Last Week of the Season Before the Playoffs !
Scheduled Matches for July 20:
- Blackhawk at Castlewood
- Orinda at Contra Costa/Diablo
- Olympic at Lake Merced - Playoff implications
- San Jose at La Rinconada - Division championship match
- Ruby Hill at Silver Creek
- Marin at Claremont
- Santa Rosa at Meadow
- Palo Alto at Los Altos - Division championship match
- Stanford at Sharon Heights
These are the top 11 teams on July 6.
Scores & Score Sheets from July 13 (week 8)
- Palo Alto Hills 23.5 at Sharon Heights 12.5
- Stanford at Saratoga (No score submitted)
- Claremont at Meadow Club (No score submitted)
- Ruby Hill forfeits at San Jose
- Olympic Club 24 at Half Moon Bay 12
- Lake Merced 19.5 at Peninsula 16.5
- Blackhawk at Orinda (No score submitted)
- Castlewood 1.5 at Crow Canyon 34.5
These were the top eight teams on June 29
Score Sheets from July 6 (week #7)
- Saratoga 7.5 at Los Altos 28.5
- Stanford 4 at Palo Alto Hills 32
- Marin 21.5 at Meadow Club 14.5
- Silver Creek Valley 4 at La Rinconada 32
- Peninsula 14 at Olympic Club 22
- Lake Merced 21 at Green Hills 15
- Castlewood 33 at Blackhawk 3
- Contra Costa/Diablo 18 (lost) at Crow Canyon 18 (won)
Score Sheets from June 29 (week #6)
- La Rinconada won by Ruby Hill forfeit
- Claremont 7.5 at Santa Rosa 28.5
- Half Moon Bay 14.5 at Green Hills 21.5
- Crow Canyon 34 at Orinda 2
- Meadow Club 2.5 at Marin 33.5
- Saratoga 6.5 at Palo Alto Hills 29.5
- Sharon Heights 19.5 at Stanford 16.5
- San Jose 28.5 at Silver Creek Valley 7.5
- Contra Costa/Diablo wins at Blackhawk by forfeit
Score Sheets from June 22 (week #5)
- Saratoga 13 at Stanford 23
- La Rinconada 13.5 at San Jose 22.5
- Orinda 7 at Blackhawk 29
- Silver Creek Valley Wins by Ruby Hill's Forfeit
- Green Hills 13.5 at Olympic Club 22.5
- Half Moon Bay 9.5 at Peninsula 26.5
- Santa Rosa 6 at Marin 30
- Castlewood 3.5 at Contra Costa/Diablo 32.5
Score Sheets from June 15 (week #4)
- Los Altos 12 at Palo Alto Hills 24
- Marin 25.5 at Santa Rosa 10.5
- La Rinconada 26 at Silver Creek Valley 10
- San Jose wins at Ruby Hill by forfeit.
- Green Hills 19 at Peninsula 17
- Lake Merced 12.5 at Olympic Club 23.5
- Crow Canyon 23.5 at Contra Costa/Diablo 12.5
- Meadow Club 16.5 at Claremont 19.5
- Orinda 0.5 at Castlewood 35.5
Score Sheets from June 8 (week #3)
- Los Altos 19 at Stanford 17
- Sharon Heights 18 (wins) at Saratoga 18
- Claremont 8.5 at Santa Rosa 27. 5
- Ruby Hill forfeits to La Rinconada
- Silver Creek Valley 8 at San Jose 28
- Green Hills 27 at Half Moon Bay 9
- Peninsula 31 at Lake Merced 5
- Contra Costa/Diablo 35.5 at Orinda 0.5
- Crow Canyon 18.5 at Castlewood 17.5
Score Sheets from June 1 (week #2)
- Sharon Heights 7.5 at Los Altos 28.5
- Claremont forfeits to Marin
- Meadow Club 6.5 at Santa Rosa 29.5
- Half Moon Bay 0 at Lake Merced 36
- Blackhawk 2 at Crow Canyon 34
Score Sheets From May 25 (week #1)
- Olympic 17 at Green Hills 19
- Palo Alto Hills 29.5 at Saratoga 6.5
- Los Altos 23 at Sharon Heights 13
- Peninsula 34 at Half Moon Bay 2
2019 PLAYOFF RULES MODIFICATIONS
- Eight teams will make the Playoffs, determined as follows:
- Division Champions: Within each of the five division, the team with the highest number of Wins (including wins by forfeit).
- Tie-Breaker for Teams within a division who are tied with the same Win - Loss record: The winner of the head to head match(es) between the two tied teams. If still tied, then the net point differential between the two teams in their head to head matches. If still tied, then the average higher points scored within their division, If still tied, then by coin flip.
- Seeding: The division champion team with the best Win/Loss record will be seeded #1. Any division champions whose W/L records are tied, the tie(s) will be broken by using the higher average points scored by each club throughout the season (i.e. all six matches, but excluding any forfeited matches from the computation). If there is still a tie after that, then by flip of a coin.
- At-Large Teams Selection: The three (3) at large bids will be determined first by overall Win/Loss record across the five divisions (excluding the division champions in each division) and then by higher average points scored by each club throughout the season (i.e. all six matches, but excluding any forfeited matches from the computation). If there is still a tie after that, then by a flip of a coin.
We are especially pleased to announce that the Bay Cities Junior Golf League's championship trophy is now named in honor of Chris Woodward!
Chris was an active member, officer and director of Bay Cities for nearly 20 years. He tragically passed away while on a business trip. As an avid golfer, a walker, and a traditionalist to the core values which golf brings to daily life, Chris leaves a legacy of commitment and dedication to youth sports and especially to Bay Cities League of Junior Golfers. We are honored and proud to name the League's championship trophy after him.
Bay Cities League of Junior Golfers is the nation's premier junior golf league. It consists of 28 private and semi-private golf clubs in the greater San Francisco Bay Area that range in location from Half Moon Bay and Olympic Club in the West, Santa Rosa C. C. to the North, Crow Canyon to the East, and Pasatiempo and Silver Creek Valley C.C. to the South. These clubs are all among the top ranked and most highly admired golf courses in California. At least four courses were designed by Alister MacKenzie (Meadow, Pasatiempo, Green Hills and Claremont), as well as Donald Ross (Peninsula) heritage.
Our co-ed junior players range in ages from 7 through 21 (there is no lower age limit). Many of the juniors are the children and grand-children of club members, but most clubs encourage participation by non-member juniors living in the community, reaching out to those who would otherwise not have the opportunity to participate in such a junior golf program. Our coaches are all volunteers.
Bay Cities junior players are young men and women who compete because of their love of the game, their desire to learn and improve their skills, and because they find truth and respect in good, fair competition. As they grow and develop, they comprise some of the top-ranked junior and amateur players in the country. Some go on to college level golf, and some have become stars on the PGA, LPGA, and other tours. All have gone on to enduring friendships with not only their teammates, but also with their playing opponents. Our juniors golfers add fresh and energetic enthusiasm to the game of golf and to their home clubs.
~ Glynn Falcon, former League president