It is pretty simple....and Yes Mike I believe that you were there. Lets see if I can remember everyone that was there that day.....
Is all that comes to mind.
Here is the deal with it Keizer.
20 holes. Homie calls each hole (Homie is the loser from the previous week) Generally the course called, plus 2 additional holes. Sometimes it is safari, but only on days where it doesn't interfere with everyone elses game.
Each hole is $1 from everyone. One winner (singles most all times) One tie all tie, until someone wins it all.
You can HECKLE anyone at anytime with the exception of their drive.
You LOSE a stroke for getting in the way of a disc between the player and the basket, and the player gets to throw again. This is unlike the rules for another league that they HIT YOU ON PURPOSE to give you strokes. In other words be a gentleman and get out of the direct line, you may ask the player move prior to putting. Intentional hits of players results in you gaining a stroke.
$5 for the best overall score.
Each hole is paid first then teed up.
The Loser becomes HOMIE, and they must take the box home and display it prominently until they have beaten the next Homie the following week.....NOT 18 MONTHS LATER!!!!!!!
Most of the time it must displayed on your TV to feel shame.
Homie calls the next location and the race begins.
You also do not go by your name, you must go by an Animal name. Once you lose, you must engrave your name in the box that Homie has and mark it each susequent time you take him home. Homie does have a Barbie with him, so if you have a partner that week, one gets Homie, and the other gets Barbie.
The initial rule was that no pro's could play Homie. We discussed it last night and were thinking about a ratings cap of 975 or 950, but then we played cards.
Homie has been a lost art. There used to be a Hawaii Homie, where it was $5/hole $20 overall.....but that has not happened in years....though I would be game.......