Originally Posted by Wes Hansen
I shot slightly below my TDG rating- almost exactly my current PDGA rating- for one round and nearly 70 points higher in the second round.... and in someone's view that's sandbagging???
Wes, that is just good golfing. From what I see if you shoot your best round ever, then you make the sandbagging list.
Seems to me that the sandbaggers should be the players that purposefully shoot worse
than their rating - in order to get more strokes next time.
But I get confused easy with this whole handicapping system. Perhaps someone can help me understand the error of my ways.