Format & Rules

Get ready for a spectacular day of team competition at Casselview Golf & Country Club!

  • 1pm shotgun start
  • 10 teams of 12 players each with s six pairs per team
  • Three match-play formats: Scramble, Best Ball and Singles
  • Two-person scramble for the first six holes or less (two points for the winning team)
  • Two-person best ball for next six holes or less (four points for the winning team)
  • Individual matches vs. both opponents for however many holes remain (two points per match)
  • If a Scramble or Best Ball match is over after four or five holes, the next format/match starts on the next hole
  • Total of 14 points available in each foursome
  • The team with the most points at the end wins the Commish’s Cup!
  • In the event of a tie, the anchor pairing from each team will play a sudden-death playoff using the two-person Scramble format
  • Players who live in postal codes that are not on the list can be recruited as “captain picks”
  • There are no stroke-and-distance penalties for this event; instead, the ball is dropped at at the point of entry with a one-stroke penalty
  • This event follows the Slammer Tour's tee-block assignment concept based on scoring median and driving distance
  • Guest team captains must provide scoring average and average driving distance for each of their players and tee-block assignments will be assigned accordingly
  • Some tee-box assignment exceptions may be required if it is deemed by the Committee and Team Captains that a player is in a grey area and an adjustment would be better for the group
  • Guest teams have specific recruitment rules which can be found by clicking here
  • Grandfather clause: anyone who has played for any particular team in the past may play for that team again

ProMotion OrthoticsMichelob Ultra


  • The Michelob Ultra Long Bomb: Optional $10 entry gets players a nice cold Michelob Ultra, a golf ball and a shot at the moola on hole #1!
  • ProMotion Orthotics Doggies: Each doggie (closest-to-the-pin) is worth 100 bones with the remaining 100 going to the kids. Players must make par or better to win.


See you at Casselview!