It's done off the differential as Imurg says, so the existing round is a better one when taking into account the slope rating, course rating, performance of everybody else on the day (which is what PCC does). So a 90 on a difficult course can easily be a better round than an 88 on an easy...
It's not a comp, and our organiser has been told they have no way of submitting our round even though it is our intent that they count for handicap. Been told to submit to our home course, which we can't do til we get back.
So 10 of us are heading over the border from England to Wales for 3 rounds from Sunday. (Rolls of Monmouth and The Vale Resort).
I have confusing reports of who can do what with regards to Handicapping from day to day, and looking for concrete experience or advice about how we can do this...
We got kicked out just for taking photos. We were playing San Roque up the road, swung by the car park and lasted two minutes by the 18th green before we were politely asked to do one. So I am level for my time spent there.
So I bought a new pair of shoes yesterday (Stobart, £80, worked well today). But I am thinking I may well make the investment in the Sealskinz too having seen all this feedback and done some research. That would bring the two pairs of existing shoes back into the winter rotation. Cheers all.
Ok, with the rain last week and the dew today, very wet socks. Recommendations for a decent pair of shoes that will keep me dry for less than a hundred quid?
They all look so flimsy and so expensive! :cry:
Thanks for that link, really useful.
I have been fighting with Avro since January when they doubled my Mum's DD. I tried to leave and they blocked it. Finally managed it two weeks before they went belly up (to Pure Planet) and the robbing gits still took the Direct Debit even after the supply...
Another vote for Hawksmoor - we ate in the one at Seven Dials on Monday and the steak was fantastic - they also do a corkage deal on Mondays in all their restaurants - bring your own wine for a fiver corkage.
I am 10 months on from my father's death. He was a very intelligent man, but tried to save a few bob by doing his will himself.
Go see a solicitor. It's like programming - the successful path is easy, it's the error handling and unexpected what ifs that mess things up.