This is a Four Ball Best Ball ‘PAR’ Round competition played to handicap.
The Competition is played on a Saturday Club Competition Day and players may either nominate their partner or a partner will be found for them.
PLAYING RULE VARIATIONS
- A Par competition is a Stroke Competition where the player tries to score better than PAR on each hole. PAR in this context is the PAR for that hole AFTER adjustment for handicap.
- In a PAR round, the player’s NET score at a hole is compared with PAR for the course. Scoring better than PAR scores the player a WIN; scoring the same NET score as PAR is a SQUARE and any NET score amounting to a One over Par (Bogey) or worse is recorded as a LOSS.
- Each Pair of players establishes the best result from their two scores and records that WIN; SQUARE or LOSS as their Best Ball Score.
- At the end of the round, the Total number of LOSSES by each Team is deducted from the Total number of WINS by that Team and a final result is recorded as PLUS or MINUS the difference.
- The TEAM with the most PLUS WINS at the end of the competition is the winner.
- During the play of any hole, when a TEAM player can not record a score of PAR or better, that player should “pick up” his ball to quicken the pace of play. His Team Mate can continue to play and record a WIN or a SQUARE against their teams score for that hole. However, as this is a Stroke Competition, a PAR round may be played in conjunction with any other 4BBB STROKE Play competition on that same round so players may be required to play out each hole.
- In the event that two team’s scores are tied, the winner will be established by a Count Back of the tied scores; whereby the Team with the highest Number of wins over the last, 9, 6, 3 or 1 hole(s) is declared the winner.