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I'd like to celebrate the great scorecards we see in golf. What's great about this is whether the course is top 50 in the world or barely makes the top 50 within 50 miles of you, it can have a great scorecard. Let's try to keep these to scorecards we have for ourselves, or at least courses we've played, and limit the number of photos of scorecards we get off the Internet. Rules are simple: Post a photo of the scorecard. Talk about what makes it great, in your opinion. Assign the scorecard a number grade - 1 to 10 - where 5 is truly average. You may use a single decimal point. That's it. I'll start with Rolling Rock Club, a VERY private and rarely played course in the Pittsburgh area: First, the scorecard inside is austere, simple, etc. There are six lines for writing - the ideal number, IMO, because you can keep track of a foursome and still have two lines for wagering. The grouping of three and three is nice as well, as it clearly separates the teams, or lets you play two individual matches against each other using the top and bottom row of the three plus the middle line for scoring. The front could not be much better. Maybe ditch the double border. I like austerity in a scorecard. The back, well, I don't really need to be told that USGA Rules Govern Play, who the head pro is, to be reminded to repair ball marks, etc. It's also not a Local Rule, so don't put it there. Put the Local Rules and the Course Ratings/Slope. and for goodness sake, rate the course for women from the whites and even the Blues. And rate it for men from the Reds. Overall Grade: 8.7.
With the six-foot-putt challenge, we also have the "opposite swing" challenge (kinda), and the flop shot catch challenge. So I'm thinking maybe we should have a separate awards category for "Challenges." I'd like to create a standard background for the award (a circle or square, probably) on which we could put an image showing the specific challenge. The standard background would make it obvious that it's a challenge, with the unique part highlighting what specific challenge it is. Any ideas?
Long story short… http://www.girlygolfer.com makes custom putter headcovers, and I'm writing a review of the process and product. I've designed one headcover for @NatalieB but would like to design a second. Between 5SK, LSW, Evolvr, Golf Evolution, TST, Analyzr… and one or two other things that I'm probably forgetting (I volunteer for WPGA and am associated now with the USGA, perhaps…), I can't figure out how to design the second headcover. So I'm going to have a contest. The process is simple. Download the template: http://www.girlygolfer.com/pdf/DCC-BladePutter-Template.pdf. Design your idea for a headcover for me. Color it, etc. Submit your idea by November 10th by posting it in this thread. I'll judge your submissions and, if it wins, you'll get to design your own custom putter headcover courtesy of myself and TST.