60 is just the start of good scoring...............
Weird how out of 22 million users and 70,000 CC their is only a couple hundred able to do it.
Then there are those that can shoot under 5 feet on a 9 hole Closest to the pin tournament but seem to be average when playing with them live.
Just one more in the long line of brilliant and informative comments by the "clueless brigade".
1. I doubt there are over 100.000 active players.
2. The CTTH scores you see from other players on your FL, when you finish a round, are their possible bests (just as you can see your possible best in your scorecard). Which means they're the sum of their best score only on every individual hole. When someone plays a course 200 times, he's bound to hit it within inches on every hole at least once (not in the same round, of course). But that's the total you'll see as their "score", when you finish your round and you're asked, if you'd like to issue a challenge.
Any chance you'd actually get informed next time, before you start writing silly stuff, you trumpet?
P.S.: As for only a couple of hundred being able to score low. We have about 50 in our CC, that can score in the mid to low 50s at times, but around 15, who can score mid 50s regularly. There are probably somewhere around 500 active players, who could do that. as for the rest, mediocrity is always in the vast majority, according to Gauss ;-)