|Number of players||2, 4|
|Team or Individual play||Team|
- Fort Lauderdale is another name for a typical scramble format that is usually played by four-player teams but can also be played with two-player teams.
- All players tee off and their drives are compared. The best shot among the team is selected, and the other members pick up their balls and hit their next stroke from there. This process continues until the ball is holed. Then it is repeated on the next hole.
- For example, suppose players A, B, C, D tee off. Player C has the best drive, so players A, B, and D pick up their balls, and all four played their second shot from the location of Player C’s drive.