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Adjusted Ratings Explanation and Discussion
Find out the origin of the adjusted ratings, how
it works, and why it is a better measure of scoring averages for college golf
than using ratings and slope.
Defines Rankings eligibility, H-T-H standings
calculation, strength of schedule calculation, presentation of the standings
explanation, and Relative Ranking explanation.
Descriptions of Statistics
Descriptions are provided for the following statistical categories:
Ham & Egg, Putting Par, and Fairway Hit/Green in Regulation.
Analysis of Statistics HELP FILE
Explanation of how to understand your statistics for the maximum benefit. Includes discussion on entry of subjective data as well as where to start in understanding how to analyze you data.
Results Scoring Software
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Basic Qualifying Software Instructions
Deluxe Qualifying Software Instructions
Economy Qualifying Software Instructions
ESTAT Software Instructions
Golfstat's Service Packages
Each of Golfstat's service packages and additional options
are described here. Be sure to check out Golfstat's new customized team web page
Golfstat's Statistical Service
This information pertains to Golfstat's Statistical Service, which is
different than the mandatory NCAA or NAIA Rating Systems Registrations that are
sent out by the NCAA and the NAIA.
Golfstat's Web Service
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Policy Manual for
Registering and Scoring Events with Golfstat
This is a supplementary document to the Handbook. This
document is to be used as a resource for information regarding registration
mailings, registration requirements, minimum yardage requirements, acceptable
tournament formats, results reporting, minimum rounds for ratings, and reporting
dates to selection committees. Golfstat recommends new coaches to review this
Please email Golfstat with any questions or concerns.