If it is so far off of your normal they throw it out.stover720 wrote:So I just checked my pdga rating for the first time in a while. My rating was actually higher then I expected since I only played two tourneys this year (sucked at both). Current rating is 954. I had one horrible round at turkey that was an 856 and it says that round is not included. Do you know why this would be?
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GDL17921 wrote:I think it's a statistial calculation. I've seen guys with lots of rated rounds have more than one round thrown out. If you have a good sample size, rounds that fall too far outside (below) your bell curve get tossed. Good thing they don't toss ones from the other side.
Has to be below your average...tough to do....10up wrote:So I'm pretty sure the only "rated" round I ever played was the first year of Westlake.
So I'm in a position where the only round I've ever thrown is at least a hundred points off my average so I want it to be thrown out.
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