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  • #38839

    Mark Paglia
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    When is handicap verification and course assignment happening?

    Thanks

    #38840

    Jon Craig
    Participant

    On 8/15 the last revision is in. They send you a form via e-mail. You give them your low 12 month index and some other info. On about the 21st you get your course assignments.

    #38847

    Dont forget that you have to SELF POST last years rounds. The WAM doesnt not post 3200 x 4 scores it would take forever. The responsibility is yours. I have actually saw someone DQ’d last year when it was deemed that they falsified their handicap by not posting last years good rounds.

    Just a work of advice so you can avoid any embarrassing situations

    #38848

    Jon Craig
    Participant

    Not only that make sure and make them tournament scores. I post when I get back to the room. Also make sure you use ESC. I’m between an 11 and 20 so 7 is the most I can take on a hole. Harry being scratch can only take a double.

    #38851

    Joe Busch
    Participant

    Gotta stop playing rounds till August 15th, index is down 5+ strokes and falling fast…

    #38859

    Terry Cornelius
    Participant

    I think it’s too late, Joe. Pretty sure you get your lowest handicap over the last 12 months.

    #38864

    Joe Busch
    Participant

    Hey Terry,

    Yeah, I know but is amazing how much better I am playing right now, just hope I can keep it up. Almost every score I have recording in the last 6 weeks has knocked my index down 1/2 a stroke. I just have to make sure that game shows up in Myrtle.

    Joe

    #38865

    Bill Hambrick
    Participant

    Joe just keep playing, but play by yourself or find a course that does not have a slope and rating. Those rounds can’t be posted. lol

    #38867

    Henry Zeberkiewicz
    Participant

    Joe – Be careful. Remember if you play well you get an adjustment and if you play very well you get a DQ.

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