A Bogey vs Par competition is a form of stroke play where the scoring is made as in match play.
It is basically you against the course but scored as in match play.
As an example: A player scores a 4 on the 1st hole and does not receive a shot. The par for the 1st is 4 so the player has halved the hole and is “all square“. His playing partner scores a 4 on the 1st but does receive a shot so has a net 3 against the par of 4. As such this player is “1 up”
The winner is the competitor who is most successful in the aggregate of holes. Please complete all 18 holes as the score of these holes will apply to any count back.
Bogey vs Par Competitions
Bogey, par and Stableford competitions are forms of stroke play in which play is against a fixed score at each hole. The Rules for stroke play, so far as they are not at variance with the following specific Rules, apply. In handicap bogey, par and Stableford competitions, the competitor with the lowest net score at a hole takes the honour at the next teeing ground.
Bogey and Par Competitions
The scoring for bogey and par competitions is made as in match play. Any hole for which a competitor makes no return is regarded as a loss. The winner is the competitor who is most successful in the aggregate of holes. The marker is responsible for marking only the gross number of strokes for each hole where the competitor makes a net score equal to or less than the fixed score.
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