Picked up 2 new birdies yesterday.
Hole #10, Par 4. 394 yds
Well hit driver down the right side of the fairway, flirting with the trees on the right just a bit, but safe. There was a breeze in my face, which I thought was a fill club. but wasn't quite. hit an 8 iron on the back side of the green (pin in front). drilled a 30 ft. downhill slider for Birdie.
Hole #7, Par 5. 499 yds
about a 1 club breeze at my back. Hit Driver right down the pipe. then hit a 5-iron over the ravine on to the fringe. knocked that 50+ foot putt from the fringe to about 4 feet, and drained for Bird
Ill guess Member 1, Member 2, Tour 1, Member 3, Tour 2. Just not sure the Pros can make up enough strokes around the green against low cappers to cover what they are losing off the tee.
That assumption is based on Trackman averages I have seen for Mens Pro, Mens average, and Ladies Pro. It's possible these 5 players don't fit that assumption.
We are making big decisions based on this data. If things are being double/triple counted, or as some friends have told me, they are counting people who have been "contact traced" as positive even though they have not been tested, then the data is incorrect and misleading. This actually dilutes the mortality rate because it inflates the number of cases that are compared to deaths. Given that the mortality rate is declining, what changed. Better treatment? It's less deadly in the summer? Isn't it more likely that we are counting more COVID cases than there actually are?
As far as masks, I think they are hurting more than helping. People are constantly touching / adjusting their masks. If a person is infected, they are now transferring the virus which is concentrated on their mask to their hands, and then they touch things. The CDC says that you are supposed to wash your hands if you touch your mask. Nobody is doing this. Masks look pretty nasty, so I am guessing that many people are not washing them either. A coworker of my daughter is battling a bacterial infection in her lungs because she wore the same mask and never washed it. People are being told to wear them, but not how to care for them.
Like @bwdial, I'd now say the +2.8 wins mostly and you are pretty close with them.
The rating/slope made a big difference. I'd venture a guess that they play to a +5ish, which averages right with you. If course knowledge is a factor, you may have an edge, but it'd be close still.