I really like
bingo, bongo, bango.
It is a ton of fun because golfers good and bad can enjoy the round.
Basically here is how you play.
Each hole has 3 awards called Bingo, Bongo, and Bango.
Bingo is earned by the first person to reach the green (ie the person who hits the green from the furthest away)
Bongo is once everybody is on the green, it is the person closest to the hole (but it doesn't matter where they got on from
Bango is the person who sinks the longest putt (chipping in automatically wins this one)
The benefit is that good golfers tend to get on the green from further away, but the not so good golfers tend to get on from a little closer so they generally are the last to get on, but have a good idea of how close they have to get etc.
If we have a 3 some, we generally do $10 a guy for 18 holes. Each point ends up being worth $.50 and the player with the most points wins the extra money (some points go unearned like on par 3s we don't play the first on)
Most of the time, most players only end up losing around $4 or $5. Its a ton of fun.
Another game that we have played (but I can't remember the name) is guess your score. It helps to have a course that everybody has already played (or nobody has played) you pick your score and you pick a dollar amount (nassau works here just fine) and you can't go UNDER that score.
In other words, if its your favorite course and you typically shoot 90 on that course, you would say 88, if you say end up shooting 86, you had a great round, but you can't win money. To prevent sand bagging, starting on the 12th or 14th hole, you can't take worse than double bogey for your score (for the game)
These games allow everybody to play regardless of handicap, which I like because I play with a variety of skill levels.