## How are player ratings calculated?

How are player ratings calculated? All rated rounds you have played and have been reported to the PDGA within 12 months of your most recently rated round will be included in the calculation.

## How do you calculate disc golf scores?

To calculate a rating for a round of disc golf, use the PDGA calculation of stroke value for that round. The PDGA will assign a course score that equals a 1000 rated round. If shooting over the course score, multiply the number of strokes over by the value of a stroke, and subtract from 1000.

## What is a round rating in disc golf?

A round rating is disc golf is a rating system used by the PDGA (Professional Disc Golf Association) in their sanctioned tournament events to give an objective rating that measures the skill level of a player. The average of the round ratings will give each participant a player rating.

## How do I calculate my PDGA round rating?

The PDGA will assign a course score that equals a 1000 rated round. If shooting over the course score, multiply the number of strokes over by the value of a stroke, and subtract from 1000. Add the number to 1000 if shooting under the course score. Below I’ll explain what a round rating and a player rating are and how you can calculate your rating.