If this is an amateur event, they work on best back nine, so that is net best score on the back nine, then back 6 if a tie still exists, then back 3, back 2 and back 1 until the tie is broken.
The rules state that if a tie still exists the competition committee will determine a way of breaking the tie, which sometimes includes drawing lots.
In professional competition and some high level amateur competition there is usually playoff holes which are player until one player outscores the other on a single hole.
Sudden death is used as a way to determine a winner if the score is tied after the typical sixty minute game. The first team to score points in any way is the winner.
In boxing, depending on the category, several rounds are fought. The judges of the match assign a score to each boxer depending on how well they performed each round, which accumulate with the score from the previous rounds. If all rounds are fought (there wasn't a win by K.O.) the winner is decided by the player who got the highest score according the judges, this is called a count back.
For a round of golf, the net score for a player is their gross score minus their handicap. The net score for one hole is the gross for the hole, minus the strokes allowed for the hole. The stroke index for the hole and the players handicap is used to determine how many strokes you get, and on which holes.
Usually what is done is the best nett score is used so everyone in the competition has a fair chance of winning. What you can also have in this is a prize for the best gross as well. However, in scratch competitions the best gross is the only one used. I think that nett score is the best way to determine a winner because a 28 handicapper has no chance against a 0 handicapper. And whoever plays best in accordance with their ability is the rightful winner.
If this has been written in medical notes it may refer to the CHADS2 score. In patients with Atrial Fibrilation the CHADS2 score determines the risk of having a stroke and helps to determine whether a patient should be started on warfarin therapy to prevent this. C = Cardiac failure (1) H = Hypertension (1) A = Age >75 (1) D = Diabetes (1) S = Stroke/TIA (2) score 0-1 - usually requires aspirin score 2+ warfarin
M Score is used to determine the financial health of a company. It is a model that takes different ratios into account to determine the score's number.
its a judging system, where judges score you or determine your skill level by a number of different categories depending on the organization. Usually its things like TECHNIQUE APPEARANCE CHOREOGRAPHY COSTUME EMOTIONAL IMPACT better technique is usually the way to a high score, but your faces and body language add so much to your performance level, it can really boost an average score to a phenomenal score.
A sport is an activity in which mind and body are challenged. They must score at least 5 points on average in the "sport" and they must involve direct competition through a race score or any other way that does not involve a judge(s) to determine a winner. The winner is determined by skill and can be measured and not based on a judge's opinion.
On the stroke holes 1-10, you will be given two extra shots. On the stroke holes 11-18, you will be given one extra shot. This adds up to 28 extra shots, which is your handicap. Please note that stroke hole 1 does not mean the first hole. Stroke hole 1 means the hardest hole on the course, and it should say on your scorecard what the stroke for each hole is. If you want your net score, take your gross score and subtract 28.
This is boxing. The scores and winner is not revealed until the end of the match.