B18: BriskerGolf: All Inclusive & inspiring BG Charity Donations!
BriskerGolf is a game devised for all categories of golfers, from Professional to Scratch Amateur to Club Golfers of Any Ability(CGAA).
Every organised game of BriskerGolf may contain an element of Charity. Players accrue Coins for a nominated charity by winning holes outright. If a hole is tied then the Coin is rolled up to the next hole, to be played for, in addition to the current hole. Coins continue to be rolled up in the same manner if a hole is tied for a second time, or more, until the cumulative total of Coins (a Coin Bonanza) has been won outright by a golfer.
The golfer that accrues the most Coins by the conclusion of a BriskerGolf round is the winner of the round.
All BriskerGolf rounds consist of 18 holes, even if the outright winner of the BriskerGolf game has been decided in less than 18 holes. Play always continues until the conclusion of the 18th hole, because each Coin accrued may have a value to the charity chosen by its winner, from a selection of charities provided by the sponsors of the BriskerGolf game.
In the event of a Coin Tie between two or more golfers at the end of an 18 hole competition, if it is appropriate to decide an outright winner, this does not necessitate a sudden death play-off. All ties in a single BriskerGolf game may be decided by a countback to the last Coin scored, with the golfer that last scored a Coin being declared the winner in such a contest.
In the event of there being a tie in a multi-game competition, there may be a second countback, to the second-last Coin scored to decide the winner, and so on.
It is never necessary to have a sudden death play-off to determine the winner.
For Tour-Pro, Tour-Pro/Celeb-Am, or Celebrity-Am-only competitions, a Coin may represent the value of one Bitcoin, or a different amount, at the discretion of the sponsors. Thus at the end of a BriskerGolf day sponsors may opt to make Brisker Charity contributions of Bitcoins to the charities chosen by the Coin winning competitors, or may use more conventional means for contributions, such as bank transfer.
For an Amateur Club Competition, for CGAA, a Coin may represent whatever unit of currency the competition’s organisers’ choose, with the aim of making particularly Brisker Charity donations!