Par Three Tournament-2018

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The Woodmont Par Three Tournament has become one of the most popular events of the year as it attracts over 100 participants-men, women, and qualified juniors- to compete on 18 unique Par 3 Holes carved out of the North Course.  It will be played on Sunday April 29th with assigned Tee Times between 7:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.

This year the theme is a nostalgic tug from the past “Monopoly” with holes like “Chance”, “Free Parking”, “Short Line”, “Water Works”, and, of course, “Boardwalk” and “Park Place”.  As you can imagine, it will all be about managing the real estate.

The course has been thoroughly rethunk by the design firm of D & F Associates with holes ranging 55 to 146 yards and approach angles into the greens that Alfred Tull never had in mind.   You have never seen your course look or play like this….these holes will challenge your creativity and the full array of your shot making skills.

“Free Parking”: A short pitch from Trillium’s teaching pad on the range over the new bunker into the reshaped 9th Green….short does not make it easy!

Grab your buddies, your spouses, or your kids and assemble your own 4-Person Team to play in this Step-Aside Scramble format.  The individual challenge is made slightly easier by the fact that your result does not have to count on each shot.  To make the kompetition fun for everyone, we split the field into two flights based on the team scramble handicap assigned to each team.  There will be Gross and Net Prizes in each flight once again this year.

“Ventnor Avenue”: 134 yds. from the back tee on 11 to the right corner of the 13th green that is accessible to players of all calibers.

As you can see below, it took excellent team play to take home the sweeps in 2017.  For the Proton Flight the youngins of Sophie Simon, Amanda Levy, Will Klein, and Kyle Nordheimer took the gross prize with 42.  The net winner in this division with 53.2 was the team of Phil Schulman, Arnie Miller, Mike Selis, and Steve Freeman.  In the Electron Flight Neal Bobys, Paul Cohen, Rick Brecher, and Howard Isaacson teamed up for 47 to win the gross and the Father/Son team of Scott Attman, Eliot Liffman, Ryan Attman, and Jake Liffman carded 42.2 to win the net.

Besides the sweeps prizes for all winners, 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 “to play Monopoly” 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)


(Click to review the downloadable hole listing)




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