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September 18, 2017
Wildwood Country Club
Registration begins 10:30am | Brunch 11:00 | Shotgun Start 12:00 noon
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Tournament Information

18-hole four-person scramble tournament - In this scramble format, each member of a four-player team tees off, the best drive is selected, and each of the four team members plays from that spot. This process continues until the first putt is made and the score is recorded. There is only one collective score kept per team.


  • All four team members tee off on each hole.
  • To prevent slow play, the maximum score per hole should not exceed a double-bogey. Teams are expected to pick up and move to next hole.
  • Team members decide which tee shot is best and mark the spot with a tee or ball marker.
  • Each team member hits his or her next shot from within one club length (no closer to the hole) of the marked spot.
  • If less than four players on a team, players rotate extra shot.
  • This procedure is followed on every shot for the remainder of the hole, including putts.
  • Putts need to be made within 3 inches of  the marked spot (no closer to the hole).
  • The first ball to go in the hole is counted for the team score.
  • If the ball you choose to play is in a hazard (sand, water, etc.), the rough, or out of bounds, you cannot drop the ball outside of the hazard or rough even if relief is within one club length.
  • Each player must count at least 2 tee shots. MARK THESE ON YOUR SCORECARDS.
  • Teams must mark one score only on the scorecard. In addition, mark which team member’s tee shot was used on each hole.
  • Men tee off from the white tees and women from the red tees.
  • All rulings, including ties, are made by the Event Referee and are final.


  • Prizes including golf items and more
  • 1st and 2nd place prize packages
  • Prizes for individual and team awards
  • Additional contests on the course

Each Player Gets:

  • Event shirt and freebies
  • Lunch provided prior to the shotgun start
  • Awards reception and refreshments
  • The satisfaction of knowing you contributed to one of the most important causes in the world - Driving out domestic violence
  • An online auction


5000 Bardstown Rd
Louisville, KY 40291

Past Scramble Photos

REMINDER: This tournament is limited to 32 teams, and will fill up quickly.

2002 - 2006

Golf Scrambles

2007 - 2013

Golf Scrambles


Golf Scramble

Sponsorship Levels

We hope you'll join us to help make this year's golf scramble a success.

  • Champion Level


    • Prominent signage at clubhouse during event
    • Prominent position on event shirt
    • Name mentioned in all media events
    • Special recognition at awards reception
    • Listing in event program
    • Four players’ fees included
  • Eagle Level


    • Name listed on signage at clubhouse
    • Name listed on event shirt
    • Special recognition at awards reception
    • Listing in event program
    • Two players’ fees included
  • Birdie Level


    • Sponsor name listed at the tee
    • Listing in event program
    • One player's fee included

Mary Byron

1971 - 1993

Mary Byron Project

Fostering Innovations and Strategies to End Domestic Violence

The Mary Byron Project (MBP), a 501 (c)(3) public non-profit charity, was established in 2000 in memory of a young woman whose tragic murder led to the creation of a groundbreaking system of automated victim notification technology.

On the evening of December 6, 1993, Mary Byron was murdered on her 21st birthday at her workplace by her ex-boyfriend. The Mary Byron Project is committed to honoring her memory by educating businesses and our communities about the cost we all bear for workplace violence-- violence that many times could be prevented. We are working with the Kentucky Commission on Women and the Kentucky State Police to provide training, materials, and individualized resources through our new WorkSafe Project. We will take this initiative statewide, and, in accordance with our mission, encourage other states to replicate our model.

Although located in Louisville, Kentucky, our focus is a national one. We know that domestic violence is an epidemic throughout the United States, but few communities are able to find the will and resources to do much more than provide crisis management (shelter, criminal justice solutions, batterers’ intervention, etc.). Realizing that domestic violence is a generational crime, producing new batterers who have grown up with batterers as models, the Mary Byron Project knows this approach is not enough.

Each year, we provide monetary awards throughout the country to organizations searching for answers and successfully finding them. In addition, we serve as a state and national thought leader on domestic violence, with a database of programs throughout the country that are attacking this crime in groundbreaking ways.

We serve a constituency comprised of crime victims, their family members, spouses and children, law enforcers, district attorneys and business owners protecting employees against violence in the workplace and citizens at large.

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