Q: What’s a 4-2 SCRAMBLE?

A: A modified scramble event in which each player hits from the teeing ground. But for the 2nd shot, two tee shots are selected. For example, if players A&C have their tee shots selected, players B&D will pick-up and pair-up with players A&C to play as two, two-man scramble teams. Each team must hole-out, and two team scores are entered on the scorecard for each hole. The lowest combined team score wins the event.

Players may drop or place within one club-length of the ball being played and within six inches of the ball being played on the putting green – no closer to the hole. Players must also keep the ball under the same conditions when dropping or placing.

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