Join A League

Eagle Pointe hosts a variety of leagues open to both members and the public. For more information or to sign up for one of our weekly leagues please contact the pro shop at  (812) 824-1100.

Men's Twilight

What?
Men's Twilight is a great way to get 9 holes in after work and before dinner.  There is no time commitment, just sign up in advance each week and come when you can.

When?
Men's Twilight meets every Tuesday evening during the golf season.  We start around 5:00 - 5:30pm.

Who?
It is open to all men, whether you are a golf member of Eagle Pointe or not.  In fact, we encourage those who are not members to join us.

Where?
This group meets at the Eagle Pointe Pro Shop.  We typically play the front 9 but will also play the back 9 occasionally as well.

How Much?
Members:  FREE
Non-members:  $15

Fees include 9 holes with a cart


Ladies' League

What?
Ladies' League is a great way to get 9 holes in after work and before dinner.  If you plan to participate, we ask that you sign up by 5:00 pm Tuesday so that we can make teams.

When?
Ladies' League meets every Wednesday evening during the season. Tee off starts at 5:30 p.m.  It is a good idea to arrive no later than 5:00 p.m.

Who?
Ladies' League is open to all women, golf member of Eagle Pointe or not.  In fact, we encourage those who are not members to participate.  At our league rate, this is a great time for non-members to play.

Where?
Ladies' League meets at the Eagle Pointe Clubhouse.  Following the round, an optional dinner and awards are presented in Talons Restaurant.

How Much?
Members: FREE depending upon member status
Non-members: $15
Prize pot: $3.00
Chip-in pot (optional): $0.25

Fees include 9 holes with a cart

EAGLE POINTE LADIES GOLF LEAGUE

Good End-of-the-Season, Ladies,

What a grand time we had last night, as our spirited ladies spent an hour and a half on the course (playing 6 holes for fun)...and another hour and a half, eating salad and pizza, drinking wine and talking non-stop in Upper Talons.  The energy level must have reached 10 on the Richter Scale, with so many stories, so much laughter and shared kindness among the 30 attending. 

As spokeswoman for the 2014 Leadership Team, Pegg McCrary gained attention of the assembled toward the end of the meal (and before the dessert course of piping hot apple cobbler with whipped cream) and discussed a number of items of business.  She thanked Head Pro Craig Smith for his many contributions to making a successful season and presented him with a card and $50 gift from the League; she also thanked Assistant General Manager Bret Ashley and General Manager Jacob King for all they have done (wonderful food and exceptional service) to make our after-golf dining experiences so enjoyable!

Pegg reported briefly on the meeting between Eagle Pointe members of the Tee Up Against Cancer Committee and Wanda Katinszky, executive director of cancer services at I.U. Health, regarding the future of the annual golf outing.  Mrs. Katinszky plans to meet with staff of the Olcott Center and I. U. Health Foundation to discuss going forward with a golf outing, perhaps at another venue, or planning an alternative fundraising event specifically to support the Girlfriend Fund.  Some discussion followed, with the ladies applauding Eagle Pointe's efforts in contributing over $250,000 to the Girlfriend Fund since inception of the outing in 1998.  The annual Bridge Party will continue in support of the fund.

On the tables, each member found at her place, an "Eagle Pointe Ladies League" cotton/nylon, zippered "valuables" bag as a gift, with a printed end-of-the-year report inserted.  Pegg reviewed the stats, congratulating "top prize winners"--Jennifer Humes, Laura Charles, Fran Bond, Darlena Lindsay and herself.  She said  49 of our 59 members played at least one game--and 45 of those players won prize money this season, totaling $965.14.  There were also 13 chip-ins, totaling $54.  The League played 14 evenings, and on average, 23 ladies played each time (with a high of 29 in May and low of 14 on a September evening with threatening storms).  She thanked the ladies of Front Nine, Greenridge, Fairway Knoll and Harbor Pointe for hosting three great Pitch-Ins and congratulated "Skins" winners, based on scores from May to September:  A/B Group: Chris Savoldi/9; Rita Ramey/2 and Jennifer Humes/1; C/D Group: Darlena Lindsay/8.  She thanked Janis Sutton for her assistance in having the League bags produced; additional bags (photo attached) are available to purchase for $5 from the Leadership Team.  Members who were not able to attend last night will be receiving a bag from one of us, as we are able to deliver.

There were no "Hole-in-Won" winners this season, and the "pot" has grown to over $600 (with entrance of a $5 fee for new joiners and $1 for past contributors annually).  With that much in the kitty, the Leadership Team proposed that $300 be given to the Smithville Pantry to host their annual Children's Christmas Party. The ladies enthusiastically supported the idea! The money will be given to Darlena Lindsay, who has acted as the League liaison with Smithville Pantry.  Darlena was most grateful for the gift, saying the Pantry had questioned whether they could have a party this year for lack of funds.   

And speaking of Christmas, Pegg said Barb Brunner has once again offered her beautiful home for the Christmas Party. The date is Wednesday, December 10, with details and invitation to come.  Pegg suggested that we have another Soup Supper (with consensus of the group) and that the gift exchange be "a set of placemats and a package of whimsical...quirky...unusual...imaginative...creative...amusing...or off-the-wall cocktail napkins"!  Each lady might also consider bringing her own soup mug (from last year's exchange)...to cut down on dishwashing for Barb!  More details on all will be forthcoming.

On behalf of the Leadership Team of Melva Cooper (treasurer), Jan Miller (communications), and herself, she thanked the ladies for the opportunity to serve and for all of their support throughout the season.  Jennifer Humes and Virginia Henderson  expressed their gratitude to the team for their wonderful leadership the past two years, and the ladies responded with a standing ovation.  (Pegg, Melva and Jan were humbled by such gratitude and sincerely thankful to all for your participation and enthusiasm.)

 
Lastly, Pegg introduced the three ladies who have come forward to lead the League in 2015:  Jeanette Gaines, Billie Moore and Jan Schippnick.  The ladies applauded the new team!  We are certain they will receive the ongoing support of our grand Eagle Pointe Ladies League.

With that, we bid you adieu (for now).  Be looking for further information on the Christmas Party...and we'll look for you on the course, as there will be many fall afternoons to be out playing golf--organized or not!

See you soon,

Your 2014 Leadership Team,
Pegg, Melva and Jan

"Wherever you go...no matter what the weather...bring your own sunshine." (...Anthony J D'Angelo)  In this wonderful Ladies League group, that indeed seems like a philosophy we try to live by!

Ladies are reminded to call the Pro Shop (824.1100) by 5:00 p.m. each Tuesday to sign up.  Golf starts at 5:30 p.m. sharp each Wednesday (unless ladies are notified otherwise).  Many stay after golf and dine in Upper Talons, when the evening’s winners are announced by Pro Craig Smith.

Click here for 2014 Ladies League Guidelines


Primetimers

What?
The Primetimers is Eagle Pointe's senior league.  The Primetimers typically play 18 holes and the games differ from week to week.  Once a month, the Primetimers take a trip to a neighboring golf course.  If you wish to play be sure to sign up in advance, especially for the golf trips.

When?
The Primetimers meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning during the golf season. They typically tee off between 8:00 and 10:00 a.m.

Who?
Participation is open to anyone, whether you are a golf member of Eagle Pointe or not.  In fact, we encourage those who are not members to participate.

Where?
The Primetimers meet at the Eagle Pointe Clubhouse.  They typically play 18 holes.

How Much?
Members:  FREE depending upon member status
Non-members: $20 Mon. & Wed., $36 Fri

Fees include 18 holes with a cart


Hit 'n' Giggle

What?
Hit 'n' Giggle is a 9 hole couples league and a great way to spend your Sunday afternoon.  There is no committment, so just come when you can.  We do ask that you sign up by noon on Sunday so that we can get a good idea of how many people will be participating.

When?
Hit 'n' Giggle starts every Sunday evening during the golf season.  Tee off typically starts at 5:00 so plan to arrive no later than 4:45 p.m.

Who?
Hit 'n' Giggle is open to members and non-members.  In fact, we encourage those who are not members to participate.  If you do not have a partner and wish to play please call as we should be able to pair you up with another golfer.

Where?
Hit 'n' Giggle meets at the Eagle Pointe Clubhouse.  We typically shotgun start off of the front 9 but will also occasionally play the back 9.  Following the round, an optional dinner and awards are presented in Talons Restaurant.

How Much?
Members:  FREE depending upon member status
Non-members:  $15

Fees include 9 holes with a cart


Create Your Own League

Do you have a large group that likes to play once a week?
If so start your own league at Eagle Pointe Golf Resort and qualify for league rates!

To start your own league, and qualify for league prices you must meet the following guidelines:

  • Have at least 15 golfers per night
  • Tee off at or after 5:00 p.m.

Choose to play on Monday, Thursday, Friday, or Saturday.
Select how many and what dates to have your league.

For more information or to reserve your own league, email jacobking@eaglepointe.com.

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