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Eagles or cleaner card?

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#1 GolfHack



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Posted 12 March 2018 - 04:29 PM

I’m not complaining (for a change) but I’m curious what y’all think. The tiebreak now is for most Eagles in a round. However, if two people finish with the same score and one has more Eagles doesn’t that also mean they have a messier card?

If player A and player B both finish -10 in a nine hole qualifier and player B has two Eagles to player A’s one eagle but player A has all birdies or better it means player B must have parred a hole along the way. So, current rules aside for the moment, which player would you award the tiebreak to and why?

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Posted 12 March 2018 - 04:35 PM

Yes, and it's been debated in several threads.


The good news is on the weekend it's not the first tiebreaker, as comparing to opening round is.  If it gets to the # of eagles, tiebreaker, not great, but much better than who finished their round the earliest.  anything is better than that.

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