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AMATEUR, NORMAL 3021900057

MEN'S G.A. HANDICAP 15.6
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Round Round Details Handicapping Score DSR Scratch Rating Slope Rating PAR Daily Handicap Adjusted Gross Played to Sloped Played to New G.A. Handicap
1
27 Apr 17
Lang Lang GC (Blue)
Competition Par, Score -7
29 69 70 123 70 17 94 25 23.0 15.6
2
22 Apr 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Par, Score 1
37 69 69 125 71 17 87 18 16.3 15.6
3
18 Apr 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Par, Score -4
32 68 69 125 71 17 92 24 21.7 15.8
4
17 Apr 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 27
27 68 69 125 71 17 97 29 26.2 15.8
5
14 Apr 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 32
32 69 69 125 71 17 92 23 20.8 15.6
6
13 Apr 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 25
25 69 69 125 71 17 99 30 27.1 15.6
7
11 Apr 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 34
34 68 69 125 71 17 90 22 19.9 15.6
8
10 Apr 17
Drouin GCC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 32
32 71 71 132 72 18 94 23 19.7 15.6
9
9 Apr 17
Sandhurst Club (Champions, White)
Competition Stableford, Score 29
29 71 70 128 72 17 96 25 22.1 15.4
10
4 Apr 17
Yallourn GC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 32
32 72 72 133 72 18 94 22 18.7 15.4
11
1 Apr 17
Beaconhills GC (Lakes F, Blue)
Competition Stroke, Score 76
31 71 70 120 71 16 92 21 19.8 15.4
12
30 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 29
29 69 69 125 71 17 95 26 23.5 15.4
13
28 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 38
38 68 69 125 71 18 87 19 17.2 15.4
14
27 Mar 17
Traralgon GC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 35
35 72 70 126 72 18 91 19 17.0 15.6
15
20 Mar 17
Leongatha GC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 35
35 71 70 121 70 18 89 18 16.8 15.9
16
18 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 36
36 68 69 125 71 18 89 21 19.0 16.4
17
14 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 42
42 68 69 125 71 19 84 16 14.5 16.6
18
13 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 41
41 68 69 125 71 19 85 17 15.4 17.1
19
11 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 32
32 68 69 125 71 19 94 26 23.5 17.1
20
9 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 32
32 68 69 125 71 19 94 26 23.5 17.1
21
7 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 34
34 69 69 125 71 19 92 23 20.8 17.1
22
4 Mar 17
Beaconhills GC (Lakes F, Blue)
Competition Stroke, Score 71
37 70 70 120 71 19 89 19 17.9 17.1
23
2 Mar 17
Warragul CC (Blue)
Competition Stableford, Score 34
34 68 69 125 71 19 92 24 21.7 17.6

Cap Regulation

Your Cap Point is the best GA Handicap you have achieved during the 12-month period that preceded your most recent round. When your NEXT round is processed through GOLF Link, the GA Handicap that will be calculated for you will not be permitted to be more than 5 strokes above your current Cap Point.

15.2 28/06/2016

Cap Point to be considered when your G.A. Handicap is NEXT recalculated.

20.2

Highest handicap the Cap regulation will permit you to hold after your G.A. Handicap is NEXT recalculated.

  • No Score - Not Approved
  • Disqualified with a Score
  • No Score - Approved
  • Illegitimate Score
  • Official Adjustment
  • Adjustment under previous Regulations (now redundant)
  • Top Eight Score
  • New GA Handicap was Capped
  • ^
    ‘Played To’ values are limited to 40.0 for men and 50.0 for women
  • N*
    9-hole score: To be added to the player’s next 9-hole score to form an 18-hole score for handicapping.
  • E9
    Expired 9-hole score: No further 9-hole scores were added to the player’s Golf Link record before this round became older than the player’s 20th most recent score.
GOLF Link determines the DSR (Daily Scratch Rating) for the group of players you played amongst by comparing the ACTUAL average Stableford score for your group with the average Stableford score the group was EXPECTED to have. Other important points:
  • The lower the average handicap for a group of players, the better its average score is expected to be.
  • GA’s statisticians have determined what the expected average Stableford score should be for each mix of players by analysing millions of prior rounds in the GOLF Link database.
  • In calculating the average Stableford score on the day, the scores from players with lower handicaps receive a higher weighting than the scores returned by players with higher handicaps.
  • You are not handicapped on your Stroke score for a Stroke round, you are handicapped on your Stableford score for that round. The DSR for Stroke rounds is also based on the average Stableford score for all players in the group.
  • Expected average Stableford scores for each handicap level can be viewed by clicking here.
  • Your club has the option of having separate DSRs for the morning and afternoon.
  • For very small fields, the Actual Average Stableford Score needs to vary from the Expected Average Stableford Score by a notable amount in order for the DSR to shift away from the Scratch Rating.
  • The ‘expectations’ vary slightly between genders – this takes account of their different score distribution patterns.

In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.

In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.

The 'Played To' result is determined by subtracting the number in the 'DSR' column (or the number in the 'Scratch Rating' column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the 'Adjusted Gross' column.
The ‘Sloped Played To’ result is determined by dividing the number in the 'Played To' column by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and then multiplying by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating). The purpose of the Slope calculation is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course. Your GA Handicap is the average of the best 8 of your most recent 20 ‘Sloped Played To’ results multiplied by 0.93.
Your GA Handicap is the average of the best 8 of your most recent 20 'Sloped Played To' results multiplied by 0.93.

This round is a Flagged round. It is one of your best 8 rounds from which your GA Handicap is calculated.

The ‘Sloped Played To’ result is determined by dividing the number in the 'Played To' column by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and then multiplying by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating). The purpose of the Slope calculation is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course. Your GA Handicap is the average of the best 8 of your most recent 20 ‘Sloped Played To’ results multiplied by 0.93.

Your handicap is calculated from the best 8 of your most recent 20 rounds. This round is no longer in your most recent 20.

This round was one of your best 8 rounds from which your GA Handicap was calculated from. This round is no longer in your most recent 20 rounds and is no longer used to calculate your GA Handicap

Your handicap is calculated from the best 8 of your most recent 20 rounds. This round is no longer in your most recent 20.
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