Help with WHS and a score not counting

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Bratty

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Hi all,

I'm sure its going to be obvious to someone, but why is an 88 not being replaced by a more recent 85?

Last round: index 10.4, score diff 13.9, strokes 85, PCC0 (dunno what this is?).
Existing round: index 11.1, score diff 12.9, strokes 88, PCC1

Any ideas?
 

rulefan

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Hi all,

I'm sure its going to be obvious to someone, but why is an 88 not being replaced by a more recent 85?

Last round: index 10.4, score diff 13.9, strokes 85, PCC0 (dunno what this is?).
Existing round: index 11.1, score diff 12.9, strokes 88, PCC1

Any ideas?
AS Imurg says but what were the Course Ratings?
 

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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 day/layout/setup/tee
 

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Most recent round was 120, existing round 131.
They don't look like Course Ratings more like Slope Ratings.

Both are needed to calculate the important measure of how good your round was (ie your Score Differential).

Score Differential = (Adjusted Gross Score - Course Rating - PCC) x (113 / Slope Rating)

PS .The 'adjustment' relates to high hole scores being adjusted to net double bogey
PPS. PCC is Playing Conditions Calculation - a bit like the old CSS.
 
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Bratty

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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 day/layout/setup/tee
Gotcha. Thanks. I just wanted my handicap to keep coming down!
 
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Bratty

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They don't look like Course Ratings more like Slope Ratings.

Both are needed to calculate the important measure of how good your round was (ie your Score Differential).

Score Differential = (Adjusted Gross Score - Course Rating - PCC) x (113 / Slope Rating)

PS .The 'adjustment' relates to high hole scores being adjusted to net double bogey
PPS. PCC is Playing Conditions Calculation - a bit like the old CSS.
Sorry, yes. Those were slope ratings.
Most recent round 70.2. Existing round 72.
Thanks for the guidance.
 
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