« on: August 05, 2015, 04:32:44 PM »
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Out of curiosity, did the rain affect the rating?
Are inclement weather or tournament pressure accounted for in the ratings?
Yes. The weather and tournament pressure are automatically taken into account resulting from the typically higher scores propagators shoot in tougher conditions. These higher scores thrown by propagators will produce higher ratings for the same score on the same course layout compared with rounds played in milder conditions and recreational play.
Stuff I have that belongs to you:
Peter Bures $9 payout and 33 kcfdc tag and I think 33 DD tag
Steve Thimmesch $6 payout and 38 kcfdc tag
Duane Waldman $4.50 payout
Rob Martin $4 KC Kash
Aaron Finn $4 KC Kash
Joe Duehlmeyer kcfdc mini
Bill Hecht 266 kcfdc tag
Remind me if you're at league to give them to you.
WHAAAATTTT back to the bad rock??? I did not realize. I will try to move some blue baskets to their longer settings after the putt-a-thon happening this week
Not to rehash the conversation from last year about pros playing am, but I noticed one competitor jumped over 970 with the last ratings update. If he's taken cash, is he still eligible to play? I was under the impression that if your rating is over 970 and you've taken cash, you become ineligible for am events until you drop down under 970.
Pro Male players that are rated <970 and Pro Femal plyaersr that are rated <925 may be able to competer in certain amateur divisions that they quality for on the table at left. This applies only to A, B and C Tier events. Pros may NOT play in Amateur divisions in PDGA Majors