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Initial Handicap For archers without a handicap their initial figure is the average of the handicaps for the first three official rounds recorded. All handicaps are quoted in whole numbers and the average must be rounded up to the nearest whole number. Example :- if an archer shoots 3 outdoor rounds with handicaps of 64, 70 and 69 then the initial handicap is 68. (64+70+69=203, 203÷3=67.6, round up = 68).
During a Season When an archer has established a handicap it can be improved after each round shot. If a round is shot with a handicap at least 2 handicap points better than their current figure, then the archer's new handicap is the average of the current handicap and the handicap for the round just completed. As with the initial handicap this must be rounded up to the nearest whole number. Example scenario’s :- An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 68, the handicap remains 68 (no point difference) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 70, the handicap remains 68 (68+70=138. 138÷2=69, handicap’s do not increase so remains at 68) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 67, the handicap remains 68 (only 1 point difference) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 66, the handicap becomes 67 (68+66=134. 134÷2=67) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 65, the handicap become 67 (68+66=133. 133÷2=66.5, round up = 67) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 61, the handicap becomes 65 (68+61=129. 129÷2=64.5, round up = 65)
Initial Handicap For archers without a handicap their initial figure is the average of the handicaps for the first three official rounds recorded. All handicaps are quoted in whole numbers and the average must be rounded up to the nearest whole number. Example :- if an archer shoots 3 outdoor rounds with handicaps of 64, 70 and 69 then the initial handicap is 68. (64+70+69=203, 203÷3=67.6, round up = 68).
During a Season When an archer has established a handicap it can be improved after each round shot. If a round is shot with a handicap at least 2 handicap points better than their current figure, then the archer's new handicap is the average of the current handicap and the handicap for the round just completed. As with the initial handicap this must be rounded up to the nearest whole number. Example scenario’s :- An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 68, the handicap remains 68 (no point difference) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 70, the handicap remains 68 (68+70=138. 138÷2=69, handicap’s do not increase so remains at 68) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 67, the handicap remains 68 (only 1 point difference) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 66, the handicap becomes 67 (68+66=134. 134÷2=67) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 65, the handicap become 67 (68+66=133. 133÷2=66.5, round up = 67) An archer with a handicap of 68 shoots a round with a handicap of 61, the handicap becomes 65 (68+61=129. 129÷2=64.5, round up = 65)
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