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post #37 of 42
Two stupid questions from a newer golfer...

Why would aerated greens have less break? << found answer for this one >>

Why am I not supposed to post scores out of season (more precisely, I suppose, is why is there even a season?)

Sorry for the hijack. Thanks for any answers.
post #38 of 42
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Originally Posted by Weeping Monk View Post

Two stupid questions from a newer golfer...

Why would aerated greens have less break? << found answer for this one >>

Why am I not supposed to post scores out of season (more precisely, I suppose, is why is there even a season?)

Sorry for the hijack. Thanks for any answers.

It depends if you have a season - people like me dont, but where there is a winter and the courses are not maintained, posting is shut down (you cant post even if you try to)

post #39 of 42
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Originally Posted by meenman View Post

It depends if you have a season - people like me dont, but where there is a winter and the courses are not maintained, posting is shut down (you cant post even if you try to)

Unless you travel to a place that doesn't have an "off" season and play.....those rounds still need to be posted.
post #40 of 42
So what's the reasoning for forbidding postings? Why not allow me to post scores on poorly maintained courses in the freezing cold?

Is it considered unfair in some way?
post #41 of 42
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Originally Posted by Weeping Monk View Post

So what's the reasoning for forbidding postings? Why not allow me to post scores on poorly maintained courses in the freezing cold?

Is it considered unfair in some way?

 

 

you can read the reasoning here: https://www.usga.org/handicapping/articles_resources/The-Inactive-Season/

post #42 of 42
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you can read the reasoning here: https://www.usga.org/handicapping/articles_resources/The-Inactive-Season/

10-4.

Thank you.
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