Q: What’s a YELLOW BALL SCRAMBLE?

A: A four-person team event consisting of four golf balls, one of them yellow. On each hole, the yellow ball is assigned to a different player, while the other three team members play a scramble. At the end of each hole, two scores are added together for one team score – the yellow ball and the scramble.

Teams must complete all 18 holes with the same yellow ball they were assigned when play began and return it to the committee. If the yellow ball is lost, hit out of bounds, or hit into a water hazard where it cannot be recovered, the team is ineligible to win the tournament and play continues under the same format.

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