Why Not Shamble?

Posted by GolfTournament.com on 12/13/2010 to Tournament Planning

Looking to switch up your next golf tournament playing format?  How about a Shamble?

The Shamble format is a combination of a scramble and stroke play.

As in a scramble format, everyone on the team tees off and the best shot is selected.  All players move their golf balls to the the position of the best tee shot. Instead of continuing on with the scramble format, the hole is completed with stroke play.  Each player completes the hole with their own ball.

In summary, select the best shot off the tee, move all the golf balls to that spot, then play individual stroke play until each member of the group has holed out.

Be sure to use full handicaps when playing the shamble format to make sure every player feels like they are contributing to the team score.  Check with your golf pro regarding scoring ideas.

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