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One-round Scramble handicapping

Zig-Zag System

The Zig-Zag System computes a handicap for an 18-hole Scramble or other team event.  It is useful for computing handicaps for a group of unhandicapped players or for players with no playing history on which to base a handicap.

It generates net results of a somewhat random nature, with almost all results under par.  The tournament committee secretly selects 3 holes at random during or after the competition to be used in the calculation, and a team allowance is calculated as a percentage of the team’s score on those 3 holes, based on their total gross score:

The team’s net score is their total gross score less the percentage of their total on the 3 selected holes.

Zig-Zag Calculation

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