Different games people play while they are playing golf.
This article explains a different Scramble game for golf. You have teams of four players score minus handicap - 1 on par 5´s, 2 on par 4´s and 3 on par threes´
2010 our Final LGA Event
A summary of our final 2010 LGA event with a Christmas Luncheon with a Chinese Gift Exchange
2012 Golf Season Has Arrived
This article covers the Mill Creek Golf Season Open for the LGA golfers. A beautiful day warm and sunny for February.
A Game called Where Am I
A review of a golf game I worked up called "Where Am I" which was a series of nine pictures along our golf course. Players had to find and record where they spotted each picture.
A Ladies Golf Game - Guess Your score!
this article explain a different type of game to play with your golf group. Since we had to play one nine holes of our golf course twice they had to do a little thinking before we teed off. Also included were three par three holes that I used for close to the pin awards.
A Mill Creek Celebration
A review of Mill Creek Golf Club and a Spring Celebration by the Mill Creek Community Association
A New Ladies Day Game
An article about Ladies Day games. This idea is for a team play for the weekly game day event.
A Par Three Event
This artical describes a special golf event by changing our 18 regulation hole golf course into a Par Three course. Interesting way to liven up your golfing group. Not as easy as you think it will be but lots of fuhn.
A Penny Here and a Penny There
Article about a game I gave to my group on Friday. Each player received 18 pennies and when she three putted she had to give other players in her group a penny. Winner was gal who came into club house with the most pennies.
A Poetic Ladies Golf Game
A new golf game disigned by Trish Johes of Australia. She is very creative in thinking up newg games for her ladies golf group.
A Red, White and Blue Tournament
This is a review of a inovative ladies golf tournament to play on the Fourth of July called the Red, White and Blue.
A Request for Tic Tac Toe
A review of the game Tic Tac Toe requested by way of my email. She wanted more information about the game that I had memtioned in one of my reviews.
A Revised Golf Game.
A review of a revised colored ball golf game. A player in my group devised this game for our group last Friday. It was a team effort against a lone player as we had twosomes as teams. We all played against her score minus handicaps.
Amazing Scramble for Fort Hood Soldiers
This article explains an amazing scramble given by Boeing for the Fort Hood Soldiers for the purchase of Chinook Helicopters.
An Unusual Ladies Day Event!
Describing a different golfing event for our Ladies Play Day. Using one ball the team of three persons alternated hitting the ball until holed.
Another Church Scramble
A review of our Presbyterian Church golf scramble on Sunday afternoon on April 28, 2013. It was a beautiful day with 20 golfers and we had a great time.
Another Select Nine
A review of some golf games where you select nine holes from your 18 holes played to find a winner of the day.
Another Unusual Team Scramble
This article destribes our recently two person team scramble held at our Mill Creek Golf Club. All eighteen golf holes were made to be par three´s. The Pro shop made some interesting set up for each hole. They did have direction on our score card so we knew where to look, even then they were hard
This is an article to alert readers who have great golf game ideas they have organized for their golf group.
Australian Golf Game - Ladders
This article explain a golf game that was sent to me by Helen Reeves of Australia called Ladders.
Big Apple Tournament
A review of a golf game sent to me by Paulette Firestone called The Big Apple. Paulette always has such creative ideas for golf games for her group.
How to set up a Birdie Tree for your Ladies Golfers to post all birdies aquired during the year.
Challenge the Pro
This article explains our last Ladies Day event where we played against our Pro. He played six holes with each group and he had to play with only three clubs.
Covert Coolers are Ready
An article about a new item a Covert Cooler for golfers who carry extra water, sodas, beer in their golf bag during their golf game.
Cross Country Scramble
Article about our Cross Country Scramble set up with an eight hole course with a par of 46 on Super Bowl Sunday
A review of a visit by my daughter Cindy and her husband Brian for a week in sunny Texas.
Friday the Thirteenth Game
This article explains the Voo Doo game I had for some of our golfing gals last Friday.
Games Within the Golf Game
This article lists a variety of golf games ladies can play during their regular day of golf or even during their weekly LGA play.
Golf Games - 500 fun games to add to your Golf Game
This article describes a book that gives 200 golf games to play while you are playing golf. Fun ways to add variety and challenge to your everyday golf games.
Discribing my halloween golf day this past Monday. We played the orange ball game followed by lunch for the nine ladies who signed up.
Having Fun With Golf
A review of an article in Golf Digest about having fun while playing golf. Added information about my bood Crazy Golf Games and how we have fun with golf.
A review of a golf game sent to me by Paulette Firestone. This sounds like a great game if you can get your manager to cut extra holes in your greens.
How to Involve your Golfers
This article explains ways to involve your golfing friends to take part in planning the game of the day.
How to run a Ringers Game!
How to start new interest with a different game for woman golfers. The Ringer game will last all season as players try to impove on their original score at the beginning of the season.
Identify Golf Course Game
A review of a golf course game called Identify golf course pictures while playing a round of golf.
Labor Day Murder Mystery Game
This article explain a golf game plus have the players figure out who murdered our Director of Golf and a Young Pro. Clues were left on each green and could be read if the team made a net par on each hole. Luncheon was served at my home after our game.
Ladies Golf Revised
This article explain a way we had to change our chairman of our weekly golf day. With no one stepping up for the job it was revised to have ladies sign up for one month. It will be her duty to be in charge of that months events.
Licorice Exchange in Golf
This is a review of a crazy golf game I dreamed up using my supply of Licorice that I purchased from a business of my neice.
Luck Be a Lady -Paulette Firestone
Another game idea from Paulette Firestone called Luck Be a Lady. This game they threw big foam dice to get the number they had to shot.
May Month Duties
The article describes how our Ladies Day have divided the year to have members be responsible for the activities for that month. Arranging score cards, pay out money to winners and other prizes.
Member/Guest Golfing Event
This describes an event your club can organize to welcome guests to your club and golf course. It can be simple or elaborate and a fun event.
A review of the Monopoly Game that was sent to my by Paulette Firestone of New York.
Monopoly Mill Creek Style
A review of the Monopoly game I used for or gals on Friday. I worked this up from Paulette Firestones monopoly game she used with her golf group.
More Golf Games
This article give a list of golf games that came to me from Helen Reeves of Australia. Keep note of these to try with your golf group. Will add the rest later.
More Golf Games II
Second list of Golf Games from Helen Reeves of Australia. Different versions and play on some old time golf games
Murder Mystery and VooDoo Games
In this article it give a simple discription of the Murder Mystery golf game plus my added VooDoo game for Friday the Thirteenth.
Murdur Mystery Golf Game
A review of a murdur mystery golf game that was tried in New Prague, Minnesota for their Spring Mixer.
My first 18 holes in 2012
A review of my golf games with my first full 18 holes played in 2012.
New Plans for Golf in 2008
This article explains many of the new tournaments our Pro Shop is planing for the Ladies this season.
Orange Ball Express
This article explains a golf game that players have to alternate using an orange ball for the team score. It was a Halloween game with many comments and a fun time for all.
Planning Ahead for Tee Times
This is an article on how to plan ahead and make set tee times for your group of golfers. Our extra tee times are on Monday and Friday with an appointed golfer to plan the game of the day.
Religion and Golf
An article review in the Golf Digest about religion and golf. It also brings up my experience of a church golf scramble to interest me in joining this church. Now responsible for another golf scramble
A review of a book called the Tee Parties written by Peg Nikoden covering tournaments plans for Ladies Golf Leagues. Very informative good on all you need to knoew about tournaments and themes for these tourtnaments.
The Battle of the Grab Bags
A review of a golf game called The Battle of the Grab Bags where the players had to pick their game from a brown paper bag as well as their prize and lunch.
The Golf Game Comes Together
An article about my first game this year where I kept score. After a few months of illness and few times playing golf, it finally came together.
The Milton Kattner Golf Scramble
A review of our Presbyterian church golf scramble. It was named The Milton Kattner Golf Scramble in honor of Milton Kattner who is in his 90's and loves golf.
Think outside the box!
This article is about creating a different kind of game while you are playing your regular 18 hole. Be a little creative and think outside the box.
Trish Jones Golf Game
This article describes the Stableford scoring with an added touch of a card game plus Trish Jones home course.
Try a Putting Contest
This article explains our putting contest that was part of our Member/Guest tournament.
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A review of a golf event that Mary Ann Fischer sent to me from Florida. They held a fun game called Welcome Back to the 50's
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