There are two types of Golf Clash tournament:
- Week long tournaments.
- 9-Hole Cup tournaments
1. Week Long Tournaments
Qualifying Round (Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday)
Opening Round (Thursday & Friday)
Weekend Round (Saturday & Sunday)
Tournaments games are scored differently to other Golf Clash matches.
Your score is based on the number of shots you took to complete the hole. The fewer shots you take, the better your score!
Par = 0
Birdie = -1
Eagles = -2
Albatross = -3
Condor = -4
Bogey = +1
Double Bogey = +2
When you first enter a tournament you'll be automatically placed into a qualification league.
You'll then have to compete against a handful of Golf Clash players to fight for qualification!
Matches will be played against players outside your league and it is your overall score that will determine your league position. The lower your score the higher up the leaderboard you will finish!
Don't worry if you fail to qualify as there are a total of 3 tournament qualification sessions. Each session lasts for 1 day and they run on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
If your qualification campaign has been successful you'll make it into the Opening Round.
Once again you'll be placed into a league with other Golf Clash players. This time you'll be in a much bigger league with more competitors and more matches! You'll have to use all of your skill to earn qualification.
The Opening round is played across Thursday and Friday.
- All Rookie Skill Tiers - Top 50% of players will qualify.
- Pro Skill Tiers 1 and 2 - Top 50% of players will qualify.
- Pro Skill Tier 3 - Top 55% of players will qualify.
- Expert 2 Skill Tier - Top 55% of players will qualify.
- Expert 3 Skill Tier - Top 65% of players will qualify.
- Master Skill Tier - Top 70% of players will qualify.
Only the very best golfers who show true skill and determination will make it to the Weekend Round.
Getting this far is no easy feat and all players that reach the Weekend Round will receive a prize! How good that prize is will be determined by your final tournament position.
You'll now be competing against the very best of the best so you'll have to pull out all the stops if you want to be crowned Tournament Champion!
2. 9-Hole Cup Tournaments
The 9-Hole Cup is split into two rounds that are spread over 3 days:
Qualifying Round 1 - Thursday (9 Holes)
Qualifying Round 2 - Friday (9 Holes)
Final Round - Saturday (9 Holes)
The tournament scoring and rules are the same for all tournament formats. For more information on 9-Hole Cup tournament, please visit our FAQ HERE.