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Discussion: What is my rating?

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July 26, 2023
Biffer67
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What is my rating?
My birthdate is 4/17/1949. For the past 2 seasons I have played with the El Paso Bad Boys - 60AA. What is my rating if I go to a 70 or 75 team? Thanks very much Steve Schiller
July 26, 2023
Bruce M
Men's 55
122 posts
Hi Steve - if you contact SSUSA, they will give the the definitive answer. I think it depends on the rating of the 70s or 75 team you join. For example, if you join a 70 major team and play 1 qualifier, you become a major player. If you are currently a 60 AA player and join a team that is 70 AA, you maintain the same rating. I'm certainly not the expert, so I would advise contacting SSUSA. You can give them a call or write to them.
July 27, 2023
Biffer67
10 posts
Bruce, thanks very much. I will call them. Have a nice day.
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