One And Done Rules


Basic Rules

Pick one golfer for each week's PGA golf tournament. You can only use a golfer ONCE for the entire season. More...
Points are awarded based on how much money your selected golfer wins in each tournament. More...
Your league picks the desired tournaments for your season. Each season can be broken into multiple segments to keep things interesting for everyone throughout the season. More...
League commissioners can setup weekly, segment, and season prizes for top performers. See below for even more prize options. More...
About 5 minutes each week to pick your one golfer (and alternate).

Detailed Rules

The goal of the contest is to accrue the most earnings by selecting PGA golfers to compete for you over a season of tournaments. Each week you will pick one golfer. The total winnings accrued by your selected golfer at the END of each tournament will be added to your total season winnings. Total season winnings are used to determine the season winners.

In addition to the season competition, there can be seperate segment competitions. The segments are typically composed of 4-10 tournaments. Session 1 is weeks 1-10, Session 2 is weeks 11-20, and so on. During each segment, each team will accrue winnings and the top teams in each segment can win prizes.
Scoring System
You may only use a golfer ONCE during the season. You must submit your starting golfer via the website prior to first round play beginning each Thursday. The weekly lineup page contains the lineup deadline which is usually the same as the first tee time. Upon submitting your lineup, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with your selected golfer.

Your selected golfer will earn you the winnings he is awarded at the end of the tournament (assuming he makes the cut and wins some money).

The website tracks all golfer usages for each team and makes it easy to determine which golfer you've already used (as well as your opponents). However, you are SOLELY responsible for ensuring that your selected golfer is playing in each week's tournament by using the resources available on the website.

In the rare case a golfer is started and withdraws prior to teeing off or NEVER plays in the tournament, you will not be charged a usage. This is known as a NO SHOW. If you have selected an alternate golfer, then your lineup will be updated with your alternate pick between the 1st and 2nd rounds. However, if your golfer hits even one shot and then withdraws or gets disqualified, you are out of luck! In the unlikely event that your alternate pick is also a NO SHOW, your alternate pick will not be used. Instead, your lineup will be updated with NO SHOW earning you $0 for that pick, but at least sparing you the usage.
Season Duration
One and Done contests can start at various times throughout the first 4 months of the calendar year. Typical leagues are 12-37 consecutive PGA tournaments with segments of 4-8 weeks (also configurable).
League commissioners can setup weekly, segment, and season prizes for top performers. Optional prizes for the following can also be configured:

  • Highest score in all 4 Majors tournaments (with option to include TPC as 5th major).
  • Highest score in all 4 FedEx Cup Playoff tournaments.
  • Start of season streak, anytime streak, most cuts made.
  • Highest score without picking a tournament winner for entire season (or fewest winners).
  • Skins prize for any team that gets the solo high score for a given week.
  • Best Ball contest for leagues wanting to pair up teams for additional side competition.