I believe it would be worth the money to play Pebble. My only qualifier would be that I would like to play it with my son so I’d probably have to double the cost lol. Still, if I could make it work, I’d do it. Walking the fairways of Pebble with my son would absolutely be worth the cost.
It matters for establishing net double bogey for a player for that hole. If I understand correctly, if it’s a par 4 and I get one stroke on that hole, then my max reportable score (for handicap) for that hole is 7; if it’s a par 5, then it’s 8.
Thanks. So the pars overlap in the new recommendations. They don’t in the current (outgoing) listing:
It is recommended that par be established for each hole in accordance with the following hole lengths:
Par 3: Men Up to 260 yards (240 metres); Women Up to 220 yards (200 metres)
Par 4: Men 240 to 490 yards (220 to 450 metres); Women 200 to 420 yards (180 to 380 metres)
Par 5: Men 450 to 710 yards (410 to 650 metres); Women 370 to 600 yards (340 to 550 metres)
Par 6: Men 670 yards and up (610 metres and up); Women 570 yards and up (520 metres and up)
Source: Appendix F: Rules of Handicapping