That sounds reasonable but can't work and i will explain why. Let's suppose:
Week 1: 52 (x2), 53 (x3), 54 (x6)
Week 2: 53 (3), 54 (x7)
Week 3: 53 (x5)
and so on.....who will be in the top of the brackets?
At least with a single list, we knew our order. Now?
In that scenario the
WK1 52 would be #1
WK1 53's would be 2-4
WK2 53's would be 5-7
WK3 53's would be 8-12
WK1 54's would be 13-17
and so on.
First tiebreaker is the week in which you played, so playing a low round early guarantees a low seed. The traditional tiebreaker (countback) is only used within the same scores of one week. So, for example, a 28-25 in WK1 would get the 2nd seed while a 27-26 would get the 3rd and a 25-28 would get the 4th seed.
More practical, you scored a 55 in WK3, so at best you'll be the 6th seed, as you lost the tiebreaker in WK3 to another player and 4 players shot a 55 or better in the first two weeks. Only 54's will pass you in weeks 4-8, 55's will be sorted behind you.