If two or more players have the same score, then the tie break rules are applied.

**You can easily check why someone has been placed above you by selecting the "=" symbol that appears on the leaderboard.**

The tie breaker rules for each round are as follows:

**Qualification round**

Rule 1 – Number of completed tournament matches. The more matches completed during qualification the better.

Rule 2 - Number of 'Impressive Scores'. We will compare the number of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies and then Pars that each player scored in the Qualification Round.

Players that are still tied after these rules will share the position.

**Opening Round**

Rule 1 – Qualifying Round scores will be compared - lower the better.

Rule 2 - Number of completed tournament matches. The more matches completed during the tournament the better.

Rule 3 - Number of 'Impressive Scores'. We will compare the number of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies and then Pars that each player scored in the Opening Round.

Rule 4 - Number of 'Impressive Scores'. We will compare the number of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies and then Pars that each player scored in the Qualification Round.

Players that are still tied after these rules will share the position.

**Weekend Round**

Rule 1 – Opening Round scores will be compared - lower the better.

Rule 2 – Qualifying Round scores will be compared - lower the better.

Rule 3 - Number of completed tournament matches. The more matches completed during the tournament the better.

Rule 4 - Number of 'Impressive Scores'. We will compare the number of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies and then Pars that each player scored in the Weekend Round.

Rule 5 - Number of 'Impressive Scores'. We will compare the number of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies and then Pars that each player scored in the Opening Round.

Rule 6 - Number of 'Impressive Scores'. We will compare the number of Albatrosses, then Eagles, then Birdies and then Pars that each player scored in the Qualification Round.

Players that are still tied after these rules will share the position and will receive the same prize.