The rules of Nines or 5-3-1. First place - 5 pts, second place - 3 pts, third place - 1 pt. First place - 5 pts, tied for second place - 2 pts each. Two tied for first place - 4 pts, third place - 1 pt. All tied - 3 pts each. First place wins with birdie or better - 7 pts, second and third place - 1 ...
Nine Points, also called 5-3-1, is the name of a golf format for a group of three golfers in which points are given based on the golfer's score on each hole. It's a fun game for golfers playing for bragging rights or money.
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This three-player game is also known as nines or the 5-3-1 method as well. 9. The Dot Game (aka Garbage, Junk or Trash) This is not so much a game in its own right, but a way of describing a number of minor or side bets which can be added to any conventional golfing contest or to all the other games. The dot game is a way to keep track of all the action Iike a bookie in Vegas.
3JACK Golf plays the 5-3-1 point game with WMD Golf on the front nine at Oak Creek Golf Club (course) in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
Mutt and Jeff Tournament format or a side bet in which the focus is on par-3 holes and par-5 holes only. The round of golf is completed, then the total net score for each player or each group on the par-3 and par-5 holes is recorded. The low net on those long and short holes is the winner.
out of bounds - 1 water hazard - 1 bunker - 1 three-putt - 1 leaving ball in bunker - 2* hitting from one bunker to another - 2 four-putt - 3 whiffed ball - 4 *Take an additional two points if you leave the ball in again and so on. A player can erase all the points accumulated on a given hole by making par.
In a foursome, if you win all four par 3 CTTH challenges, you can walk away with an extra $12 bucks that day. It gets a lot cooler when each guy throws in $5 per par 3. Play your cards (or game) right and you could end up covering the cost of you’re whole round with the downside being limited. WOLF
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