Roll Up Report – 30th April 2019

Seniors Roll up Tuesday 30th April 2019

52 members turned up this week playing 2s & 3s, with this number of players it meant that two pairs were offered the option to either play individual stableford or use the calculation of a “ghost” player, the latter was chosen.

To explain how this calculation works;

The joint score of the pair is divided by two, this then provides the mean average which becomes the score of the “ghost”.

for example

Player 1 scores 3 points

Player 2 scores 2 points

Ghost allocated 3 + 2 = 5 divided by 2 = 2.5

On par 4s and 5s The two best scores count therefore

Player 1 scores 3

Ghost     scores 2.5

Score 5.5

If playing a par three hole when all scores count

Player 1 scores  3,

Player  2 scores 2

 Ghost           scores 2.5

                       Score   7.5

When scoring the actual figure scored is entered and is not to be rounded up on each hole.

BorB

We move onto hole #4 next week.

Results

                                                                                                pts

1st     B Mace,   I Bensted,                   C Howard                   102

2nd R Tucker,    G Westerhof                                              98 c/b

3rd    L Waters, A Wilkins           B Bunning                     98