WAYNE – The final Northeast Nebraska men’s senior golf league will close out their season this week at a different location as well as new date and time.
The last outing was scheduled for Tuesday morning in Wakefield, but the Logan Valley Course will be closed. The new location will be the front nine of the Wayne Country Club and also now Wednesday, October 23 at 12:30 p.m. with it being a little warmer in the middle of the week.
There will be no lunch provided but free coffee and cookies offered.
The men’s senior golf league began in late April and featured four to five outings each month between May and September into early October with a handful of rescheduled dates.
Anyone who is 50 years plus, enjoys golf and meeting new friends are eligible as visitors from any club are always welcome. The format features a four-person scramble selected the day of the game. Teams compete for the lowest net-nine hole score adjusted according to individual handicap. Carts are provided by club members and each country club.
Fees for club members are $13 at visiting courses and $3 on home courses while non-members of any league course will be charged nine-hole green fees plus $13. Fees from all participants include $1 for prize money distributed to the top four or five teams.
Along with Wayne and Wakefield, other courses the league played on were Hartington, Laurel, Pender and Ponca.
For questions or more information, contact Darrell Miller by emailing email@example.com or call 402-375-4698.