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Tom    0

A totally unimportant query but would still like to know the correct solution.

Two golfers are involved in a Stableford competition. Golfer number 1 has a handicap of 11, Golfer number 2 has a handicap of 20. On hole number 12, player number 1 (11) has a 6 for 1; player number 2 (20) has a 5 for 2. So play number 2 has the honour on the 14th tee. On this hole (stroke index 2) player number 1 scores a 4 for 3, and player number 2 scores a 5 for 3. Who has the honour on the 15th tee?

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sdparkes66    7
1 hour ago, Tom said:

A totally unimportant query but would still like to know the correct solution.

Two golfers are involved in a Stableford competition. Golfer number 1 has a handicap of 11, Golfer number 2 has a handicap of 20. On hole number 12, player number 1 (11) has a 6 for 1; player number 2 (20) has a 5 for 2. So play number 2 has the honour on the 14th tee. On this hole (stroke index 2) player number 1 scores a 4 for 3, and player number 2 scores a 5 for 3. Who has the honour on the 15th tee?

Speed golf..  first person to rock up and play at the tee :)

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Brian T    22

As above, play speed golf

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but strictly speaking the player retains the honour if no player beats their score.

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Bob Smith    6

Do some clubs/players still worry about whose honour it is to tee off first? All of the groups I play with, play "ready golf", if you're ready then get on with it!

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