“Over to you partner”
When things go wrong in singles, it’s solely down to you to put things right. We think it’s nice to have a partner to rely on sometimes.
It’s time for a Texas Scramble Pairs Competition
Date: Tuesday 28 April 2020 – CANCELLED
Venue: Henbury Golf Club
Henbury Hill, Coombe Way, Westbury on Trym, Bristol BS10 7QE
Tel; 01179 950 0044 Club Website
Texas Scramble Pairs
In Texas Scramble both players tee off, then one of these drives is chosen to be used for the next shot and both players then play a shot from where the chosen tee shot ended up.
From these second shots, one is chosen and both players play a third shot from there, and so on until the ball is holed.
Each Pair returns one score for each hole
After choosing the more suitable tee-shot, both players play again, firstly the one whose ball was chosen and from the spot where the ball came to rest, then the other plays by placing their ball within one card length from that spot, but no closer to the green.
Exception: When the chosen ball was played from a bunker.
In this case the lie can be reconstructed after the first player hits it so that the other team member may fairly play their next shot.
35% of the lower handicap plus 15% of the higher handicap
First, both golfers on a team determine their handicaps.
Then take 35-percent of the lower Golfer handicap; and add it to 15-percent of the higher Golfer’s handicap.
Let’s do an example.
Golfer A’s handicap is 8 and Golfer B’s is 21.
Thirty-five percent of 8 is 2.8; 15 percent of 21 is 3.15.
So add 2.8 and 3.15 to get 5.95 and this team’s scramble playing handicap is 6
- 10:00 Registration
- 10:15 Coffee & Breakfast Roll
- 11:00 First Tee Time – 18 Holes
- 17:00 Dinner
- 18:00 Prize Presentation
There will be prizes for the Winners and Runners Up
Entry Fees per player
Tour Member £59.00 | Non Tour Member £69.00
Secure your place – Pay £20 Deposit
About The Golf Club
Henbury Golf Club in Bristol is situated in a magnificent parkland setting of mature woodlands bordering the famous Blaise Castle Estate.
Henbury is a beautiful parkland course in mature woodland providing a number of different challenges. Although the course is not long it can prove difficult to play to your handicap.
Accurate tee shots are required and small greens await your approach shots. Which provides a good test of golf for players of all abilities, and complemented by a most welcoming clubhouse, Henbury is a fine place to enjoy your golf at any time of the year.
It’s one of our favourites and is sure to host multiple UK AM Tour Events throughout the season.