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  • WWFS
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    The TGN 2020 Fantasy League has again been updated to reflect the new changes to the PGA Tour schedule.

    The next tournament is the Charles Schwab Challenge which is scheduled for June 11th - 14th.

    The PGA Tour has moved the US Open & The Masters out of the 2020 Season and into the 2021 Season. They will still be included in the TGN 2020 League.

    In addition, I will fill the TGN 2020 League with tournaments from the 2021 Season up to and including The Maters.

    The US Open and The Masters are already included, the remaining 2021 tournaments will be added once The Tour finalizes a few details on those tournaments. The dates are currently set, but other details are to follow.

    For the TGN 2020 League, there is a choice to make for the week of September 21st:

    The Ryder Cup
    or
    Corales Puntacana Resort & Club Championship

    I'll leave it up to the members to decide which tournament.

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  • WWFS
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    The TGN 2020 Fantasy League has been updated to reflect the new PGA Tour schedule that was announced today.

    The next tournament is the Charles Schwab Challenge which is scheduled for May 21st - 24th.

    The Fantasy League will run through The Masters (November 12th -15th)

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  • 4underthru9
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    ^^^ Of course sleeping on the job again.
    You were always better at numbers than me.

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  • WWFS
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    Originally posted by 4underthru9 View Post

    How is that numberof points calculated?
    Is it not 600/144=4.16666
    Also has FEDEX or PGA announced that they would use the same method of distribution for the points as the money?
    Your use of 600 as the total points is incorrect. 600 points is the number of points the winner receives. The total FedEx Points awarded for the tournament was set by the Tour at 3376. 143 players put a peg in the ground on Thursday. 3376/143 = 23.6083916. (I rounded the 2nd decimal place)


    I'm still waiting for a definitive answer on FedEx points.

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  • 4underthru9
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    Originally posted by WWFS View Post

    We'll look at the end of the year and see what 23.61 Fedex Cup points would mean to people on the bubble of getting into the playoffs.
    How is that numberof points calculated?
    Is it not 600/144=4.16666
    Also has FEDEX or PGA announced that they would use the same method of distribution for the points as the money?
    Last edited by 4underthru9; Mar 14, 2020, 11:57 AM.

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  • WWFS
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    Originally posted by 4underthru9 View Post
    So at the end of the day every player in the pool this week would get an equal amount which would obviously then be one of their their Muligans, but as stated these events won't count as Muligans, every thing is copacetic.

    I assume that the decision on the Official Money issue might count in fractional decisions about retaining PGA cards and the FEDEX play offs. Highly unlikely but probably some bookmakers would give you odds on it one way or the other.
    We'll look at the end of the year and see what 23.61 Fedex Cup points would mean to people on the bubble of getting into the playoffs.

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  • 4underthru9
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    So at the end of the day every player in the pool this week would get an equal amount which would obviously then be one of their their Muligans, but as stated these events won't count as Muligans, every thing is copacetic.

    I assume that the decision on the Official Money issue might count in fractional decisions about retaining PGA cards and the FEDEX play offs. Highly unlikely but probably some bookmakers would give you odds on it one way or the other.

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  • WWFS
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    Originally posted by jaybee View Post

    Hmm Interesting. Bob Weeks just now on overdrive said that due to completion of the entire first round being played out all participants are paid out, but I do see that 3 players did not finish. Also saw his tweet from earlier this morning so I was just basing off that. Maybe an exception for 1 hole not being played out?

    Bob Weeks

    @BobWeeksTSN
    The players will get an equal share of 50 per cent of the purse as compensation for this week. That is a standard Tour policy.
    8:15 AM Mar 13, 2020Twitter for iPhone
    I'm going off of what I was told last night, and again this morning, by a player, and another player who is on the Players' Advisory Council. My info is now a few hours old, but last I heard, they were "discussing it".

    Also TBD was will it be "Official Money"

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  • jaybee
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    Originally posted by WWFS View Post

    The entire 1st round was not completed by all players.
    Hmm Interesting. Bob Weeks just now on overdrive said that due to completion of the entire first round being played out all participants are paid out, but I do see that 3 players did not finish. Also saw his tweet from earlier this morning so I was just basing off that. Maybe an exception for 1 hole not being played out?

    Bob Weeks

    @BobWeeksTSN
    The players will get an equal share of 50 per cent of the purse as compensation for this week. That is a standard Tour policy.
    8:15 AM Mar 13, 2020Twitter for iPhone

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  • WWFS
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    Originally posted by jaybee View Post

    correct. If any entire first round is completed by all players and the remainder of a tournament is cancelled with no other holes being played by any players, half of the entire pot is distributed among all participants.
    The entire 1st round was not completed by all players.

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  • jaybee
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    Originally posted by vanguard13 View Post

    I think it has...i think! the 7.7 MIL will be distributed evenly which comes out to $52,000 (something like that) each player in the field.
    correct. If any entire first round is completed by all players and the remainder of a tournament is cancelled with no other holes being played by any players, half of the entire pot is distributed among all participants.

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  • WWFS
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    THE PLAYERS thru The Masters have been removed from the TGN 2020 Fantasy League. None of the cancelled tournaments will count as "mulligans".

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  • vanguard13
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    Originally posted by WWFS View Post

    The Tour and the Players' Advisory Board have not come to any agreement yet on what (if any) money will be paid out, either "official" or "unofficial". The best guess is that some money will be paid out, but it will be "unofficial".
    I think it has...i think! the 7.7 MIL will be distributed evenly which comes out to $52,000 (something like that) each player in the field.

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  • WWFS
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    Originally posted by 4underthru9 View Post

    There's a problem with that.
    The Pool Rules are based on Money Won, and nobody has won any money at the Players.
    If they get some sort of payment, yes award that amount. LOL
    The Tour and the Players' Advisory Board have not come to any agreement yet on what (if any) money will be paid out, either "official" or "unofficial". The best guess is that some money will be paid out, but it will be "unofficial".

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  • 4underthru9
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    Originally posted by ChasingPar View Post
    Lest there be an illusion of unanimity, let me just say that my choice would be to use everyone's 1st round scores.
    There's a problem with that.
    The Pool Rules are based on Money Won, and nobody has won any money at the Players.
    If they get some sort of payment, yes award that amount. LOL

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