Comments on TeeGolf Rules
Rule 8: Scoring
Rule 8 Scoring
As in regular USGA and R&A golf the player with the least number of strokes wins. Of course, most of the time recreational golfers aren't competing when they go golfing. Some don't even bother keeping score. Others keep score and see if they can improve on their scores each time they golf.
The only difference with TeeGolf is that you can take 3 Mulligans on a 9-hole round or 6 Mulligans on an 18-hole round. These Mulligans do not count against the final score.
TeeGolf players should circle the score on their score cards on any hole where they took a Mulligan. That way they can keep track of the number of Mulligans they take.
In a competitive round, whether a golf tournament or just a friendly competitive round, when there is a tie, the player with the least number of Mulligans wins.
TeeGolf is designed primarily for recreational golfers--that is, people who golf for the fun of it. Therefore, the standard for recreational golfers should not be the standard adopted for professional players, players with handicaps, and serious golfers.
By adding one stroke to the par for each hole, you arrice at the par for a round of golf. Thus, add 9 strokes to a 9-hole round and 18 strokes to an 18-hole round. Of course, it won't make any difference in any golfer's score, but it does give a more reasonable standard to play by.
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1. TeeGolf is a golf game using revised USGA golf rules, played on any regular golf course.
2. Golf tees may be used any place on the course except the greens.
3. Golf ball lies may be improved according to TeeGolf rules.
4. Three mulligans may be taken on each 9-hole round, without adding to total score.
5. Any types of golf clubs or balls may be used without restriction.
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