Nice that is cool. I got 6/7 correct, I only missed the first question, but I think they should have mentioned how much time was left in the 4th quarter as that likely would have affected my answer. Scoring a TD and making it an 8 point game with 13 minutes left in the 4th quarter is entirely different than scoring a TD to bring it within 8 with 3-4 minutes left in the 4th quarter.
The 2020 "Rules of Handicapping" PDF is now available on the USGA web site.
Does anyone have details behind the WHS PCC calculation? Described in the 2020 Rules of Handicapping on page 55 as:
Calculate the expected score for each eligible player.
Calculate the expected standard deviation of Score Differentials at the golf course, incorporating all applicable Slope Ratings.
Establish how many players scored better or worse than expected on the day.
The proportion of players submitting a score equal to, better than or worse than their expected scoring range determines whether a PCC adjustment is required.
If an adjustment is required, determine how much harder or easier the golf course played that day.
Based on these calculations, determine any final PCC adjustment required for play on that day.
How are these various calculations performed? I.e. what is the "expected score", etc.?
Can you make the right late-game decisions?
If you've ever screamed 'GO FOR IT!' at your TV on fourth-and-1 or shook your head as your school decided not to go...
@saevel25, @klineka this is pretty cool and has some good stats as well.
I agree except the hosel getting farther part- you're much closer. Though much less likely for hosel contact to send the ball to the right (that why I'd agree with it being a toe or bladed contact, not hosel)