Our goal is to matchup players against players with a similar skill level. There is not a perfect way to do this but we feel our process is a big step in the right direction. At our statewide events, players will be placed into a division using a combination of your Scoreholio PPR score and director and/or MCL Corporate knowledge.
If you are registering as a first-time / guest player read below to see where you might stand.
ALL UNKNOWN PLAYERS WITHOUT A PPR WILL START AS “C” Players
● “A” Player – This player can and wants to compete against anyone. This player can execute sliding the bag and airmailing the bag as needed. Player fully understands game strategy and likely plays and practices on a regular basis.
(8.0 and above points per round)
● “B” Player – This player fully understands game strategy but may struggle with consistency. At times, this player looks like they can beat anyone, but then in a subsequent game or frame can struggle. Player is at a high Advanced level and should work towards getting better by challenging “A” level players.
(7.0-7.9 points per round)
● “C” Player – This player has started to develop some consistency when tossing the bag. They have a basic understanding of game strategy but have yet to master all the different types of throws including the airmail shot needed to excel and compete at the higher levels. Player should play Competitive level events knowing that they may struggle at first but work towards getting better.
(6.0-6.9 points per round)
● “D” Player – This player has a feel for the distance needed to toss the bag but is erratic in getting the bag to consistently hit and stay on the board. Typically, this level of player is in the beginning stages of developing a consistent throwing motion that can be repeated. Player should play in the social division and start challenging themselves by playing against Competitive level players.
(0.0-5.9 points per round)
*If you are a registered PRO player with a National Organization, you will automatically be classified as an “A”. You will need to verify with the national organization that you are considered a “PRO” IF you are eligible to play MCL