This is not a conventional golf outing! The 9-Hole "Mad Ball" Scramble offers the opportunity to network with young professionals, while engaging in a fun and friendly competition geared for all skill levels ... even if you have never swung a golf club before.
Best Ball Scramble Registration Includes:
9-Holes of golf with cart
Networking cookout following play
*Subject to Change
#1 - Shortest Drive / Dizzy Putt - Drive: Play from the shortest drive. Putt: Place forehead to club, spin in a circle 'x' number of times, and then attempt first putt. (Accumulated # of strokes determines # of spins.) #2 - FootGolf - Players must "punt" a soccer ball for drive #3 - Opposite Handed Drive - Use opposite handed driver to tee-off #4 - Happy Gilmore - Take a running start before hitting the ball #5 - Closest to the "Pig" - Play from the ball hit closest to the "pig" #6 - Wonderland Hole - Use a croquet mallet to putt #7 - Soft Touch - Use a driver wrapped with soft padding to tee-off #8 - Obstacle Course - Negotiate around challenging obstacles throughout the course intentionally designed to interfere with play #9 - Golf Pong - Players to attempt to chip golf balls into over-sized barrels
Sign up as a twosome, or individually, with the expectation to be paired up with other young professionals to encourage networking. Participants are welcome to submit a request to be paired with another twosome, by including the names of individuals they would like to be paired with in the notes section when registering for the event. (Attendees must provide their own golf clubs.)
Space is limited and on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please note, the country club enforces a dress code prohibiting jeans, cutoffs, sweat pants, tank or halter tops and metal spikes.
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