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Shoe wrote:Hola ATL DG forum. First off, Best of luck to all of you GA players this week I have not been playing tourneys much at all for a bit but I do still lurk around from time to time. I'm trying to comprehend the new and improved "Performance Edition" USDGC. And I'd like to check with y'all that I'm following it correctly.
So here's a hypothetical:
Phil throws a 65 round everyday for a total 260. His "projected" par is 66 (264), so he finishes 4 under. Mike Hamuka shoots a 90 everyday for a total 360. That's -2 daily to his "projected" 92 (368) par to finish at 8 under. Everyone else finishes over their "projected" pars.
Does that mean Mike beats out Phil for the win even though he took an extra 100 throws? Is the course par of 68 now meaningless?
keith johnson wrote:No - they needed the par so the could set projected scores with handicaps.
Randgolf wrote:I am not sure if I have met Pat May, but the PDGA site says that he is not a current member. Kind of strange that a non-current PDGA member is on the lead card of the "most important" event on the PDGA Tour. WEAK!
$Dollar$ wrote:So, can no one tell me who is the GA rep? And if there isn't one, then why not?
$Dollar$ wrote:According to the USDGC site, the only May from GA on the qualified players list was Daniel. Pete and Pat must be special.
grease wrote:$Dollar$ wrote:According to the USDGC site, the only May from GA on the qualified players list was Daniel. Pete and Pat must be special.
Pete IS special. He creates special divisions and new PDGA rules to allow him to win a championship. He probably created a spot reserved exclusively for Ex-Olympic Ping Pong players and 1 close relative.
atl scott wrote:grease wrote:Carolinians can't even drive. What would they know about ping pong?
I officially challenge you to a ping pong match at PPIC. IN!
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