Par Three Tournament 2015

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Woodmont LogoThe annual playing of the Woodmont Par Three Tournament will be held on the North Course on Sunday April 19th.  This year’s version is called “Northern Exposure” and will be a survival of the fittest affair. The course is Par 54-2040 yards made up of 18 unique Par 3 holes-the creative output of D & D & W Design Associates.  The holes range from 80 to 160 yards with most playing under 120, so this is an opportunity for players of all caliber to participate and contribute to a winning effort.

Given the 4-Person Step-Back Scramble format the personal challenge is made slightly easier by the fact that your result does not have to count on each shot.  A team scramble handicap increment will be deducted for each group so it is going to take a bunch under par to win the day this year. There are club prizes for low gross and low net groups.

Last year the team of Doc Keller/Kaptin Keith Eig/Freaky Friedson/World Wide Weber shot 45 gross/40.5 net to win the top prize.  Sniffing at their heels were Missus Dweck/Mishner Dweck/Zee Bot Zweig/Not Da Fink who had gross 46/41.2 net to take second.

 

 

 

 

The opening challenge from the back range teeing area is Peep Hole
Peep Hole-the opening challenge from the back range teeing area to the first green.
The Road Hole is #9-pitch across 3 lanes into the 7th Green.
The Road Hole is #9-pitch across 3 lanes into the 7th Green.
Tear Bucket is the 15th-a true postcard hole.
Tear Bucket is the 15th-a true postcard hole.

 

As with all Woodmont events there are serious Keepers Kup Points going to our guys in the top five finishing groups with Keepers.

So grab some partners and sign up your four-person squad for this entertaining competition on-line at the Woodmont Website.  Like the Cross Country at year’s end, this is a unique event you do not want to miss.

 

 

 

 

(Click to see the Par Three Scorecard)

(Click to review hole detail in the Northern Exposure Yardage Book)

 

 

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