What Is SSS?
SSS – Standard Scratch Score
SSS is used to handle the relative difficulties of golf courses in CONGU handicapping. SSS is associated with a specific set of tees at a golf course and grades the difficulty of the course (from those tees) projecting the score that a scratch golfer would shoot if playing to his or her handicap. You can speculate on the difficulty of a specific course or the comparable difficulty of multiple courses based on the SSS compared to par and each other. Example: A par 72 course with an SSS of 74 will be more difficult than a Par 72 course with an SSS of 72 as a scratch golfer would be expected to need 2 additional strokes if playing at the same level.
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