Current Handicap Index will be used for this event.
This event will be played from the White tees (69.2/120)
NOTE - Some players may be designated to play from the red tees
Welcome to "Annual 3 Clubs and a Putter" golf tournament, taking place at the scenic Balboa Park Golf Course! Get ready to tee off on February 28th, 2024, but don't you dare bring your entire club collection - it's time to get minimalist!
Weather Forecast: Mother Nature seems to have a sense of humor too! The forecast for the morning of February 28th is sunny with a touch of whimsy. Expect a comfortable temperature, perfect for those who like their golf with a side of sunshine. Remember to bring your sunglasses, sunscreen, and maybe a hat that says, "I'm a serious golfer...with only 3 clubs!"
The Rules: You can only bring three clubs and a putter. That's right, just THREE clubs. Why? Because who needs a full set when you can challenge your golfing prowess (and patience) with limited tools? Choose your three clubs wisely – it's like picking your favorite children, but harder.
The Comedy: Having more clubs doesn’t always mean lower scores, it just means more options to blame for your bad shot! Ever heard someone say, “I would have hit that better if I had my 7.5 iron”? Neither have we. So, in the spirit of fun (and a bit of sarcasm), we’re keeping it simple.
Teeing Off: We'll be hitting from the white tees – because let's face it, we're not all PGA pros. The white tees are like the middle child: not too intimidating, but still a challenge, especially when you're trying to decide whether to use your hybrid, iron, or just throw the ball (just kidding, no throwing allowed).
Remember, it's all about strategy, creativity, and a little bit of luck. Who knew golf could be a mental game? Oh wait, every golfer ever.
So, grab your favorite three clubs (plus a putter), wear your most outrageous golf attire, and get ready to swing, miss, laugh, and maybe even hit a few good shots. See you at the first tee!
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2024, 6:34:22 PM by Derek Lovrenich