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Made the Cut! Golf Game
MSBorba
Made the Cut! is a statistically accurate shot by shot simulation of the PGA Tour. Each of the 2019 set golfers are unique and will perform according to various individual golf statistics provided they play a similar golf schedule as in real life. Each golfer was rated for their driving ability, ability to hit greens, short game and putting. The courses have been rated for each round of play and each hole, based on the 2019 statistics. This helps capture easy or tough pin placements; good or bad weather conditions and easy or hard holes in general.

Play a single golfer through his 2019 PGA Tour schedule, maybe just a handful of contenders or all players that Made the Cut! Play only the Majors, a handful of events or the entire season. The 2019 PGA Season Set includes approximately 260 golfers who earned at least a single Fedex point throughout the 2019 season AND played enough holes to record accurate statistics. It also includes courses and tournament information for all 44 events played out each week of the 2019 PGA Season!

The game includes a risk/reward strategy option for the player when taking approach shots to the Green. You can choose to play standard, with no adjustments to the Golfer card or you can choose to Pin Hunt (PH) or Safe Play (SP). PH reduces golfer’s chance to hit the green in regulation, but if they do, the golfer has a greater chance of sinking the putt. However, a missed Green is on the “wrong side", adding pressure to golfer’s Short Game play. On the other hand, a golfer choosing to SP will find it easier to hit the green in regulation, but leave a longer than normal putt. However, a missed Green is on the “right side”, taking pressure away from golfer's
Short Game play.

If you’re interested in purchasing or have any questions/feedback, please reach out to me at msborba@aol.com. Thanks, Miguel

https://drive.google.com/drive/folder...sp=sharing
Edited by MSBorba on 02/21/2020
 
MSBorba
GAME: Made the Cut! Golf Game 2019 PGA Tour

DEMO: https://drive.google.com/drive/...sp=sharing

The first tournament of the 2018-19 PGA Tour schedule is the Safeway Open taking place on OCT 4 - 7 at the Silverado Resort and Spa North in Napa, California with a Purse: $6,400,000 and 500 FEDEX Cup points up for grabs.

144 players entered the tournament and 87 players made the cut at -3. Brandt Snedeker, at -12, leads the field going into the weekend play.

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Round 2

Brandt Snedeker -13

Michael Thompson -10

Ryan Moore -10

Phil Mickelson -10

Sepp Straka -9

Kevin Tway -9

Sungjae Im -9

Seven Golfers -8

The third round course conditions and pin placement predict a tougher round by at least a stroke versus what the players faced in rounds 1 and 2 of 70.42 and 70.61, respectively.

3RD ROUND HIGHLIGHTS:

RICKY BARNES: Entered the 3rd round as one of 7 players 5 strokes behind leader Snedeker, shot a round low -7, 65 with the help of an Eagle on the 537 yard Par 5 5th hole and excellent putting, 27 putts, to lead the tournament going into Round 4 by one stroke over Snedeker. Barnes was 1 of 2 when scrambling from rough and 1 of 1 from bunker, hitting 83.3% of GIR, despite finding the fairway only 50.0% of his drives.

BRANDT SNEDEKER: Shot a -1, 71, but still managed to hold onto a 2nd place spot because of his overnight 4 stroke lead. Snedeker was 0 for 1 when scrambling from rough and 3 of 4 from bunkers, hitting 64.3% of GIR and 81.3% of his drives.

3RD ROUND LOWLIGHTS:

ADAM SCHENK: Began the round at -8, just 5 strokes behind Snedeker, but shot an +8, 80 back to even par for the tournament and take himself completely out of contention. His round was marred by 6 bogies and 1 double bogie, with only 1 of 7 up and down saves, while hitting just 42.9% of GIR, despite 78.6% of his drives.

PHIL MICKELSON: Was just 3 strokes off the leader at -10 entering round 3, but shot a 4 over, 76 to fall 9 strokes off the pace. Mickelson couldn't find the greens all afternoon, only hitting 57.1% of GIR, leading to poor short game play, just 1 of 5 in rough saves and 1 of 3 in bunker saves. Mickelson did find the fairway 76.9% of the time.

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Round 3 REPLAY

AVG Score of 71.64

Ricky Barnes -15

Brandt Snedeker -14

JT Poston -13

Hunter Mahan -12

Alex Prugh -12

Sungjae Im -12

Sepp Straka -12

Michael Thompson -11

Wyndham Clark -10

Seven Golfers -9

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Round 3 ACTUAL

AVG Score of 71.65

Brandt Snedeker -16

Kevin Tway -13

Sungjae Im -12

Bill Haas -11

Aaron Baddely -10

Sam Ryder -10

Chase Wright -10

Adam Schenk -10

Six Golfers -9

The featured pairing for the final round on Sunday will be Ricky Barnes, leading the tournament at -15, 1 stroke over his playing partner Brandt Snedeker. 16 golfers enter the final round within six strokes of the leader.

The final round course conditions, with traditionally tougher pin placements, predicts yet again a tougher round by at least a stroke over what the players faced in round 3.

Can Barnes hold off Snedeker and other challengers to win the inaugural tournament of the season or will he falter with the pressure? How much ground will Kevin Tway, winner of the actual tournament, make up, beginning the final round at -8, 7 strokes behind Barnes, but more importantly with 26 golfers in between himself and the leader?

Stay tuned for results from the final round!
 
MSBorba
Everyone,

I have received some excellent feedback from the community, so have added two new features to the Made the Cut! Golf Game
The new version of Made the Cut! includes a risk/reward strategy option for the player when taking approach shots to the Green. You can choose to play standard, with no adjustments to the Golfer card or you can choose to Pin Hunt (PH) or Safe Play (SP). PH reduces golfer’s chance to hit the green in regulation, but if they do, the golfer has a greater chance of sinking the putt. However, a missed Green is on the “wrong side", adding pressure to golfer’s Short Game play. On the other hand, a golfer choosing to SP will find it easier to hit the green in regulation, but leave a longer than normal putt. However, a missed Green is on the “right side”, taking pressure away from golfer's Short Game play.

Note, if a combination of PH/SP strategies were used for all 18 holes, the golfer would record a higher score versus playing the entire round Standard. There will be times in a Match Play event, at end of tournament when golfer needs to make something happen, when avoiding a large number is preferable to taking the chance with a Standard approach, etc. when playing these strategies are preferable.

The second change helps with immersion of the game play, but does not impact the statistical integrity of the game. Instead of a straight percentage roll to see if a golfer Goes for the Green? for Par 5's, now the result of the Par 5 Tee shot is significant. Hit the Fairway, most golfer's automatically go for the green. Miss the Fairway, only some golfers will still attempt the shot to the Green. An added benefit of this change is less die rolls : )

The two new files have been uploaded to the Google Docs DEMO site: Rule book and Player cards:

https://drive.google.com/drive/folder...sp=sharing

Always looking for feedback! Enjoy the game!
Miguel
 
MSBorba
Made the Cut! Golf Game Safeway Open

DEMO: https://drive.google.com/drive/folder...sp=sharing

The first tournament of the 2018-19 PGA Tour schedule is the Safeway Open taking place on OCT 4 - 7 at the Silverado Resort and Spa North in Napa, California with a Purse: $6,400,000 and 500 FEDEX Cup points up for grabs.

Will the tournament champion come from the final pairing of Ricky Barnes (-15) and Brandt Snedeker (-14)? Or will another golfer further down the leaderboard shoot a great round to win the tournament?

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Round 3
Ricky Barnes -15
Brandt Snedeker -14
JT Poston -13
Hunter Mahan -12
Alex Prugh -12
Sungjae Im -12
Sepp Straka -12
Michael Thompson -11
Wyndham Clark -10
Seven Golfers -9

The final round course conditions, with traditionally tougher pin placements, predicts yet again a tougher round by at least a stroke over what the players faced in round 3.

FINAL ROUND HIGHLIGHTS:

SUNGJAE IM entered the final round play at -12, 3 shots behind 3rd round leader Ricky Barnes (-15) and became the first Champion of the season by shooting a fantastic 6 under par 66 to record a tournament winning 18 under par, 3 strokes over 2nd place Hunter Mahan. His play included a round low 26 putts with 7 birdies and 1 bogie, hitting 71.4% of Fairways and 66.7% of Greens. He was 5 for 6 in Short Game up and down play.

JHONATTAN VEGAS shot a final round low score of 66, to move up from 56th entering the final round to a Top 10 position! His round included just 26 putts, 8 birdies and 1 bogie, hitting 78.6% of Fairways and 83.3% of Greens. He was 2 for 3 in Short Game up and down play.

FINAL ROUND LOWLIGHTS:

RICKY BARNES: Entered the final round in the tournament lead at -15, but shot a final round 2 over par 74 to finish tied for 4th. He was only 3 of 7 in Short Game up and down play, hitting only 42.9% of Fairways and 61.1% of Greens. He recorded 31 putts for the round with 2 birdies and 4 bogies.

BRANDT SNEDEKER: In the final pairing, but shot a 1 over par 73 to finish tied for 4th. He hit 78.6% of Fairways, but only 50.0% of Greens. Despite the poor iron play, his Short Game play and putting was very good, 7 of 8 up and downs and only 27 putts.

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Final Round REPLAY
AVG Score of 72.56
Sungjae Im -18
Hunter Mahan -15
JT Poston -14
Ricky Barnes -13
Brandt Snedeker -13
Michael Thompson -13
Cameron Davis -12
Wyndham Clark -12
Alex Prugh -12
Two Golfers -11

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Final Round ACTUAL
AVG Score of 72.74
Kevin Tway -14 (winner)
Brandt Snedeker -14
Ryan Moore -14
Aaron Baddely -13
Sungjae Im -13
Sam Ryder -13
Luke List -13
Troy Merritt -13
J.B. Holmes -11
Four Golfers -10
 
MSBorba
GAME: Made the Cut! Golf Game 2019 PGA Tour

DEMO: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1P4vp...sp=sharing

The 2nd tournament of the 2018-19 PGA Tour schedule is the CIMB Classic taking place on OCT 11 - 14 at the TPC Kuala Lumpur in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with a Purse: $7,000,000 and 500 FEDEX Cup points up for grabs.

Year to date FEDEX Top 10:

500 Sungjae Im
300 Hunter Mahan
190 JT Poston
115 Ricky Barnes
115 Brandt Snedeker
115 Michael Thompson
85 Cameron Davis
85 Wyndham Clark
85 Alex Prugh
72.5 Two Golfers

78 players entered the tournament with no cut. Marc Leishman and Gary Woodland, at -14, share the lead into the weekend play.

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Round 2
-14 Marc Leishman
-14 Gary Woodland
-13 Paul Casey
-13 Bronson Burgoon
-12 Austin Cook
-12 Scott Piercy
-11 Nick Watney
-10 Five Golfers

The third round course conditions and pin placement predict an even easier course over what the players faced in rounds 1 and 2 of 69.82 and 69.44, respectively.

3RD ROUND HIGHLIGHTS:

BYEONG HUN AN: Matched Gary Woodland's 2nd round tournament low score of 61 to move up from 42nd entering round 3 to 2nd place at -19, a single stroke behind 3rd round leader Paul Casey at -20. Hun An was 3 of 3 when scrambling from rough and 0 of 1 from bunker, hitting 77.8% of GIR and 61.5% of Fairways. His round included 12 birdies and just a single bogie.

PAUL CASEY: Casey shot a -7, 65 to move into the tournament lead entering the final round. Casey was 1 for 3 when scrambling from rough, but managed to hit 83.3% of GIR and 92.9% of his drives.

3RD ROUND LOWLIGHTS:

GARY WOODLAND: Overnight Co-Leader Woodland struggled all day, shooting a 2 over par 74. Woodland was 4 of 8 in up and down saves, while hitting just 50.0% of GIR and 76.9% of drives. Woodland enters the final round tied for 10th at -10.

AUSTIN COOK: Was just 2 strokes off the leader entering round 3, but shot a 3 over, 75 to fall 11 strokes off the pace. Cook couldn't find the greens all afternoon, only hitting 55.6% of GIR, leading to poor short game play, just 2 of 8. Cook did find the fairway 78.6% of the time.

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Round 3 REPLAY AVG Score of 68.97
-20 Paul Casey
-19 Byeong Hun An
-18 Charles Howell III
-17 Marc Leishman
-17 J.B. Holmes
-17 Louis Oosthuizen
-16 Nick Watney
-13 Ryan Palmer
-13 Si Woo Kim
-12 Six Golfers

TOP TEN LEADERBOARD after Round 3 ACTUAL AVG Score of 69.21
-19 Marc Leishman
-19 Gary Woodland
-17 Bronson Burgoon
-17 Louis Oosthuizen
-16 Austin Cook
-15 Six Golfers

The featured pairing for the final round on Sunday will be Paul Casey, leading the tournament at -20 and Byeong Hun An, 1 stroke back at -19.

The final round course conditions, predicts yet again an easier course over what the players faced in round 3.

Can Paul Casey hold off Hun An and other challengers to win the 2nd tournament of the season or will he falter under pressure? Will history repeat itself and see Marc Leishman, actual tournament winner, also be crowned the replay champion at TPC Kuala Lumpur?

Stay tuned for results from the final round!
Edited by MSBorba on 02/27/2020
 
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