First I will show a hypothetical score card and then explain how it is translated into points.
Name – Score – Rank Points – MOV Points – Total Points
Player A – 108 – 70 – 8 – 78
Player B – 110 – 60 – 6 – 66
Player C – 112 – 50 – 4 – 54
Player D – 114 – 40 – 2 – 42
Player E – 116 – 30 – 0 – 30
Player F – 999 – 0 – 0 – 0
Rank Points: Any player who starts and finishes the current tournament receives 30 points. Then, for each position better they receive 10 additional points. Player A finishes 4 places higher than Player E (999 excluded). Thus, he gets participation 30 points + 40 points for being 4 positions higher.
MOV (Margin-of-Victory) Points: Players receive one point for each stroke they are better than the last placed player (999 excluded). So, Player A shoots 8 strokes better than Player E. Thus, he receives 8 MOV points.
Any player who 999’s gets no points. Quitters never win!
So you need to hope you do well AND somebody in your division just completely sucks out loud, but not so badly that he/she gives up.
Marcus, nah, if they give up then they get no points. You want them to give up. That's guaranteed 30 points that you will better them.
It's an increasing scale based on the number of players in a division for any given tournament. It doesn't take into account what pads you play or what division you're in versus another division. This is why there are less points in Advanced Masters. There were less players in Advanced Masters.
Originally Posted by G1nked
Will there be winners in each division, or is the points thing a collective?
Originally Posted by MarcusGresham
What if we started in rec and play the others intermediate?
Then we congratulate you on moving up and you've got some catching up to do :)
Originally Posted by Justin
dang, i really screwed myself on this one. lol. i shouldn't have shot all those 900+ rated rounds.
I told you to play the longs