History of Scoring System on Ladies Pro tour

Some of the dates for these changes are estimates; any exact dates would help

  • Aug 2019: Conversion to standard scoring 2-games to 15, tiebreaker to 11. They become the final major racquetball organization to standardize the scoring on the long-held "amateur" or "international" convention.
  • Sept 2002: Abandoned rally scoring for 2002-03 season, back to "normal" best of five to 11, win by two conventional pro scoring.
  • Aug 2001: Scoring change again: best of five games format, with games played to 15, and scoring on every rally. But no more ping pong
  • Aug 2000: Back to Rally scoring and games to 21, win by 2. "Ping Pong" style serving where each player would serve five times in a row.
  • 1995?: Same best of five to 11, but win by two instead of win by one. Example Score: 5,10,(5),11
  • Fall 1986: Best of five, to 11, win by one. More or less Consistent with the Men's scoring by this point. Example score: 4,(7),7,8
  • Early 1983: Best of five, to 21; rally-scoring. Example score: 13, 17, (14), 18
  • 1982: Slight change to scoring to have the tiebreaker be win by two instead of win by one (no results in DB to support this modification though)
  • 1981: Midway through the season, the scoring was changed again: Scored in two sets of best of five games to 11, single game tiebreaker to 15 win by one; with rally scoring. Example Score: 2-3, 3-2, 15-11.
  • 1980: After the first two events of the season, scoring change: Scored in two sets of best of five games to 11, tiebreaker best of three; with rally scoring. Example score: 3-1, 2-3, 2-1.
  • 1976 est: 3rd game not to 21 but to 11. Believe happened in 1976 along with Men's side.
  • 1975: some qualifying rounds were one game to 31. See Aurora 76.
  • 1974: Original Women's Pro tour Scoring was standard NRC scoring: best 2/3 games to 21, tiebreaker also win by 1. All games win by one. Example score: 18,(15),15