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Foursome (golf) - Wikipedia

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A foursome, also known as alternate shot, is a type of match in the sport of golf. Golfers compete in teams of two, using only one ball per team, and taking ...

Top 10 Golf Foursome Games - American Golf

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Apr 4, 2013 ... Four Ball is played in a foursome of two teams consisting of two players against each other in a better ball scoring method. Players can use ...

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Golf formats,golf games to play,singles,2s,3s,4s,fourballs,foursomes,groups, outings ... 1 Player Golf Formats. Worst Ball. Play two balls (if they let you!) and only ...

What Are the Rules of Four Man Best Ball in Golf? | Golfsmith

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Two-Man Best Ball Rules · What Is a Good Score for an Average Golfer? ... When playing as a foursome in a best-ball event, all four players in a group are ...

Types of Golf Competitions and Golf Scoring Systems |

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Apr 14, 2015 ... A foursome (defined in Rule 29 of the “Rules of Golf”) is played between two players in partnership, playing one ball which they hit alternately.

The difference between fourball and foursomes - Golf Monthly

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Feb 14, 2015 ... Fourball is usually referred to as fourball betterball, which again tells you exactly what the deal is, although, of course, it is only the two balls ...

Foursomes: How the Golf Format Is Played - About.com Golf

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Foursomes is a golf competition format in which a team is comprised of two golfers, and those two golfers alternate hitting the same golf ball (which is why ...

The R&A - Rules of Golf - Threesomes and Foursomes

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Four Person Games - MNGolf.org - Minnesota Golf Association

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On holes 17 & 18 you may use any two (2) low net balls. If the field is 48 players or less, it is recommended that each foursome have a Good, Better, Best and ...

Golf Course Gurus - Tournament Formats

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ALTERNATE SHOT: Also known as Foursomes, alternate shot is just what is ... this 2 man-team format requires teammates to both tee off and then switch balls. ... Golfers then try to get out of the hole by adding one point for a bogey, two points ...