The #1 question that I’ve received this year is “How can I join a One & Done league?”. Well, here’s your answer. The RickRunGood “Run & Done” is back for 2022! It’s your chance to compete for a little prize money and for this glorious Championship Belt:
This time, I’m using a pre-existing site, OfficeFootballPool.com to manage picks and results. That will save me a ton of time and will no longer require you to enter picks via a Google Form (woohoo!). Here are the details:
- Entry: $103
- $3 per person goes to OfficeFootballPool.com
- You will be charged an additional fee by LeagueSafe (about $4) if you enter with a credit card
- $100 per person goes into the purse
- Single Entry (1 per person)
- Runs from Sony Open to BMW Championship
- Scoring based on earnings
- Deadline to enter: January 12th, 2022 | 11:59pm CT
- Payouts TBD based on entries
- Only one set of payouts (season-long). There will not be segment payouts.
- Top 10% of entrants will be paid, flat-structure.
Steps To Enter
- Sign Up & Pay Via LeagueSafe (LINK)
NOTE: Your username or email address MUST MATCH your entry on OfficeFootballPool.com
- Sign Up For OfficeFootballPool.com ID: 190686 (LINK)
The Fine Print
I’m using LeagueSafe again to hold the money. It worked out great last time and I don’t have to be responsible for holding the funds. At the end of the league, you may be asked to validate the results. It was quick and painless last year so I can’t imagine we run into any issues.
I’ll cover the fees up-front from OfficeFootballPool.com and for the Championship Belt. They will be reimbursed back to me when the payouts are distributed. I will receive $200 (belt) plus $3 for every entry. To be very clear, I make zero money off this. Those reimbursements are for the trophy and the fees to run the league that are charged by OfficeFootballPool.com
This format might not be for you OR you might want to enter other contests. Here are two more that you should consider.
- Carbon Contests ($50 buy-in, 3 max) – LINK
- Pros: Well-run, beautiful website, low rake (5%)
- Cons: No live scoring available
- Fantasy Golf Championships ($125 buy-in, 5 max) – LINK
- Pros: Large purse, excellent payout structure
- Cons: Large rake (10%)