It's all about having a good time and playing a game we love.

The Wisconsin Scramble Series is a set of golf scramble events that allow golfers of all skill levels to experience many of the states beautiful golf courses while playing the game in a fun, low pressure atmosphere.

We host 5 separate events, 1 per month starting in May and ending in September. Choose to play in as few or as many outings as you want, each event is set up as its own day where you can come, play, eat, drink and win some fun prizes. Though the real fun comes in when you play multiple events. Your scores from each outing earns you points that are tracked across the season in a battle to the top, and a chance for even better prizes. You also get points just for showing up and playing in events.

Sure, we're still giving away cool stuff at each event, and not just to the "Big Hitters." Every player has a chance to win a little something, you know, for the effort, but if you want access to the best we'll have to offer, you need to earn your way in...

Only players who have achieved Total Consciousness will be eligible for the grand prizes at the end of the season.

Q: How do I achieve Total Consciousness?

Remember: having a chance at winning the grand prize has nothing to do with how WELL you play, but everything to do with how often you participate.

Q: But what if I can't play in four events?

A: Ask us about our volunteer opportunities. These things don't run themselves you know. You can still earn your way as a volunteer, 2 credits toward Total Consciousness will be given to volunteers. So come on out and spread some good karma. Any combination of participation and volunteering is good by us. For example: if you play in two and work at one of our on course games once, you're in. Heck, simply volunteer 2 times and you're in, and you didn't even have to swing a club or pay a dime—how cool is that!

Q: What about the weather?

A: We make you this promise. If the golf courses will let us go out and play, we will play. But if for any reason we're not allowed to go out on our scheduled day, you will receive a rain check to come back and play the course at your convenience. We will adhere to the individual courses weather policies for weather that comes up during the course of play.


We're going to stick with the 4-Man Scramble format for 2019. However there will be one major difference. We will be using the Peoria Scoring Method to handicap individual events.

    4-Man Scramble Rules
  • All four players will tee off from their respective tee markers, Men from the TC-Tees and women from the forward tees.
  • The group will then decide the best position of the four.
  • The other players will pick up their balls and play on from the chosen spot.
  • This process is repeated until the ball is holed out.
  • Only one score is recorded as a team per hole.

At the end of the day, see how your team score stacks up against the rest of the field, or login and keep score using the suggested app and get live updates of the leader board while you play!

Overall Series Points

To be eligible for the overall points standings, you must be signed up for the entire series. Both categories will use a modified stabelford scoring table. You may only participate in one category, your points will accumulate through out the entire series.


If you know you are the only person in your group that will play in the entire series, then sign up for the individual overall competition.

If you will have at least 2 consistent players throughout the series, you should sign up for the team overall competition.

Team overall competition

A team can be any number of players from two to four

All members of a team must be registered for the entires series. Team members should remain the same for the duration of the series. Substitutions are not allowed, and points are not transferable. If you know you aren't going to have the same group throughout the summer, you are encouraged to enter into the individual overall points category.

Individual overall competition

Using the scorecard of their group on event day, any players registered in the individual series points running will accumulate points from the same card.

Any ties will be broken using (last 9, 6, 3,1, holes): This perhaps is the most popular tie-breaking method that the USGA recommends. If two players tie with scores of 78, their last 9 scores will count as the tie breaker. If these two players both shoot a 40 on the last 9, we will move onto the last 6, 3, and 1 hole(s) until we find a winner. If there is still a tie after that, scores will be settled where the game is won or lost... the putting green.