On each hole, the player with the lowest score gets to “remove” one club—putter excepted—from the bag of the loser. Once removed, that club cannot be used for the remainder of the round. No club is removed on holes with a tie.
As a betting game, it’s probably most fun to be played as a Nassau: one bet for the winner of the front nine; one for the second; and one for best overall. Reset after the first nine holes.
It should be obvious why this game is for skilled players only. With fewer than the usual weapons in the armory, a player will be forced to get creative. Higher handicap players may not have the skills or imagination to do this.
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