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1. How does the game work?
2. When is the deadline to enter my picks?
3. What if I don't pick a team of players for an event?
4. Are there prizes?
5. The season has already started. Can I still play?
6. How does the scoring work?
7. How are ties broken?
8. Why doesn't my password work?
9. How often are scores updated?
10. Where can I find the official rules for this contest?
11. How do Private Groups work?
12. How do I join a Private Group?
13. How do I create a Private Group?
14. How do I manage a Private Group?
15. To whom do I direct scoring disputes and other questions not answered on this page?


How does the game work?
Just pick the golfers you think will finish 1st through 10th for each of the tournaments. You get "Fantasy Money" for the place in which your golfers finish and bonus money if you pick them to finish in the right place. You can change your golfers up until the start of the third round and the scores for your top 10 events become your overall score for the season.

When is the deadline to enter my picks?
For each event the deadline to make picks is the start of the third round of the event.

What if I don't pick a team of players for an event?
Then you will get 0 points for that event.

Are there prizes?
Yes. View All

The season has already started. Can I still play?
Yes. You just need to enter picks for 1 event to be eligible for the overall prize and you could win a prize for any event that you play.

How does the scoring work?
Players are awarded Fantasy Money depending on how they finish in an event. Your total take for an event is sum of the Fantasy Money for all the players on your team. 1st place is worth $1,000,000, 2nd place is worth $900,000, 3rd place is worth $800,000, 4th place is worth $720,000, 5th place is worth $700,000, and so on (less $20,000 each place). 40th place and beyond are worth 0 points. There is an additional $250,000 bonus for every players that finishes the exact order you picked them to finish.

How are ties broken?
If there is a tie for an event or overall the computer will randomly select a winner from the users that are tied.

Why doesn't my password work?
If you're having trouble logging in try our login help page.

How often are scores updated?
After each round of the event.

Where can I find the official rules for this contest?
Official Rules.

How do Private Groups work?
Private Groups are a way for you to play along with a group of co-workers, friends, family, etc. Once you are logged in, in the upper left is a link to "My Private Groups". If you click on that you can see that you can join up to three private groups and create/manage one as well.

How do I join a Private Group?
Someone must first invite you to join their Private Group. If they do you'll receive an email with the instructions on how to join.

How do I create a Private Group?
Once you are logged in, in the upper left click on the "My Private Groups" link. Toward the bottom click on a link that says "Create a Private Group". You'll be asked to enter a group name, a password, and to confirm your password. The next page allows you to enter the email addresses for friends, co-workers, family, etc. that you'd like to play along with you. An email will be sent out with instructions on how to join your group.

How do I manage a Private Group?
Assuming you are logged in and you've already created a Private Group, in the upper left click on the "My Private Groups" link. Then click on the group you've created toward the bottom of the page. This will take you to the homepage that shows the scores for everyone in your group along with "Trash Talk". Trash Talk is a message board where you can post messages that only members in your group can see. Along the top of the page are links to "Email the Group", "Change Password", "Invite Members", and "Remove Members". In order, these links allow you to send a quick email to everyone in your group, change your group password, invite new people to join your group, and to remove members from your group (or to add them back).

To whom do I direct scoring disputes and other questions not answered on this page?
You can send a comment on our feedback page.