I voted for the 2 tag system....I think it is more fair to us AM's who don't play much.
I have even asked Advanced type AM's for their approval to let REC players that play from shorter tee's to throw in their tags as well at tourney's. Originally I had a problem with that concept but later opened my eyes that all in all I could probably beat them anyways. Nobody else had a problem with it because it is just for fun
and AM's aren't wusses
Pro's, if you want a one tag system fine. I think you should be prepared that every now and then a REC type player may get an advantage at a tourney or two per year and you should just play better to beat us. I think it would be fun that a couple times a year the tags could have a big shake up and an 850 or so rated player could wind up with a top 10 tag. You can challenge them later on and win it back anyway. Here is a great example....Perhaps I play the best rounds of my life at ERP from the Blues and beat someone like Brad Hammock or Dollar who played from the Blacks and had their worse rounds of their lives by one stroke. ( I know - still doubtful) ..The next week either of them challanges me for my tag at Redan and beats me by 10-15 strokes. Once again, not every tourney plays a different course. I have never seen a REC set up at Redan, Lenora, etc.....
I have had tag numbers from 3 to 40 something this year. It is all just for FUN!!!
I will get one anyway, but would rather have the two tag system.
Pro's don't be wusses - you guys whine too much and the payout is at the end of the year anyway. You can win your money there and most of you just want the AM cash opportunity because you couldn't generate enough interest amongst yourselves to make it interesting for you.
Speakin' the vernacular of the peasantry. Poor little kid, I hope she gets home all right....Professor Marvel
Vern Williams - ADGO #120 - PDGA #27359