Flowing Springs Golf Tournaments

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Book your golf tournament with Flowing Springs Golf Greens 
 
It is our goal to ensure that all our tournament guests have an excellent experience. Both on the golf course and during their meal. We offer several tournament packages. And can customize a package to meet your specific needs.
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(306) 543.5050.

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Our Tournament Package highlights the available services, menus and pricing. For further information please contact us at (306) 543.5050.

Looking for available tournament dates?

Please fill out our Tournament form and we will reply and let you know if the dates you have requested are available. If they are not we will suggest alternative dates as close as possible.

Once we have confirmed your tournament date we will send you a link to another form. A form to confirm other details of your tournament, such as:
  • Club rentals for players who don’t have clubs
  • Event contests: longest drive, longest putt, closest to the hole, hole in one
  • Meals and Beverages
  • and more

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Flowing Springs Golf Greens is proud to be host to some of Regina’s charitable golf tournaments.

Types of Golf Tournaments to Run

The Scramble

The Scramble is one of the primary forms of tournament play. A scramble tournament is usually played with 4-person teams. But 3-person and 2-person scrambles work, too. Handicaps are sometimes applied. But scramble tournaments are as likely to use gross scores as the net.
 
Here’s how the basic scramble format works:
 
  • Each golfer on the team hits a drive.
  • Players then choose which drive is best to use.
  • The other golfers then pick up their ball and play the second shot from the best drive location.
  • And so on, until the ball has been putted in for one team score.
 
When moving golf balls to the spot of the selected shot. The other golfers on the team can play from within one-club length of the original spot. But that one-club length cannot be closer to the hole, and it can’t improve the lie of the original ball. If the selected drive is in the first cut of rough. Then the other members of the team cannot hit from the fairway even if the fairway is within one club-length.
 
Likewise, you can’t move a ball onto the putting green when the selected ball is on the fringe.
 
Order of play on every stroke is usually at the sole discretion of each scramble team. Because Golfer “X” hit first off the tee doesn’t mean Golfer X has to hit first on the second stroke, and so on.
It’s up to the team to decide on the order of play.

Best Ball

Best Ball is a golf tournament format in which the multiple golfers who make up a team compare their scores on each hole, and the one lowest score among them - the “best ball” among them - counts as the team score.

Best ball teams, the vast majority of the time, consist of four golfers, but best ball can also be played by 3-person teams. A 2-person best ball is also possible, but is more commonly called better ball.

Along with the scramble, best ball is one of the most popular golf tournament formats. There’s also another format called best-ball that plays very different and is mentioned at the bottom of this article.

EXAMPLE OF BEST BALL SCORING

Using 4-person teams in our example, here’s how a best ball works:

  • Each team in the tournament consists of four golfers.
  • On each hole, all four members of the team tee off, each walks to their own golf ball and plays their second stroke; each walks to their own golf ball and plays their third stroke; and so on, until the ball is holed. In other words, each member of a best ball team is just playing normal golf - hitting their own golf ball, trying to make his or her best score possible on each hole.
  • When all four team members have finished the hole, they compare scores.
  • The lowest score among the four team members counts as the team score for that hole.

That’s best ball.

Really quite simple. If the four scores on Hole 1 are 4, 4, 6 and 5, the team score is 4. On Hole 2, if the team members score 5, 4, 7 and 3, the team score is 3. And so on. Do that for 18 holes and add up the score for the team’s total.

Shotgun Starts: (Some restrictions may apply)

Morning Start

Afternoon Start

 

Tournament Deposit Policy

  • $500 deposit required for all tournaments.
    • (Deposit money will be used for any “No Show” unpaid tee times.
  • $800 deposit when the meal is included

View Regina Golf Tournament Pricing for Flowing Springs Golf Greens Looking for available tournament dates?

Please fill out our Tournament form and we will reply and let you know if the dates you have requested are available. If they are not we will suggest alternative dates as close as possible.

Once we have confirmed your tournament date we will send you a link to another form to confirm other details of your tournament, such as:

  • Club rentals
  • Tournament signage
  • Event contests (longest drive, longest putt)
  • Meals and Beverages

Food & Beverage

Our snack counter is open throughout your tournament for food and drinks. From sandwiches, smokies, and hot dogs to chips, chocolate bars and assorted soda, energy drinks and water.

We also serve beer and alcohol in the clubhouse. Depending on the size of your tournament, we can arrange to have a beverage cart available on the course for your golfers. As well, golfers can rent a small cooler from our beverage counter for use in their cart.