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    Re: Clause 19

    For stableford comps you need to read Appendix C as well as clause 19.

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    Re: Clause 19

    Quote Originally Posted by rulefan View Post
    The system software will be converting a NR for the hole (normally entered as a 0) into a 9. But I don't know if it is the HDID display system or the handicapping software itself (Club2000/V1)

    I'm not sure what it will show when 54 caps come in and a player who gets 3 strokes on a par 5 blobs it as opposed to scoring gross 9, 10 or 11.
    From an email to me from England Golf the Nett double bogey clause will remain the same with the higher handicaps. The only change will be in initial handicaps where scores will be adjusted to two times the par. ie 10 on a par 5.

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    Re: Clause 19

    Quote Originally Posted by drive4show View Post
    How many points did you score in total for your round and what was the CSS for the competition? That will help us work out whether the 0.1 was correct or not (I'm sure it will be but we are here to help )
    You would also need par for that calculation.

    I'm sure the computer was correct in it's calculation of events, but I agree it will help with an explanation for the poster.

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