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2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis Index as of February 15

## Sid Aldridge

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 4.4. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.4 * 123 / 113 = 4.789.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 3.589....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 3.050. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 3.

## Joseph Amon

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 3.5. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.5 * 123 / 113 = 3.809.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 2.609....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 2.218. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 2.

## Josh Amon

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 18.8. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 18.8 * 123 / 113 = 20.463.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 19.263....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 16.374. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 16.

## Brett Anderson

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 8.4. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.4 * 123 / 113 = 9.143.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 7.943....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 6.751. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 7.

## Denny Barclay

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 19.4. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 19.4 * 113 / 113 = 19.4. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 13.900....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 11.815. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 12.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Mary Barclay

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 16.5.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 16.5 * 114 / 113 = 16.646.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 11.446....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 9.729. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 10.

## Lesley Barnes

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 10.3. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.3 * 114 / 113 = 10.391.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 5.191....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 4.412. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 4.

## Parker Barnes

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 5.7. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 5.7 * 123 / 113 = 6.204.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 5.004....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 4.253. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 4.

## John Blazekovich

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 10.5. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.5 * 113 / 113 = 10.5. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 5.0.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 4.25. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 4.

## Judy Brown

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 32.2.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 32.2 * 114 / 113 = 32.484.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 27.284....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 23.192. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 23.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Steve Brown

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 7.1. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.1 * 113 / 113 = 7.1. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 1.600....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 1.360. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 1.

## Kathy Ceruti

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 18.8.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 18.8 * 114 / 113 = 18.966.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 13.766....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 11.701. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 12.

## Ron Ceruti

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 9.3. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 9.3 * 113 / 113 = 9.3. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 3.800....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 3.230. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 3.

## Kim Clarke

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 8.7.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.7 * 114 / 113 = 8.776.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 3.576....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 3.040. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 3.

## Dwight Davis

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 19.5. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 19.5 * 113 / 113 = 19.5. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 14.0.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 11.9. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 12.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Joan Fallon

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 35.3.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 35.3 * 114 / 113 = 35.612.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 30.412....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 25.850. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 26.

## Miriam Ferris

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 28.7.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 28.7 * 114 / 113 = 28.953.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 23.753....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 20.190. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 20.

## Rick Ferris

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 14.3. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 14.3 * 113 / 113 = 14.3. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 8.8.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 7.48. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 7.

## Dave Gera

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 7.3. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.3 * 113 / 113 = 7.3. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 1.800....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 1.530. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 2.

## Debra Gera

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 22.0.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 22.0 * 113 / 113 = 22.0. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 16.5.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 14.025. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 14.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Sonja Golinski

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 23.7.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 23.7 * 114 / 113 = 23.909.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 18.709....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 15.903. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 16.

## Brian Gratien

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 12.1. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the White tee, the slope is 116, the rating is 66.3 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.1 * 116 / 113 = 12.421.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 66.3 - 71 = -4.7. The resulting Course Handicap is 7.721....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 6.563. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 7.

## Gene Grubb

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 6.7. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.7 * 113 / 113 = 6.7. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 1.200....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 1.02. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 1.

## Joshua Hackney

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 17.0. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 17.0 * 123 / 113 = 18.504.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 17.304....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 14.708. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 15.

## Delores Hammer

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 15.9.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 15.9 * 114 / 113 = 16.040.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 10.840....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 9.214. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 9.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Amanda Huber

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 23.4.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 23.4 * 114 / 113 = 23.607.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 18.407....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 15.646. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 16.

## John Huber

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 19.4. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 19.4 * 113 / 113 = 19.4. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 13.900....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 11.815. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 12.

## Scott Humrickhouse

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 8.2. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.2 * 113 / 113 = 8.2. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 2.700....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 2.295. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 2.

## Jane Joukowsky

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 24.9.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 24.9 * 114 / 113 = 25.120.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 19.920....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 16.932. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 17.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Deb Kermisch

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 10.9.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.9 * 114 / 113 = 10.996.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 5.796....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 4.926. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 5.

## Steven Kermisch

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 6.9. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.9 * 113 / 113 = 6.9. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 1.400....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 1.190. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 1.

## Truman Klipstein

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 32.0. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 32.0 * 113 / 113 = 32.0. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 26.5.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 22.525. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 23.

## Dave Lovell

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 10.1. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.1 * 113 / 113 = 10.1. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 4.6.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 3.910. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 4.

## Deborah Lovell

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 20.6.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.6 * 114 / 113 = 20.782.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 15.582....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 13.244. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 13.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Bill Mathers

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 29.1. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 29.1 * 113 / 113 = 29.1. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 23.6.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 20.060. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 20.

## Jeri Mifflin

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 20.6.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.6 * 114 / 113 = 20.782.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 15.582....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 13.244. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 13.

## Plummer R. Mifflin II

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 20.1. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.1 * 113 / 113 = 20.1. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 14.600....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 12.41. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 12.

## Jim Morgan

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 4.2. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 4.2 * 113 / 113 = 4.2. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is +1.300....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes +1.105. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is +1.

## Etienne Neubeiser

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 11.7. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.7 * 113 / 113 = 11.7. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 6.200....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 5.27. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 5.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Nancy Neubeiser

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 20.2.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 20.2 * 114 / 113 = 20.378.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 15.178....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 12.901. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 13.

## Robert Parrott

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 3.4. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.4 * 123 / 113 = 3.700.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 2.500....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 2.125. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 2.

## Mary Jane Peebles

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 13.4.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.4 * 114 / 113 = 13.518.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 8.318....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 7.070. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 7.

## Jim Routh

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 11.4. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.4 * 113 / 113 = 11.4. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 5.9.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 5.015. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 5.

## Linda Routh

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 13.7.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 13.7 * 114 / 113 = 13.821.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 8.621....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 7.328. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 7.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Aaron Rowland

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 11.1. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 11.1 * 123 / 113 = 12.082.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 10.882....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 9.249. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 9.

## Joshua Sharpe

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 7.3. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the Blue tee, the slope is 123, the rating is 69.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 7.3 * 123 / 113 = 7.946.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 69.8 - 71 = -1.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 6.746....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 5.734. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 6.

## Sandi Shineman

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 8.5.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 8.5 * 114 / 113 = 8.575.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 3.375....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 2.868. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 3.

## Jule Simons

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 23.5.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 23.5 * 114 / 113 = 23.707.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 18.507....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 15.731. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 16.

## Ada Smith

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 27.1.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 27.1 * 114 / 113 = 27.339.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 22.139....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 18.818. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 19.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## David Allen Smith

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 16.0. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 16.0 * 113 / 113 = 16.0. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 10.5.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 8.925. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 9.

## Brad Snyder

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 6.2. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 6.2 * 113 / 113 = 6.2. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 0.700....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 0.595. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 1.

## Karen Snyder

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 21.2.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 21.2 * 114 / 113 = 21.387.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 16.187....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 13.759. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 14.

## Eddie Sternberg

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 14.2. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the White tee, the slope is 116, the rating is 66.3 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 14.2 * 116 / 113 = 14.576.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 66.3 - 71 = -4.7. The resulting Course Handicap is 9.876....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 8.395. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 8.

## Chan Stimart

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 22.3.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 22.3 * 114 / 113 = 22.497.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 17.297....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 14.702. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 15.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Dick Stimart

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 3.1. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 3.1 * 113 / 113 = 3.1. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is +2.4.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes +2.04. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is +2.

## Kimberley Thomson

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 33.3.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 33.3 * 114 / 113 = 33.594.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 28.394....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 24.135. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 24.

## James Thomson IV

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 10.6. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting. This player is on the White tee, the slope is 116, the rating is 66.3 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 10.6 * 116 / 113 = 10.881.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 66.3 - 71 = -4.7. The resulting Course Handicap is 6.181....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 5.254. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 5.

## Michael Valadez

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 12.5. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.5 * 113 / 113 = 12.5. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 7.0.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 5.95. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 6.

## Win Walker

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes.

The initial index is 12.9. The index is unaffected by the maximum index setting.

This player is on the Green tee, the slope is 113, the rating is 65.5 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 12.9 * 113 / 113 = 12.9. We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.5 - 71 = -5.5. The resulting Course Handicap is 7.4.

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 6.29. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 6.

2020 Island Four-Ball Playing Handicap Analysis

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## Tina Weber

### Note: The World Handicap System requires full precision to be maintained in intermediary calculations. Rounding is performed only once and as the last step.

We are calculating a course handicap for All 18 holes. The initial index is 32.0.

This player is on the Red tee, the slope is 114, the rating is 65.8 and the par is 71.

We calculate the Course Handicap as index * slope / 113 = 32.0 * 114 / 113 = 32.283.... We apply a CR - P adjustment of 65.8 - 71 = -5.2. The resulting Course Handicap is 27.083....

We apply a handicap adjustment percentage of 85.0%. The Playing Handicap becomes 23.020. After rounding, the Playing Handicap is 23.

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