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Both players record 5 because that is the score they most likely would have made. A player whose layout has only one face down card remaining has an additional option: Points per hole, points per match, and points per team match. Lexi Thompson's trying year continues

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The only thing that has been difficult is getting used to my new appetite. I've been throwing out a lot of my food because I physically feel like I cannot eat that much, and if I do eat too much then I don't feel so good.

However, I'm learning to keep all my meals small and frequent (just like I should have been doing all along!). I plan to definitely buy this product again, I really love it and finally, I've successfully changed my eating lifestyle.


Find out all the PGA Tour stats you're looking for right here at Equitable Stroke Control (ESC) is a feature of the USGA Handicap System designed to minimize the effects of "disaster holes" on a golfer's handicap index. You know: That one hole per round where you knock three balls in the water and then five-putt. The ESC score limits smooth out the potential effects of such a disaster hole on one's handicap index. Equitable Stroke Control is part of the USGA Handicap System and is designed to limit the potential toll a scorecard disaster (the dreaded “blow-up holes“) would take on a golfer’s handicap index. The Equitable Stroke Control system was designed to set a maximum score per-hole that a player can submit for handicap purposes.