Originally Posted by mikewills8904
how does handicapping the top shots improve anyone .
I can see how it might work.
Take our own Wafta Winter final thing.
Most shooters in our region are B class or "real" A Class. We dont have many AA class in wafta and they are classed as A for regional.
So come our final and C,B, A shooters are thinking oh well, Berty is going to win it.
However, with a handicap system the lower scorers have a chance, so they have something to aim for?
However, It dont work for me. I dont ike the points system either, i prefere number of targets hit as thats what the game is about. Thus i would have said Neil won.
To the rest of the shooters, you need to improve. Its what i have been trying to do for the last 5 years.
So, i guess the choice is not to enter the Castle handicap system if you thinks its not working, which is what i would probably do at this point?