Re: Anti-Handicap QuestionsNo Dent, I mean at what point would the differential be consistent?
Your handicap is the same as mine, but you're anti-handicap is much better than my anti-handicap. I would interpret that as you being a more consistent player at your handicap (for whatever reason, maybe you play the same course frequently while I do not have a home course, maybe you have been playing at a 7 longer than I have, etc...).
And yes, your anti-handicap should be higher than your regular handicap. But how much higher? My uncle is a 7 handicap, and regularly kicks my ass, so I calculated his antihandicap and it is only a stroke worse than his handicap. So when he plays, he is always right at his handicap. But when I play, my good rounds are at my handicap, but my bad rounds can get pretty ugly.