|Number of players||2,3,4,5+|
|Team or Individual play||Both|
- In Three Little Pigs, the goal is to finish each hole in the fewest total strokes. At the end of each round, a player goes through their scorecard to find the three holes with the most strokes. The three worst scores are thrown out, and the scores of the remaining 15 holes are added to create what is called the “Three Little Pigs” score.
- For example, if your 18-hole score is 96, with your worst scores being two sevens and an eight, these three scores can be discarded. 7+7+8 = 22 and then 96-22 = 74, so the final score would be 74.