best-ball

best-ball

(bĕst′bôl′)
n.
A form of team competition in golf in which the best individual score on a hole is recorded as the team's score.

best-ball

adj
(Golf) golf of, relating to, or denoting a match in which one player competes against the best individual totals of two or more other players at each hole
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The Annual DFI Scholarship Drive Golf Outing will be a four-person best-ball Peoria scoring scramble with a shotgun start, cart, and dinner to follow.
Fifth-graders at McCornack Elementary School are holding a best-ball scramble golf tournament at 1 p.
That tactic paid dividends with Montgomerie and Dyson particularly excelling together as Europe won three of the best-ball contests to Asia's one to ensure they hold a one point advantage ahead of today's singles.
With the help of his three partners he won that by four with an amazing 16 under par best-ball of 55, but to be only seven worse than that on his own underlined what a massive talent he is.
Kaymer said: "The Ryder Cup was match play, here it's stroke play and you can be aggressive in the best-ball.
Both Garcia and Westwood were back in the lineup for the afternoon best-ball matches on Saturday, though Faldo split up his most effective team, Poulter and Rose, who won two matches.
The all-kids golf tournament--a nine-hole, best-ball scramble for players ages 7 to 18--has raised approximately $500,000 for the hospital since 2003.
To build on the PGA TOUR and LPGA player deals, RSM McGladrey also announced today that it will sponsor the PGA RSM McGladrey Team Championship, a nationwide best-ball amateur championship teeing off in 2007.
The world number three and playing partners Ignacio Garrido and Paul Casey served up a treat for the record first day crowd of more than 16,000, being a collective 17 under and having a best-ball of 58.
The world number three and playing partners Ignacio Garrido and Paul Casey served up a treat for the crowd, being a collective 17 under and having a best-ball of 58.
Suffice it to say that the best-ball format and the blind handicap system employed by Captain Jeff Babinski, who planned and ran the tournament, kept our scores respectable.