Block 2 - Campus Golf Tournament

Second Saturday Series - Campus Golf Tournament


Rosters Due: Register Here by Friday, October 6, 5:00 pm or just show up and register on-site with a valid gold card
Play Begins: Saturday, October 7: Course opens at 1:00 pm and closes at 6:00 pm
Where: Colorado College Campus - Pickup/Dropoff your scorecard at First Tee - Bemis Hall Lawn
What: Campus Golf = one golf club (iron) and a tennis ball are used and strokes are counted

Pre-registration is helpful, but not required for the Campus Golf Tournament. The email address that is submitted will be used to communicate information prior to the start of the tournament regarding schedules, rules, policies, and procedures. All equipment necessary to compete in the tournament will be provided by Campus Rec. All outdoor tournaments will be "weather dependent" with the possibility of moving the competition day in the case of inclement weather. 

2023 Block 2 Champion


Will Webb


You may check-in and tee off any time after 1pm on Saturday, October 7. In order to be eligible and considered for the title, you must have your scorecard turned in before 6pm. We anticipate the round taking no more than one hour.

Please check-in with the starter at the first hole, which is located in the lawn in front of Bemis Hall. There, you will leave your gold card, select a club, grab a scorecard, pencil, tennis ball, and tee off.

Eight holes have been designed that will take you across Cascade before finishing with a pin location back on the Bemis Lawn for the seventh and final hole.

Turf mats will be set to designate the tee boxes. Please save the grass and use them! Subsequent shots will be played as they lie.

The designated landmarks must be hit to complete each hole and, as you finish each hole, mark your score on the scorecard. HONOR SYSTEM!

One you’ve completed your round; return your club/tennis ball, grab your gold card, and turn in your scorecard to the starter. We will keep the leaderboard updated throughout the day.


  • Each participant must select one golf club that will be used for every shot.
  • Using a tennis ball from the first tee, count how many strokes it takes to hit the campus landmark indicated on the scorecard.
  • Once the first hole is completed, use the course map to find the next tee box; drop the tennis ball and count how many strokes it takes to hit the next campus landmark. Continue this process through the remainder of the indicated holes.
  • Players can not score more than 10 on any one hole. Once a player reaches 10 strokes, they should pick up their ball and move on to the next hole.
  • Any ball that hits onto the concrete or into bushes, flower beds, under a car, etc., will be allowed to be moved laterally or backwards to the nearest grassy area with no penalty. You may also elect to hit the ball where it lies (concrete, mulch, etc.).
  • Players are expected to replace all divots they make during play.
  • Each player is allowed 1 mulligan (a do-over) per round of campus golf.
  • In the case of a tie, a matching scorecard tiebreak will be utilized (best gross of final 4 holes, then final 2 holes, then final hole as necessary).


Click Here for Course Map


Questions? Contact Andy Obringer

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Tiger Shield

Director of Recreation & Fitness Center

Campus Rec Athletic Trainer

Assistant Director - Fitness Center