Originally Posted by cgkdisc
@lonhart - The table is not available. You can figure it out for various courses from looking at the difference in rating between scores 1 throw apart. For courses with low SSA values under 45, it gets up to 14 rating points per throw. For high SSA courses like Winthrop it gets down to 7 points per throw.
Thanks Chuck. It appears to boil down to this: on an easy course (a low SSA, birdie-fest) each stroke is worth a lot of rating points (e.g., 14) while on a tough course (high SSA, hard to get par) each stroke is worth less (e.g., 7 points).
I assume this pattern is a function of a lack of spread in the scoring overall on an easy course (lots of people with similar stroke counts) while on the hard course there is a great deal of spread in actual stroke counts.