Hi,

Thanks for taking a look at PGLS (Perfect Golf Ladder System). We don't just have ladders here as our name seems to imply though, as we also offer tournies over varying lengths of time. Below you will find everything we have to offer and how they work. All ladders and tournies record losses and scores automatically.

If you like what you see please click here to sign up.


If you are seeing this page for the first time please take a look at the Getting Started forums ...

http://pgls.golfladders.co.uk/forums/viewforum.php?f=17

which contains a lot of useful information. If you are still stuck please ask away in the General Discussion forum. We will be glad to help.

A full set of PGLS rules are available by clicking here.



The M & G chatroom is used for practically all ladders and tournies available here at PGLS. This provides realtime chatting for setting up of matches and there are a lot of options on the look and feel of it, one of which is setting your Status (eg PGLS 9) so players know who may be looking for a certain match. The etiquette in M & G is if you request a match, you also need to host it in the Perfect Golf game. We also run 3 weekly events via M & G, which are detailed below.



createAgame © PGLS 2017 is where you can create a games library for every PGLS ladder currently avaialable, invite other players to join it and at the end have your game automatically recorded to whatever ladder it was designed for.



By default you are not automatically added to any of the following PGLS ladders and will need to check these settings in PGLS Participation accessible from the main menu above, once you have signed up to PGLS.

Please note there is an exception to the above. The Alternate 9 ladder just requires you to play a match to be added to the ladder and therefore is not listed on the above page.

To see what each ladder looks like click on its logo. Each ladder has a corresponding forum where you can post any questions.



The PGLS 9 and PGLS 18 ladders are a ranking system based on you playing against other players in a Stroke play ladder over 9 holes. You move up and down the ladder based on how well you do (or do not do) against these other players.

The Match 9 and Match 18 ladders are a ranking system based on you playing against other players in a Match play ladder over 9 holes. You move up and down the ladder based on how well you do (or do not do) against these other players.

The format of the Alternate 9 ladder is 2 v 2 played in either Alternate Shot Team Match Play or Alt Shot Stroke Play and is for matches between teams of 2 players where you play for the benefit of seeing your team rise to the top of the ladder.




By default you are not automatically added to any of the following PGLS tournies and will need to check these settings in PGLS Participation accessible from the main menu above, once you have signed up to PGLS. To see what each tourney looks like click on its logo. Each tourney has a corresponding forum where you can post any questions.

Please note there is an exception to the above. The PairUp 9 ladder just requires you to play a match to be added to the ladder and therefore is not listed on the above page.



The PG Classics tourney is where you play 4 rounds of 18 holes using your PGLS Handicap. Once you are signed up there are various sections at the top which will take you to different areas of this tourney, including the Course / Conditions used for that fortnight.

The PGA 9 and PGA 18 tournies are where you play 4 rounds of 9 / 18 holes for a chance to be in the Top 50 so you can earn yourself some Order of Merit points !! Once you are signed up to these tournies there are various sections at the top which will take you to different areas of that tourney, including the Course / Conditions used for that week.

The Hazard 9 tourney is a weekly tourney where you play 4 rounds of 9 holes using the Individual Hazard Golf game type for a chance to be in the Top 50 so you can earn yourself some Order of Merit points !! Once you are signed up for this tourney there are various sections at the top which will take you to different areas of that tourney, including the Course / Conditions used for that week.

The Stableford 9 tourney is a weekly tourney where you play 4 rounds of 9 holes using the Stableford scoring system for a chance to be in the Top 50 so you can earn yourself some Order of Merit points !! Once you are signed up for this tourney there are various sections at the top which will take you to different areas of that tourney, including the Course / Conditions used for that week.


The PairUp 9 tourney is a 13 day tourney where you play 4 rounds of 9 holes in a 2 person team using the Alt Shot Stroke Play format for a chance to be in the Top 50 so you can earn yourself some Order of Merit points !!

The Tough Stuff 9 tourney is a weekly tourney where you play 4 rounds of 9 holes using the Stroke play format for a chance to be in the Top 50 so you can earn yourself some Order of Merit points !! This tourney is not for namby pambie or lily livered players. You have been warned! Once you are signed up for this tourney there are various sections at the top which will take you to different areas of that tourney, including the Course / Conditions used for that week.

The Skillz (CTP 9) tourney is a weekly tourney where you play 4 rounds of 9 holes using the Challenge tees. This is a fun tourney only and as a result no Order of Merit points are given for this tourney. Once you are signed up for this tourney there are various sections at the top which will take you to different areas of that tourney, including the Course / Conditions used for that week.

The PGLS Open is where to begin with you play 2 rounds of 18 holes, which need to be played in the first 14 days of the month. If you make the cut then you play another 2 rounds of 18 holes for the chance to be the Monthly Champion!!

The Presidents Cup is as its name suggests based on the real one played every 2 years.

The Ryder Cup is as its name suggests based on the real one played every 2 years.

The It's a Knockout tournies are as its name suggests Knockout tournies where you play matches and the winners go through to the next round until there is only 1 player / team left. All players taking part meet in the Its_a_knockout channel of the M & G chatroom at the appropriate time prior to the tourney starting.




PGLS is free and we will never ask any of our players for money. However we have been asked to provide a way to donate towards the cost of running PGLS which you can do below via PayPal.