FAQ

Individual Net

Each player records their gross score per hole.  Total gross score minus handicap, determines net score.  Lowest net score will determine winners.

 

Team Net

Each player records his gross score for each hole.  The Team Net Score is calculated by adding the final Net scores of all four players.  Lowest Team Net Score will determine winners.

Teams with three players will be assigned a ghost player.

 

Four Man Team Net Best Ball

Each player records both his gross score and net score for each hole.  The lowest net score among the four players for each hole will be recorded as the Team Score for that hole.  Lowest total Team Score (best Net of four on each hole) will determine winners.

NOTE:  Record each player’s gross score for handicap purposes.

 

Member/Member Team Net (2 player)

Option 1:  Members pick their own partners.  All players will record their gross score for each hole.   At the end of the round, each player’s net will be added together for the Team Net Score.  Winners will be determined by the lowest team net score.

Option 2:  Members pick their own partners.  All players will record their gross score for each hole.  Also for each hole, calculate the lowest net for each hole for the two member team.  Enter one score (low net of the pair) as the Team Score for each hole.   Winners will be determined by the lowest Team Score.

3,2,1 Team Game

Each player will record both his gross score and net score on each hole.  On par 3’s, the three lowest net scores will be counted for the team score.  On par 4’s, the two lowest net scores will be counted for the team score.  On par 5’s, only the lowest net score will be counted for the team score. The team’s score for each hole will be recorded on a separate line. Winners will be determined by lowest team score for the 18-hole round.

Teams with three players will be assigned a ghost player.

 

Stableford Points with Hurdle (Individual/Team)

The object of the game is to accumulate points on each hole based on your gross score relative to par.  In a hurdle event, points are determined as follows:

 

Triple bogey:   -1 point

Double bogey:  0 points

Bogey:  +1 point

Par:  +2 points

Birdie:  +4 point

Eagle:  + 8 points

 

A player’s hurdle is equal to 36 minus his handicap.  For example, a player with a 16 handicap would have a hurdle of 20 (36 – 20).  If that player earned 25 Stableford points on a particular round, his Stableford score for that day would be 5 (25-20).  A player whose accumulated Stableford points equaled his hurdle would have a Stableford score of 0 (zero).  A player who accumulated fewer Stableford points than his hurdle would have a negative Stableford score for the round.

Participants in an individual Stableford event are ranked in point order from high to low.  Prizes are awarded to the players with the highest Stableford scores.

In team Stableford play, points accumulated/totals by the team members (relative to their respective hurdles)  for the team score.  Prizes are awarded to the teams with the highest point totals.

 

Money Ball Team Game

Each team will be given one or two “Money Balls”.  The team members will rotate playing the “Money Ball”.  The team will decide the order of playing the “Money Ball”, but once decided the order cannot change.   Each player will record his own score gross score.

A separate scoring line will be record for the “Money Ball” score.  The score recorded for the “Money Ball” will be the “net score” for the one playing the “Money Ball”.

Winners will be the team with the lowest “Money Ball” score.

Single “Money Ball” – if the “Money Ball” is lost, the team is OUT OF THE MONEY.

Two “Money Balls” – lose one ball, add 5 strokes to the final “Money Ball” score. If both “Money Balls” are lost, the team is out of the “Money”.

Note 1: If no team returns with a “Money Ball” winners will be decided by how many holes the “Money Ball” was played and the score attained.  i.e. if only one team finished 17 holes with a “Money Ball”, they are the winners. If two teams finished 17 holes, lowest of the two will be the winner.  Places paid will be based on number of players.

Note 2: Record your gross score for every hole for handicap purposes.

Note 3: Searching for the “Money Ball” is limited to 3 minutes, per  USGA Rules.

 

Four Man Team Scramble

Each player hits a tee shot. Players decide which shot they like best. All players then play from within one club length of that spot. (i.e. pick up/move other shots to best shot location without moving from playing condition (cannot move out of hazard, rough to fairway, etc.).  After all players have hit, the players decide which of the second shots they prefer and repeat the process. This continues until the hole out.   Order of play does not matter.

Note: one club length does not apply on the putting green.

Each team must use at least one tee shot from each player on both the front and back.

 

Four Man Team Scramble – Modified

Each player hits a tee shot. Players decide which shot they like best. All players then play from that spot. Play within one club length of selected spot without moving from playing condition (cannot move out of hazard, rough to fairway, etc.).  From that point, each player plays his OWN shot–put differently, you play from the location of the best tee shot only; you play your own ball afterwards.

On Par 3’s each player plays his own ball from tee through hole out.

 

Template Game

A template will be placed over each scorecard and one player’s score will be selected for each hole using the template.  It is important the names of each team player be listed on the scorecard.  Names in the foursome can be listed in any order.  Teams will evenly matched by handicap into two flights.  Payouts will be three teams in each flight, depending on total players.