Stableford point system tourny

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Carl Spackler2Carl Spackler2 ZPMembers  250WRX Points: 79Handicap: +1Posts: 250 Greens
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Is there a different approach to playing?
Hey guys, I am playing in a stableford tournament on friday for my highschool. I was just wondering if you guys have a different way of playing a stableford tournament or do you just play it like a normal tournament round?

Any advice is helpful!
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  • big_joebig_joe Members  180WRX Points: 0Posts: 180
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    I have never played in any serious stableford tourney's except my local club's dogfight which is stableford based with a handicapping system in place.



    The number one thing I can tell you is to always forget bad holes and limit your mistakes to bogey, (or whatever earns some points) that way you are still slowly earning some points.
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  • *sigh**sigh* Go Sun Devils! Members  862WRX Points: 55Posts: 862 Bunkers
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    Ya, most stableford systems are set up so you can be a little more aggresive, some will reward you more for a under par score then they will hurt you for a bad score. Although depending on how the stable ford system is setup it can vary a lot. Some of them are pretty balanced, others really benefit under par scores, some only slightly benefit it. You will just have to see the point values and go from there.
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  • DizzDizz J.W. Members  14258WRX Points: 2Posts: 14,258 Titanium Tees
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    Make as many birdies as possible, I guess that should go without saying. I remember once shooting 70 in a stableford junior tournament and losing to a kid that shot 75. I knew going in what I needed to do and made 17 pars and a birdies which doesn't get it done with kids making a buncha bogeys and a buncha birdies.
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  • ohcanada17ohcanada17 Members  885WRX Points: 0Posts: 885
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    shoot at the pin... bogey is your friend.
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