Golf Scramble, 2 person
- The event will be a 9-hole, 2-person scramble event.
- A scramble means that both team members tee off on each hole and then decide which
tee shot they like the best and mark the spot with a tee or ball marker.
- The other team member picks up their ball and places it within one club length (no
closer to the hole) of the marked spot. Each team member hits their next shot from
the chosen spot of the prior shot.
- This procedure is followed on every shot for the remainder of the hole, including
putts. The ball should be marked on the putting green also.
- Putts need to be made within 3 inches of the marked spot (no closer to the hole).
The first ball to go in the hole is counted for the team score.
- If the ball you choose to play is in a hazard (sand, water, etc.), the rough, or out
of bounds, you can not drop the ball outside of the hazard or rough even if relief
is within one club length away.
- Each team must use at least one of each team members tee shots.
- Men tee off from the white tees and women from the red tees.
- Please smooth all marks made in Sand Bunkers.
- Leave the putting green as soon as you have holed out.
- Do not play until the players in front of you are out of range.
- Balls may be cleaned on the green, and ball marks repaired prior to putting. You may
not repair spike marks prior to putting.
- Please observe all local course rules.
Closest to the Pin
If your tee shot is closest to the Pin/Hole, write your name on the marker card and
place the marker in the ground on the spot where your ball came to rest. Once the
marker has been placed in the ground, it should stay there until someone else hits
a closer shot. Use the flagstick as a measuring rod if it is a close call. Then,
that person should repeat the procedure of writing their name on the card below the
other name(s) and place the marker at the spot.
If your drive is the longest and over 150 yards in length, write your name on the
marker card and place the marker in the ground on the spot where your ball lays. Once
the marker has been placed in the ground, it should stay there until someone else
makes a drive longer than yours. Then, that person should repeat the procedure of
writing their name on the card below the other name(s) and place the marker at the