1-Man Scramble

Wish you could have a mulligan on every shot? Well now you can!

Our famous annual 1-Man Scramble has been around for 21 years now!  The 1-Man, also known as the “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda” tournament, was originally set up as a memorial for the founder of Cloverleaf Golf Course, Paul Gabriel.  It is a unique one-day, singles event that allows players some relief from their bad shots.  Players may take a “second” shot or mulligan at anytime on the golf course (off the tee, in the fairway, or on the green).  HOWEVER, if a second shot is played, the player must play the second shot, even if it is worse than the first.  While it is a scramble, you do not necessarily get to play the best ball of the two.  You must play the second ball if you choose to play it.

The tournament includes closest to the hole contest, long drive challenge for both the senior and open divisions, and an additional walking round at Cloverleaf!  It contains 4 flights, so golfers of any skill range can come out and have some fun in this tournament!

1-Man Scramble Information

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Registration begins at 12:15PM

Shotgun Start at 1:00PM

Entry Deadline is July 8th

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the tournament held?  The 1-Man is held in July every year.  

What is the format of the tournament?  It is a 1-Man scramble with 4 flights.

How much is the entry fee?  The entry fee is $55.00 per person and a large optional skin game will be available.

What does the entry fee include?  The entry fee includes 18-holes of golf with riding cart, eligibility into the Senior and Open Division long drive challenge, closest to the hole contests, and an additional 18-hole walking round to Cloverleaf Golf Course.

What can I win?  CASH!!! 5 places are paid out in each of the 4 flights.  Prize money will be awarded to approximately 20% of the field if the tournament does not fill up.

How big is the field?  The field will be limited to approximately 96 entries

Can I play with my friends?  Requests will be accepted but pairings will ultimately be decided by the tournament committee.

For more information, please contact us at (618) 462-3022!