A Scramble, also called an Ambrose, Bramble, or Ft. Lauderdale is a competition for teams of 2 or more players. It is commonly played in golf events with participants of widely varying skill levels. Usually, the A-player, the most skilled team member, is designated as the team’s captain.
Every team member plays a tee shot at each hole from their designated tee. The team or its captain selects the best result and that stroke is added to the team’s score. Each player on the team plays a shot from the location of the selected ball. The process is repeated until a ball is holed.
Common methods of determining team handicaps for a scramble include:
For large events, the requirement to break ties can be reduced by calculating the team handicap allowances to a tenth of a stroke.
There are many variations of play for Scramble competitions:
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