Tournament Packages Include:
(Minimum of 13 players)
- Green fee
- Golf Car w/ GPS (Logo option available)
- Advance reservation convenience
- Format/rules sheets
- Bag Drop Guest Services
- Personalized Golf Cart Signs & Scorecards
- Hole Contest Facililiation
- Event Scoring and Summary Sheet
- Beverage Cart Service
Event Range Balls
- Staged Carts with tees and coolers
- Event Registration and Prize Tables
- Complimentary Volunteer Carts (based on availability)
- Rental Clubs: The latest Callaway irons & woods
- Personally assigned Golf Professional to help coordinate your event
Optional Services Include
- Custom Logo for GPS
- Prize Fund
- Logo Golf Balls
- Personalized Food and Beverage Packages
- "Fly Your Own Flag"- Ask for Details
- Hole In One Prizes Insurance
- Gift Certificates
- Merchandise Packages Available
For additional information on dates and rates for your golf outing, please contact our Professional Staff at (512) 308-4770.
Tournament Style at Wolfdancer
The Wolfdancer Tournament Staff can assist your group with many types of tournament-style events, specialty games and contests.
Stroke Play — Each golfer plays his or her own ball throughout the round and keeps score accordingly. If desired, these scores can be adjusted by using handicaps.
Match Play — Each golfer plays his or her own ball throughout the round. In match play, the game is played by holes. The side/golfer that holes its ball in the fewer strokes wins a hole. In a handicap match, the lower net score wins the hole.
Scramble — A scramble is a great team event. On every hole, each member of the team may hit a tee shot. The team determines the best shot and then all team members hit from that location. This procedure is repeated until the ball is holed out. A team score is then recorded and the team moves to the next hole. Scramble variations are available to suit any group's desires.
Best Ball — The best-ball format combines elements of stroke play with team competition. A typical best-ball tournament involves four-person teams in which each participant plays his or her own ball and the best score is recorded for the team. This can be done in a multiple best-ball format by recording the two or three best scores. If desired, these scores can be adjusted by using handicaps.
Skins Game — The basic format for "Skins" is one in which the winner (inpidual or team) is awarded a "Skin" for the lowest score on each hole. If desired, these scores can be adjusted by using handicaps. There can be no ties in this game and it is possible to have as many as eighteen "Skins" awarded. A "Skin" is usually exchanged for a monetary award.
Specialty Games and Contests
Long Drive — In a long drive contest, the winner is the player who hits his or her ball the farthest in a single stroke, while keeping the ball in the fairway. Men and women may compete separately, or play against each other, taking advantage of the placement of different tee grounds to level the playing field.
Closest to the Hole — This usually occurs on the par-3 holes, and players try to hit their ball closest to the hole in a single shot from the teeing ground. The ball must come to rest on the green in one stroke, and the player whose ball is closest to the hole wins. Men and women may compete separately, or play against each other, taking advantage of the placement of different tee grounds to level the playing field.
Longest Putt made — In a long putt contest, the winner is the player who makes the longest putt in a single stroke, while putting from on the green. Men and women may compete separately, or play against each other.