Low Net, Low Total
So you want to use that very low score of your partner to help you win. Here's a game where the low score on your team counts twice, once by itself and once with your score. If you've played in Blair with HGA member Larrie Stone for any length of time you've played this one.
Low Net is determined by the lowest score in your twosome. If your team's score is lower than the other team's lowest score, your twosome wins a point. In case of a tie, no point is awarded.
Low Total is determined by adding your twosome's score together. (Note: Only a double par counts in the total score even if a player would have scored above double par.) If your total score is lower than the other team's lowest score, your twosome wins a point. In case of a tie, no point is awarded.
After the 18 hole round, all points are tallied, divided by the purse and distributed to each player based on the number of points they were awarded.
Wolf - If you don't have an even number of players, the Wolf plays alone and his score is doubled for low total.
Low-Net Low-Total Compare Cards - Instead of playing only within the group you're playing. Score cards are compared with all groups.
3Man - The game is the same exept there are now 3 points out, Low Net, Low total of 2 and Low total of all 3.