Lets get to know each other, please enter your full name below:* First Last Your email:* Question #1Dave has a handicap of 24, on what indexed holes does Dave deduct 2 shots?*1 to 66 to 1212 to 18NoneWoops, that's not right. Under stableford scoring, your actual score on each hole is adjusted based on your handicap. The stroke index is used to determine on what holes you apply your handicap. Examples: a 12 handicap golfer would deduct one shot from their fixed score on stroke index holes rated 1 to 12 only. A 21 handicap player would deduct two shots from their fixed score on holes indexed 1 through 3 and deduct one shot on holes indexed 4 to 18 (see scorecard example below). Try a different answer above.Correct!Question #2Karen scored a PAR adjusted to a BIRDIE after she takes away 1 handicapped shot. How many points has Karen scored?*1 point2 points3 pointsZeroWoops, that's not right. Under stableford scoring, your actual score on each hole is adjusted based on your handicap. The ‘adjusted’ score is then compared to the stableford scoring system as follows: Double Bogey or worse = 0, Bogey = 1 point, Par = 2 Points, Birdie = 3 points, Eagle = 4 points & Albatross = 5 points. Try a different answer above.Correct!Question #3Richard is a C Grader. His ball lands short of the green, his next shot will be his 8th. The hole is a par 4 and he has 2 shots. What should Richard do?*Pick his ball up because he cannot score any pointsContinue playing, he can still score pointsWoops, that's not right. Under stableford scoring if your adjusted score is double bogey or worse you cannot score any points. For pace of play, its important you consider other golfers and pick up your ball when you cannot score any points. Try a different answer above.Correct!