Par Three Tournament-2017

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This year’s Woodmont Par Three Tournament will be an electric affair as it will be played on a reinvented 18-hole short course on the North on Sunday April 30th.  This year’s theme is “Short Circuit-Sure To Get A Charge Out Of This One”.

The unique 4-person event is played over an updated Par 54 course-approximately 1828 yards as the drone flies, made up of 18 unique Par 3 holes-the creative output of D & D & W & F Design Associates.  The holes range from 80 to 160ish yards with most playing under 120, so this is an opportunity for players of all caliber to take part in one of the most unique events on the Woodmont Golf Calendar each year.  You have never seen your course look or play like this so don’t miss out on the fun.

It is played as a 4-Person Step-Back Scramble format so the individual 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 take home the Net or Gross prizes.  The UL Rating for the course is “Scoring Resistant”.

Precision is required on the Laser Beam 7th hole

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In the 2016 Net competition, Norman Freidkin teamed up with Gary Ratner and Howard and Carol Cohen to take top honors with their team posting an outstanding 38.6 net.  In the Gross competition the team of Marc Birnbaum, Herb Kushner, Howard Wollner, and Andy Lee won with a fine score of 10 under par.

Final Results from the 2016 scintillating Par Three Tournament

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As with all Woodmont events there are serious Keepers Kup Points going to our guys in the top five finishing groups with Keepers.  So corral some friends and sign up your four-person squad for this entertaining competition through the Woodmont Golf Registration portal by clicking the Woodmont Logo below.

Click to register through Woodmont Website

(Click to review the downloadable color yardage book for the event)

(Click to see the event scorecard for hole names and yardages)

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