All this talk of Hireko's "scramble club" got me to thinking that I never posted aformat that I played last year.
It's a regular 4 man scramble on the par 4 holes but on the par 5's, after your drives, you play two of your balls, splitting up into 2 man scrambles, then you add your scores together. So if you and your teammate birdie, but the other two par, you put 9 on your scorecard. A great score would be 6, two eagles (in which case you belong on another site, rhymes with perks), a bad score would be 12, two bogies.
The par 3's are played like this: everyone plays their own ball, and you add up the two best, so a good score would be 4, two birdies, bad score 8, two bogies.
A normal par 72 becomes par 104, 52 per side. and they're plenty more opportunities for skins. My team won a skin with an 8 on a par 5, we had two birdies.
Also card playoffs would seem to be a thing of the past, with so many more scoring differences.
We've incorporated this format into a local scramble, and everyone thought it was great. It's only confusing the first time you do it.