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Old 04-30-2013, 03:21 PM
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Say you have a course that has little scoring separation, poorly designed holes I guess. Wouldnt having a higher field average = a much better rating for similar scores across different pools?

What am I missing about the example below?
Field A - Average Rating 1000 average score = 50
Field B - Average rating 950 average score = 52

Field A score 50 = 1000 rated
Field B score 52 = 950 rated the 50 would only be like 980 rated.

So can the design of a course + difference in average ratings make it so different fields can create a different SSA just based on their ratings.
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