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From http://www.golfchannel.com/shotmakers: And some more information can be found here: http://www.golfchannel.com/article/press-releases/shotmakers-new-golf-channel-competition-topgolf-set-premiere-monday-april-9-0/ It's like a golf competition in front of a live studio audience. Looks like it will be fun to watch.
I just competed in my 26th consecutive City Championship (one year the tournament was not held as the course was undergoing renovation). It is a three-day stroke play tournament with the final day flighted (8 flights) based on the prior two days’ results. At no time during those 26 tournaments did I ever have a chance to win the championship; I continue to play as a challenge to myself. We get all kinds of players looking to see how they will do under three days of tournament pressure. This year’s winner, a former pro baseball pitcher, shot +3 over the three days (70/71/78). Last pl
I have a group of 6 long-time high school friends getting together for a round of golf. Trying to think of the best way to have everyone play together in some kind of competition. Players range from 2 who shoot at around 90, 2 who are around 100, and 2 who don't play at all. More about the fun and camaraderie than about low scores for us. The course we will play at will not allow more than 4 to tee together. What would be the best way to have everyone get a chance to play with one another and keep it fun? Was thinking of 2 groups of 3 that rotate every 9 holes, playing 27 holes i
Our committee called a meeting yesterday evening to collect new ideas for the club competition schedule next season. One idea which was enthusiastically adopted was to have at least 1 9-hole competition with an unusual, "fun" format. For example, I heard about a format where, before each shot, the club to be used was drawn from a bag containing scraps of paper with the names of each club, meaning that sometimes the players were teeing off with a putter or trying to play a bunker shot with a driver! Does anyone have any ideas/experience for this kind on non-serious competition format? I'd love