Tournament Date: October 16th, 2017
Scramble formats are probably the most enjoyable type of tournament play because only the best shots are played at each hole. All players tee off and from that drive, the best ball is selected. All players hit their next shots from that point and the best ball is again selected. The process is repeated until the ball is “holed out” with a 2-putt limit. In each foursome, they must select at least two drives from each player for the eighteen hole tournament.
Team handicaps will be calculated by taking 10% of the combined handicaps of players on your team. Course of play is assigned by I.U.P.A. and course officials.
Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club
Lakewood Ranch Golf & Country Club offers 3 unique and challenging championship golf courses. Each provides players with a variety of skill levels through length, bunker and water placement, forced carries and overall design.
Offering many sets of tee boxes, the courses can be challenged by many different skill levels. you can play all 54 holes, Cypress Links, King’s Dunes and Royal Lakes. They are all part of the private Lakewood Ranch Golf and Country Club.
The private Clubhouse opened on November 29, 2001 with the Cypress Links course. The King’s Dunes course was opened in 2005 and Royal Lakes in 2007, which gives members 54 holes.
Royal Lakes and Cypress Links were designed with all skill levels in mind, yet both can provide a challenge for skilled players measuring 7,339 and 7,141 yards respectively. Royal Lakes can also be very enjoyable for novice players using the Par 3 tees measuring 1,800 yards. Every hole can be played as a Par 3 and it’s a great way to introduce golf to any member of the family, young or old.
7650 Legacy Blvd
Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202