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Morning all!

My home golf club had its early bird competition this morning held at 4:30 in the morning in texas scramble format!

Me and my 3 other partners set a new low record round for scramble of 49.3!!!!! (par 70)
We didnt miss a putt all morning the greens were running so true! We had 1 par, 16 birdies and an eagle!

Who else finds texas scramble a good laugh when your playing well?

That is all :D
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Texas scramble? What is that? I know it's net, but how are the shots figured out. I have seen a net 39 in a scramble by a team that totally bagged their handicaps.
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Morning all!

Great result, congratulations! Net or scr?

What I'm really curious about is how long did the round last? Golf carts or not?
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Texas scramble? What is that? I know it's net, but how are the shots figured out. I have seen a net 39 in a scramble by a team that totally bagged their handicaps.

Texas scramble is where you pick the best shot from each position until the ball is in the hole basically!

We had 4 in our team, we have to add all our handicaps together then divide it by 10 to get 10% allowance then minus from gross score! 39? jesus thts taking the proverbial!
Great result, congratulations! Net or scr?

Cheers lad!

That was nett score! Then minus 10% of our total handicap! My home course is a 130 year old links course and no buggies are allowed on so its walk or walk! Took us just short of 3hrs 30mins to get round 18 holes!
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