The Musketeers challenge for 2020 is to play Texas Scramble style golf for 24hours, this will start on the evening of Friday 26th June, finishing 24hours later on Saturday 27th. We will be holding the event at Lymington Golf Centre who have very kindly agreed to support us in our challenge.
The aim is to raise as much as possible for MIND, the mental health charity so please try and support us. The guiding vision from MIND is simple:-
“We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect “
We have set up a JustGiving page which can be found here: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/the-musketeers-golf
More details will be added soon so keep an eye on this page
What is Texas Scramble?
Texas Scramble is a form of team competition in golf. In the purest, simplest form of Texas Scramble all members of the team – teams are normally of 3 or 4 players – tee off. Then one of these drives is chosen to be used for the next shot and all members of the team place their balls where the chosen drive ended up, and all the team play a second shot from this spot. From these second shots, one is chosen and all play a third shot from there – and so on until the ball is holed. There are many variations on the rules of Texas Scramble. For example some formats requires that a certain number of drives must be taken from each player in the team, typically three drives in a four-man team, or four in a three-man one, this is the version that we will be playing.