Games

Orange (or Pink) Ball:  Popped cards. The orange (or pink) ball rotates among the foursome, changing after each hole. 2 balls scored on each hole. One of those scores must be the net score of the player hitting the orange (or pink) ball. The other score is the low net score among the other three team members. All foursomes must come in with the orange (or pink) ball to be in the tournament.

Par Point:  Popped cards. Stableford method.

  • Double or more – 0 points
  • Bogie – 1 point
  • Par – 2 points
  • Birdie – 3 points
  • Eagle – 5 points

Easter Parade:  4-person teams. Popped cards. Net score of designated Easter object/character (Bunny, Basket, Chicken, or Egg) plus best net ball of the other three tams members. Players will draw for their assigned object/character.
Bunny           holes 1, 5, 9, 13
Basket          holes 2, 6, 10, 14
Chicken        holes 3, 7, 11, 15
Egg               holes 4, 8, 12, 16
holes 17 & 18, two best net balls of the foursome

Three, Two, One Best Ball:  Apply handicap strokes as they fall. Score: Total of the three best balls on Par 3’s; total of the two best balls on Par 4.

Best Nine Consecutive Holes:  Play a regular round of golf. Total NET scores for best nine consecutive holes.

“T” & “F” Holes:  Total net scores from all holes that start with a “T” or an “F”.

Low Putts:  Keep track of the number of putts for each player. At the end of the round, the player with the fewest number of putting strokes wins.

Two Best Balls:  Play a team game of two best balls.

Mystery Partner:  Each player scores an individual score card with only their gross and net scores for each hole. The foursome will also keep two additional score cards with all four payers’ gross scores. After the foursome checks all of the cards, the individual and two foursome cards are turned in to the score keepers. Once all the score cards are tuned in, Tournament will randomly select two individual score cards at a time until all cards have been selected and will return the cards to the sets of payers, now designated as Mystery partners”. the net lower score between the two Mystery Partners for each hole is determined and then totaled for the net game score for each set of Mystery partners. If there is an odd number of players there will be a blind draw for a partner.