- August 21, 2022 at 11:41 am #51318Tony RobisonParticipant
It would seem to me that the WA needs to follow the Golf Associations age grouping guidelines. In most, if not all group age 54 and younger together. It would certainly help out in more evenly ditributing players in flights.August 21, 2022 at 3:56 pm #51325
You are absolutely right Tony. If you look at the break down there is only 7 flights under 50 then 12 groups under 60 followed by 21 groups under 70.
Dont know what the numbers would crunch down to in actual ages but it would be interesting to see what the break up at ages 55 – 65 – 75 would look like
If you also look at the Hcp break down the younger guys have quite a difference between the high and low, while in the older flights many many of the flight only have difference of .7 or less
The interesting flight is #19 where the low hcp is 19.2 while the high is 169.7 WOW hoping I dont get paired with that guy, it would be a long long day. Thinking if they took a max 9 on every hole they still would be 7 under par nett. LOLAugust 21, 2022 at 4:38 pm #51328Bill HambrickParticipant
Maybe the 49 and under group. 1. Don’t have disposable income. 2 Have vacation time. 3. Still have younger children at home. 4. Are not retiredAugust 21, 2022 at 6:33 pm #51335Billy BurwickParticipant
Harry I’m in that group and I don’t see anyone over 36 in 19.
I didn’t think you could have a handicap that high.August 21, 2022 at 7:04 pm #51336
Obviously it is a typo just my sick sense of humorAugust 21, 2022 at 7:16 pm #51337Darryl JOHNSONParticipant
Harry, good thing that 169.7 guy isn’t in the Just for Fun flight. They’re playing each day at 9,999 yards. Yikes!August 21, 2022 at 7:25 pm #51339
LOL LOL Now we are having fun
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