Make Your Golf League More Fun - Host a Shootout Golf Leagues December 18, 2017 Thinking differently about how you play golf with your league can reinvigorate excitement and interest in the golf league. Holding an annual "shootout" can be a great way to play competitive golf in a new way with your league. Some of our leagues have an annual shootout for their league. The shootout can't be played any old time during the year, but with a little coordation with the golf shop it's doable and REALLY fun. Here's how one of our leagues hosts their annual shootout. Hole 1: 16 players tee off; 8 advance Hole 2: 8 players tee off, 6 advance Hole 3: 6 players tee off, 4 advance Hole 4: 4 players tee off, 3 advance Hole 5: 3 players tee off, 2 advance Hole 6 and beyond: 2 players tee off, 1 remains - sudden death, no chip-offs for ties Scores will be NET. At the end of the hole, if there are ties on the elimination bubble all players in the tie will have a chip-off from a pre-determined spot. The closest chips will advance for the remaining spots on the next hole. Related 5 Ways to Make Junior Golf More Fun Golf is the family sport - something that brings together all ages and can be enjoyed for a lifetime. Starting your kids early is good, but starting them off in the right way is much more important. Teach them the love of the sport and focus on fun, friends, family, AND then the fundamentals. We have 5 tips to making sure your litle golfers learns that it's fun first and then worries about the score later. Why You Should Join a Golf League League golf can SEEM intimidating - handicaps, playing with new people, not knowing the scoring/format. In reality its just a great excuse to play more golf. The majority of the leagues hosted at Oak Glen are recreational, fun, and more about enjoying a post-round beer than counting birdies and bogeys. Are You Making the Most of Your Golf Event? We see hundreds of golf events hosted at Oak Glen each year – many of them are fundraisers for a charity or cause. We’ve been asking our golf outing coordinators how much they raise during the day of their golf event and the results are all over the place. Sadly, it’s our guess that the energy and effort for almost all of our events are similar. So what gives you the biggest ROE (return on energy)? We have some theories and have put in place a number of tools to help our outing coordinators raise the bar when it comes to raising funds for their charity golf event. Start Your Event with a One Putt Starting your golf event off the right way can be hard. You've given thought to registration, to the golf, to the banquet, but what about the captive audience you have right before tee'ing off? The One Putt is a great way to gather your golfers, start the festivities together, and another opportunity for your event to raise money for your charity (if that’s the purpose of your event). Showing 0 Comment Comments are closed.