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Congrats to @Joe_S (NET & GROSS) winning the TGC1 2020 SUMMER TOUR - Scotish Open!

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TGC 2020 SUMMER TOUR - Scotish Open

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  • TGC 2020 SUMMER TOUR - Scotish Open

    TOUR CHALLENGE
    2 rounds at Sunningdale (old course) sun
    Scotish-Open
    RULES
    Gimme : within 2 yards / 1.8 meters
    Handicap : Not required
    Wind: OFF
    Green Grid : ON
    Club Suggestion is ENABLED.
    Boost: OFF (+/-5% max on club settings)

    The Scotish Open runs from TODAY - May 24.

    Purse: $12,000,000

    HOW TO PLAY
    From the main menu select PLAY -> PLAY TOURNAMENT -> ALL TOURNAMENTS -> SET FILTER TO PUBLIC COMPETITIONS

    You can play by yourself, offline with friends or ghost players or online.

    Please turn on Shot Recording! Instructions on how to setup Shot Recording:
    https://golfsimulatorforum.com/forum...shot-recording

    Tournament Rules:
    https://golfsimulatorforum.com/forum...650-tour-rules

    Join our Discord server to stay in touch with fellow players:
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    GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

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    NET LEADERBOARD
    GROSS LEADERBOARD

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    • #3
      Very nice course, tricky fast greens. Strange choice a course in Berkshire for the Scotish Open?

      Keep up the good work with the Tournements, I look forward to these evey Week

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      • #4
        Exactly, I checked Google maps and its just out of London. Looks like it has 2 courses, the old and the new.
        Each costing 275 pounds per round as of June 2020.


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        • #5
          These types of courses with the heavy shading and darker tones definitely tell me I need a brighter projector. Heavily relied on my laptop these rounds. Nice course though.

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          • #6
            True, the canadian open a lot brighter than the scottish on my setup. I have cheapy projector.

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            • #7
              I changed the time of day in the setting to after mid day & this made it a bit brighter, if its set to early morning lots of shadows

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              • #8
                I will recheck to what setting i was using, As my build is still a work in progress, currently adding side and ceilng protection, at the moment my walls and ceiling are all white including behind my screen. i am interested to see how much difference the image will become once the surroundings are all black.

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                • #9
                  I am using a 15 year old Mitsubishi DLP with 1500 lumens. It is set about 14 feet back in order to fill the screen so definitely not the brightest. It looks pretty good for what it is but I decided to use my old PJ for now until I see how often I play. It turns out I play a lot so will likely find a short throw PJ in the near future.

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