Can I Run a Ryder Cup Style Golf Tournament?
With any 18Birdies account, you have the ability to set up a stroke play tournament, and then players within each four/five-some can set up a Match Play betting game between the group. The 18Birdies app does not have a specific Ryder Cup format, but you can alternatively use Tournaments and Side Games to recreate the Ryder Cup experience.
Before your tournament, set up your pairings so that each player in a specific match is in the same four-player group. Then from within that group, the players would initiate a Match Play betting game, pair the matches respectively, play the round and then reconcile the matches and results at the 19th hole after the round.
Once the round has started, Player A taps the Group icon on the right side of the GPS screen (above Solid Shot) and then scrolls to select 'Match Play'.
- Player A would be able to select Player C and Player D for a team match (disregard the 'team', this effectively makes the match individual)
- Player A would be able to start the second match and select Player A and Player B as the second team match (disregard the 'team', this effectively makes the match individual)
Although this is a workaround, this would get you close to a Ryder Cup-style tournament.
Alternatively, you would be able to set up a Points game through Side Games. The users would need to set the game up so that the winner of a hole would win a point and then the players would need to translate the points won into who effectively won the match.