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THE "BEAST" OF THE WOODS  › Pete Crist   January 3, 2013 at 11:22pm

I agree! Wolf scoring system for leagues and casual rounds please.

5 points (lone wolf wins hole)
2 points ea. (wolf & partner wins hole)
1 point ea. (big group wins hole)

Hole by hole scoring NOT needed, just points total for each round.

Thank you:)

A Bee   January 4, 2013 at 6:42am

Hmm, I've never seen wolf scored that way. Usually it's just the winning team splitting skins based on how many ppl lost the hole...

Jeff Bauman   January 4, 2013 at 10:01am

A point based scoring system would be great for our league. We play Stableford and skins where the most points wins, and No Bogey where the least points win.

Jim Daniels   January 4, 2013 at 10:43am

Old Skool Brown Park Wolf - Traditionally played with 5. ****-talking allowed during putts. Carry-Over or No-Carry-Over. Carry-over can be equalizer for lesser-skilled players. 3 points for blind (declare wolf prior to tee-shot) wolf. 2 points for wolf. 1 point for being a winning team. A ... more

THE "BEAST" OF THE WOODS   January 4, 2013 at 7:55pm

Wow, hot topic! I run a Glow Lone Wolf league at Woodmansee park where the park closes at midnight. "Lone Wolf" format as I understand it moves quickly as not all the t-shots are used in play.

THE "BEAST" OF THE WOODS   January 4, 2013 at 7:58pm

Each player has a number, play in order each hole, each player has a chance to be the "Wolf" (chose Lone Wolf or pick a partner) before your T-shot. Player #1 is wolf on hole 1, Player #2 is wolf on hole 2, and so on. No points awarded for a push.

THE "BEAST" OF THE WOODS   January 4, 2013 at 8:01pm

Wolf can chose a player to be their partner ONLY after that players t-shot, but can NOT chose that player if the next player in order takes a their t-shot.