One of the things that makes Seabrook Island so special is the breadth of interests and talents shared by its residents. Fortunately, we have a wide variety of avenues to nurture those interests and talents. Depending on what is important to you and how you like to spend your time, you might want to check out these other groups.
Seabrook Island 9 Ball League
The Seabrook Island 9 Ball League is a 9 Ball co-ed pool league. It is a box structure league with 6 players per box. You have 6 weeks to play your five, 9 Ball matches. Play is either at The Lake House table or at the homes of players with tables, and matches are scheduled based on mutual availability. Most often 3 players get together and knock out 2 matches at a time, so essentially you need to play 3 times in 6 weeks. At the end of each 6 week league, the top two players in each box are promoted to the higher box, and the bottom 2 relegated. There are currently 6 boxes with play at all levels. Championship level play is not required. What is required is a commitment to get your 5 matches played in a 6 week period.
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