Individual format where golfers earn points based on their net score
This system is designed for use in 18-hole leagues
Standard - Rules of Golf followed on a rated course during its active season
Points - The standings for this scoring system are dictated by a points system, where each golfer can earn points in each event based on their performance.
Individual - Each golfer competes on an individual basis, without any teammates.
Field - Each golfer competes against the entire field in each event
This scoring system only counts the best 8 events for each golfer
This scoring system is used by Fox Hollow Men's Golf Club
This is a "parent" scoring system that has the following "children" scoring systems under it
Mutable flighted format using net stroke play to rank players
This is a 4-person team event. On each hole your team will count 2 net balls. On holes 1 through 16, one of the net balls must be from the person in the box: -- Player A Holes 1-5-9-13 Player B Holes 2-6-10-14 Player C Holes 3-7-11-15 Player D Holes 4-8-12-16 -- On holes 17 & 18 your team may use any 2 low net balls.
Flighted individual format where players earn points based on their net scores: 8 points for net eagle or better, 4 points for net birdie, 2 points for net par, 1 point for net bogey, 0 points for all others
4-man team format where each hole counts the net best 3 balls.
Each pair in a foursome plays 6 holes of net 1-on-1 match play for a total of 6 matches over the 18 hole round. Each hole is 1 point.
Each golfer plays match play against net par in an 18-hole round
2-player team format where scoring changes every six holes. First 6 holes: 2-person net scramble, middle 6 holes: net best ball, final 6 holes: alternate shot. A team handicap (80% of the average handicap of the 2 players) is used for all 18 holes.
Singles matches are played in a net match play format for points.