Uncle Woody Tournament

Saturday Oct 3rd, 2020

 68 players, 1 flight of 17 teams with 4 players

 

Format:  Modified Scramble with mixed foursomes.

Ø  On Each hole, One Player will be Uncle Woody and play his own ball for Gross score.

Remember, the Uncle Woody player plays his ball down like real golf (no fluffing the lie).

Ø  His three Partners will play a 3-Man Scramble for their score.

Ø  Team score on each hole is the sum of Uncle Woody’s and the team scramble score….

EXCEPT on #9 & #18 which will be played as a 4-man scramble and therefore only one score recorded.

 

Know the holes you are playing as “Uncle Woody”

They are shaded on your scorecard

 

A plays the 4 hardest handicap rated holes from the Iron tees. (#2, 5, 11, 14)

       (Since this is a friendly tournament, we do not want to stress higher handicap A players from the Copper tees).

B plays handicap 5-8 holes from the Iron tees. (#4, 7, 10, 13)

C plays handicap 9-12 holes from the Silver tees. (#1, 3, 12, 16)

D plays handicap 13-16 holes from the Silver tees. (#6, 8, 15, 17)

The 9th holes from each side are removed from the handicap consideration.

In the scramble group:

   A & B always play from the Iron tees.

   C & D always plays from Silver tees.

 

On holes #9 & #18 ALL PLAYERS PLAY THE HOLE AS a 4-MAN SCRAMBLE

 

Look here for scorecard, cup, and bunker information.

 

SCORECARDS

 

On holes 1-8 or 10-17 record the Uncle Woody score, scramble score and the team total. On holes 9 & 18 the scramble score and team total (they should be the same!!) Please enter scores into Golf Genius.

 

PAYOUTS (68x$20=$1360 + $800 = $2160 for 1 flight)

8 places – $ depends on number of players

(Because so many teams in one flight, payout is closer together.)

1st Place - $460 per team (money depends on number of players in the field)

2nd Place - $380 per team

3rd Place - $320 per team

4th Place - $280 per team

5th Place - $240 per team

6th Place - $200 per team

7th Place - $160 per team

8th Place - $120 per team

 

 

POP - Remember to keep pace with the group in front of you – the first player to hit in your foursome should be ready to swing as soon as the coast is clear!