Weekly Game Format

Please check this webpage for competition descriptions before you play.  Have someone keep a scorecard for your whole group.  As soon as play is finished, have each player in your group initial the scorecard, highlighting any birdies and eagles made, and send a picture of it to Lnbnn3@gmail.com and betholivero@gmail.com

If you play on both Thursday and Sunday in any given week, we will use your best score.


FAIRWAYS HIT (4/11 and 4/14)


Give yourself 1 point for every tee shot that ends up on the fairway.  0n par 3's, give yourself 1 point for tee shots that come to rest on the green.  First, second and third place will be awarded to those with the most points.

(4/18 and 4/21-Easter Sunday)

No official competitions this holiday week.  Make your own up if you play.

EVEN HOLES (4/25 and 4/28)

Tally your scores on even-numbered holes only for this competition.  Handicap adjustments will be made only on the holes that count.  First, second and third place points will be awarded to the lowest net and gross scorers.

ODD HOLES (5/2 and 5/5))

Mark your scores on odd numbered holes only.  First, second and third place points will be awarded to the lowest net and gross scorers on these holes.

FEWEST PUTTS (5/9 and 5/12-Mother’s Day)

First, second and third place points will be awarded to the players with the fewest putts.  Simply record the number of putts taken on a hole along with the score on that hole. Remember, only strokes taken on the putting surface (green) count as putts.  Strokes taken with your putter on the fringe or off the green do not count as putts.  For this competition only, if you have reached double par and are not yet on the green, you should pick up your ball, place it just inside the edge of the green at the point closest to where your ball lay and putt out.  If you are on the green already and have reached double par, continue putting until you hole out.

CRIER’S COMPETITION (5/16 and 5/19)

After completing your round, select 3 of your worst holes, circle them on your scorecard and reduce your score on these holes to par.  Keep in mind that in determining low net winners, handicaps will only be applied to the holes you do not select to be reduced to par.


PAR 3's and PAR 5's (5/23 and 5/26)


Count your scores on par 3's and par 5's only.  Players’ handicaps will be applied to these holes.  1st, 2nd and 3rd place points will be awarded to those with the lowest net and gross scores on these holes.



PAR 4's (5/30 and 6/2)


Count your scores on par 4's only.  Points will be awarded to lowest net and gross scorers on these holes.



STABLEFORD (6/6 and 6/9)


Points are awarded on each hole as follows: 1 point for a bogey, 2 for a par, 3 for a birdie, and 4 for an eagle.  Please note the points you achieved on each hole on your scorecard. First, second and third place points will be awarded to the players with the most Stableford points. 


FEWEST PUTTS (Wednesday 6/12 and 6/16-Father’s Day)

First, second and third place points will be awarded to the players with the fewest putts.  Simply record the number of putts taken on a hole along with the score on that hole. Remember, only strokes taken on the putting surface (green) count as putts.  Strokes taken with your putter on the fringe or off the green do not count as putts.  For this competition only, if you have reached double par and are not yet on the green, you should pick up your ball, place it just inside the edge of the green at the point closest to where your ball lay and putt out.  If you are on the green already and have reached double par, continue putting until you hole out.


PICK YOUR POISON (6/20 and 6/23)


Before play begins, circle on your scorecard one par 3, one par 4 and one par 5 to eliminate from scoring.  (These are the holes you expect to score the worst on.)  You may not alter your selections during the course of play.  In determining winning scores, handicap adjustments will be made on the 6 holes that count.  1st, 2nd and 3rd place points will be awarded to those with the lowest gross and net scores.



FIVE CLUBS ONLY (6/27 and 6/30)


Every player selects five clubs only to bring in their golf bags.  (Leave the rest in your car trunk.). A putter counts  as one club, but you may choose not to bring a putter at all.  First, second and third place points to the lowest gross and handicap-adjusted scores.



BINGO-BANGO-BONGO (7/4-Independence Day and 7/7)


This is a fun game that allows players to be competitive regardless of the difference in handicaps.


Points are earned as follows:

• first ball on the green (Bingo): 1 point

• closest to the pin once everyone is on the green (Bango): 1 point

• first ball in the hole (Bongo): 1 point 


The order of shots off the tee should be rotated among players at each hole.  (For example, if player A is first off the tee on the 1st hole, she should tee off last at the 2nd.)  Because of the nature of this competition, it is important that players fill the correct order of play.  The player who is furthest from the hole must play her shot or putt first.  First, second and third place points will be awarded to those garnering the most Bingo, Bango, Bongo points.



PUTTING COMPETITION (7/11 and 7/14)


Each player earns points for their putts as follows:

4 points for 0 putts

3 points for 1 putt

2 points for 2 putts

Zero points for 3 or more putts, or if you pick up and do not finish the hole.

Be sure you mark your putting points on each hole on your scorecard.


FAIRWAYS AND GREENS (7/18 and 7/21)


Give yourself 1 point for every tee shot that ends up on the fairway. (There are no fairways on par 3's.) Give yourself 2 points for every hole on which you make the green in regulation (from the tee box on par 3's, in 2 strokes on par 4's and in 3 strokes on par 5's). Be sure you annotate the points you earn on each hole on your scorecard (e.g., hole 1, FW=0, GR=2).


FAIRWAYS HIT (7/25 and 7/28)


Give yourself 1 point for every tee shot that ends up on the fairway.  0n par 3's, give yourself 1 point for tee shots that come to rest on the green.  First, second and third place will be awarded to those with the most points.

EVEN HOLES (8/1 and 8/4)

Tally your scores on even-numbered holes only for this competition.  Handicap adjustments will be made only on the holes that count.  First, second and third place points will be awarded to the lowest net and gross scorers.

ODD HOLES (8/8 and 8/11)

Mark your scores on odd numbered holes only.  First, second and third place points will be awarded to the lowest net and gross scorers on these holes.

FEWEST PUTTS (8/15 and 8/18)

First, second and third place points will be awarded to the players with the fewest putts.  Simply record the number of putts taken on a hole along with the score on that hole. Remember, only strokes taken on the putting surface (green) count as putts.  Strokes taken with your putter on the fringe or off the green do not count as putts.  For this competition only, if you have reached double par and are not yet on the green, you should pick up your ball, place it just inside the edge of the green at the point closest to where your ball lay and putt out.  If you are on the green already and have reached double par, continue putting until you hole out.

CRIER’S COMPETITION (8/22 and 8/25)

After completing your round, select 3 of your worst holes, circle them on your scorecard and reduce your score on these holes to par.  Keep in mind that in determining low net winners, handicaps will only be applied to the holes you do not select to be reduced to par.


PAR 3's and PAR 5's (8/29 and 9/1)


Count your scores on par 3's and par 5's only.  Players’ handicaps will be applied to these holes.  1st, 2nd and 3rd place points will be awarded to those with the lowest net and gross scores on these holes.



PAR 4's (9/5 and 9/8)


Count your scores on par 4's only.  Points will be awarded to lowest net and gross scorers on these holes.



STABLEFORD (9/12 and 9/15)


Points are awarded on each hole as follows: 1 point for a bogey, 2 for a par, 3 for a birdie, and 4 for an eagle.  Please note the points you achieved on each hole on your scorecard. First, second and third place points will be awarded to the players with the most Stableford points. 


FEWEST PUTTS (Wednesday 9/19 and 9/22)

First, second and third place points will be awarded to the players with the fewest putts.  Simply record the number of putts taken on a hole along with the score on that hole. Remember, only strokes taken on the putting surface (green) count as putts.  Strokes taken with your putter on the fringe or off the green do not count as putts.  For this competition only, if you have reached double par and are not yet on the green, you should pick up your ball, place it just inside the edge of the green at the point closest to where your ball lay and putt out.  If you are on the green already and have reached double par, continue putting until you hole out.


PICK YOUR POISON (9/26 and 9/29)


Before play begins, circle on your scorecard one par 3, one par 4 and one par 5 to eliminate from scoring.  (These are the holes you expect to score the worst on.)  You may not alter your selections during the course of play.  In determining winning scores, handicap adjustments will be made on the 6 holes that count.  1st, 2nd and 3rd place points will be awarded to those with the lowest gross and net scores.



FIVE CLUBS ONLY (10/3 and 10/6)


Every player selects five clubs only to bring in their golf bags.  (Leave the rest in your car trunk.). A putter counts  as one club, but you may choose not to bring a putter at all.  First, second and third place points to the lowest gross and handicap-adjusted scores.



BINGO-BANGO-BONGO (10/10 and 10/13)


This is a fun game that allows players to be competitive regardless of the difference in handicaps.


Points are earned as follows:

• first ball on the green (Bingo): 1 point

• closest to the pin once everyone is on the green (Bango): 1 point

• first ball in the hole (Bongo): 1 point 


The order of shots off the tee should be rotated among players at each hole.  (For example, if player A is first off the tee on the 1st hole, she should tee off last at the 2nd.)  Because of the nature of this competition, it is important that players fill the correct order of play.  The player who is furthest from the hole must play her shot or putt first.  First, second and third place points will be awarded to those garnering the most Bingo, Bango, Bongo points.



PUTTING COMPETITION (10/17 and 10/20)


Each player earns points for their putts as follows:

4 points for 0 putts

3 points for 1 putt

2 points for 2 putts

Zero points for 3 or more putts, or if you pick up and do not finish the hole.

Be sure you mark your putting points on each hole on your scorecard.





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