Scott, I understand the system is based on a players ability to play to par against the particular course he plays. Differentials are something players never look at, we post scores to a handicap Index and that’s all we care about. A 102, a 99 and a 104 should never get a player with a 29 handicap get DQ’d. Adjusted maybe, but DQ’ing a player who has played in this event for the past 4 years and never posted a score below the low hundreds, is a Rick Rubrigi says, is ridiculous. I don’t agree with the committees choice to DQ a player in this way, if you don’t take a players past performance into consideration what good is our WorldAm Index?