The annual meeting of the Intercollegiate Golf Association was held in New York on December 22. Resolutions were passed to admit Pennsylvania to membership, to change the present scoring system to the English method and to adopt the four-year limit rule. The date for holding the annual championship was changed from fall to spring, so that the next contest will not take place until the spring of 1901.
The officers elected for the coming year were: President, Chester Griswold, Jr., Princeton; vice-president, George C. Clark, Jr., Harvard; secretary and treasurer, S. P. Nash, Jr., Columbia. The committee appointed to purchase prizes consists of S. P. Nash, Jr., Columbia; T. Markoe Robertson, Yale, and Chester Griswold, Jr., Princeton.