Stableford RandA Rule 21.1
a Overview of Stableford
A form ofwhere:
- Your score or your score for a hole is based on points awarded by comparing your number of strokes or your number of strokes on the hole to a fixed score for the hole set by the , and
- The competition is won by the player or who completes all with the most points.
b Scoring in Stableford
You are awarded points for each hole by comparing the number of strokes you have taken (including strokes made and penalty strokes) to the fixed target score for the hole. See the following chart for how you are awarded points in relation to the fixed target score:
Hole Played In
More than one over fixed target score or no score returned – 0 Points
One over fixed target score – 1 Point
Fixed target score – 2 Points
One under fixed target score – 3 Points
Two under fixed target score – 4 Points
Three under fixed target score – 5 Points
Four under fixed target score – 6 Points
If you do notunder the Rules for any reason, you get zero points for the hole.
To help pace of play, you are encouraged to stop playing a hole when your score will be zero points.
To meet the requirements for entering hole scores on your:
- If you and the number of strokes would result in points being awarded, your must show the actual number of strokes.
- If you and the number of strokes would result in zero points, your must either show no score or any number of strokes that results in zero points being awarded.
- If you do not under the Rules, your must show either no score or any number of strokes that results in zero points being awarded.
c Penalties in Stableford
All penalty strokes are added to your score for the hole where the breach happened.
Exception 1 – Excess, Shared, Added or Replaced Clubs.
Exception 2 – Time of Starting.
Exception 3 – Unreasonable Delay.
For each exception, you must report the facts about the breach to the disqualified.before returning your so that the may apply the penalty. If you fail to do so, you are
See Full Rules For more information on these three Exceptions.
Disqualification Penalties. If you breach any of these four Rules, you are not disqualified but you get zero points for the hole where the breach happened:
- Failure to ,
- Failure to correct mistake of playing from outside the in starting a hole,
- Failure to correct mistake of playing a , or
- Failure to correct mistake of playing from a when there is a .
If you breach any other Rule with a penalty of disqualification, you are disqualified.
d Exception to Rule 11.2 in Stableford
See Full Rules For information on when Rule 11.2 does not apply in Stableford.
e When Round Ends in Stableford
21.2 Maximum Score
A form ofwhere your score or your score for a hole is capped at a maximum number of strokes set by the , such as two times par, a fixed number or net double bogey.