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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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

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 35, 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 35, 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
