Stableford Scoring

Awarded Shots with Stableford Scoring

Your tee scorecard stroke index is numbered which golf holes you will be awarded shots.

These Awarded Shots will allow you to correctly calculate your stableford points. For each shot of your handicap, you must assign it to a hole.

If you have a handicap of 7, you would be entitled to 7 extra shots. Therefore you would be awarded one extra shot for the 9 most difficult holes, SI of 1 to 7.


18 Handicap PlayerA handicap of 18 means you would be awarded one shot per hole.  24 Handicap PlayerA handicap of 24 would give you one shot for every hole plus one extra for the 6 most difficult holes. Therefore, 2 shots for holes with a SI between 1 and 6 and one shot for holes with an SI of 7 to 18, giving a total of 24. 

You get points for net score.
1 point for one over par. 2 points for par. 3 points for one under par
[birdie] and 4 points for two under par [Eagle]
Say you were 18 handicap then you would get a shot allowance on every hole

Hole 1.  Par 4 Stroke index 9

If you scored 5 . Then on the card you would show
5/4 for 2 points
If you scored 4.Then on the card you would show
4/3 for 3 points
If you get a birdie then it would be
3/2 for 4 points

If you are down in 2 (eagle) then it is 2/1 for 5 points.

Liverpool host Shrewsbury Town in an FA Cup fourth-round replay tonight Tuesday, with kick-off at Anfield scheduled for 7.45pm GMT.

No tv coverage …and Imn gutted loved the 2-2 first match and was looking forward to viewing the replay tonight.In fact, the only place you’ll get full coverage of Liverpool vs Shrewsbury is talkSPORT – So it’s radio just like the good old days talkSPORT it is then .


Count back golf scoring

Countback – this is how it works
Especially if you are new to the game, you may have wondered how come the other guy won when you had the same score? Well, the system used to decide is known as count back and is employed when two or more players finish with equal scores. It works by checking back as follows until there is one player clear:Best back 9Best last 6 holesBest last 3 holesBest last holeBest front 9Best holes 4-9Best holes 7-9Best 9th holeIn 14 hole, 12 hole and 9 hole competitions the same system is used with the following variations:14 hole competition:   Back 7, back 3, last hole, etc.
12 hole competition:   Back 6, back 3, last hole etc.
  9 hole competition:   Back 5, back 3, last hole etc.In stroke play competitions exact handicaps are used before countback is implemented.

How many golf clubs in bag?

How Many Golf Clubs Can You Carry?

Carrying the right clubs may help in better golf scores on the course.

Knowing how many clubs you’re allowed to carry is vital if you’re playing in a match play competition or open tournament. The Club rule that local golf associations adhere to about the number of clubs allowed in a player’s bag. Having too many clubs may result in penalties that could make a quality round of golf go South.

Club Limits

According to the & USGA, a golfer is allowed to have 14 clubs in his bag. This may include three woods (driver, 3-wood and 5-wood), eight irons, (3-9 iron and pitching wedge), and putter. These are the standard 12 clubs in many golf bags. If the golfer starts with a number of clubs in his bag less than 14, he can add to the number of clubs until he reaches 14.

Borrowing Clubs

In 1988, the USGA altered a rule about club-borrowing that allowed a player to borrow a club from anyone. The borrowed club could be used throughout the remainder of the round. However, in 1992, the USGA changed the rule back to the pre-1988 interpretation that allows you to borrow a club only from a partner you’re teaming up with during a tournament.


The penalty for excess clubs is assessed in various golf formats, including the popular stroke and match play formats. & USGA requires that golfers in violation of the club limits have the excess club be declared out of play. The club is declared out of play by the golfer’s match-play opponent or fellow competitor in a stroke play competition. A golfer will incur a two-stroke penalty for each hole where the extra club was used, with a maximum penalty of four strokes per round. Match play penalties require a golfer to deduct a hole he won for each penalty up to a maximum of two holes per round.

Extra Clubs

When choosing your 14 clubs, you can usually add two clubs to the normal allotment of 12 clubs in the bag. The last two clubs can be a hybrid driver for use on the fairway and a wedge for the golfer’s short game. Or you may choose to use two wedges, which can include a lob wedge or sand wedge. The lob wedge provides better lift, while the sand wedge may help with those tough bunker shots.


The hybrid golf club is a combination of a wood and iron that can help condense the number of clubs in a bag. Some hybrids look like an iron and some more resemble a 3-wood. The hybrid is counted as one of the clubs in the golf bag but can serve multiple purposes on the course. A hybrid can be used off the tee, as a replacement for long irons and sometimes for chip shots around the green. By using a hybrid, you may be able to eliminate a fairway wood and 3-iron, allowing you to add another wedge in your bag.

Golf Chesfield Downs+Linked Club Company Courses

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Approx car travel distance from Chesfield Downs ,Graveley ,Herts.

The Club Company portfolio of golf clubs which may change at any time &

Latest updates or more info

Golf ClubApprox Car travel from Chesfield Downs,Graveley.Herts.
TheEssex,Earls Coyne,Essex1h+15 mnts
Benton Hall,Whitham ,Essex1h+15 mnts
Castle Royal
(reg members only)
Knowls Hill,Berkshire
1h+15 mnts
(reg members only)
Nizels Golf,
Chartham Park,East Grinstead,West Sussex1hr+40mnts (toll)
The Warwickshire,
Leek Wooton,Warwickshire
Witney Lakes Resort,Witney,Oxfordshire1hr+50mnts
Cams Hall Estate Golf Club, Porchester Road, Portchester, Fareham2hr+6mnts
Lichfield Golf ,Lichfield,Staffordshire2hr+15mnts
Meyrick Park,Bournemouth2hr+25mnts
Wharton Park,Worcestershire,2hr+40
Woodbury Park,Exeter,Devon2hr+45mnts
Tytherington Club,Macclesfield,Cheshire3hr+25mnts
Chesfield Downs,Graveley,Herts approx car travel time distance to other club company golf clubs.

Tennis Rules

Rules & scoring in tennis

Scoring in tennis

The rules of tennis are controlled by the International Tennis Federation. We’ve outlined some basic scoring in tennis information below,

Scoring in a set

The first player/team to win six games wins that set, provided there is a margin of two games over the opponent(s). If the score reaches six games all, a tie-break game shall be played.

Scoring in a match

A match can be played to the best of 3 sets (a player/team needs to win 2 sets to win the match) or to the best of 5 sets (a player/team needs to win 3 sets to win the match).

Scoring in a game

A standard game is scored as follows with the server’s score being called first:

No point – “Love”
First point – “15”
Second point – “30”
Third point – “40”
Fourth point – “Game”
If each player/team has won three points, the score is deuce. After deuce, the score is advantage for the player/team who wins the next point. If that same player/team also wins the next point, that player/team wins the game; if the opposing player/team wins the next point, the score is again deuce. A player/team needs to win two consecutive points immediately after deuce to win the game.


During a tie-break game, points are scored “zero”, “1”, “2”, “3”, etc. The first player/team to win seven points wins the game and set, provided there is a margin of two points over the opponent(s). If necessary, the tie-break game shall continue until this margin is achieved.