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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foursome_(golf)

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 ...

www.thoughtco.com/play-the-foursomes-format-1560858

Apr 15, 2017 ... 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.

www.golf-monthly.co.uk/features/the-game/difference-fourball-foursomes-66245

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 ...

www.golfalot.com/instruction/handicaps.aspx

Golf handicap,handicap formats,stroke allowances,full information on how to get, work out and ... Stableford Foursomes ... Stableford Four Ball Better Ball ... In matchplay, the difference between two players' handicaps is the number of strokes ...

www.randa.org/Rules-of-Golf/MainRules/29-Threesomes-and-Foursomes

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www.golfalot.com/instruction/formats.aspx

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 ...

www.finegolf.co.uk/what-is-fine-golf/foursomes-golf

The game of Foursomes golf where a team of two players take alternative shots ... and Piltdown I am told reserve a decent amount of Tee-time for 2-ball matches.

www.cbssports.com/golf/news/ryder-cup-2016-rules-format-scoring-explaining-four-ball-and-foursomes

Oct 1, 2016 ... Scoring -- team points: Once you leads a match (four-ball, foursome or ... Four- ball: Two-golfer teams representing each country square off.

www.golf.org.au/site/_content/document/00027106-source.pdf

PLAYED – Golf Australia Advice (Version – 10 July 2015) .... Foursome. Two players play as partners and use one ball. The partners strike off alternately from  ...