How to play.
The 2nd annual LDGA Superbowl Gridgame is easy to play. The game consists of a grid of 100 squares, with each square representing the possible score in the game using the last digit in each team's final score. Players select 7 squares each on the grid. After all squares have been selected a random drawing will assign numbers (0-9) to each teams score line. The game's final score (using the last digits) determines what the winning square is. The winner will be awarded a prize from the LDGA prize closet. Good luck.
Note: squares are assigned first come, first served. If a square has already been selected by another player, the next higher available square number will be assigned.