Individual format designed for simulator leagues where players compete in net stroke play events to earn points against the field in Fedex Cup style tournaments.
This system is designed for use in 18-hole leagues
Simulator - Round played on a golf simulator (scores only affect league handicaps)
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 is used by Virtual Tee Country Club
This is a "parent" scoring system that has the following "children" scoring systems under it
Individual net stroke play for 36-holes, where points are awarded in a Fedex Cup style points system based on finishing position.
Each team member plays their own ball throughout the round. After each hole, the lower net score of the two teammates is the score that’s counted for that hole. This is designed to be a member-guest format where the league member earns points toward standings based on his individual scores.
Modified stableford: double eagle = 5, eagle = 4, birdie = 3, par = 2, bogey = -1, double bogey or worse = -3
2-player team net scramble format where the team handicap is 25% of the sum of the course handicaps for each player.