So someone's gonna have to help me out with this handicap thing. I know how handicaps work, how you have your actual score than your net score. But how are we doing things here? Looking at the British scoreboard, it looks like some guys net score is 30-40 shots off their real score, hell there was one guy who's net was 60 shots lower than his real score. Now I'm all for trying to even things out, make it possible for everyone to compete. But if you're like me, where you're handicap is about even, you can't win anything. I'm obviously not good enough to compete with the SkinniePosts and Kelllers, and I'm not bad enough so my even par rounds don't turn into -15 net rounds. I guess my question is since it doesn't seem like we're going by the USGA handicapping formula, how are things being figured out? And I don't want to come off as sounding whiny or bitching, I'm really not griping, I knew going into the Tour here that I was going to count my success by top 25's, I'm just curious as to how someone could have a 60 handicap, lol.