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  1. The SD Tour X are pretty nice for the price. Spin fine, distance is good touch is fine.
  2. I played my 32's until they were pretty worn..15 years. Bought some new MP59's on ebay last year. Thinking about sending the 32's to have them refinished. Not sure what would be an "upgrade" to the 32's.
  3. Definitely call about it. You don't need that kind of bad mojo!
  4. Mark M, Still no default tee settings for members at our club. I've been told by the GSGA that this was something the USGA was working on. The GHIN handicap admin portal still has a long way to go to add back some of the functionality we had with the old site.
  5. I've been told by our association that Golf Genius was writing the new app to replace the current GHIN app and would have a hole by hole option for entering scores.
  6. My take from the GSGA was they want everyone to post their own scores, hole by hole and let the system automatically adjust the NDB.
  7. > @Newby said: > > @"mark m" said: > > > @Newby said: > > > > @"mark m" said: > > > > Hi Gents, > > > > > > > > **The new WHS calculation: CH = HI x SR ÷ 113 + (CR – Par)** > > > > Mark > > > > > > Only in certain parts of the world including the USA but not GB&I where it is **CH = HI x SR ÷ 113** > > > > > > > Yes. Thanks. > > > > I cannot recall from your numerous posts over the years, is it policy in GB&I that all participants in net com
  8. > @"mark m" said: > Hi Gents, > > To recap, here is my current understanding of what is coming. Please take a good look and let me/us know if this is correct? > Thank you for all the great info provided. > > WHS = World Handicap System > HI = Handicap Index > CH = Course Handicap > CR = Course Rating > SR = Slope Rating > NDB = Net Double Bogey > ESC = Equitable Stroke Control > T = Tournament Score > > > **The new WHS calculation: CH = HI x SR ÷ 113 + (CR – Par)** > > • Comment: Basically you will have “played to
  9. Probably more important than the NDB would be the new anti sandbagging parts of the WHS. The soft and hard caps and the exceptions score reduction to limit the upward movement of handicaps.
  10. > @"Colin L" said: > > @Newby said: > > > @"Colin L" said: > > > > > Course Handicap > > > = 0 x (Slope Rating ÷ 113) + (Course Rating - Par) > > > > When I wrote that in a post earlier, someone asked if I had missed some brackets. I now see what they mean. > > Should the formula be written as > > > > = HI x ((Slope Rating ÷ 113) + (Course Rating - Par)) > > = 0 *(74-72) > > = 0 * 2 > > = 0 > > > > Surely a scratch player is expected to play to the CR not Par on any and
  11. T> @"Colin L" said: > > @DaveLeeNC said: > > > @Newby said: > > > Even more confused now (not a difficult task) but can someone explain just when which of these formulae may/should/must be used and why. > > > > > > 1) CH = H Index * (Slope/113) + (CR - Par) > > > 2) CH = H Index * (Slope/113) > > > > > > > > #2 is what you would use in 2019 in the US > > > > (I have NO idea why this is bold) > > > > In 2020 #2 will no longer be correct, and the correct calculation will be
  12. PCC will be computed based on the scores posted at a particular course on a particular day. Score must be posted before midnight of the day played to be considered and there must be a minimum of 8 scores for them to do the calculation. We just had training from the GSGA on this.
  13. > @ThinkingPlus said: > > @GaHack1 said: > > > @Newby said: > > > For a competition purposes you would play under the procedures relevant to the National Association in which you are playing. But the formula for post round handicap adjustment is the same everywhere based on the Score Differential (SD) calculation. > > > The formula for 18 hole stroke play is : SD = (113/Slope) * (Adjusted Gross - Course Rating - PCC) > > > > > > At least that is my reading of it. > > > > Think you might have some parentheses out of pos
  14. > @Newby said: > For a competition purposes you would play under the procedures relevant to the National Association in which you are playing. But the formula for post round handicap adjustment is the same everywhere based on the Score Differential (SD) calculation. > The formula for 18 hole stroke play is : SD = (113/Slope) * (Adjusted Gross - Course Rating - PCC) > > At least that is my reading of it. Think you might have some parentheses out of position the** Score Differential = (Adjusted Gross Score - Course Rating) x 113 / Slope Rating **
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