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This can also be used to assign minus points for every 3 putt in combination with other games. If you play as well as the Waggle.
A point is awarded to a player who hits a tree and completes a par on that hole. Usually these are pretty difficult to do, so you may consider, say, perhaps 2 points or maybe even 3. Flip a tee to prior to the first drive to pick 2 man team for that hole. Play High score against high score and low score against low score for that hole. You can play high score beats high score and that is a point for that person same for low score for that hole , or you can take the team score and give the winning team a point for that hole.
Or you can take the two man total score for that team and low score wins a point for each man. On next hole the low individual score and the high individual score are teammates and the scoring process and next hole team selection continues. This is a good game for everyone to be teammates at one time or another with each player. This is one of Waggle.
Teams are selected prior to play and remain teams throughout the round. Using this method there are 2 points per hole and a tie is not counted. Net result on that hole is that team A gets 2 points.
A different version of this game is to take low ball and low total score for the teams per hole — still 2 points per hole. A point is awarded for the player in the group who hits his tee shot onto the green and closest to the pin. An additional twist we like is that the closest to the pin player MUST make at least a par to get the point.
In the event he does not make a par, he must give a point to the other group members! A point is awarded to the player who hits the longest drive IN the fairway. This is a manly game and has little to do with how good a golfer one is however, you drive for show and putt for dough so go ahead and hit it long! A tricky form of betting as they will pick players of similar ability. A special market where you can bet on a hole in one being made in the Tournament.
Holes in one tend to happen about one in three or four Tournaments. Usually the first and second rounds will feature three players in each group. All Bookmakers bet on these but they are very difficult and usually best left alone.
Often played in the bigger Tournaments and siliar to group betting but in this market you can get an edge if you strongly fancy one player from a particular region. A special market where instead of a win bet or each way bet you can take a special price for a player to just finish in the top ten.
If he wins or is 1oth you win the same. It can be a bet used for players who are a big price in the outright market. Usually on Saturday and Sunday after the cut the players go round in pairs and these are easier than 3 balls and with two rounds behind them can provide good opportunities in the right circumstances.
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A putt that is certain to be made on the next shot and will most likely be conceded by an opponent. Compound used along with a buffing wheel to create a high luster finish on a polyurethane coated wood or metal wood.
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