This page provides the list of GolfLeagueSite's 99 custom scoring systems already built, tested, and ready for use today.
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Indicates whether teams or flights are involved with the league structure.
Number of holes played in each event.
The measurement that is used to dictate the regular season standings
Indicates whether there are matches played in each event or if everyone plays against the entire field.
Indicates whether or not substitutes are supported
The average of all player ratings from postseason survey data
2-golfer team format that uses a 7-point match play scoring system -- 2 points for the first 3 holes, 2 points for the middle 3 holes, and 2 points for the final 3 holes. The final point is awarded to the team with the most total holes won.
Team Net Best Ball Modified Stableford format -- double eagle = 8, eagle = 5, birdie = 3, par = 1, bogey = 0, double bogey = -1, triple or worse = -3. Team that wins the match gets an additional 5 points.
Match play format: Each week winners will receive 2 points, losers receive 0 points and in case of a tie each team receives 1 point. Points are added and the top 3 teams with the most points at the end of the 20th week of league play win (1st Place, 2nd Place, 3rd Place)
2-golfer team format that uses a team handicap and plays captain's choice match play for 9 holes. Each set of 3 holes constitutes 2 points in the match and the low net total score gets an additional 2 points.
Season-long points race, where each round generates a point total (2 points for net birdies, 4 points for net eagles). During each week of the season, players can submit as many rounds as they want but only the best attested round from that week contributes to their point total for the season.
2-golfer team format that uses a team handicap and plays captain's choice match play for 18 holes. Each set of 3 holes constitutes 2 points in the match and the low net total score gets an additional 2 points.
Individual scoring format where each player has a quota of points to earn in each event, which is derived from an average of their last 5 quota scores. Points are earned in a modified stableford format based on gross score. Each player will then be measured based on their points scored relative to their quota value.
Team scoring format where each player has a quota of points to earn in each event, which is derived from an average of their last 5 quota scores. Points are earned in a modified stableford format based on gross score. Each player will then be measured based on their points scored relative to their quota value.
Team format where teammates scramble on each tee shot and then play their own ball on the remaining shots for the hole. A team best ball score is used to determine the winner of the match - 2 points for winning, 1 point for tying.
Individual 9-hole format that uses the net score in a stroke play format, where each golfer is against the entire field - Includes the added poker game where each player earns poker cards for a poker game following the event.
2-golfer team format that uses a 11-point scoring system, where each hole awards a point to the team with the better net best ball score and 2 additional points go to team with the lower total net best ball score.
Teams of 4 play in 9-hole matches where there are 4 singles matches (A vs A, B vs B, C vs C, and D vs D) for a total of 8 points. Each singles match is for 2 points (1 point for net match play and 1 point for net stroke play). One final point is up for grabs using the cumulative net stroke play score of all 4 players.
A net stableford points system where the following points are awarded: net double bogey or worse - 0 points, net bogey - 1 point, net par - 2 points, net birdie - 3 points, net eagle - 4 points, net albetross - 5 points, net condor or better - 6 points.
Teams of 10+ compete in matches where individuals earn points based on their position in the net stroke play standings and each team gets credit for their top five individual point totals. Individuals get 3 points for every player in the field they beat in an event and 1 point for every player they tie. Additionally, individuals get 1 point per net par, 2 points per net birdie, and 3 points per net eagle. The team with more individual points wins the match and earns 1 team point (losing team gets 0 team points). In the event of a tie, the teams split the team point. This scoring system maintains regular season standings for both team points and individual points.
2-golfer team format that uses the net best ball score for each hole. This format includes a points system based on your team's position in each event (1st - 250 points, 2nd - 240 points, 3rd - 230 points, ...)
Individual 18-hole format where golfers play net stroke play to earn points based on their finishing position. This format also tracks fairways and putts for additional standings based on those metrics.
Flighted format where golfers earn points in each event based on their finishing position. Points help earn the golfers a spot in the championship event. The winner of the event automatically advances and does not earn any points. 2nd place earns 5 points, 3rd place earns 4 points, 4th place earns 3 points, 5th place earns 2 points and all other competitors earn 1 point. Ties do not split points, all ties still earn the full points for their position.
Individual points system where points are awarded based on finishing position in the net stroke play event: 1st receives 1 point per player on the roster, each subsequent place receives 1 point fewer than the previous place, and all ties split points
2-player team points system where points are awarded based on finishing position in the net stroke play event: 1st receives 1 point per team on the roster, each subsequent place receives 1 point fewer than the previous place, and all ties split points
4 player teams playing a stroke play format where each hole the gross best ball score is summed with the net best ball score, yielding the lowest possible score for all such combinations where the same player cannot be used for both.
Flighted format where individuals simultaneously play separate net stroke play and stableford competitions. Gold Cup awards points to net scores as follows: 1st - 5, 2nd - 4, 3rd - 3, 4th - 2, 5th - 1. Stableford awards a player's course handicap as the starting points, adding in the following values for gross scores on each hole: Double eagle 25, Eagle 10, Birdie 5, Par 2, Bogey 0, Double Bogey -1, Triple or worse -2
2-player team format that uses a 20-point scoring system in a nine hole match with cumulative net match play. Teams will compete for 2 points for each hole won (awarded to the team with the lower combined net score) and then 2 points for the most holes won. Ties split points.
2-golfer team format that uses a 9-point system in two separate simultaneous matches between opponents (one point for each hole won - net match play). The two 9-point matches yields 18 points. The final 4 points goes to the team with the lower cumulative net team score.
2-golfer team format that uses a 22-point system in two separate simultaneous matches between opponents. The format is net match play - two points for each hole won and 4 additional points for the match winner.
2-golfer team format that uses a 7-point match play scoring system -- 2 points for the first 3 holes, 2 points for the middle 3 holes, and 2 points for the final 3 holes. The final point is awarded to the team with the most total holes won. This is a net match play format that does not play off the low man - full 9-hole handicaps are received by each player.
4-player team scramble format where each team is playing match play against the rest of the field for points. Each hole is worth 6 points and ties split points (e.g., if 2 teams tie for the low score on the hole then they each get 3 points, if 3 teams tie then they each get 2 points, etc.)