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You take your handicap, say 18, you therefore get one shot per hole, that becomes your unofficial par, and is known as your set score.

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* 0 points for 2 over set score * 1 point for one over set score * 2 points for set score * 3 points for one under set score * 4 points for two under set score * 5 points for three under set score * 6 points for four under set score and so on. If your handciap is less than 18 you get one shot on the holes ranked 1- (your handicap) on the stroke index. And also for handicaps over 18, you get one shot per hole + the extra shots, again following the stroke index.

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