I guess this is a rules question.
I just played my first tournemant yesterday, and it was two rounds. My round ratings were 766 and 730. I was using all new discs except for my putter, and I think I will probably do better as soon as I become accustomed to these new discs.
I'm playing another 4 round tournament in mid March, and I want to sign up with my spouse for the intermediate division in a mixed doubles tournament that occurs in April.
The next ratings update is March 29. I don't think it's likely, but if my rating turns out to be above 800, it will be too high for me to compete in intermediate at the mixed doubles championship. But my spouse's rating will not be high enough to go up into advanced masters with me. The mixed doubles tournament in April occurs a little more than two weeks after the update, so the TD will not have the option of letting me play if my rating goes up.
, the PDGA website says that submissions for the ratings update must be in by March 8th, which is a few days before my next tournament in mid March. Does that mean my round ratings from the mid March tournament will not be taken into account when calculating my rating on March 29? Can I be assured that my rating will be a simple average of only the two rounds I played yesterday (i.e., 748)?