Stableford Scoring System
Just wondering if anyone can explain how it works in idiot termns for me :-)
Reply : Tue 22nd Jun 2010 09:38
1 point for a net bogey ( 1 over par )
2 points for a net par ( level par )
3points for a net birdie ( 1 under par )
4 points for a net eagle (2 under par )
5 points for a net albatross (3 under par )
6 points for a net condor ( 4 under par )
6 points for a net ostrich ( 5 under par )
Reply : Tue 22nd Jun 2010 09:46
Stableford scoring system both UK and US:
Reply : Tue 22nd Jun 2010 10:05
I have something that i can scan for you, its pretty straight forward, please let me have an email address and I'll send it you.
Reply : Tue 22nd Jun 2010 10:14
Thanks guys this is very helpful
How would I work out what my "net score" per hole would be taking my handicap onto consideration?
Reply : Tue 22nd Jun 2010 10:33
You have a playing handicap of 25. That means you are allowed 2 shots on the 7 hardest holes on the course and 1 shot on the rest. This is worked out by giving you a shot on every hole, and then giving the remaining 7 shots as 'extras' on the hardest holes. The hardest holes are defined by the Stroke Index (SI), where the lower the number, the harder the hole. So SI 1 is the hardest hole and SI 18 is the easiest. So you will get; -
- 2 shots on holes SI 1 to 7
- 1 shot on holes SI 8 to 18
Your net score is what you actually shoot (the gross score) on the hole, minus the number of shots you are allowed on that hole. For example: -
- You shoot a gross 6 on the Par 4 SI 4 hole. You are allowed 2 shots on this hole so your net score is 6-2 = 4. This is net par so you get 2 points
- You shoot a gross 6 on the Par 4 SI 12 hole. You are allowed 1 shot on this hole so your net score is 6-1 = 5. This is net bogey so you get 1 point
As you get more than one shot on some holes, the SI is important to you to work out your score. Hope that helps
Reply : Tue 22nd Jun 2010 10:39
Great work buddy....this is very clear now!
Reply : Tue 22nd Jun 2010 12:02
Glad to be of assistance Matt
Reply : Tue 22nd Jun 2010 19:03
Once you start working your scores out as you play it will become clearer to you.
The explanations on here are very good.