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Difference between a Juniors low score and their high score.


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14 hours ago, tiger1873 said:


 

The true averages for the top on PGA tours are extremely low  most likely in the 60’s.

 

you literally looking at there worst scores and they do not expect to score a round in the high 70's.  There usually means something went wrong.  
 

it obvious you did not understand my original question because you seem to think hi and low scores means what is the expected score.

 

The odds of a golfer who averages mid 80's scoring below par are very low.   But maybe you think moving up a few tees and playing an easy executive course with a low score means you can go play on the pga

 

John Rahm shot a 78 on the Euro Tour yesterday.  #1 player in the world.

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Very possible for a good junior player to shoot a 68, then have something in the high 80's or even low 90's a week or two down the road.  I've done it, it's the game.  A huge gap from low to high doesn't really mean or indicate anything other than golf is golf.  Look at Spieth, his career low is 61 and he's put up an 82 a few years back, Furky who put up a 58 has also put up scores of 79 and probably over 80 in his career.   If the best players in the world can see these extremes now and then, junior amateurs who are still learning the process are for sure going to, and probably at a more regular rate. 

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5 minutes ago, MountainKing said:

Very possible for a good junior player to shoot a 68, then have something in the high 80's or even low 90's a week or two down the road.  I've done it, it's the game.  A huge gap from low to high doesn't really mean or indicate anything other than golf is golf.  Look at Spieth, his career low is 61 and he's put up an 82 a few years back, Furky who put up a 58 has also put up scores of 79 and probably over 80 in his career.   If the best players in the world can see these extremes now and then, junior amateurs who are still learning the process are for sure going to, and probably at a more regular rate. 

BHULLAR, Gaganjeet on the Euro Tour just went 82-69.

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