No Pool League Tuesday - Thursday this week.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
No Pool League Tuesday - Thursday this week.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
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The purpose of leagues is to provide an opportunity for competition while always maintaining a fun, social, and overall good experience.

The type of player which would be ideal is the player who is interested in competing and enjoying the journey of the season versus the player who is only focused on winning or focused on the money aspect of the league.

The RACE GRID league:

This is a handicapped league to assist lower players with the goal to have a handicapped race between two players that results in a 50% chance of either player winning (if they perform according to their skill abilities).  The goal is to have a league where players and teams are close in skill and the win/loss is determined by who played better any given day versus a distinct skill advantage winning out.


This league doesn’t have handicaps.  Every player plays the same race.  It is a performance league.  Perform, or, know where you have to improve to perform better.  This league is intended for the higher level players.

League ‘Culture:’

The environment is one of a balance between competition and a night out for fun.  Life is now, in the moment, remember to have a great time every evening.  Competition is part of the sport, but, it is not more important than a good evening.  Most players in our leagues are experienced not only with the game itself, but equally important as well is that they are experienced in ‘group dynamics’ and how to ‘find a way to get along.’  Anyone can argue an interpretation of a rule, however one can be a nice person and find a nice way of discussing politely and finding a compromise solution that works for both sides.

Balance is the key – balance competition and playing well with others.

$$ Cash Payouts $$  ACS prides itself on paying out more than most, or all, other leagues.  Playing pool in ACS leagues pays $$$!

If you are interested in joining a league or attending tournaments, email for more information.