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Do you mean a 36 handicap? If so you would get 2 extra points per hole.

Playing off scratch in a Stableford Competition you would get two points per hole if you completed the hole in par, one over par you would get 1 point.

So a player with a 36 handicap would get four points for each hole you completed in par. For a Bogey on any hole you would get 3 points and for a Birdie you would get 5 points. The Rules on Stableford are readily available from your Golf Club Professional.

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