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#1 scooterboy59

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:25 AM

We have a group of guys that play late Wednesday afternoons and have anywhere from 6 to 10 players. They play as a group and have a set of rules that you have to abide by when playing with them.
1. No practice swings that includes putting
2.Ready golf- no honers, except when putting.
3. Pick up your ball at double.
4.  Lost ball is lost, move on.
They have a ball playing and keep to their rules.


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Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:42 AM

Give me a break.    4 is my max.


Do you "6-10 guys" take a shuttle to the bathroom together as well?

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 09:19 AM

Played a 3 hole playoff for a scramble once with a total of 12 guys, 3 teams.
It took well over an hour but we were drinking and having fun and the course was shutdown for our outing so we weren't holding anyone up.

If the course has no issue with it and your not impacting anyone else then you could play a group of 20 as far as I'm concerned.
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Posted 08 November 2017 - 09:20 AM

We play a two day Calcutta every year. After the final round on Sunday, we'll devide into three or four teams, with 8-10 guys on each team, and play a nine hole scramble. It's not as bad as it sounds. The two or three long knockers on each team will tee off, everyone hits on, someone is always close enough to pick up for birdie. Basically, you win by chipping in or eagling both par 5s.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 09:46 AM

Played in a 6-ball with some crazy Canadians over 9 holes on a tiny self built course out in the woods. It was actually a tournament and everybody kind of tried to keep score.

Afterwards some guys put thier scores in the computer for handicap reasons, and someone out of our group won the cup. We then drank about 25 cases of beer, and I upchucked on the practice green.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 09:53 AM

My group has a core of 4 people. It's very common for us to play 5 and rarely 6 with friends/family showing up randomly. Luckily the 4 core people are all fast players. We enjoy it because it's half golf, half hanging out with the guys. We have a lot of fun.

We tee off first thing and have only had a handful of twosomes or singles catch us and play through over the last few years. None this year and we've played at least 5 almost every Saturday and many Sundays. The majority of the members don't get out there to play till around 9ish by which time we're on the back 9.

If, for whatever reason, the course actually has a lot of play on a day, we'd split into 2 groups before we get going.
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Posted 08 November 2017 - 10:01 AM

 MrJones, on 08 November 2017 - 09:53 AM, said:

My group has a core of 4 people. It's very common for us to play 5 and rarely 6 with friends/family showing up randomly. Luckily the 4 core people are all fast players. We enjoy it because it's half golf, half hanging out with the guys. We have a lot of fun.

We tee off first thing and have only had a handful of twosomes or singles catch us and play through over the last few years. None this year and we've played at least 5 almost every Saturday and many Sundays. The majority of the members don't get out there to play till around 9ish by which time we're on the back 9.

If, for whatever reason, the course actually has a lot of play on a day, we'd split into 2 groups before we get going.

Sounds like us. Core group plus one or two who move in and out, Play once or twice is all. We do only play six during the winter months though. Five is pretty regular.

I've never played in it, but at our member-guest when the flights are done they have (I believe) 10 two person teams on the first elimination hole. A couple years ago, I watched the first couple of races (flights) go off, went and grabbed my clubs, played the entire front nine, and was back in time to watch the last guys putt out on that hole. Not sure I have the patience for that.
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Posted 08 November 2017 - 10:21 AM

This sounds like hell to me.  I can’t even handle a fivesome; it’s just people and golf balls everywhere.

We do have a sixsome of guys at our course who go out first and never hold anyone up.  They’re called Fast Rickie and The Boys on the tee sheet and they had the group motto printed on bag towels, “The Bar Opens at 9:00”.  

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 10:54 AM

my club does a shootout once a month i think. never done it but it usually starts at about 25 guys. takes FOREVER. i get through the back 9 in a group of 4 and they are usually on the 3rd hole.

players drop out as they fall out of contention, so i think by 6 there are only 5 or 6 players left.


I play in groups of 7 or 8 sometimes. only on empty days. we usually get through in under 5 hrs because everyone is decent and we play at the ready. i think the thing slowing golf down is how bad most people are. having to hit 8 shots on a hole takes a long time, especially if you are looking for balls in woods and stuff

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 03:45 PM

5 regularly - occasionally 6.


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Posted 08 November 2017 - 06:16 PM

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 06:58 PM

I used to play in a group who played on Wednesday afternoons during the summer.  We generally had 2 4somes and would play 18 holes stroke play.  If we had more daylight, the 2 groups would combine and we would play straight up skins. Everyone would tee off but if you became "out of the hole" you picked up and waited till the next tee box to start again.  It was quick and there was never anyone on the course but us that time of the evening.  We occasionally would get 9 holes in doing this.  So, this could be 5,6,7 or 8 players depending upon who showed up for the day.
I have also qualified and played in our end of year "shootout" at one of my clubs several different years.  The top 18 (and ties) points winners split up into 2 groups.  So, you would start out with 9 people in both groups and possibly more because of any ties.  Everyone tees off and plays their own ball on the first hole.  Then you start eliminating 1 or 2 players each hole either by their score or via a chip or putt off.  At some point, the 2 groups are dwindled down to 4 players each and then they are combined and continue the routine until there are 2 people competing on the 9th and final hole.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 07:02 PM

We regularly play 5-6-somes playing serious golf in our weekly money game.  Every now and then we have played 8 or 9 guys but lately we just split if 7 or more show up.  

There is a group of old guys at our club that always has 7-12 guys in it, most of them in their own carts.   They are so fast, that if we are even just a two-some playing serious we don't even both trying to stay ahead of them anymore.  We step the hell aside as they will be pushing us and bothering our game if we try to stay ahead.

As far as the original question by the OP, I would say 9 guys is the most I have played in a group as far as serious golf, but I have also been involved in some pretty large horse races that start out with 50 -100 guys.  50-100 drunk-a** guys.  FUN!!

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:17 PM

When the course has been empty, I have been in a 9 some playing Wolf, 3 Vs 6.  Very rare for everyone to putt out, so it moves faster than you'd think.
If anyone does come up behind us, we move aside and let them through.
It's not what I want to do every week, but it's fun for a change every now and then.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:21 PM

 hahanice, on 08 November 2017 - 10:54 AM, said:

my club does a shootout once a month i think. never done it but it usually starts at about 25 guys. takes FOREVER. i get through the back 9 in a group of 4 and they are usually on the 3rd hole.

players drop out as they fall out of contention, so i think by 6 there are only 5 or 6 players left.


I play in groups of 7 or 8 sometimes. only on empty days. we usually get through in under 5 hrs because everyone is decent and we play at the ready. i think the thing slowing golf down is how bad most people are. having to hit 8 shots on a hole takes a long time, especially if you are looking for balls in woods and stuff

Same here, 20-25 guy shootout.  First hole is a par 5, so usually goes to single digits after the first hole. Itís great when someone makes a lone eagle and itís over after the first hole.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:30 PM

We play a 20-25 man skins game a couple times a year. Everybody plays each hole at the same time so you have keep your head on a swivel. We have had a couple people get hit but nothing serious. Usually play 18 holes in 2.5 hours. Par is your friend no practice swings and no gps, range finders or stepping off yardage.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:32 PM

5...but that only happened in the off-season when the course was empty.
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Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:39 PM

A classic was years ago when we had a couple of groups playing at twilight for a few bucks. The GM / Director of Golf was playing and we decided to play as one large group after a few holes as no one else was out there. The ranger comes by and chews us out - saying "you guys should know better, you can't do that!!" The GM says, "dad, please leave us alone, there is no one else out here." LOL The old man was a beauty.

My club also has a shoot-out tournament - partner format - with a 4 hole alternate shot format. They start with 5 two man teams (10 guys).

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 08:51 PM

Played 12 man wolf once. One guy went lone wolf and got torched with a birdie.  Was pretty fun.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 09:09 PM

 Cajunmike, on 08 November 2017 - 08:51 PM, said:

Played 12 man wolf once. One guy went lone wolf and got torched with a birdie.  Was pretty fun.

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Posted 08 November 2017 - 09:16 PM

 scooterboy59, on 08 November 2017 - 08:25 AM, said:

We have a group of guys that play late Wednesday afternoons and have anywhere from 6 to 10 players. They play as a group and have a set of rules that you have to abide by when playing with them.
1. No practice swings that includes putting
2.Ready golf- no honers, except when putting.
3. Pick up your ball at double.
4.  Lost ball is lost, move on.
They have a ball playing and keep to their rules.
I have played in and 8 some before but didn't really care for it too much, it was a bit hectic with guys all over the place some hitting it long some hitting a short and so on. Don't really care for much over 4, but we'll go with the five some if it's allowed and the course is empty.
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Posted 08 November 2017 - 11:05 PM

I played in a twelvesome in a tournament.  Three four man teams in a scramble.  Endless.

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 01:57 AM

I've been in more than a couple post tournament horse races or money games with 12-18 people. Sometimes its been dark out when you are finishing and there has been lots of money (and beers) that have exchanged hands.

I've played in some fivesomes during actual rounds before, but I would never do it if the course was busy or they told me not to.

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 04:41 AM

My club back in Ireland has an 18 hole qualifier (stroke) which is followed by a 10 man 9 hole shoot out.  One person eliminated at each hole.  If there's a tie on the worst score it goes to a sudden death chip, putt or bunker shot.  

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 06:19 AM

We used to play a game in which 8 players teed off and teams were determined by how close the balls were after the drive....now we had two tee times and split into two foursomes after the first hole.

The first time we played that game our new head pro came tearing out of the clubhouse into the middle of the first fairway and threw a fit.

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 07:15 AM

It wasn't planned but this summer I finished a round as a 7 some.  I played the front nine with a buddy, and on 10 we caught a twosome in front of us.  We were being held up in the fairway by the twosome (whom we asked to play through but got denied) so we waved up another twosome on 10 tee to hit.  This formed an impromtu foursome playing behind the twosome.  Our foursome was right on the heels of the twosome until 13 tee, when a single caught up and joined us to form a fivesome.  On 14 tee another single caught up, forming a sixsome that watched with increasing annoyance at this twosome holding us up.  On 16 tee another single joins up.  By this point I believe we had caught all the stray golfers on the course, and played in the last 3 holes right behind this twosome, who didn't get any of our (not subtle) hints.

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 08:11 AM

I've played in a pre-calcutta horse race in my old mens club, we usually tee of around 4pm with about 30 people in 2 man teams playing alternate shot.  Worst score and ties was eliminated on each hole, so it wasn't too bad time wise, me and a partner actually won one year and it was only about 3 hours.  

I also played a 2 man scramble, tee'd off with 8 people, talk about slow, but the course was empty so we weren't holding anyone up.

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 09:26 AM

We usually just play with 4, but one of my buddies is always trying to add a 5th for no apparent reason. The games get too complicated with 5 players (swing team, etc). I was in a member-guest shootout where we played 7 2-man teams, 14 golfer on a par 5. It took 45 minutes to play a hole and they dropped the lowest 2 teams. The next hole we played 5 teams, but it was a par 3 so it only took 25 minutes.

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 11:35 AM

5 for a scramble. 7 or 8 at the very end of the round only a few times which only happed because the course was so backed up and it was getting near dark.

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Posted 09 November 2017 - 11:54 AM

I have played in a shootout that starts with 10 teams of two, 20 guys total on the first hole. Of course teams get eliminated each hole so it doesn’t remain that large of a group for long.


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