Greensomes (also called 'Foursomes with selected drive,' 'Canadian Foursomes,' or 'Alternate Shot with selected drive') is a variation of foursomes in which a team of two players play a single ball alternately after selecting a preferred tee shot of the team.
A variation on foursome. Each player plays his/her own ball from the tee. The team then choose the best placed ball to complete the hole.
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Greensome an alternate shot tournament format with two two-man teams in each foursome, each player hits a tee shot, then the best tee shot of each two-man team is selected and the other ball is picked up, ...
Greensome: Greensomes is a competition format in which 2-person teams play one ball each. Players on a team tee off, the best of the two tee balls is selected and that ball is then played alternate-shot until holed. This format is very much used in club competitions.
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Greensomes: In greensomes teams of 2 players compete against each other; greensomes is a variation of foursomes. Players alternate hitting the same ball on every hole; however, both players tee off on every hole, with each team selecting the best tee shot on that hole.
Greensomes: is a variation of foursomes, where each side consists of 2 players. Both players play one tee-shot each from every tee. A choice is then made as to which is the more favourable of the 2 ball positions, the other ball being picked up. Thereafter the players play alternate shots.
See also: Foursome, Tee, Hole, Stroke, Shot