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Handicaps in de sport

Ik moet een Po maken over handicaps in de sport. Ik moer hierbij informatie vinden over cijfers van het allround schaatsen. Want ik moet die cijfers met elkaar vergelijken. Weten jullie waar ik deze informatie kan vinden?

Suzann
Leerling bovenbouw havo-vwo - zondag 24 april 2005

Antwoord

Waarom speciaal in het allround schaatsen. Het meest bekende voorbeeld is de handicap berekening bij golf. Hier even een stukje tekst. De rest laten we je graag zelf uitzoeken.

A handicap is a mathematical way to allow players of varying skill levels to compete in golf tournaments. It is a means of leveling the playing field by adjusting a player's score in accordance with the difficulty of the golf course.

are you a good golfer?

A handicap index is actually a calculated number that indicates your level of play. The lower your handicap, the better a golfer you are. An official USGA handicap index (for use in tournaments) requires you to submit your scores directly to a golf club in order to undergo the process of "peer review."

The handicap index is determined after a player submits scores from multiple rounds of golf. The USGA requires a minimum of 12 scores to be submitted in order to calculate this number. Once calculated, the USGA will return this number to you, and the Handicap Index will determine the number of strokes you receive to adjust your score, when compared to other players. As a player continues to post his or her scores, the Index will fluctuate higher or lower depending on the scores submitted.

calculate your handicap index

Take your adjusted gross score and subtract the course rating. The course rating can be found on the scorecard and is represented in decimal form (71.3, for example). If you played from the white tees, use the course rating number that corresponds to these tees. The result is called the "differential."

Now divide the differential by the slope of the white tees you played from, and multiply by 113. This is called the "adjusted differential."

Take the lowest 10 of your last 20 adjusted differentials, add them together and multiply by 96%.

Now divide this number by 10. Drop everything after the tenths, and this is your index.

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zondag 24 april 2005



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