All Blue Line Golf Leagues are designed with flexible dates and times to accommodate family schedules, shift schedules, court appearances, and unforeseen overtime and call-outs. We want you to play get out, play golf, connect with yourself, your family, and friends.

The Inaugural Blue Line Golf League is scheduled for 2022 in Portland, Oregon. It is open to all active and retired Law Enforcement Officers who are Blue Line Golf Members.

On SWAT we would say "Bring Friends". We are applying that to the golf course.  Golfers are encouraged to bring other members, family, or friends to the course to connect, and verify scores.  



Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers who actively serve their community with a  municipal, county, state, or federal law enforcement agency.

Retired Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers with at least 10 years of service with a municipal, county, state, or federal law enforcement agency and were in good standing at the time of retirement.  Exceptions may be granted for LEO's that retired early due injury or other unforeseen circumstances. Blue Line Golf has sole discretion on eligibility for its members.


Local League Schedule and Rules.

Blue Line Golf generally follows United States Golf Association Rules.The local league schedules are determined by league leadership based on number of Blue Line Golf Members, and course availability.

To promote fair competition regardless of skill, Blue Line Golf uses a Modified Stableford scoring system for monthly tournaments and the main tournament based on the player's net score. As Blue Line Golf grows a more formal scoring system may be implemented for state, regional, and national events.

Non-League Events such as team best ball and scrambles will happen throughout the league season.  See event details for scoring information.

Please consult with individual league leadership for additional information.