2019 Bakker Crossing Charity Pro-Am Course Handicap by Tee

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Using Section 3-5 with unadjusted tee Bakker Crossing Golf Course - Silver Tee - All 18
Bakker Crossing Golf Course
Player Name Blue Tee Men's White Tee Women's White Tee Green Tee
Atkins, Brad 7 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.0 * 104 / 113 = 10.12. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.0 * 112 / 113 = 10.9. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 8.'> 8
3
Barrett, Chad 8 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.7 * 104 / 113 = 10.76. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.7 * 112 / 113 = 11.59. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
4
Bell, Mike 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.6 * 104 / 113 = 6.99. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.6 * 112 / 113 = 7.53. After rounding, it is equal to 8.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 6.4. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Bleil, Mike 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.7 * 104 / 113 = 6.16. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.7 * 112 / 113 = 6.64. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
0
Brouwer, Randy 5 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.7 * 104 / 113 = 8.0. After rounding, it is equal to 8.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 6.4. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.7 * 112 / 113 = 8.62. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 6.'> 6
1
Carmody, Kevin 10 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 15.6 * 104 / 113 = 14.35. After rounding, it is equal to 14.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 11.2. After rounding, it becomes 11.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 15.6 * 112 / 113 = 15.46. After rounding, it is equal to 15.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 12.0. After rounding, it becomes 12.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 11.'> 11
7
Chadwell, Mike 1 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.2 * 104 / 113 = 3.86. After rounding, it is equal to 4.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 3.2. After rounding, it becomes 3.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +3.'> +3
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.2 * 112 / 113 = 4.16. After rounding, it is equal to 4.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 3.2. After rounding, it becomes 3.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
+2
Conrad, Carlie 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.1 * 104 / 113 = 6.53. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.1 * 112 / 113 = 7.03. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Dacy, Tim 0 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 2.6 * 104 / 113 = 2.39. After rounding, it is equal to 2.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 1.6. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 2.6 * 112 / 113 = 2.57. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
+3
Doeden, Kurt 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.5 * 104 / 113 = 5.06. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.5 * 112 / 113 = 5.45. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
+1
Dokken, Ryan 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.0 * 104 / 113 = 7.36. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.0 * 112 / 113 = 7.92. After rounding, it is equal to 8.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 6.4. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Dowden, Lucas +1 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 1.4 * 104 / 113 = 1.28. After rounding, it is equal to 1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.8. After rounding, it becomes 1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +5.'> +5
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 1.4 * 112 / 113 = 1.38. After rounding, it is equal to 1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.8. After rounding, it becomes 1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
+4
Drake, Jayson 6 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.8 * 104 / 113 = 9.01. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.8 * 112 / 113 = 9.71. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
2
Dumdie, Brad 16 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 22.0 * 104 / 113 = 20.24. After rounding, it is equal to 20.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 16.0. After rounding, it becomes 16.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 10.'> 10
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 22.0 * 112 / 113 = 21.8. After rounding, it is equal to 22.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 17.6. After rounding, it becomes 18.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 17.'> 17
12
Dunham, Chris 6 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.7 * 104 / 113 = 8.92. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.7 * 112 / 113 = 9.61. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
2
Eggebraaten, Aaron 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.9 * 104 / 113 = 4.5. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.9 * 112 / 113 = 4.85. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
+1
Emerson, Jon +2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +0.4 * 104 / 113 = +0.36. After rounding, it is equal to 0.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.0. After rounding, it becomes 0.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +6.'> +6
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +0.4 * 112 / 113 = +0.39. After rounding, it is equal to 0.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.0. After rounding, it becomes 0.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
+5
Emerson, Stan 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.9 * 104 / 113 = 7.27. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.9 * 112 / 113 = 7.83. After rounding, it is equal to 8.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 6.4. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Emmert, John 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.4 * 104 / 113 = 4.96. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.4 * 112 / 113 = 5.35. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
+1
English, Doug 12 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 17.7 * 104 / 113 = 16.29. After rounding, it is equal to 16.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 12.8. After rounding, it becomes 13.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 17.7 * 112 / 113 = 17.54. After rounding, it is equal to 18.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 14.4. After rounding, it becomes 14.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 13.'> 13
9
Erickson, Chad 6 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.9 * 104 / 113 = 9.11. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.9 * 112 / 113 = 9.81. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
2
Felker, Bob 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.2 * 104 / 113 = 4.78. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.2 * 112 / 113 = 5.15. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
+1
Fisher, Terry 12 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 17.9 * 104 / 113 = 16.47. After rounding, it is equal to 16.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 12.8. After rounding, it becomes 13.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 17.9 * 112 / 113 = 17.74. After rounding, it is equal to 18.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 14.4. After rounding, it becomes 14.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 13.'> 13
9
Frank, Jon 5 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.4 * 104 / 113 = 8.65. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.4 * 112 / 113 = 9.31. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 6.'> 6
2
Frey, Josh +1 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 1.3 * 104 / 113 = 1.19. After rounding, it is equal to 1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.8. After rounding, it becomes 1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +5.'> +5
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 1.3 * 112 / 113 = 1.28. After rounding, it is equal to 1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.8. After rounding, it becomes 1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
+4
Gnewuch, Dennis 14 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.0 * 104 / 113 = 18.4. After rounding, it is equal to 18.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 14.4. After rounding, it becomes 14.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 8.'> 8
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.0 * 112 / 113 = 19.82. After rounding, it is equal to 20.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 16.0. After rounding, it becomes 16.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 15.'> 15
10
Gorsett, Mike 8 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.4 * 104 / 113 = 11.41. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.4 * 112 / 113 = 12.29. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
5
Gough, Dean 6 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.8 * 104 / 113 = 9.01. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.8 * 112 / 113 = 9.71. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
2
Gregory, Jay +1 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 0.8 * 104 / 113 = 0.73. After rounding, it is equal to 1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.8. After rounding, it becomes 1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +5.'> +5
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 0.8 * 112 / 113 = 0.79. After rounding, it is equal to 1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.8. After rounding, it becomes 1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
+4
Groeger, Dick 11 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 16.4 * 104 / 113 = 15.09. After rounding, it is equal to 15.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 12.0. After rounding, it becomes 12.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 6.'> 6
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 16.4 * 112 / 113 = 16.25. After rounding, it is equal to 16.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 12.8. After rounding, it becomes 13.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 12.'> 12
8
Groeger, Julie 15 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 21.5 * 104 / 113 = 19.78. After rounding, it is equal to 20.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 16.0. After rounding, it becomes 16.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 10.'> 10
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 21.5 * 112 / 113 = 21.3. After rounding, it is equal to 21.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 16.8. After rounding, it becomes 17.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 16.'> 16
11
Gross, Jerry 6 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.8 * 104 / 113 = 9.01. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.8 * 112 / 113 = 9.71. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
2
Hanisch, Gene 8 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.2 * 104 / 113 = 12.14. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.2 * 112 / 113 = 13.08. After rounding, it is equal to 13.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 10.4. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
5
Hanisch, Scott 0 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 2.9 * 104 / 113 = 2.66. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 2.9 * 112 / 113 = 2.87. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
+3
Hartzell, Kenny +4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +1.8 * 104 / 113 = +1.65. After rounding, it is equal to +2.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +1.6. After rounding, it becomes +2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +8.'> +8
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +1.8 * 112 / 113 = +1.78. After rounding, it is equal to +2.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +1.6. After rounding, it becomes +2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +3.'> +3
+7
Hill, Dan 9 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 14.0 * 104 / 113 = 12.88. After rounding, it is equal to 13.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 10.4. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 14.0 * 112 / 113 = 13.87. After rounding, it is equal to 14.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 11.2. After rounding, it becomes 11.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 10.'> 10
5
Hill, Donn +1 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 0.9 * 104 / 113 = 0.82. After rounding, it is equal to 1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.8. After rounding, it becomes 1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +5.'> +5
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 0.9 * 112 / 113 = 0.89. After rounding, it is equal to 1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.8. After rounding, it becomes 1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
+4
Hoitsma, Derek 6 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.3 * 104 / 113 = 9.47. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.3 * 112 / 113 = 10.2. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
3
Hoitsma, Shane 6 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.2 * 104 / 113 = 9.38. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.2 * 112 / 113 = 10.1. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
3
Holm, Bob 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.7 * 104 / 113 = 7.08. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.7 * 112 / 113 = 7.63. After rounding, it is equal to 8.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 6.4. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Hoxter, Mike +4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +2.0 * 104 / 113 = +1.84. After rounding, it is equal to +2.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +1.6. After rounding, it becomes +2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +8.'> +8
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +2.0 * 112 / 113 = +1.98. After rounding, it is equal to +2.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +1.6. After rounding, it becomes +2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +3.'> +3
+7
Janssen, Tom 3 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.3 * 104 / 113 = 5.79. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.3 * 112 / 113 = 6.24. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
0
Jensen, Max 0 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.2 * 104 / 113 = 2.94. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.2 * 112 / 113 = 3.17. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
+3
Kiesow, Kirk 9 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 14.6 * 104 / 113 = 13.43. After rounding, it is equal to 13.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 10.4. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 14.6 * 112 / 113 = 14.47. After rounding, it is equal to 14.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 11.2. After rounding, it becomes 11.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 10.'> 10
6
Kirwan, Dan 7 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.1 * 104 / 113 = 10.21. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.1 * 112 / 113 = 11.0. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 8.'> 8
4
Kolar, Tony 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.6 * 104 / 113 = 4.23. After rounding, it is equal to 4.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 3.2. After rounding, it becomes 3.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +3.'> +3
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.6 * 112 / 113 = 4.55. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
+2
Kolhoff, Rob 1 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.6 * 104 / 113 = 3.31. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.6 * 112 / 113 = 3.56. After rounding, it is equal to 4.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 3.2. After rounding, it becomes 3.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
+3
Kuchta, Nate 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.1 * 104 / 113 = 4.69. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.1 * 112 / 113 = 5.05. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
+1
Levasseur, Gene 1 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.6 * 104 / 113 = 3.31. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.6 * 112 / 113 = 3.56. After rounding, it is equal to 4.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 3.2. After rounding, it becomes 3.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
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Lynde, Jeremy 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.5 * 104 / 113 = 5.06. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.5 * 112 / 113 = 5.45. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
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Lynde, Mike 7 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.3 * 104 / 113 = 10.4. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.3 * 112 / 113 = 11.2. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 8.'> 8
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Mahar, Terry 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.6 * 104 / 113 = 4.23. After rounding, it is equal to 4.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 3.2. After rounding, it becomes 3.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +3.'> +3
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.6 * 112 / 113 = 4.55. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
+2
Mallery, Jamie 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.0 * 104 / 113 = 6.44. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.0 * 112 / 113 = 6.93. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Manley, Sean 3 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.3 * 104 / 113 = 5.79. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.3 * 112 / 113 = 6.24. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
0
McCoy, Dave 6 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.1 * 104 / 113 = 9.29. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.1 * 112 / 113 = 10.01. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 7.'> 7
3
McEntee, Quenton 8 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.9 * 104 / 113 = 10.95. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.9 * 112 / 113 = 11.79. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
4
McHolme, Angus +2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +0.3 * 104 / 113 = +0.27. After rounding, it is equal to 0.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.0. After rounding, it becomes 0.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +6.'> +6
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +0.3 * 112 / 113 = +0.29. After rounding, it is equal to 0.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.0. After rounding, it becomes 0.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
+5
McHolme, Collin 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.2 * 104 / 113 = 6.62. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.2 * 112 / 113 = 7.13. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Meyer, Bill 14 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.6 * 104 / 113 = 18.95. After rounding, it is equal to 19.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 15.2. After rounding, it becomes 15.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.6 * 112 / 113 = 20.41. After rounding, it is equal to 20.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 16.0. After rounding, it becomes 16.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 15.'> 15
11
Meyer, Craig 9 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.9 * 104 / 113 = 12.79. After rounding, it is equal to 13.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 10.4. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.9 * 112 / 113 = 13.77. After rounding, it is equal to 14.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 11.2. After rounding, it becomes 11.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 10.'> 10
5
Meyer, Scott 7 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.3 * 104 / 113 = 10.4. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.3 * 112 / 113 = 11.2. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 8.'> 8
4
Mikkelsen, Abbey 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.1 * 104 / 113 = 6.53. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.1 * 112 / 113 = 7.03. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Mikkelsen, Chris 0 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.4 * 104 / 113 = 3.12. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.4 * 112 / 113 = 3.36. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
+3
Morgan, Ben 0 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 2.2 * 104 / 113 = 2.02. After rounding, it is equal to 2.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 1.6. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 2.2 * 112 / 113 = 2.18. After rounding, it is equal to 2.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 1.6. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
+3
Munson, Joe 0 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.2 * 104 / 113 = 2.94. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.2 * 112 / 113 = 3.17. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
+3
Munson, Mike 8 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.2 * 104 / 113 = 12.14. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.2 * 112 / 113 = 13.08. After rounding, it is equal to 13.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 10.4. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
5
Murphy, Colin +3 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +0.6 * 104 / 113 = +0.55. After rounding, it is equal to +1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +0.8. After rounding, it becomes +1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +7.'> +7
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +0.6 * 112 / 113 = +0.59. After rounding, it is equal to +1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +0.8. After rounding, it becomes +1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
+6
Murphy, Tim 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.2 * 104 / 113 = 7.54. After rounding, it is equal to 8.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 6.4. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.2 * 112 / 113 = 8.12. After rounding, it is equal to 8.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 6.4. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
1
Nelson, Jeff 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.7 * 104 / 113 = 6.16. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.7 * 112 / 113 = 6.64. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
0
Newborg, Kolby +3 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +1.2 * 104 / 113 = +1.1. After rounding, it is equal to +1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +0.8. After rounding, it becomes +1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +7.'> +7
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +1.2 * 112 / 113 = +1.18. After rounding, it is equal to +1.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +0.8. After rounding, it becomes +1.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
+6
O'Connor, Bill 9 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.8 * 104 / 113 = 12.7. After rounding, it is equal to 13.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 10.4. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.8 * 112 / 113 = 13.67. After rounding, it is equal to 14.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 11.2. After rounding, it becomes 11.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 10.'> 10
5
Peterson, Jerry 5 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.2 * 104 / 113 = 8.46. After rounding, it is equal to 8.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 6.4. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.2 * 112 / 113 = 9.11. After rounding, it is equal to 9.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 7.2. After rounding, it becomes 7.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 6.'> 6
2
Pfeifer, Scot 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.3 * 104 / 113 = 6.71. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.3 * 112 / 113 = 7.23. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
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Rempp, Joe 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.9 * 104 / 113 = 6.35. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.9 * 112 / 113 = 6.83. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
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Reuland, Ken 8 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.7 * 104 / 113 = 10.76. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.7 * 112 / 113 = 11.59. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
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Rowe, Kip 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.0 * 104 / 113 = 4.6. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.0 * 112 / 113 = 4.95. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
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Rusk, Damon 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.3 * 104 / 113 = 4.87. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.3 * 112 / 113 = 5.25. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
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Sabers, Chad 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.0 * 104 / 113 = 4.6. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.0 * 112 / 113 = 4.95. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
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Schlisner, Calvin 10 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 15.4 * 104 / 113 = 14.17. After rounding, it is equal to 14.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 11.2. After rounding, it becomes 11.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 15.4 * 112 / 113 = 15.26. After rounding, it is equal to 15.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 12.0. After rounding, it becomes 12.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 11.'> 11
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Sitzmann, Jack 0 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.4 * 104 / 113 = 3.12. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +4.'> +4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.4 * 112 / 113 = 3.36. After rounding, it is equal to 3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 2.4. After rounding, it becomes 2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 1.'> 1
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Spiering, Paul 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.1 * 104 / 113 = 4.69. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.1 * 112 / 113 = 5.05. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
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Steever, Travis 3 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.5 * 104 / 113 = 5.98. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.5 * 112 / 113 = 6.44. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
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Talcott, Jesse +4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +3.0 * 104 / 113 = +2.76. After rounding, it is equal to +3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +2.4. After rounding, it becomes +2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +8.'> +8
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +3.0 * 112 / 113 = +2.97. After rounding, it is equal to +3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +2.4. After rounding, it becomes +2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +3.'> +3
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Thomes, Chris 8 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.5 * 104 / 113 = 11.5. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.5 * 112 / 113 = 12.38. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
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Timmerman, Scott 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.2 * 104 / 113 = 4.78. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.2 * 112 / 113 = 5.15. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
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Tom, Aaron +4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +3.2 * 104 / 113 = +2.94. After rounding, it is equal to +3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +2.4. After rounding, it becomes +2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +8.'> +8
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +3.2 * 112 / 113 = +3.17. After rounding, it is equal to +3.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is +2.4. After rounding, it becomes +2.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +3.'> +3
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Trasamar, Ryan +2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +0.1 * 104 / 113 = +0.09. After rounding, it is equal to 0.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.0. After rounding, it becomes 0.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +6.'> +6
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = +0.1 * 112 / 113 = +0.09. After rounding, it is equal to 0.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.0. After rounding, it becomes 0.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
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Van Zanten, Ron 14 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.6 * 104 / 113 = 18.95. After rounding, it is equal to 19.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 15.2. After rounding, it becomes 15.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.6 * 112 / 113 = 20.41. After rounding, it is equal to 20.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 16.0. After rounding, it becomes 16.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 15.'> 15
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Vandel, George 7 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.7 * 104 / 113 = 9.84. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.7 * 112 / 113 = 10.6. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 8.'> 8
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VanderBeke, Joe +2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 0.5 * 104 / 113 = 0.46. After rounding, it is equal to 0.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.0. After rounding, it becomes 0.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +6.'> +6
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 0.5 * 112 / 113 = 0.49. After rounding, it is equal to 0.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 0.0. After rounding, it becomes 0.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
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VanderBeke, Marc 3 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.4 * 104 / 113 = 5.89. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.4 * 112 / 113 = 6.34. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 4.'> 4
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Varilek, Kevin 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.5 * 104 / 113 = 6.9. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 0.'> 0
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.5 * 112 / 113 = 7.43. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
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White, Dennis 4 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.0 * 104 / 113 = 6.44. After rounding, it is equal to 6.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.8. After rounding, it becomes 5.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +1.'> +1
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.0 * 112 / 113 = 6.93. After rounding, it is equal to 7.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 5.6. After rounding, it becomes 6.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 5.'> 5
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Wiessner, Kevin 2 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.5 * 104 / 113 = 5.06. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes +2.'> +2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.5 * 112 / 113 = 5.45. After rounding, it is equal to 5.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 4.0. After rounding, it becomes 4.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
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Witt, Eric 7 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.9 * 104 / 113 = 10.03. After rounding, it is equal to 10.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.0. After rounding, it becomes 8.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 2.'> 2
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.9 * 112 / 113 = 10.8. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 8.'> 8
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Wodzinski, Pete 8 tee, the rating is 65.7 and the slope is 104.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.0 * 104 / 113 = 11.04. After rounding, it is equal to 11.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 8.8. After rounding, it becomes 9.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Men's White Tee is -5.9 strokes, which rounds to -6. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 3.'> 3
tee, the rating is 70.5 and the slope is 112.
We calculate the course handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.0 * 112 / 113 = 11.89. After rounding, it is equal to 12.
We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 80%. Before rounding, the course handicap is 9.6. After rounding, it becomes 10.
Since the player is playing from a different tee than the unadjusted tee, and you are using section 3-5, we need to adjust the course handicap. The difference in rating between the Silver Tee and the Women's White Tee is -1.1 strokes, which rounds to -1. Adjusting for this, the course handicap becomes 9.'> 9
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