The Tournament Rules
Ladies play from the red tees. Men play from the blue tees. Players that are 70 years (young) and older can choose to play from the forward tees.
On “hole-in-one” par three holes, there is a minimum distance that ALL players must tee off from. The tournament format is a form of Texas Scramble.
The rules are intended to be very simple to ensure maximum fun and enjoyment. Each player can drive on every hole. You then choose the one ball that is in the best position to continue play.
On the second shot, all players may hit and any player’s shot may be selected as the team’s best shot. Continue on this pattern until your team holes out.
Par Three Holes
If your drive is on the green, all players may putt. If the drive does not reach the green, the person who hit the drive may NOT hit the second shot.
Play the ball as it lies. Hole out all putts. Mulligan tickets are provided as part of your FUN PAC, that is included in your player registration (maximum of 3 per player, which can be used for any shot).
NOTE: Threesomes – On each shot (including putts) one player can shoot twice but this privilege must be alternated equally between all players on team during the round.
The allocation of prize money in the event that a player makes a hole-in-one on one of the designated par three prize holes, will be 50% to the player and 50% to the charity.
The allocation of prize money in the event that a player makes a hole-in-one in the Shoot-Out event, will be 50% to the player and 50% to the charity.
August 24, 2022
Bearspaw Golf & Country Club
August 24 2022
Bearspaw Golf &
7:00am – 8:30am Tee-Off: 8:45 am
Approx. – 3:00 pm
Team/Player Entry Includes
18 holes of golf, shared golf cart, breakfast sandwich, complimentary practice tee privileges, dinner, our FUN PAC and a fun day with friends.
$1,320 / team of 4 OR $330 / player (single players welcome)
Your entry fee goes to
per team approx.
$600 course and related costs
$280 other tournament costs
$440 net donation
per player approx.
$150 course related costs
$70 other tournament costs
$110 net donation