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The most popular format for a charity golf event is the “scramble.” Defined by the United States Golf Association as follows:
Each team consists of four players. On each hole, each team member drives and the best drive is selected by the team captain. Each team member then plays a second shot from the spot where the selected drive lay and the best second shot is selected. This process is repeated until the hole is completed. There are variations on this event and often times certain restrictions are imposed (i.e., each team members' drive must be used at least 3 times).
There are many other formats you can consider for your event. Our recommendation is to work with the PGA professional at your course, or the tournament coordinator, to select the best format based on your number of golfers and event timeframe.