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Sun, May 26 2024 10:22 AM (16 replies)
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  • CowboyTed
    53 Posts
    Thu, Apr 27 2023 1:38 PM

    This question has been asked but not answered since the new version was released.  What does it take to get to Champion from Tour Legend??? Is there a definitive answer??

  • AnaNikolaj
    636 Posts
    Thu, Apr 27 2023 1:55 PM

    CowboyTed:

    This question has been asked but not answered since the new version was released.  What does it take to get to Champion from Tour Legend??? Is there a definitive answer??

     

    Of course there is and it's been written plenty of times. A 59 avg and 750 ranked rounds as TL (excluding par 3s, par 5s and custom courses).

  • CowboyTed
    53 Posts
    Sat, Apr 29 2023 12:04 PM

    Well I have well below 59 and over 1000 ranked rounds

  • Tabarnak777
    173 Posts
    Sat, Apr 29 2023 12:12 PM

    ''Of course there is and it's been written plenty of times. A 59 avg and 750 ranked rounds as Tour Legend (excluding par 3s, par 5s and custom courses).''

    There is surely some rounds left to play.

  • CowboyTed
    53 Posts
    Sun, Apr 30 2023 1:11 PM

    AHHHH so how do you know AS TOUR LEGEND how many ranked games you played

  • HamdenPro
    2,427 Posts
    Sun, Apr 30 2023 6:21 PM

    CowboyTed:
    so how do you know AS TOUR LEGEND how many ranked games you played

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    First, you need a “baseline” that is to the fourth decimal, for example 59.4310. You can find your baseline after playing a coin room. After playing a coin room, your average will be displayed.

     

    Next, you need to immediately play a regular ranked (or scored) round. Say, you play 9 holes and score 27. You will need to double the score, for a 18 round, which would be 54. Check your average again, it will be in decimal form. Given our example, let’s say the new average is 59.4034.

     

    Subtract your new average from your baseline, you will get (in the example) .0276, call this your “drop in average”.

     

    Now, take your new average of 59.4034 and subtract your last round of 54 and you arrive at 5.4034.

     

    Take the 5.4034 and divide it by you “drop in average” ( 5.4034/.0276). You will arrive at 195.77.  This is the number of rounds you have played at your current tier.

     

    EDIT: To be clear, I did not "discover" the above described formula. I came upon it a while back surfing the archives. I forgot where I found it, otherwise I would have simply pasted the link.

     

  • protonc
    644 Posts
    Mon, May 1 2023 12:04 PM

    I will add, Nico denied changes, but saturation does not happen until ranked round 775 for T.Legend to Champ.

  • AnaNikolaj
    636 Posts
    Mon, May 1 2023 3:24 PM

    protonc:

    I will add, Nico denied changes, but saturation does not happen until ranked round 775 for T.Legend to Champ.

    Not sure if you're effing around with the OP or not, but this is the first time I heard this. Given the nice symmetrical spread of the numbers, I very much doubt they'd change it from 750 to 775...

  • HamdenPro
    2,427 Posts
    Mon, May 1 2023 4:18 PM

    AnaNikolaj:
    I very much doubt they'd change it from 750 to 775...

    Posted on Discord by NICO...

     

     

  • protonc
    644 Posts
    Mon, May 1 2023 4:53 PM

    This just happened on April 25th.  I have no reason to eff around with anyone. I’ve been playing for 10 years, I know the process. At 750 to 774 my avg went up and down, at 775 my avg dropped by .08, and has dropped since.

    Everyone knows that image, everyone trust it’s correct, until now. 

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