May I suggest avoiding the arithmetic and using CONGU's mixed tee calculator.

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May I suggest avoiding the arithmetic and using CONGU's mixed tee calculator.

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In scrambles, mixed tee adjustments are still required.

For 4-person scrambles, the adjustment is equal to a quarter of the difference in Course Ratings and added for each person playing from the higher rated tees. Important: rounding of the team Playing Handicap is only done after summing all the individual unrounded allowances and adjustments.

May I suggest avoiding the arithmetic and using CONGU's mixed tee calculator.

For 4-person scrambles, the adjustment is equal to a quarter of the difference in Course Ratings and added for each person playing from the higher rated tees. Important: rounding of the team Playing Handicap is only done after summing all the individual unrounded allowances and adjustments.

May I suggest avoiding the arithmetic and using CONGU's mixed tee calculator.

For 4-person scrambles, the adjustment is equal to a quarter of the difference in Course Ratings and added for each person playing from the higher rated tees. Important: rounding of the team Playing Handicap is only done after summing all the individual unrounded allowances and adjustments.

May I suggest avoiding the arithmetic and using CONGU's mixed tee calculator.

Afraid it does not work on my IPad WJEM

Do you have iWork ?

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0.75 would be subtracted from the team handicap

Thanks. My mistake and I am wrong thinking the 0.75 would be rounded to 0.8 when calculating the team handicap.

These are added together and the sum is rounded to a whole number. That is the team handicap.

Have you tried looking at the calculator. You can see how it works if you try different handicap indices.

These are added together and the sum is rounded to a whole number. That is the team handicap.

Have you tried looking at the calculator. You can see how it works if you try different handicap indices.

Downloaded the pages, numbers and another to Ipad pro without success

Have a look here

https://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/free-office-ipad-iphone-3452845/

We had a Texas Scramble at the weekend and the winning Groups were 54.4, 54.7 and 54.8.

I was led to believe the scores should be in whole numbers. I.e 54, 55,55.

Please confirm this is correct and where it is stated. it would not matter for the winner in this case but the 3rd place team could move to 2nd if they had a better back 9. Please clarify.

I have no interest in the final outcome other than having the result correct as I am not in the top 3

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We had a Texas Scramble at the weekend and the winning Groups were 54.4, 54.7 and 54.8.

I was led to believe the scores should be in whole numbers. I.e 54, 55,55.

Please confirm this is correct and where it is stated. it would not matter for the winner in this case but the 3rd place team could move to 2nd if they had a better back 9. Please clarify.

I have no interest in the final outcome other than having the result correct as I am not in the top 3

How did you club arrive at decimal scores? The team handicap is expressed as a whole number so the net score for the team must be a whole number. Ties are resolved by the conventional 'back 9, back 6' etc or by however the Committee has declared in the terms of competition.

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How did your club arrive at decimal scores? The team handicap is expressed as a whole number so the net score for the team must be a whole number. Ties are resolved by the conventional 'back 9, back 6' etc or by however the Committee has declared in the terms of competition.

This year has seen the following round here: Using the old system / using the new system / using the new system but not rounding the decimal point / using the new system but imposing a handicap limit.

I sometimes wonder how many members of comp committees can actually read.