Set Up an Overall Tournament
Tournament Information
Enter basic information about the tournament and its director.
  • It is not necessary to include the year.
  • Required to perform tournament administration.
  • A brief description or note that will appear on the tournament page
Divisions
Indicate below which divisions are offered in this tournament. The two leftmost checkboxes are for the Open and Women's divisions.
M = Master (over 40), GM = Grand Master (over 50), SGM = Senior Grand Master (over 60), L = Legend (over 70), J = Junior (under 19)
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Open
Women
Keep scoring for juniors separately (they don't compete against Open/Women)
Pools
If your tournament has pools, list them here:
Events
An overall tournament can have up to seven different events being contested. For each of the seven, indicate whether it is part of this tournament, how many rounds there are (including semis and finals), and how many of those are cumulative. Cumulative rounds start with the first round, and count the sum of a player's scores in all rounds up to that point. If no rounds are cumulative, the box can be left blank. If all divisions don't play the same number of rounds (or cumulative rounds), see the Admin Guide.
  • Event
    Rounds
    Cumulative
    Notes
  • Rounds are generally 9 or 18 holes. Normally, all of golf is cumulative.
  • Many full-format overall tournaments make the first two rounds of distance cumulative.
  • Many full-format overall tournaments make the first two rounds of accuracy cumulative.
  • Many full-format overall tournaments make the first two rounds of SCF cumulative.
  • A tournament usually offers either SCF or MTA.
  • It is rare to have TRC as a stand-alone event.
  • Has never been cumulative.
  • Has never been cumulative.
  • DDC team is:
  • Freestyle team is:
  • Allow mixed teams for:
Overall Point Scoring
Choose a scoring system below for awarding overall points in each event. Ties will share available points (for example, if three players tie for spots that would have awarded 20, 19, and 18 points, they each get 19.)
  • First place gets 50 points, second gets 49, third gets 48, and so on down. To vary by division, see the Admin Guide.
  • Last place in an event gets 1 point, next to last gets 2 points, and so on up. Skews the overall toward popular events.
  • First place in an event gets 1 point, second gets 2 points, and so on. The overall winner is the player with the fewest points.
Team Events
Non-participants
Scratches