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Senior 2 Person Scrambles



Senior 2 Person Scrambles
Senior 2 Person Scrambles

 

  Event Information

Event:
Senior 2 Person Scrambles

Location:
Muskego Lakes Country Club
S100 W14020 Loomis Road
Muskego, WI 53150

Dates:
05/16/2018 - 09/19/2018

Event Contact:
Mark krause
414-425-6500
mkrause@muskegolakes.com

  Event Details

Senior 2 Person Scrambles

Day: Every other Wednesday, starting May 16
Start Time: 8:30 shotgun start
Includes: 18 holes of golf with cart, $10 prize fund and a lunch voucher.
Cost: $45pp. Master's Club $42, MLCC members $15.
Format: Two person teams playing a scramble with a different twist for each event.
Payoff: to random teams.  Ex: 1st, 2nd, 5th, 8th, 12th, 16th, 20th.
Other Info: We will always pair your two some with another two some of your choosing.  Play in the events you wish. 
Gold tees for 60 years of age to age 72, Red tees if older than 72 and white tees if under 60 years of age.
At least one player per 2 person team must be a senior (60 yrs)
Registrations will be on line with payment at the time of registration. 
SCHEDULE
May 16, Regular scramble. Take the best shot at all times.

May 30 Regular scramble but taking your lower score of the two nines.

June 13 Do over scramble. One person gets one extra shot of their choosing on the odd number holes and the partner on even holes.

June 27 Take the better score between your team and the one you are playing with on each hole. Payoff to the 4 somes.

July 11 Low score totals using the even numbered holes on the front nine and the odd numbered holes on the back nine.

July 25 Regular scramble. Take the best shot at all times.

August 8 Regular scramble except that you double your score on the par 3's and par 5's.

August 22 Take the better score between your team and the one you are playing with on each hole. Payoff to the 4 somes.

September 5 Everybody plays from the red tees on the par 4's, white tees on the par 5's and gold tees on par 3's.

September 19 Double do over scramble. Both players get an extra shot of their choice on each hole.

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