#### KopiteKing13

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Good morning all,

Tomorrow at our club there will be a mixed Individual Matchplay being played. The male player will be playing off our yellow tees and the female player will be playing off the red tees.

Here are the details for the match:

I've made the adjustment based on the difference in the course handicap (66.2 - 63.0 = 3.2 rounded down to 3), and it works out that the female player will be awarded 4 shots in that match. 31 shots plus the 3 extra from the difference in CR, which makes 34. Adjusted to the lower handicap in the match (30), gives 4 shots.

According to the yellow tees, S.I.s 1-4 come on holes 1, 4, 10 and 13. However, the reds have their S.I.s 1-4 on holes 2, 4, 10 and 11.

Thanks very much. I've tried googling everywhere and I can't find a definitive answer.

Tomorrow at our club there will be a mixed Individual Matchplay being played. The male player will be playing off our yellow tees and the female player will be playing off the red tees.

Here are the details for the match:

Yellow Tees | Red Tees |

Par: 68 | Par: 70 |

Course Rating: 63.0 | Course Rating: 66.2 |

Slope: 101 | Slope: 114 |

Male Player | Female Player |

WHS Index: 33.5 | WHS Index: 31.2 |

Course Handicap: 30 | Course Handicap: 31 |

I've made the adjustment based on the difference in the course handicap (66.2 - 63.0 = 3.2 rounded down to 3), and it works out that the female player will be awarded 4 shots in that match. 31 shots plus the 3 extra from the difference in CR, which makes 34. Adjusted to the lower handicap in the match (30), gives 4 shots.

**My question**is what about the difference in the Stroke Indices between the two cards? Which set of Stroke Indices is used to determine which holes shots are given?According to the yellow tees, S.I.s 1-4 come on holes 1, 4, 10 and 13. However, the reds have their S.I.s 1-4 on holes 2, 4, 10 and 11.

Thanks very much. I've tried googling everywhere and I can't find a definitive answer.

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