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Originally Posted by
theworldengine
Idk, tiger woods is perennially a top putter, and he frequently blames his score on "missed opportunities"
I mean, we could determine a formula for what your score would be if you putted well based on the EPS. The larger the EPS, the more likely you would be to blame putting...since you always drive it 330 straight down the middle.
I'm thinking something like this:
IAS = Internet Adjusted Score (What you would score if you could putt well)
AS = Actual Score
EPS = E-Penis Size
IAS = ( [ AS ] * .96 + [ 221.616 * ( 1 / EPS ) ] ) / (1.5)
So, let's say for with an actual score of 87, and an EPS of 12", your internet adjusted score would actually be rounded up to a 68. Not bad, you just broke par, and saved 19 strokes due to better putting!
But with an actual score of 87, and an EPS of 5.7", your internet adjusted score would go to an 82. Which means with better putting you could have saved 5 strokes.
I haven't checked all the math to make sure this is valid, but it's just a rough draft.