World Sporting Handicap System for Sporting Clay Pigeon
The World Sporting Pro Handicap system is designed to encourage
you to maintain or improve your shooting at each and every event in
order to join the group of prize winners.
World Sporting has something to offer all levels of
shooter that has reached a standard can shoot
to maintain it and win.
The professional who should expect to
shoot 90 + is not
disadvantaged as the High Gun and other First Level
payouts are excluded from handicap scores being added.
And the beginner
who wants to reach the top level
of the sport will benefit from regular prize fund payouts
as they improve.
About the Handicap System
World Sporting has developed a unique handicap
system designed for sporting competition shooters. Shoots can be set
up for 100 or 60 target events and registered shooters will have a
handicap for both. Working on a par system 90 ex 100 is the par for
a 100 target event and shooters scoring 90 or over will be on 0
handicap. On a 60 target event 54 ex 60 is considered the par and
those shooting 54 or over will also be on 0.
Shooters that make 0 handicap will gain
Pro Shot status
and will be guaranteed pre entry to future championship events. All
other shooters are awarded shots to bring them back to the par
figure. For example a shooter with a 70 ex 100 average will be on
+20 for a 100 target shoot. Max handicap for 100 target events is
+30 and +18 for 60 target shoots.
Shooters will use their Handicap to try and get
as high into the 90's for a 100 target shoot to win
or share in the prize fund.
Your First Shoot
If you register at the ground or online with no
scores submitted you will be awarded a handicap for
the day based on unknown stands at your first event.
CPSA members can submit their last two sporting
scores when registering online enabling them to have
a starting handicap. Once you have three scores in
your handicap is a true average and is updated
weekly from your latest three scores.
Registration is free for the shooter,
About Your Registration Number
When you register online or at your first World Sporting shoot
you will receive your unique registration number. You should know
your number when booking on for a shoot.
Your registration number is Ten Digits long. The easy way to
remember your number and book on at shoots is shown in image above.
If your reg number was GB00100201 then you
would book on by using GB1-201
Depending on ground and size of event World Sporting
Shoots use two or three trap sporting stands with
sequence on report
pairs and simultaneous pairs. Grounds may
choose to mix in normal English Sporting stands
dependant on the level of shooters that are likely
to attend their club.
Prize Fund Payout
The prize fund is paid out in two levels plus the
remaining prize fund share and is up to the shoot
organiser how the money or prizes are shared out.
First Level No Handicap added High gun +
Second Level Handicap added High gun +
Prize Fund Share Share of remaining prize
fund across both levels.
Click here to see result sheet example of payout.
One prize per person / all shooters compete in both
levels regardless of handicap.
*Places added on high entry shoots in both levels