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  1. I played my 1st big Charity Golf Tournament today in Dodge City, Kansas. ( Maraiah Hills ) 36 teams of 4 with a shotgun start. It was a 4 man scramble. We finished 8 under with a 63. The winner was a 55 with 16 under. We did, however, finish in the bottom of the Championship Flight. It was a blast. I managed to play very well by keeping my ball in the fairway and letting the others go for longer drives. I also made two birdie putts. We were Doing very well until we stopped for lunch and lost our momentum. It was a blast. I still came away with several freeb
  2. Rahm (68): A scratch wouldn't break 80 - or 90 “They should allow people, whoever wants to play, to come tomorrow in the same conditions we [played] in,” Rahm said Saturday. After telling us that a scratch golfer wouldn't break 80, which he then amended to 90, at Muirfield Village, Jon Rahm said this: Dude.
  3. Hey folks. I am organizing the third S.H.I.T. (slice and hook invitational tournament). It is an 18 hole scramble format, and I am looking for input. Last time we got together, we had a new face, and he is much better than the rest of the golfers. Nice guy, he is just a 3 handicap or something. His team won by 7 strokes. I want to introduce some rules to curb his advantage. The format this time will probably be 3-somes, 15-20 players. I am thinking about simply requiring that each player's drive be used at least twice per nine holes or that the player whose drive is selected can not
  4. At our club we occasionally have a scramble game involving both the men's and ladies clubs. Meant to be just a fun thing although a small amount of money is tossed in the pot for prizes. The dilemma is how to set up the pairings so that the foursomes are as equal in ability as possible ... so the same people don't win all the time. Usually the organizer makes a list of the participants in order of handicap ... a list of the ladies and a list of the men. Foursomes are 2 ladies and 2 men as much as possible (depending on who shows up). Then there is a step-by-step matchup starting w
  5. Fresh off the Newport Cup, one has a new or renewed appreciation of team golf and team games. So what does everyone prefer? And if you rarely or never play a team game, what seems like the most interesting and fun format? I think alternate shot is the ultimate team game. You and your partner are totally dependent upon each other. It was especially fun for me on the 2nd day when @cipher and I managed to claw our way to a tie (1.5 to 1.5) in the foursomes match. Each of us had some obvious weaknesses but we used our relative strengths to cobble together a game that salvaged a tie. Bef
  6. Not sure if this is governed by the rules of golf or not, so please feel free to move the post if necessary. Situation: Friend of mine has never scored less than 100 on the course we always play. He was given a HCP of 33 for the scores submitted, but a because max HCP used in a tournament is 28 that's what he played with during the scramble that we ended up shooting a net 62 which we ended up coming in second. Last week we play in the stroke play tournament and his HCP is reduced to 25 for the tournament, (which I still don't think makes sense) but they used the excuse that he just
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