have signed up in advance and that your status in accurate by 11:00am CT, the day of. Individuals that have multiple "no-shows" or last minute cancels will be asked to not join in the future. The calendar invite has a start time of 5 pm. We actually tee off at 5:30, but we expect players to arrive early enough to manage any last minute adjustments. The course provides range balls for those that arrive early enough to warm up. You also receive two draft beers or fountain drinks! There are two options for play each night. A free play option, where you (or your group if your group agrees) can play any game they want with no cash on the line. Most people typically prefer in the nightly skins game. This skins game is handicap adjusted and requires a $20 entry fee. Everyone plays their own ball and records their score for each hole. There is a maximum score of triple bogey. Once you’ve reached triple bogey pick up and move on to the next hole. After a minimum four rounds, you’ll have a handicap that will be used in scoring. There are 21 possible skins each night, but most of those are usually wiped out with a push. Each hole will have a low gross and low net score (9x2 = 18 skins). There’s also a skin for total low gross and low net and one more for closest to the pin on one of the par 3’s. If there is a push the skin is dead, it does not roll over to the next hole. A low net score is determined by taking the players score and adjusting it by their handicap. A person with an index of 6 will get a stroke on the six hardest holes of the nine being played that night. These holes are indicated on the scorecard. A person with an index of 12 will get a stroke on all holes and one additional stroke on the 3 hardest holes. So if the person with a 12 index makes a bogey 6 on Hole 2 (2nd hardest hole), they will get to deduct two strokes for a net 4. Always record the gross score, the net score will be determined after the round in the clubhouse. The pot will be divided by the total number of skins for the night with players being paid for each skin they’ve won. Hope to see you there.

Tuesday Night Golf League- Ridgeview Ranch

Ridgeview Ranch Golf Club

$23.00

TPLG members, You are invited to participate in a fun and fast-paced golf league hosted by Ray Mainville! This is a great league for the average to good golfer but probably not the best if you are new to golf. If you wish to join us, you need to RSVP no later than 11 am on Tuesday. On Tuesday around noon Ray will notify the course with the player list. So it is important that you have signed up in advance and that your status in accurate by 11:00am CT, the day of. Individuals that have multiple "no-shows" or last minute cancels will be asked to not join in the future. The calendar invite has a start time of 5 pm. We actually tee off at 5:30, but we expect players to arrive early enough to manage any last minute adjustments. The course provides range balls for those that arrive early enough to warm up. You also receive two draft beers or fountain drinks! There are two options for play each night. A free play option, where you (or your group if your group agrees) can play any game they want with no cash on the line. Most people typically prefer in the nightly skins game. This skins game is handicap adjusted and requires a $20 entry fee. Everyone plays their own ball and records their score for each hole. There is a maximum score of triple bogey. Once you’ve reached triple bogey pick up and move on to the next hole. After a minimum four rounds, you’ll have a handicap that will be used in scoring. There are 21 possible skins each night, but most of those are usually wiped out with a push. Each hole will have a low gross and low net score (9x2 = 18 skins). There’s also a skin for total low gross and low net and one more for closest to the pin on one of the par 3’s. If there is a push the skin is dead, it does not roll over to the next hole. A low net score is determined by taking the players score and adjusting it by their handicap. A person with an index of 6 will get a stroke on the six hardest holes of the nine being played that night. These holes are indicated on the scorecard. A person with an index of 12 will get a stroke on all holes and one additional stroke on the 3 hardest holes. So if the person with a 12 index makes a bogey 6 on Hole 2 (2nd hardest hole), they will get to deduct two strokes for a net 4. Always record the gross score, the net score will be determined after the round in the clubhouse. The pot will be divided by the total number of skins for the night with players being paid for each skin they’ve won. Hope to see you there.

Tuesday Night Golf League- Ridgeview Ranch

Ridgeview Ranch Golf Club

$23.00

TPLG members, You are invited to participate in a fun and fast-paced golf league hosted by Ray Mainville! This is a great league for the average to good golfer but probably not the best if you are new to golf. If you wish to join us, you need to RSVP no later than 11 am on Tuesday. On Tuesday around noon Ray will notify the course with the player list. So it is important that you have signed up in advance and that your status in accurate by 11:00am CT, the day of. Individuals that have multiple "no-shows" or last minute cancels will be asked to not join in the future. The calendar invite has a start time of 5 pm. We actually tee off at 5:30, but we expect players to arrive early enough to manage any last minute adjustments. The course provides range balls for those that arrive early enough to warm up. You also receive two draft beers or fountain drinks! There are two options for play each night. A free play option, where you (or your group if your group agrees) can play any game they want with no cash on the line. Most people typically prefer in the nightly skins game. This skins game is handicap adjusted and requires a $20 entry fee. Everyone plays their own ball and records their score for each hole. There is a maximum score of triple bogey. Once you’ve reached triple bogey pick up and move on to the next hole. After a minimum four rounds, you’ll have a handicap that will be used in scoring. There are 21 possible skins each night, but most of those are usually wiped out with a push. Each hole will have a low gross and low net score (9x2 = 18 skins). There’s also a skin for total low gross and low net and one more for closest to the pin on one of the par 3’s. If there is a push the skin is dead, it does not roll over to the next hole. A low net score is determined by taking the players score and adjusting it by their handicap. A person with an index of 6 will get a stroke on the six hardest holes of the nine being played that night. These holes are indicated on the scorecard. A person with an index of 12 will get a stroke on all holes and one additional stroke on the 3 hardest holes. So if the person with a 12 index makes a bogey 6 on Hole 2 (2nd hardest hole), they will get to deduct two strokes for a net 4. Always record the gross score, the net score will be determined after the round in the clubhouse. The pot will be divided by the total number of skins for the night with players being paid for each skin they’ve won. Hope to see you there.

Tuesday Night Golf League- Ridgeview Ranch

Ridgeview Ranch Golf Club

$23.00

TPLG members, You are invited to participate in a fun and fast-paced golf league hosted by Ray Mainville! This is a great league for the average to good golfer but probably not the best if you are new to golf. If you wish to join us, you need to RSVP no later than 11 am on Tuesday. On Tuesday around noon Ray will notify the course with the player list. So it is important that you have signed up in advance and that your status in accurate by 11:00am CT, the day of. Individuals that have multiple "no-shows" or last minute cancels will be asked to not join in the future. The calendar invite has a start time of 5 pm. We actually tee off at 5:30, but we expect players to arrive early enough to manage any last minute adjustments. The course provides range balls for those that arrive early enough to warm up. You also receive two draft beers or fountain drinks! There are two options for play each night. A free play option, where you (or your group if your group agrees) can play any game they want with no cash on the line. Most people typically prefer in the nightly skins game. This skins game is handicap adjusted and requires a $20 entry fee. Everyone plays their own ball and records their score for each hole. There is a maximum score of triple bogey. Once you’ve reached triple bogey pick up and move on to the next hole. After a minimum four rounds, you’ll have a handicap that will be used in scoring. There are 21 possible skins each night, but most of those are usually wiped out with a push. Each hole will have a low gross and low net score (9x2 = 18 skins). There’s also a skin for total low gross and low net and one more for closest to the pin on one of the par 3’s. If there is a push the skin is dead, it does not roll over to the next hole. A low net score is determined by taking the players score and adjusting it by their handicap. A person with an index of 6 will get a stroke on the six hardest holes of the nine being played that night. These holes are indicated on the scorecard. A person with an index of 12 will get a stroke on all holes and one additional stroke on the 3 hardest holes. So if the person with a 12 index makes a bogey 6 on Hole 2 (2nd hardest hole), they will get to deduct two strokes for a net 4. Always record the gross score, the net score will be determined after the round in the clubhouse. The pot will be divided by the total number of skins for the night with players being paid for each skin they’ve won. Hope to see you there.

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Tuesday Night Golf League- Ridgeview Ranch

Ridgeview Ranch Golf Club

$23.00

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