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2017 Golf Tournament Format

Tournament Format

Captain's Choice
Everyone tees off, the team chooses the drive they want to use, and everyone plays from there.

This continues with each shot until the ball is holed.

  • Teams must use everyone’s drive at least twice during the round
  • You can improve your lie anywhere on the golf course, by moving it one club length
  • You must keep your ball in a similar condition – if you’re in the rough, hazard, fringe, etc., you must keep it in that condition.
  • Record your team scores on the scorecard, and turn them in at the end of the round 
  • Maximum team score per hole is a bogey – pick up after that
  • For tournament play, there will be a bogey scoring maximum on each hole. The Team who has not completed a hole once they have reached a bogey score should pick up their ball, regardless of where the ball is located, and record a bogey score on their scorecard for that hole.
  • The bogey maximum score for each hole would equate to:
         Par 3 holes - Maximum score recorded would be 4
         Par 4 holes - Maximum score recorded would be 5
         Par 5 holes - Maximum score recorded would be 6
  • If you are playing in a group with less than four people, you will rotate who will take the fourth attempt at each shot throughout the hole
  • No Mulligans: Play the ball where it lies
  • Men will play from white tees (Wolfpack tees); Ladies from the women's tees (pink ribbon)
  • Closest to the Pin Contest on Holes #2, #6, #8, #14 and #17.
  • Longest Drive Contest on Holes #11 and #15.
  • Prizes will be awarded after play, and raffle prizes can be picked up at the prize table after play is complete.

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