TPSF Boston Charity Golf Tournament

Event Details

TPSF Boston is having a charity golf tournament at Newton Commonwealth on 05/20/2017! Tee times starts at 10AM. $125 per individual, $500 per 4 person team. Teams which sell the most TPSF 50/50 raffle tickets get a special prize! Individuals will be formed into teams tourney day barring the number of players remaining. Holes can also be sponsored as well! Click here to purchase event tickets online. Additionally, you can also click here to download a Player/Sponsorship Registration form to be filled out and brought to The Last Drop in Brighton. If your team is filling out a Registration form and can’t personally get to The Last Drop, it can also be mailed there with a check. Please make all payments out to Operation Delta Dog:

The Last Drop
596 Washington St.
Brighton MA, 02135

This price covers 18 holes, a golf cart and food at the after party at The Last Drop! There will be a 50/50 Raffle, Trophy Presentation and many other Raffle Prizes after the tournament. All proceeds (besides tournament winnings) go to our charity Operation Delta Dog! Good luck, and thank you for being part of such a great event and donating to an special cause!

Golf Scramble

A golf scramble is a format for golf tournaments where two or more players form a team to play, with the rules emphasizing fun without the pressure of players keeping individual scores. Each player hits a tee shot on each hole, but everyone plays from the spot of the best shot, subject to certain criteria. Rules for playing in a scramble are informal, with tournament organizers modifying basic rules as they wish. The scramble format is not covered under the official Rules of Golf.

How to play:

Each member of the team tees off from the starting hole. In a scramble tournament, the team’s opening hole could be any hole on an 18-hole course, depending on the assignment by tournament organizers. Players can tee off with the golf club of their choosing—not necessarily a driver. The best tee shot is chosen through general consensus of the scramble team. The group can decide the best tee shot based on any criteria they choose. Usually, the best shot is the longest drive that lands in the fairway, though the team may choose a long tee shot that landed off the fairway in the rough if there is a decent lie.
The spot of the best tee shot is marked with a golf tee or ball marker. Players must pick up their golf balls and hit from within one club length of the newly marked spot. Team members continue selecting the best shot until one player hits the ball in the hole. The team score is the total of the best shots.


If you are selecting a scramble team, try to include at least one player who can hit good tee shots with the driver. Good tee shots will put your team in a good position for its second shot. Having a player who has good short-game skills also helps, especially putting.

Stay tuned. All additional details of the golf tournament will be posted here. Raffle Prizes coming soon!