|Alias||4 Ball Aggregate Stableford|
|Number of players||2|
|Team or Individual play||Team|
- Aggregate Stableford is a game meant for two teams of two that uses the Stableford scoring system.
- Both players of a team use their full individual handicaps.
- The number of strokes and number of Stableford points scored by each player are recorded after each hole on the scorecard in separate columns. Then, in another column, the combined total of the players’ Stableford points is noted down. This is the aggregate team score for that hole.
- The players’ scores are added at the end of each set of nine holes. Both scores are then combined at the end of the round and the team with the highest number of points wins the tournament.