About this Event
Bro2GoJr would like as much support as we can get when it comes to our Anti-Bullying Campaign. There are many types of bullying to be aware of; cyber bullying, social bullies, verbal bullying, school bullies, bullying within the workplace, electronic or text bullying, as well as physical bullying. The bullying statistics alone this year reveal that bullying is a crime that is not going away anytime soon. There are about 160,000 children that miss school every day out of fear of being bullied. With so many recent cases of suicide being talked about in the media, it leaves many wondering about the new term Bullycide. This new term, bullycide, is a hybrid of bullying and suicide to explain when someone takes their life as a result of being bullied.
BRO2GO Golf Outing - What's Included
All Proceeds go to Benefit Bro2Go Jr. Anti-Bullying Campaign
Bro 2 Go "Golf Scramble" Rules (Four person Scramble format)
1. A scramble means that all team members tee off on each hole and then decide which tee shot they like the best and mark the spot with a tee or ball marker.
2. The other team members pick up their balls and place them within one club length (no closer to the hole) of the marked spot. Each team member hits their next shot from the chosen spot.
3. This procedure is followed on every shot for the remainder of the hole, including putts. The ball should be marked on the putting green.
4. Putts need to be placed within 3 inches of the marked spot (no closer to the hole). The first ball to go in the hole is counted for the team score.
5. You may lift, clean and place your ball within one club length on the selected shot; however, you may not move your ball out of a hazard (including bunkers), out of the rough, from the fairway or rough to the apron or from the apron to the green.
6. Men tee off from the white tees and women from the gold tees.
7. Please turn scorecards in to the Tournament Director. Prizes will be given at the end of the tournament.
CLOSET TO THE PIN
If your tee shot is on the green and the closest to the pin/hole, write your name on the marker card and place the marker in the ground on the spot where your ball came to rest. Once the marker has been placed in the ground, it should stay there until someone else hits a closer shot. Use the flagstick as a measuring rod. If it is a close call then that person should repeat the procedure of writing their name on the card below the other names and place the marker at the spot.
If your drive is in the fairway and the longest, write your name on the marker card and place the marker in the ground on the spot where your ball lays. Once the marker has been placed in the ground, it should stay there until someone else makes a longer drive. Then that person should repeat the procedure of writing their name on the card below the other names and place the marker at the spot.
Please turn in scorcards in to the Tournament Director. Prizes will be given at the end of the tournament.