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Gap between highest and lowest differential?

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Another post piqued my interest.  In your current GHIN calculation, what is the gap between your highest and lowest differential? 

My lowest differential is 12.7.  The highest is 22.9, although I (yesterday) posted a 28.1.

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Just now, No Mulligans said:

Well this is just embarrassing: 8.9 and 33.9

You have to know you were the inspiration for this!

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Just now, DaveP043 said:

Mine go from 0.0 to 12.4.  @tdiii, did you think of this after reading about the Anti-Handicap?

 

I have read about that, but, no.  Actually, I was griping in the breaking 90 thread about a 104 I'd just posted (off a 14.9 index) when No Mulligans weighed in with his own tales of woe, which included the differential he mentioned above. 

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2 minutes ago, tdiii said:

I have read about that, but, no.  Actually, I was griping in the breaking 90 thread about a 104 I'd just posted (off a 14.9 index) when No Mulligans weighed in with his own tales of woe, which included the differential he mentioned above. 

Aaahhh, but the bad days make the good days seem that much better.

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1 minute ago, mcanadiens said:

Low 22.8

High 27.5

Very steady. Very crappy.

The benefit to playing that closely in your scores is that in a handicapped competition you are going to have a good chance at doing well.

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Just now, Jeremie Boop said:

The benefit to playing that closely in your scores is that in a handicapped competition you are going to have a good chance at doing well.

Definitely. If I get that stupid putting thing figured out by next week, the old KHMA boys will have me pegged as a sandbagger.

 

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25.3 down to 16.0.  I only have 3 entries this year and they are all above 23.0.

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