Re: BHMO Ratings Question
From our event yesterday I would have to dispute this concept.
Players with lesser ratings were shooting scores closer to those with higher ratings on the par 67 layout but we put more seperation on them in the par 54 layout.
I'm not talking about the 800-925 rated players, more like 925 and above.
I guess a lot of this would depend on the style of course you are playing, but the data from the groups scores will still be available and should be used.
I hope It's more than just my opinion that players are bunched closer as the par goes up away from 54. If it is confirmed from some past event samplings would you be willing to revaulute the points per stroke formula?
I guess I'm asking if you could you compile some data from events where the average score is closer to 60 and also at or near 50. This would show me whether there is equal or less seperation in the groups scores away from the average.
It seems like each individual group of players that play an event and their respective scores that day would give the value of the strokes.
The tighter the scores are grouped the higher the value of the strokes!
Why does this seem so obvious, am i missing something?