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  • in reply to: Blackmoor #51563
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    It is my understanding that if a score is posted the day you play it, GHIN automatically adjust said round to what the field played it that day. I sometimes do not post the same day but adjust the date and I get a “pop up” statement that I need to post the same day to get the adjusted.

    in reply to: Disqualification Is a joke #51536
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    Brian, not doubting you at all. I have been trying to figure out the system for years. I post all my scores and play by the rules, play it down and everything out. Have not had a decent round in about 2 years , so no need to not post them. I work a bunch of junior, amateur tournaments and I can recognize good golfers. I stopped playing in skins because recognized some that were there solely for the skins. Have competed with some that of I was on the top 4 and were paired with them, after 2 shots, I knew whatever I shot, they would beat me by one on the last hole.
    I do think that the WA has cleared this up the last several years. Only way to eliminate cheaters odds play in the gross division.

    in reply to: Disqualification Is a joke #51534
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    Brian, once again you have to look at what his differentials were for the rounds. He could have been with in the range for the all of the rounds. You can’t just look at the net score. It boils down to what becomes abnormal rounds. If the slope of the courses are low, you can d shoot a low score and still be within your differentials for that would. At my home course, I elect the 5600++(126 slope) tees since a low round will not drop my handicap as much as the 136 slope 6100++ tees. All of this info is under the handicap section of the USGA website. I have noticed that a great deal of the players in different groups I play on are always having career rounds the one time a month they play in the group to win the $$$. I have also looked them up and they seldom post any good scores. Just my take on everything. Believe it or not, it is the nature of the beast. They are just following the guidelines of net tournaments.

    in reply to: Disqualification Is a joke #51531
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    Scott, differentials will get you every time especially when one does not post all your scores. I have looked at how much a low round seams to start with you forever, but at the sutra is looking at your potential. You have way more data than Ivan get, but I do think the new system is far better and this fairer.
    Maybe some day, golfers will learn to post all their scores and this hinges on the local courses enforcement. Thanks for all you do for this tournament (and your staff).sorry I missed y’all this year. Tell Jeff hello for me. Still can’t play but if I get down, I’ll try to catch up with y’all.

    in reply to: Disqualification Is a joke #51512
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    What was His “net differential “for each round? Their is a”table “ they use to determine what your capabilities are for abnormal rounds and probably of shooting said scores. Keep in mind that out of 20 rounds you are only likely to shoot your handicap 3 times. (If your handicap is correct). Slope of each course also plays into the equation. Unfortunately, some can work around the system, others can’t. I have tried to figure out how to beat it and have given up. It seams to catch some and miss some. JMO

    in reply to: Thursday Shotgun Start Position #51496
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    Guys, when I have seen this happen, it was done by the host club. I fully understand it not being feasible from the WA STAFF. Also I can fully understand them not wanting to put this in the hand of the pro.
    Bill krimball— hope you have a great week.

    in reply to: Course Concerns #51373
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    I do not agree “everyone plays the same course” assessment for this event. Some of us sign up to play on what it is advertised to be, A GOLF TOURNAMENT. I don’t come to play as a vacation side trip, or a buddy trip to have fun. I come to play in a tournament and I expect better than average golf courses to play said tournament on. I have complained for the past 5 to 6 years about some of the courses I have played on. I know in March I was not going to be able to play this year due to health issues (turns out to be a Herinated Disc), so I didn’t really have to decide what to do about continuing to play. I think I’m going to miss playing in it but once you miss something, it’s easier to miss it a second time. For me, it has been just the l at 5/6 years, that this course issue has come up. Y’all have fun.

    in reply to: Course Concerns #51154
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    My. Wolf, are you implying you are the superintendent??
    In my Opinion, the Host Course should be responsible for pace of play. When I first started playing on 2005, the Host courses had people riding the course SMS monitoring slow play. The big issue was putting 120 plus on the course. Over the years the courses have become increasingly slack on what they do. As for trusting the courses to tell you what shape they are in is NOT the way to find out. In the 45 years I have been coming to the area, I have been told “the course is on great shape” and by the second hole realized I had been took. This happened several times, until I learned to one’s to play , may have to pay a little more, but worth it. I fully understand the owners want to make money, but at least be truthful in the course condition s.

    in reply to: Phrases To Remember #51087
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    Rick, those are better than hollering “FIRETRUCK” ME

    in reply to: Phrases To Remember #51079
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    A Few other phrases to remember
    1. I’m playing a Provisional (b4 you hit it)
    2. when playing 2balls -BEFORE taking any action, DECLARE which Ball you want to Count if rules allow, and REPORT to Committee that you played 2 balls (even if score is same on both balls. DQ if you fail to report.

    in reply to: Course Rotation #51057
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    How many of you are playing the ball down and actually holing every putt??) not doing there 2 things can actually deflate your handicap by 3+ shots. Most to not do this and therefore the “career rounds harder to obtain

    in reply to: Floundering Club #50865
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    Just a follow up—-/my friend in Pawley’s Island asked me to play the Founders Club last week promising men it was in the best shape he had seen it (he even said he would pay for it), so I said YES. To my surprise he was CORRECT. This of the absolute best shape I have seen ít since the renovation of several years back. The fairways were “lush” with grass, no trouble playing it down. The greens were also in great shape even though they have them a little slower in July at most courses. Only saw one bad spot on a green which was on the very back in a low area which receives too much water. I hint do not believe they can mess it up before the WA. I have criticized them for being in bad shape and I also have now praised them for being in great shape.

    in reply to: $600 #50771
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    Rick, I don’t know about that but wife tells me that I can play golf as much as I like for the next 6 months. 😂😂. Hope you are doing better. I had a MRI yesterday and have lower back issues to deal with now. Gold count pretty right now. Looks like I be dealing with “something” grow more on. Ain’t life great.

    in reply to: Course Selection & Thoughts #50769
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    Spot on William.

    in reply to: $600 #50768
    Bob Newman
    Participant

    So has everyone’s income increased at the same rate??

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