Stableford is the most common format played in competition golf at Australian golf clubs but are we playing too much of it and is it hurting our golf game?
In my latest piece for Golf Link, I write about my concern that we’re playing too much Stableford golf at clubs across Australia and it’s possible it is adversely affecting our game:
I’ve seen plenty of golfers who claim they aren’t far away from a good score, or seeing their handicap drop a few strokes after posting scores in the low 30’s for several weeks in a row.
And the really bad rounds can often be masked by a score in the high 20s courtesy of a couple of decent holes.
Wiping a hole can only mean one thing: you’ve failed to get the ball in the hole when it mattered.
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