Six of the eighteen holes are secretly selected as special holes. None of the competitors are supposed to know which of the eighteen holes are the special six. Those six holes should be two par threes, two par fours and two par fives. If you can, try to select one of each kind from the front and back nines. As each player finishes and turns in a score card, add up the scores on each of those six special holes. Multiply this total by three. Then subtract par for the course. The resulting figure serves as that player's Peoria Handicap... just for use with this event. As with any handicap, subtract the Peoria Handicap from the player's gross total to calculate the player's net score, which is what you'll be using to determine the winner.