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Brian A.
San Jose, CA
Post #: 41
Wolf - modified for our setting

Also called "Wolfman", Wolf is a three-player game. The golfer with the middle-distance drive, regardless of where it lands, is the "wolf". His opponents are the "hunters". The wolf must match twice his net score on the hole against the combined net scores of the hunters. If the wolf wins, he collects two points, whereas if the hunters win the hunters get only one point each.

On par-three holes, the wolf is the second-closest to the pin after the first shot.

If there's a tie, points carry to the next hole. Any amount carried over goes to the next winning "team", whether it's the wolf or the hunters. Carryovers make Wolf a more interesting game. Large buildups of points make it advantageous to be the wolf, because the wolf doesn't split the pot. Thus, strategy off the tee becomes important, and players will jockey to become the wolf.

Honor off the tee is established by the net score on the previous hole. Play with full handicaps if available.
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