Not really. I will say this however and get it off my chest.
We have inter-club matches each spring, they're called GAP matches. Clubs in Philly, Jersey, and the Lehigh Valley participate, as it's Philly-based. It's supposed to be a fairly prestigious spring league consisting of highly competitive clubs, both public and private. We compete against clubs like Merion, Aronimink, Philadelphia Cricket Club, etc... big-time private clubs. It's a series of 3 matches each spring, 18-hole matches.
And at that time of the year (late March/early April) trust when I say that you could be playing in a weekend match in sub-freezing temperatures. But it's supposed to be a pretty big deal, an "honor" to represent your club to participate in these team events.
For two consecutive seasons now, I've heard nothing about the results following the conclusion of the last match of the series.
How difficult is it for the head pro, who coordinates these matches, to email the results to the club members? Not that difficult, especially at that time of year when little else is going on.
I'm not playing anymore. As much as I look forward to the opportunity to play some ultra nice clubs down around Philly each spring, it's a huge hassle, especially given that these events go on rain or shine, and that quite frankly the people coordinating them don't give two shits about keeping their home teams apprised of the team standings. If it was really that big of a deal, they'd act like it.
And considering that some of us have had to travel 90+ minutes to get to these venues (if we're playing on the away team that week) - it's also an all-day affair. I've come to the conclusion that it's no longer worth the effort.
So in a roundabout way, I feel your pain.