Round Status: Included, Not Included, Not Eligible, Replaced: What do they mean?

Round Status: Included, Not Included, Not Eligible, Replaced: What do they mean?


All rounds aren't able to be included towards your 18Birdies Handicap. Here's a breakdown of why rounds would or wouldn't be included towards the handicap calculation.

Included in Handicap means this round is one of the most recent 20 rounds that are eligible to be used in the handicap calculation.  Consists of either 9 holes or 18 holes at a course with par 60 or higher for 18 holes or 30 or higher for 9 holes. You don't need to enter hole by hole scores, but rather a total 9 hole or total 18 hole score will work fine. 

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Not included means this round was eligible to be included in the handicap calculation but you opted out of including it towards the calculation. You can include the round again if you like.  Tap the toggle button to remove this round from your handicap calculation.


Not Eligible means that this round either wasn't a 9-hole scored round, 18 hole scored round, or it was par 59 or lower on 18 holes and par 29 or lower on 9 holes.  You also may have entered hole by hole scores but didn't finish the entire 9 or entire 18 holes. If you scored less than 9 holes the round will not be eligible, and if you score more than 9 holes but less than 18 holes only the front 9 will be eligible.  The back 9 scores would not count if they are not finished.  If you played holes 2 through 10, this also won't be eligible as it needs to be a complete 9 hole side holes 1 - 9 or holes 10 - 18.

Replaced means your round was eligible but no longer falls within the 20 most recent eligible rounds used in the 18Birdies Handicap calculation. Rounds are included by those most recently entered by date. 

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