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Posted - 18 March 2017 09:53
Yes. Loads of room for improvement.

Feel sorry for those at the top
Posted - 18 March 2017 09:54
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Low handicap increases chance of winning competitions too
Posted - 18 March 2017 10:17
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Are all the hours alone in your bedroom playing Super Mario Kart finally paying off for you?
Posted - 18 March 2017 13:28
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It's all well and good, although I'm not sure what Hyoo does with gloryholes counts as a sport.
Posted - 18 March 2017 15:42
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It just means you're a far baby, doesn't it?
Posted - 18 March 2017 21:21
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Say 75m tennis players. So that's about five million better than you?

Posted - 19 March 2017 10:18
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Pretty pointless without telling us the sport so we can judge how seriously the 'thousands of amateurs' might be taking it and how level the playing field is for you.

If you are top 3% in a sport where the majority of the other players are roughly your age and fitness and spent about as much time playing it as you do that is very good.

Not so much if it's top 3% times in local fun runs or top 3% of people who play chess...or if you're 25 and playing in a squash league or at a golf club full of desperate 50 year old bankers clinging to their youth,,,
Posted - 19 March 2017 15:03
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[pedant]Being 'in the 93.4th percentile' is meaningless.

In a distribution there are 100 percentiles. One could be in the 93rd or the 94th, not the 93.4th.

Presumably OP meant being in the 934 permillile. [/pedant]