Scramble: Another iconic gambling game, this one is perfectly suitable for outing play and play among high handicap golfers. In this game, foursomes compete against one another for the lowest ...
If you’re like most golfers, you love gambling as much as the great game of golf itself. Gambling and golf go together like peanut butter and jelly; a match made in heaven. It’s also one of the very few sports which is enjoyable to play by yourself when you need to disconnect from the world and with friends or with complete strangers.
Seven golf gambling games your squad should be playing now. The first-tee ritual of deciding what type of action you want for your round of golf needn’t be so mundane. Yes, you can play a Nassau ...
Beginner Games 1. Skins. How to play: This is one of the most popular golf games. It’s simple match play: Each hole is worth a set number of “skins” — it can be the same number for each hole or escalate throughout the round (maybe each hole on the front nine is worth 10, 10-17 are worth 25, and No. 18 is worth 50) — and whoever has the most skins at the end of the round wins whatever the pot is.
Aces and Deuces, sometimes called Acey Ducey, is a betting game best for groups of four golfers. On each hole, the low score (the "ace") wins an agreed upon amount from the other three players, and the high score (the "deuce") loses an agreed upon amount to the other three players.
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Back in 2007, I wrote Golf Digest's Complete Book of Golf Betting Games. Since then, friends, family, even perfect strangers have stopped me on countless occasions to share their "perfect" golf ...
This is one of the golf gambling games that isn’t for the faint of heart. Things can get real ugly in Vegas (don’t we know it). In Vegas the scores of each player on a team are paired, and then matched up against the other team. For example, if I scored a 4 and my partner scores a 6 we would have a 46.
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Another classic golf betting game, in this game one player in the foursome for each hole is named the Wolf. The Wolf then chooses to play the hole 1 vs. 3, or to partner up and play it 2 vs. 2. How it works: On each hole, the “Wolf” will tee off first. They then will watch the rest of the foursome hit their drives.