Banzai wrote:The real thing to do is look at the course SSA and see how you're shooting relative to that.
inthedrift wrote:SSA = Suggested Scoring Average (right guys?)
This is the score for an individual course that a 1000 rated player would shoot on average. It takes into account the scores of any PDGA member with a rating that has played the course, as well as the performances of players relative to each other on given days (to account for varying conditions). I think I've got it right...
I see, and where can you find that info? pdga site?
The real question is how long until you shot your first 1000 rated round...
freeus wrote:Title says it all. I am coming up on my 2nd DG anniversary and to date my best round of 18 on any course is +4. My goal is to have at least one at-par or better round this year.
How long after you started playing was it before you threw your very first at-par round of 18? Also, how difficult was the course you did it on?
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