golf scores

borggren

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We have a golf group of 20 golfers that that play skins. A skin is the person who has the lowest score (including their handicap)of a hole and no other score ties then or is lower.We are trying to set up a spread sheet that will show all the scores of each golfer hole by hole including their handicaps for each hole and then hy-lite the low score for that hole if there are no ties.Is this possible?

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Are you doing this by handicap? Or gross scores?

On 2002-09-09 11:49, Brian from Maui wrote:
Are you doing this by handicap? Or gross scores?
by handicap

Mark W
I tried the formula you suggested but I not sure I'm doing it right. Could you show me an example and explain.
On 2002-09-10 10:29, borggren wrote:
On 2002-09-09 12:04, Brian from Maui wrote:
Well, this takes care AFTER you deduct the handicap. I have a formula for no more than 18 strokes.

This is courtesy of Mark W.

http://www.mrexcel.com/board/viewtopic.php?topic=1753&forum=2

using conditional formatting
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It works!

Say your scores are in A1:R20, highlight the range, go to Format/Conditional Formatting/Formula Is (copy and paste) the formula, click Pattern/select a color, click OK OK.

To test it enter some numbers in the range

On 2002-09-10 10:51, Brian from Maui wrote:
It works!

Say your scores are in A1:R20, highlight the range, go to Format/Conditional Formatting/Formula Is (copy and paste) the formula, click Pattern/select a color, click OK OK.

To test it enter some numbers in the range

Thanks for the clarification, you're right it works!
On 2002-09-10 11:38, borggren wrote:
On 2002-09-10 10:51, Brian from Maui wrote:
It works!

Say your scores are in A1:R20, highlight the range, go to Format/Conditional Formatting/Formula Is (copy and paste) the formula, click Pattern/select a color, click OK OK.

To test it enter some numbers in the range
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Just curious, what's the formula you use to deduct handicap strokes?

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