After last Friday’s rainout, my new golf league resumed this week. Confusion still reigns, however. Four of the members couldn’t play Friday, so they played Thursday on the back nine. The remaining four teams played Friday, but couldn’t start on ten thanks to the course’s busyness. This destroyed my pairings system, so the remaining four teams paired willy-nilly, playing the front.
Next week won’t be any better. At least half the players will be away on some sort of post-Easter week vacation.
I don’t know how I’m supposed to keep scores with this sort of chaos. At this point, I think the only thing I can do is to reset my entire schedule. Another option may be to rescore the entire league with some sort of scoring system, where each team gets points based on their net scores. That way it doesn’t matter who plays whom. I’m not sure how to do that, though. If anyone knows, I’d appreciate the insight.
There was a notable achievement for our little league, though. We had not one, but two holes in one—both by guys named Tony. I wonder about the odds of that.
Congratulations to both of them.