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A competition is set up as a series of knockout rounds but each game is played as a 'match' using strokeplay counting (ie the winner is the one with the lowest net score).

Should each game/'match' be treated as a 2 man field strokeplay competition or should each player record their score as a general play score?

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Why do you ask, and what are the differences in your mind between the two options you gave? Are you asking about whether you'd call it a tournament score or a "general play" score for handicappIng?

I wouldn't call it a "match" per se. I'd use stroke play rules and the winner advances to the next bracket.

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4 hours ago, iacas said:

Why do you ask, and what are the differences in your mind between the two options you gave? Are you asking about whether you'd call it a tournament score or a "general play" score for handicappIng?

I wouldn't call it a "match" per se. I'd use stroke play rules and the winner advances to the next bracket.

I have been asked by the Committee of a local club and the underlying question is as you suggest. Are the scores to be returned as Competition (in WHS terminology) scores or General Play?

If the former, should each round be set up as one competition for all players (preferred I think) or a series of two man field competitions? 

Each game will be strokeplay and the lower scorer of the two players in that game goes into the next round

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To the first question, I would suggest that the scores be entered as Competition Scores, as it is a competition, it is stroke play, full rules of golf, and another player to attest if that's appropriate (or required) in your part of the world.

To the second question, 

13 hours ago, Rulesman said:

If the former, should each round be set up as one competition for all players (preferred I think) or a series of two man field competitions? 

I'm not sure I understand, I don't see that it matters from a Handicapping standpoint.  If you are using some type of Tournament Management software (we use GolfGenius) I think you can set up a "bracket" and instruct that system to determine the winner based on total strokes rather than on holes won.  Personally, I'd do it the old way, on a big sheet of paper with the brackets done by hand.

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On 3/4/2021 at 8:34 PM, DaveP043 said:

.  Personally, I'd do it the old way, on a big sheet of paper with the brackets done by hand.

Makes sense.

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