Macdill AFB Mens Golf Association League
How We Score a Round and Quota Averages
Using the modified Stableford Scoring System
The Macdill Mens Golf Association (MMAG) League uses a modified version of the Stableford scoring system. In this system you score points for shots up to a doublebogey. Below are the points earned per hole.
Earned Points:

Double Bogey or Worse……..0 Points

Bogey………………………...1 Point

Par……………………………2 Points

Birdie………………………...3 Points

Eagle…………………………5 Points

Double Eagle ………………..8 Points
To reduce the chance for errors at least 2 players in a playing group will keep score so scores can be verified by each other. It's encouraged that each player keep score just to further reduce the risk of errors.
To keep play moving and since a doublebogey or worse is 0 points you're encouraged to pick up your ball if you missed your bogey shot.
We follow all USGA regulations with the exception of we do allow rolling the ball up to 8" but, ONLY when in the first or second cut. Must play ball as it lies in the hazard or sand traps.

We PUTT THEM ALL THE WAY IN THE HOLE.

If you have a rule question don't assume, ASK! You could get charged a penalty if you make a mistake in following the league or USGA rules.
QUOTAS
A "quota", is your average score based on the number of rounds you've played with MMAG and on USGA rule 5.2 for indexing your average with fewer than 20 scores. After 20 scores are played/recorded with MMAG then your quota will simply be your best 8 scores averaged. On a new players first round we will determine your starting "quota". In other words your GHIN index or your best guesstimate of your average score on 18 holes. After the first round your average will then be indexed based on our points conversion of USGA rule 5.2. See chart below for USGA strokes and MMAG's points conversion.
You can see the latest Quotas for each player by going to the "League Results".
Below isa sample