Match-Putt Game, Ryder Cup Style
PROVOTO'S NEWEST INDOOR PUTTING GAME
Match-Putt was designed to take advantage of the unique features of Provoto Putting Systems. The game can also be played anytime there are three different adjacent hole patterns.
A player wins when they are up by more than there are holes to play.
Provoto hole reducers are used to create the 3" and 2" hole sizes
Par number represents the maximum number putts for each hole, if par isn't made, post boggy
Each round of 6 holes should be able to completed within 10 to 12 minutes
(18 holes) Round 1- level; Round 2- R to L break; Round 3- L to R break
Match-Putt uses the inserts to create different degrees of difficulty. The standard, 4¼” hole is a Par 2, the 3” insert a Par 3, and the 2” insert a Par 4, see sample score card. Holes not pared will receive a bogy on the score card, Repeating the sequence for total of 6 holes. Having the putting surface adjusted (1) level, (2) right to left break and (3) left to right break can extend the game to 18 holes. The first round with a level surface, second round with a right to left break and the last round with a left to right break. Turning the adjustment knobs 4-6 quarter turns from a level putting surface will create an outside edge breaking putt to the hole.
Sample Score Card
Free Downloads for 2 to 32 players
Match-Putt Game score sheet, tournament bracket score sheet and monthly score sheet
Ryder Cup Format
All games are played under Match Play rules, where the result of each game is determined by the number of holes won. A player or team wins win they are up by more than there are holes to play. The game can be modified at parties for “Fourball” or “Fourssomes” by creating groups of two person teams.
"Fourball" play is a match in which each member of the two-man teams plays their own ball. Four balls are in play per hole with each of the four players competing. The team whose player has the lowest score on that hole wins the hole. Should players from each team tie for the best score, the hole is halved.
"Foursomes" play is a match where two golfers play together against two other golfers and each team plays one ball. The golfers play alternate shots (player A hits tee shot, player B hits second shot, etc.) until the hole is played out. Team members alternate playing the tee shots, with one golfer hitting the tee shot on odd-numbered holes, and the other hitting the tee shot on the even-numbered holes. The team with the better score wins the hole. Should the two teams tie for best score, the hole is halved.
Teams and Pairings can be set by team Captains or drawing numbers.