Tito’s Shorties Classic
Points: Holes 1-2 are worth 1 skin per hole, holes 3-4 are worth 2 skins per hole, holes 5-6 are worth 3 skins per hole, holes 7-8 are worth 4 skins per hole, and hole 9 is worth 5 skins.
Scoring: Lowest combined team score wins the hole. If any two teams tie on any hole, all skins roll over to the next hole. Skins continue to roll over until one team’s combined score on a hole wins outright.
Example: Hole 3 –
- Joel Dahmen/Joey Coldcuts each score 3, combined team score 6
- Keith Mitchell/Robby Berger each score 3, combined team score 6
- Harry Higgs/Fat Perez each score 3, combined team score 6
- Skin rolls over to hole two which is now worth 2 skins.
Hole 2 –
- Joel Dahmen scores 2/Joey Coldcuts scores 4, combined team score 6
- Keith Mitchell scores 3/Robby Berger scores 4, combined team score 7
- Harry Higgs scores 3/Fat Perez scores 3 combined team score 6
- Skins roll over again to hole three which is now worth 3 skins.
Hole 3 –
- Joel Dahmen scores 3/Joey Coldcuts scores 4, combined team score 7
- Keith Mitchell scores 2/Robby Berger scores 4, combined team score 6
- Harry Higgs scores 2/Fat Perez scores 3 combined team score 5
- Team Higgs win 3 skins and the skins reset and hole four is now worth 3 skins.
Wildcard: Reverse Mulligan – Each team will receive a reverse mulligan that can be redeemed at any time during play. When a team selects an opposing player for a reverse mulligan, that player must replay their previous shot. If any shots remain after the reverse mulligan is taken the participant then finishes out the hole. Each team can only call one reverse mulligan in the round.
Example – On hole 8 Keith Mitchell tees off and puts it just over the back of the green in the rough looking at a tough up and down, Robby Berger finds the green about 15 feet from the hole. Higgs and Fat Perez both tee off next and each finds the green, Higgs about 20 ft out and Perez 25 ft away. Last to tee off Joel Dahmen hits it on to the fringe about 17 ft from the hole and Joey Coldcuts comes up just short of the green about 30 ft away from the hole. Coldcuts hits first, chips to 2 ft and makes par. Dahmen also hits a good chip and taps in for par, combined score for team Dahmen of 6. Perez and Higgs also both 2 putt for par also scoring a combined 6 for team Higgs. Berger steps up and burns the edge and taps in for 3. Mitchell then needs to chip in to win the hole and the skins which he promptly does but team Dahmen still have their reverse mulligan so they call it on team Mitchell forcing Mitchell to hit the chip again. Mitchell drops to where his ball was previously chips up and just misses so the hole ends in a tie and the skins roll over to the next hole.
Donation: Donations to the PGA Tour professionals designated charities will be made based on number of skins won by each team. Payouts as follows:
1st Place - $200,000
2nd Place - $100,000
3rd Place - $50,000
9th hole tie –
If two or more teams tie the 9th hole, thereby leaving the skins that were on the line at the beginning of the hole unawarded, all 3 teams select one team member to go back to the 9th tee for a closest to the pin play off. Each of the 3 selected participants tees off and the shot that is on the green and closest to the hole wins those skins for their team.
Final placement tie –
Teams tied for first place – If after 9 holes any teams are tied for 1st place in overall
points those two or three teams will each select one team member to go back to the 9th tee for a closest to the pin play off. Each of the 2 or 3 selected participants tees off and the shot that is on the green and closest to the hole is awarded 1st place the next closest 2nd place and if applicable the 3rd closest, 3rd place.
Teams tied for 2nd place –
If after 9 holes any two teams are tied for 2nd place in overall points The donation payouts for second and third places will be combined and split evenly between those two teams $75,000 each.
Hole in one bonus pool:
There is a $100,000 hole in one bonus pool for any hole(s) in one that happen during the event that will be evenly split based on number of holes in one that occur.
For example – If Joel Dahmen makes a hole in one on #4 and no others are made he wins a $100,000 bonus for his team.
If Joey Coldcuts makes a hole in one on #3 and Keith Mitchell makes a hole in one on #7 then team Dahmen receives a $50,000 bonus for their team and team Mitchell wins a $50,000 bonus for their team.
If Harry Higgs makes a hole in one on #2 and Fat Perez makes a hole in one on #6 then Team Higgs would get a $100,000 bonus total.
If Harry Higgs makes a hole in one on #2, Fat Perez makes a hole in one on #6 and Robby Berger makes a hole in one on #9 then team Higgs gets a $66,666 bonus and Team Mitchell gets a $33,333 bonus.
Hole in one bonus pool includes playoff holes if any required.