There are 4 levels of tournament for you to enter: Rookie, Pro, Expert, Masters. Whichlevels you’re able to enter is dependent upon which department you’re currently in. If you’re inRookie 1,2,3, then the answer is inconspicuous considering that you will only be capable of enter the Rookietournament. On any other hand, when you are in the Pro, Expert or Master divisions, you canenter any level at or below where you’re presently at e.
g. a player in Expert 3 can enterthe Rookie, Pro or Expert tournament. Each tour has better prizes, both overall and forwinning individual holes. For winning a single hole at each level you’ll obtain assumingyou have an open chest slot a Tour 3, 6, 9, 12 chest respectively. And at each level, boththe wind and competitors increase so it’s worth considering which level to pick seeChoosing Tournament Level. On top of the entry fee, you also need to pay concentration to the price per match.
Ifyou make it in the course of the entire tournament you’ll end up playing 45 matches. It’s unlikelythat you will lose them all unless you’re completely out of your league but you may want toplay it conservatively. A very safe strategy would be to assume you will only win 25% of yourmatches. In that scenario, you are going to lose almost 25x the match fee. At the Pro level, thatwould mean losing $250,000 at $10,000 per match on top of your tournament entry fee.
Again,a 25% win rate is a very conservative number. Adjust it to your liking. Decide for yourselfif you’re able to handle that and go from there. Weekend roundOpening Round scores should be compared lower the better. Qualifying Round scores will be in comparison lower the better. Number of completed tournament matches.
The more suits accomplished in the course of the event the higher. Number of ‘Impressive Scores’. We will compare the number of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies after which Pars that each player scored in the Weekend Round. Number of ‘Impressive Scores’. We will compare the variety of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies and then Pars that each player scored in the Opening Round.
Number of ‘Impressive Scores’. We will compare the number of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies after which Pars that every player scored in the Qualification Round. Players that are still tied after these rules will share the position and can acquire the same prize.