- September 2, 2019 at 10:39 am #47037Ricky HermanParticipant
What will it take for a 60 to 69 gross flight. I have played in the gross flight for the past 4 years. But im 62 and some guys have ten years on me. The other thing you pay top 6 spots or is it 5. I would like to see a gross winner and net winner in each flight. When u win your flight and than on thursday you are deducted strokes by which your handicap was assigned by the world am and not your state handicap which world am was lower and you still drop to second something is not right in the system. Thus is why your totals have dropped over the years because all the DQ’s. Any thoughts post please.September 2, 2019 at 11:20 am #47038Jeffrey BarbasBlocked
Father time has a way of creeping up on us, Ricky. I’m 50 but stayed in the 49 and under. So I had to play to a reduced WA handicap and I’m giving up a lot of years(my choice) to the competition. My friend ended up in 3 so it worked out best. I play in a tournament here at home at the end of the month that pays out the top 5 handicapped and gross. You only get the highest prize. It’s a nice way to do the event.
The WA has a just for fun group. What if, instead or addition to, they do a play together flight so the groups of friends that want to play together and still compete can end up in jumbled flights. This way they get the best of both worlds. It’s still competitive. It’s just that you could have a 20 handicap playing against a 5. It’s all the same, really.September 3, 2019 at 3:22 pm #47047Jason MooreParticipant
Jeff I appreciate your congratulating me on my 3rd Place finish by saying your friend. Haha anyways great time and skins went well in flight 2 and see you guys in 2020
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