Format: A Flags Tournament is a format in which each golfer starts the round with a designated amount of strokes and plays until they run out. Each golfer in the tournament carries a flag with their name on it as they play and uses it to mark where their final shot landed. The player who makes it through the course the farthest using their designated number of strokes wins. The number of strokes a player starts with is determined using the player’s full or partial handicap. For a player with a handicap of 19, they would receive 89 strokes at a par 70 course using full handicaps. When using full handicaps there’s a higher probability many golfers will make it through all 18 holes with strokes still left. In that case, players with remaining strokes would return to the 1st tee and continue until they use up all their strokes. Alternatively, after 18 holes, the player with the most remaining strokes. In the event of a tie, where multiple players have run out of strokes on the same hole, like the 18th hole, then the player with their final shot closest to the hole wins.
Entry fee: $20 per player
Money winners will qualify for the TOC