A technique for scoring in Badminton is aiming for kill points. You don't have to be very good at badminton to do this - all you do need to be good at is aiming. You aim at the kill points near the edges of the boundaries of the court. This will cause your opponent to think that you had hit it out, and they won't try to get it. But when it's in, you get the point. But don't use it too much, seeing as your opponent will learn your trick and then it would become useless. Another technique is to drive your opponent far back on the court and after they return it, you just tip it over the net. If they stay where they were supposed to after the last hit, they wouldn't have been able to get to the birdie in time to hit it back over. However, if they return to their places after every hit, then this trick wouldn't work. One last technique has already been mentioned and that's just tipping the birdie over. A tip is when you don't hit the birdie, but rather, you just gently tap it and instead of soaring over into the opponent's court, it seems to fall across the net and it's so close to the net that most wouldn't try getting it, seeing as if you touch the net, the other team gets a point.
Players score points by hitting or striking a shuttlecock with their racket so that it passes over the net and lands in their opponents half of the court.
a way to score is if the opponents miss the birdie and it hits the ground
Usually on electic score boards but if not just on paper.
Golf. lol No, It's Badminton.
The rule of the scorer is to keep check of the score.
Keeping score. Measuring out the playing area.
There is no maximum time for a badminton game. Games are played to 21 points, but you must win by at leats 2 points. The maximum number of points allowed is 30, though, so it is possible to win 30-28 or even 30-29.
Setting' in badminton becomes an option when, in a game to 15 points, the score reaches 13-13. If the players choose to 'set,' then the score is wiped to 0-0, and the first person to score five points wins.
the first one to score 11 points wins.
to score in badminton each player starts off with 0 points each every time a point is one the person who one it gets 1 added to their score
The Umpire will keep the score in a supervised game.
They don't. But, there is a small connection. The shuttle cock in badminton is sometimes referred to as a birdie. And a birdie is a score of one under par on a given hole in golf.