Rank

Your previous weeks rank. Updated every Sunday evening.

Note: This number is used for your strength of schedule calculation.

Note: This number is used for your strength of schedule calculation.

Individual participant in our competition

Total wins, losses and ties. Wins, losses and ties are determined by

match play format by default and in the event of a tie, stroke play format

match play format by default and in the event of a tie, stroke play format

Winning percentage

Points. One point credited for winning each nine-hole side and a point

for winning the overall match (Nassau).

for winning the overall match (Nassau).

Strength of Schedule. This determines the level of competition you've

faced. Add each golfer's W/E Rank (in your foursome) and divide by the

number of golfers in the group. I.E. A foursome with golfers that have

W/E Ranks of 4, 3, 2 & 1. Total = 10. divide 10 by 4 (number of golfers

in foursome) Total SOS for the day: 2.5

faced. Add each golfer's W/E Rank (in your foursome) and divide by the

number of golfers in the group. I.E. A foursome with golfers that have

W/E Ranks of 4, 3, 2 & 1. Total = 10. divide 10 by 4 (number of golfers

in foursome) Total SOS for the day: 2.5

Your stroke average per 18 hole round. 9 hole medal scores do not

count towards your Stroke Avg.

count towards your Stroke Avg.

Our version of the money list. Basically $1 per victory and in a typical

match, if a golfer has won the front-nine, back-nine and overall match,

they're awarded $3. Skins are not counted on the money list.

match, if a golfer has won the front-nine, back-nine and overall match,

they're awarded $3. Skins are not counted on the money list.

Rating Percentage Index. Your ranking in each category versus each

other. Each category is weighted as follows: Record (30%), PTS

(20%), SOS (25%), Stroke Avg. (20%), and $$$ (5%). If a golfer has

the following rankings: 2 for Record, 1 for PTS, 1 for SOS, 2 for Stroke

Avg. and 2 for $$$, then the following formula would be used to

calculate the RPI.

(2 x .30)+(1 x .20)+(1 x .25)+(2 x .20)+(2 x .5) =

(.6) + (.2) + (.25) + (.4) + (.1) =1.55

other. Each category is weighted as follows: Record (30%), PTS

(20%), SOS (25%), Stroke Avg. (20%), and $$$ (5%). If a golfer has

the following rankings: 2 for Record, 1 for PTS, 1 for SOS, 2 for Stroke

Avg. and 2 for $$$, then the following formula would be used to

calculate the RPI.

(2 x .30)+(1 x .20)+(1 x .25)+(2 x .20)+(2 x .5) =

(.6) + (.2) + (.25) + (.4) + (.1) =1.55

Rank

Rank based on rolling (current) data. Becomes W/E Rank on Sunday

evening.

evening.