Whiner wrote:If you use par at 83 shots, according to the results at the RCR, that's right around a 1000 rated round. A 950 rated round out there would have par around 90. What kind of round rating should par be set at?
K.C. wrote:KePP wrote:Hole three = par 3 or 4
[i]Shouldn't a hole be deuce-able to be a par 3?
- Absolutely. Its not an EASY three, by any means, but its also not a 4. (yes, I've taken a 4 two out of three times I've played it, but thats cuz I suck)
K.C. wrote:Well, the way I look at it is this: I've SEEN Mike and Sprague three it with ONE putter a piece. Then, on Saturday, Eng...Mike...and myself ALL took 4's, and we were in NO WAY playing good golf. Its a 4.
K.C. wrote:Mike has 3'd it a few times, and I'm pretty sure a few others did during the Rumble. And, again...Mike, Eng, and I all 4'd it on Saturday. We're not super-studs, but we're not schmucks either (well, maybe we are, but oh well). If it is a legitimate par 5, then all three people on the card shouldn't be lowering their scores. ESPECIALLY not us three!
MDR_3000 wrote:Whiner wrote:If you use par at 83 shots, according to the results at the RCR, that's right around a 1000 rated round. A 950 rated round out there would have par around 90. What kind of round rating should par be set at?
Let me go backwards here...I don't think ratings and par can be used together since the ratings are dynamic and par is static.
MDR_3000 wrote:no, you took a 4 because you are average. (average = par?)
MDR_3000 wrote:No you didn't, you saw Sprague take a 5 and I took a 4. It's a 5. You've played a lot of hole were you can birdie by not playing good golf.
MDR_3000 wrote:I 3'd it once. HUGE drive, HUGE roller upshot. So hole 1 at Camden shouldn't be a par 3 because everyone on a card can birdie it?
MDR_3000 wrote:par is irrelevant in golf in general.
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