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    • points per stroke

      What are the points per stroke for dabney and timber?
      also will it still be 10 for pier and 8 for milo next time we play there?
      Thank you

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      • Dabney should be 10
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        • Originally posted by couve discer View Post
          What are the points per stroke for dabney and timber?
          also will it still be 10 for pier and 8 for milo next time we play there?
          Thank you
          History shows that we play Dabney at an average SSA of 53.54 and when you check that against the SSA Chart that falls into the 10 Ratings Point/Stroke area.

          Once again all of this information can be had from the Master Ratings file. The Schedule tab has the SSA History chart with the average SSA for all courses at the bottom.

          But the difference that the weather can make is significant. The break from 10 RP/S to 9 RP/S is 54 and if you look at last week's rounds at Pier both of the Sunday rounds fell into the 9 RP/S area due to the poorer weather. I have wanted to tie the weekly handicap directly to the SSA shot for each round but too many captains are against it.

          Even with the higher SSA shot on Sunday the total average SSA at Pier is only 53.13 so we will be playing 10 RP/S when we return to that venue next year. Milo's rounds this year all played to 8 RP/S except for the Saturday afternoon round which edged up into the 7 RP/S bracket due to weather.

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