If a team decides to play in the “SHAMBLE” each player will tee off from the tee box. Once each player has had a chance to hit their initial shot, the team members select the best tee shot of the four and ALL golfers then play their second shot from that location. Instead of continuing on with the scramble format, the hole is completed with stroke play. From this point, all members of the team will play their own ball into the hole using stroke play. Teams will record their 2 best scores.


*All Shamble participants are required to submit their USGA Handicap / Index to ensure all golfers are contributing to their team’s score. Group Handicap number will be determined on team’s combined handicaps.

About Jim Neill
In 2011, The Jim Neill Memorial Foundation was formed with the goal of hosting an annual golf tournament with proceeds benefitting a selected 501C3 charity.

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About the Tournament
The 10th Annual Jim Neill Memorial Golf Tournament will be hosted on Friday, August 13th at Eastmoreland Golf Course in Portland, Oregon.

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About the Course
In 1917, the Eastmoreland Golf Course was laid out by National Amateur Champion, H. Chandlar Egan. Today, Eastmoreland is ranked by Golf Digest among the top public courses in the country to play.

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