Chuck, I think the underlying problem is this; in historical records the PDGA is saying that a "course lowest score" is not equal to "course best rated round".
If I went out on Sunday, the day after Blackhawk is played, and shot a 45 (one better than the best score out there), I'd be considered to have had a worse round than the day before. If the same group would play Blackhawk the next day in the OO, on the same course, and everyone would have shot a 46 (never going to happen), then the rating would be a 1000, right?
Again, it's purely opinion, but it's the score that matters. If players want to play in 50 MPH wind or in "less competition", then that's on them, not the significance of what they can achieve. You can't make an "easier" 46 out there [given conditions are the same], it just doesn't happen. It defies logic.
You guys are doing a great job adjusting to the schematics of the league rounds, and I do appreciate that. It's just the painfully, glaringly, obvious problem in our location; rounds of the same conditions and scores rate less in leagues then one-day tournaments.
Appreciate the feedback Chuck, figured I'd put my .02 in there as well. Constructive criticism never hurts. Have a great week.