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Hypothetically, a player in our club has failed to post scores from past Tournaments. He plays in events at two clubs and doesn't always post his tournament results from the "other" club. We post Tournament scores for our members to eliminate this potential issue. In 11 consecutive "net" events dating back to July, 2015, he has won his flight 5 times, come in second 5 times and placed 4th once. A flight typically has 20-30 players of similar handicap indexes (9.0 to 14.0). During this same time period, we have posted 5 scores for this player and he has posted 4 (one "T"). Nine rounds posted in a 12 month period. He failed to post 5 "T" scores in that time period. None of the scores he failed to post are exceptionally good but they are somewhat better than the 20 scores in his current handicap calculation. 1. Is there any conceivable way that record is possible without some degree of handicap manipulation? 2. What excuse, short of a claim of Alzheimers, would one accept for the failure to post? 3. What sort of penalty would be appropriate? I understand that some do not play in "net" events because of issues like this one. That is certainly a personal solution but not for this situation.