2019 - Putting League - Round Robin Tic-Tac-Toe Format
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BNDISC PUTTING LEAGUE
ROUND ROBIN: TIC-TAC-TOE FORMAT
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GENERAL FORMAT

The Round Robin format will consist of competing against other players, one at a time.

Players will be divided up into Pools
For each match Players will be paired up against an opponent from their pool
Each pair of opponents will be assigned to one of the Basket Stations
We will try to have no more than two pairs of competitors assigned to each station
(But that depends on how many people show up.)

The game play will be a little unique. See Match Details below

We will play as many Rounds as time allows

You will be playing against all other players in your pool. However, the points and payouts will still be determined only by
how your W-L Record compares with other players on your "card". We will form cards by skill level as normal.
And everyone on your card will play against the same people.

The Players with the best Win Loss record on their card at the end of the night, wins their card.
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MATCH DETAILS

Each match will consist of a game of "Putting Tic-Tac-Toe"
(Instead of a standard 3x3 Tic-Tac-Toe grid, we will be using a 4x4 grid)
Here is how it will work:

There will be a 4x4 putting "grid" set up
That grid will represent a Tic-Tac-Toe board
The 1st row of 4 putting lines will be set at 18' from the basket
The 2nd row 21'; the 3rd row 24'; and the 4th row 27'
So the putting lines will look like this:

18 ft ___ ___ ___ ___

21 ft ___ ___ ___ ___

24 ft ___ ___ ___ ___

27 ft ___ ___ ___ ___

The first player (Player X) will choose a spot from which to take a shot
They can choose any spot they want
If they make it, they get an X in that grid location
If they miss, that spot remains blank
Player O will then do the same thing (trying to get an O in a grid location)
The goal is to get a Tic-Tac-Toe (4 in a row) in any direction - horizontal, vertical, or diagonal
Players continue to alternate turns

After each player has taken 4 turns, the rules change slightly
Now, if a player misses, that location goes to the other player (instead of remaining blank)
So if Player X misses, the grid location becomes an O (and visa versa)
This rule is meant to keep games moving

The first player to get a Tic-Tac-Toe is the winner of that Round
If neither player gets a Tic-Tac-Toe, the Player owning most spots wins
If each player owns the same number of spots (8 spots each), the game ends in a tie

Choose you spots wisely!
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