Many Ballers think that they are not good enough to be competitive at the Centurion BallOfSpray Cash Prize
and that is a TOTAL misunderstanding of the format. These events are designed to give EVERYONE a chance to win. These events are designed to be fun for everyone and to be the antidote to water ski tournaments that SUCK
Here is how it works:
If you are one of the best 16 skiers in the event you will end up in the Head to Head final and will compete for $3K in prize money. If you are one of those skiers you know how it works. Send me your entry.
If you are not one of the 16 top skiers - you will ski in a handicap final with $3k in prize money. A 22 off skier has as much more chance to win the handicap final as a 38 off skier. In the case of a 22 off skier vs a 38 off skier – the 22 off skier only has to run ¼ ball over their average to beat a 38 off skier who does the same.
Example: Your average is 78 balls (6 @ 22 off) and my average is 102 (6 @ 38 off*). If you run 1.25 at 28 off and I run 1 at 39 you beat me. There is a slight weighting in the tables so if skiers tie the skier with the higher average wins but not by much. (the original tables from last year had a different weighting – I have leveled it out a lot more)
A few more things about the handicap round. Chances are there will not be any skiers with an average into 38 in the handicap round. Skiers with lower averages generally have a better chance of busting out a big score and winning it all.Official Rules Here
(*this is not my average at the moment but it is a nice round number for the example)