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Nicky p

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PDGA Ratings
« on: March 02, 2007, 03:34:05 PM »
I have read the rules covering the ratings many times but they are still a little blurry. Is there a number you can reach that will not allow you to play advance anymore? I see people playing in advance with 970+. If I had that rating I would try to make some $$$$$$$.
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Re: PDGA Ratings
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2007, 12:44:37 AM »
I have read the rules covering the ratings many times but they are still a little blurry. Is there a number you can reach that will not allow you to play advance anymore? I see people playing in advance with 970+. If I had that rating I would try to make some $$$$$$$.

You can play advanced with any rating (even 1000+), as long as you have not given up your amateur status.

The two ways to give up your amateur status:

1) Register as a pro with the PDGA.

2) Accept cash (or prizes in lieu of cash) in a PDGA tournament.  Accepting prizes in an amateur division is ok.  Accepting cash for ace pots as an amateur is ok as well.

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