Which golf games do you play with your friends?

Which golf games do you play with your friends?

Which golf games do play with your friends?
Here are some examples of games that we at Pure Custom Golf often play
  1. Nassau: This is probably the most common golf betting game. It's essentially three separate bets: front nine, back nine, and overall 18 holes. Each is worth a set amount.

  2. Skins: In a skins game, players compete for a prize on each hole. If there's a tie, the prize carries over to the next hole.

  3. Wolf: In this game, the order of play rotates each hole, with the player designated as the "wolf." After teeing off, the wolf can choose to partner with one of the other three players, or play the hole alone against the other three. The objective is to win the hole - a win results in each player in the losing team paying the winning team a set amount.

  4. Snake: This game focuses on putting, where the player who three-putts first becomes the "snake." Any time a player three-putts, they become the new snake. The player left as the snake at the end of the round pays each of the other players.

  5. Match Play: Players compete hole by hole, and the player with the lowest score on a hole wins that hole. The player who wins the most holes wins the match.

  6. Stableford: Points are awarded based on the score of each hole. It can vary, but typically it's 1 point for a bogey, 2 for par, 3 for a birdie, and 4 for an eagle. The player with the most points wins.

  7. Bingo Bango Bongo: This game awards points for three things on each hole: being the first player to reach the green (bingo), being closest to the hole once all group members are on the green (bango), and being the first player to hole out (bongo).

Remember that betting games should be played responsibly, and any gambling should be done within the legal parameters of your location.

Enjoy responsibility

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