Golf contest winners

I don’t play in many scrambles, and when I do, I never plan on finishing in the top…

Granted, most of the time one of my older buddies who’s losing his vision has invited me, so we are always down one player… though he will make the occasional putt!

I am the same. I very rarely play in them. The winning scores are usually so unrealistically obnoxious. I have read that some tournaments, to combat cheating, are requiring two teams to play together and exchange scorecards. I’m sure that eightsomes take forever to finish but at least it is a step in the right direction.


We can only control ourselves. I don’t get frustrated by cheaters because I don’t cheat.


Reminds me of when I used to go to trivia nights back in college, always one table cheating looking up answers. If that’s what you need in life, to win a scramble or trivia, then go ahead because you seem to need that more than I do. I’ll just go straight up and have some fun


Finally back home after a month away for work. Have the next two days to play some golf. I get my new sticks tomorrow. I’ll be able to get some data with my RAPSODO and new sticks. I’m super excited. In a two man best ball on Sunday. It’ll be another month before i get some more time. But come middle January I’ll be back to a normal schedule of a week of work and a week of golf.

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Keeping my 30+ year streak alive of zero contest wins. A bit like Charlie Brown.


And I don’t bet, so someone’s cheating wouldn’t cost me.

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There are a few ways to check golf contest winners, depending on the type of contest and the organization hosting the contest. Here are some possible options:

  1. Check the official website of the golf organization or event: Many golf organizations and events post contest results on their websites. You can usually find a dedicated section for “Leaderboards” or “Scores” where you can see the results of the contest.
  2. Follow the golf organization or event on social media: Golf organizations and events often post updates and results on social media platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Follow their accounts and keep an eye out for announcements.
  3. Check local newspapers or golf magazines: If the golf contest was held at a local club or course, there may be coverage of the event in the local newspaper or golf magazine. Look for articles or features about the contest winners.
  4. Contact the organizers directly: If you can’t find the contest results online or in print, you can contact the organizers of the contest directly and ask for the winners’ list. You may be able to find contact information on the organization’s website or by searching online.

Keep in mind that some contests may have different levels of winners (such as overall winners, winners by age group, winners by gender, etc.), so be sure to specify which category you are looking for when checking the results of lottery.