Short Croquet Handicapping
Short Croquet handicaps are based upon each player's Association Croquet handicap. When a player does not have an Association Croquet handicap, the Club Handicapper must decide. In the absence of a Club Handicapper, contact a nearby CA Handicapper.
|Relationship between Association and Short Croquet handicaps|
|-3 to -1||3 peels||8 to 9||3|
|-0.5 to 0.5||2 peels||10 to 11||3.5|
|1 to 1.5||1 Peel||12 to 13||4|
|2 to 2.5||0||14 to 15||5|
|3 to 3.5||0.5||16 to 17||6|
|4 to 4.5||1||18 to 19||7|
|5||1.5||20 to 21||8|
|6||2||22 to 23||9|
Automatic Handicapping System for Short Croquet
Where players play only short croquet, an automatic system may be used to vary their handicaps:
|Automatic Handicapping Trigger Points for Short Croquet|
All handicap games are 14-point full bisque. The winner's index increases by one, the loser's index decreases by one.