"Pink Lady" is the name of a popular golf tournament format that is played by teams of four golfers. On each hole, one designated player among those four must contribute to the team score.
In our Pink Lady tournament, teams are comprised of four golfers. On each hole, one of those four golfers plays a pink golf ball (hence the name Pink Lady). The golfers all putt on each hole and play best-ball format.
On each hole two of the golfers' scores are combined for the team score. One of the scores used is the low score among the three golfers using their regular golf balls; the other score used is the score of the golfer who played the pink golf ball on that hole.
So on each hole, the golfer with the pink ball — who is referred to as "the Pink Lady" — is under a lot of pressure to come through for the team.
Must the golfers actually use a pink golf ball? YES! We will provide each team a Becky Baker Foundation PINK Callaway ball.
As noted, that ball rotates among the four players in the group. For example, Player A uses it on the first hole, B on the second, C on the third, D on the fourth, then back to A on the fifth and so on.
Get ready for some winter fun! Every penny raised will go to provide free mammograms and thermograms for COS women.
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