Below there are 9 different match or game formats listed . These are all very fun and exellent formats for us to enjoy here at WGT . Each one of these formats would not be one that would have any way to record a round that would be able to a effect ones average in anyway .
**( of course with the exception of match play rounds up to the level of Legend . After which point would no longer have any effect one way or another , up or down on ones average ).
This is all correct ( above )
I have been asked this question frequently . The above is the only way I can figure out to explain it .
For instance . If one decided to play any one of those 9 formats for a period of say 1 year exclusively . During that year , said persons average would do nothing . Neither go up or go down .
Does not affect me at all one way or another . Just trying to confirm this to be true . FYI
MATCH PLAY CHALLENGE
*BO PAR 3
*BO PAR 5 *
MOBILE COIN ROOMS
* can be included as rounds that do not effect ones average , but are stroke and ranked , but not counted toward saturation .
Try this tip . Up until the level of Legend . The fastest way to tier up is to challenge players of any tiers above your own to a scored match play round . You will win some . Some may even let you win . WGT scores you with the highest margin of points on your average when you beat a tier above your own . Depending on the tier and margin of win . You could gain 3 or 4 points that would drop your average 3 or 4 points right there . It is the only way match play can effect your average . Like i said . The quickest way to tier up .
Not to mention . You will meet obscure players with the " find a game " feature searching for higher level match play opponents . Players with 15,000 match play rounds and 10,000 stroke play rounds . One right after another . It is incredible .
Other than that you could waste a lot of time if you were to play 11 shades of grey