Indoor Golf League Details

Pro Performance Golf Academy Indoor Golf League

League Play

  • January 21st– March 31st
  • $150 Advance League Dues or $16.50 Green Fee per week per player
  • $2.50 per player paid towards prize pool weekly, included in dues/weekly fee.
  • 9 hole, total handicapped score, heads up competition

Tee times are required for all league play

  • Register online to reserve your time each week, please state you are participating in league play in the notes. If you would like to schedule a specific tee time each week please let us know your preferred day and time when you register. We will do our best to accommodate, but it is not guaranteed.

Simulator Rules

  • All players must wash their clubs prior to each round. Any dirt on either will transfer to the screen. Players will be provided a brand new Titleist golf ball for each round.
  • No cleats may be worn while using the simulator.
  • No food or drink in the hitting area.
  • Only hit from the designated hitting area.  Wedges must be played from the forward mat.


  • Handicap will be based on the first 5 rounds. The handicap formed from the first 5 rounds will be applied to matches 1-5. After week 5, the handicap will be adjusted each week.
  • After all players have an established handicap, teams will be put into divisions based on a team handicap. Size and number of divisions will be determined after the final number of teams is established.
  • Handicaps are based on league rounds only.


  • Teams will be made up of two players.
  • Each team will play one 9 hole round per week.  League rounds may be played at anytime but must be completed by the deadline provided.  Example: Week 1 matches begin January 24th2019.  Week 1 matches must be completed at some point between Monday, January 21stand Sunday, January 27th.
  • Green fees may be paid in advance ($150 per player) or may be paid weekly ($16.50 per player). 


  • (1) 9 hole match will be scheduled each week.
  • All players will play from the Member or Tournament tees.  Yardages average 3100 yards per match.
  • Players may play as far as two rounds ahead. Example: Gregory needs to go out of town and will not have access to our simulator for two weeks. He could play those rounds before he leaves to stay current. He could not miss those rounds and make them up after those rounds are closed.

Score Reporting

  • You are required to write your score down on a scorecard. Scorecards are provided each week.
  • At the end of the round, BEFORE exiting the software, ask a staff member to verify your scores on the computer with what you have written down.
  • Once approved, you will be required to sign the card and have the employee sign below.

No Mulligans will be permitted at any time

  • However, if the system has an error, please report to the staff member and they will set a mulligan for you.


  • Each two player team will compete in stroke play over nine holes.
  • Scoring is based on the team gross and team net score each week.
  • If one player from a team fails to record a score, the team forfeits that week’s match and prize eligibility.
  • All courses will be played with medium fairway and green firmness.  Green speed will be set to 10 on the stimpmeter.  Weather conditions are predetermined at league start.
  • All shots must be played from the proper mat. If a shot is played from an incorrect mat, the player is subject to a 2 stroke penalty.
  • All matches utilize auto putting.  The simulator uses distance percentage data to calculate the total number of putts. All putts 8” or closer are considered gimmes.
  • USGA rules of golf practiced where applicable.

Things to be aware of

  • Do not stand in front of the radar when a player is making swings.  Blocking the radar may prevent clear tracking of the shot and register false results.
  • Please be aware that contact with the ball while the simulator is prepared to register a shot will result in a stroke taken.  Mulligans are not allowed during play.  In the event that you accidently register a shot you must contact facility management immediately.
  • Do not leave loose golf balls in the downrange screen area.  This not only is for your safety from ricochets, but also as to not confuse the radar on what ball to track.


  • If necessary, there will be one playoff round following week 10.
  • The format of the playoff round will be Total Net (combined net scores of both players).
  • The playoff course will be the Back 9 at Interlachen Country Club.
  • All teams will play the selected course and have handicaps applied to the gross score.
  • Lowest team score after handicap will be the champion.
  • If after 9 holes 2 or more teams are tied the prize pool will be split equally.


  • Prize pool will vary depending on the size of the league.
  • Prizes are awarded for the team gross and team net score each week.  Prizes will be issued beginning in Week 6 as handicaps must be established.
  • The championship Gross and Net prizes equal $100 per team of golf simulator credit in the form of an e-Gift card to be used at each player’s discretion.
    • Gross Champions = $100 per team/ $50 per player
    • Net Champions = $100 per team/ $50 per player

League rules are subject to change and final decision is up to Pro Performance Golf Academy.