The actual number of shots played per hole is recorded on the scorecard.
1.1.Gross Medal: The
total number of shots played for the complete round (normally 18 holes)
The total number of shots played for the complete round minus your
Individual or team with the lowest total in both cases are the
have just read the explanation below and even I'm confused. In a nut shell
- say your handicap is 10, then you would score 3 points for a birdie, 2
for par, 1 for bogie and zero for anything worse on holes with a stoke of
11 to 18.
the above example - on holes with a stroke of 10 or less, then you'd score
4 points for a birdie, 3 for par, 2 for bogie, 1 for double bogie and zero
for anything worse. (If you don't get this read on and get more confused)
2.1.Stableford is a points scoring
system which is linked to both your handicap and the individual par rating
of each hole.
2.2.All holes on a golf course (18
holes) are rated from (Stroke) 1-18 in accordance with their level of difficulty.
2.3.Should your handicap be equal or
higher than the rating of the hole you deduct one shot and relate your
nett score to the point chart as shown below – noting down both
scores on the card. Eg. 5/2 , 4/3, etc.
2.4.Should your handicap be higher
than 18, you deduct 18 from your handicap and then may deduct two shots
from your score on the corresponding hole ratings
24 – 18 = 6
may now deduct 2 shots from each hole rated 6 and lower (1-6) and only one
shot from the remaining holes rated 7-18.
individual or team with the highest point score are the winners.
GAMES AND SCORING PROCEDURES
As of 1st July 2007 the SAGA changed the rules
regarding handicap scoring. All players are permitted a limit of 2 over
par on a number of holes equal to his/her handicap and 1 over par on the
remainder of holes.
in excess of 18 are permitted 3 over par on the number of holes exceeding
18 and 2 over par on the rest.
e.g a 20 handicap golfer must score 3 par over on the first 2 holes that
they do not complete in 2 over par and then score 2 over par for the rest.
–This points system was
introduced to golf as a scoring method which was fair to all, gave all
golfers a chance to be competitive and helped speed up play. Very simply,
Stableford relates your nett score to points. If you blow out on a hole,
the worst you get is 0 points. This makes for faster play as you may pick
up your ball when you no longer can score any points on the hole.
- In medal you play as many shots as it takes to complete a hole and if
you pick up your ball during an individual competition you will be
disqualified. For Better-Ball and Alliance medal competitions you should
pick up your ball, without disqualification, as soon as your cannot better
your partners score for the hole. For handicap purposes you mark your card
the same method as explained above.
See card below
Competition:Individual StablefordHcap: 22
A golfer with a22 handicap,
receives a shot on every hole and two shots on stroke holes marked 1-4.
(see holes 6 and 9 on above scorecard)
your gross score – minus handicap
Par4 – score 6 – handicap 18 – subtract 1 = net 5 = 1 over par = 1
STABLEFORD (2 Players per team)
as above – then take the highest points on each hole e.g. player A=5/2
and player B=4/3 = 3
STABLEFORD (4 Players per team)
score from 4 players to count on every hole e.g. Players A= 5/2 , B=4/3 ,
C=5/2 , D=6/1. Player B has the best score, playing the hole in 4 shots
for 3 points which is then recorded in the results column as the teams
score for that hole.
two partners Stableford Points are multiplied after each hole e.g. Player
A scores 2 points and player B scores 3 points – the points are
multiplied resulting in a score of 6 for the hole.
pressure not to get a ZERO!
player A score 3 points and player B score 0 the result would then be 3 x
shot to count, no rings (blackouts) – you must complete every hole
- This is how the pro's play most tournaments! eeeish!!
player for himself. Play until you cannot score a point, then pickup. Ring
blow out holes
Players per team. Take the best score/points on each hole and enter in
result in column.
Players combine as a team. Check the format – best 2 scores normally count on all holes etc.
player in the 4 ball tees off and the best shot is chosen. All players
then drop at the best shot and play their second shot from there. (This is
quite popular for golf days as it speeds up play, but a golfer cannot use
this score for handicap purposes)
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