NEW WORLD GOLF HANDICAPS! ARE THEY ALL WRONG?




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SO ME AND EBAY PETE HAVE BOTH RECEIVED OUR NEW GOLF HANDICAPS! UNDER THE NEW WORLD HANDICAP SYSTEM BOTH ME AND EBAY PETE (I WAS PREVIOUSLY A 7 HANDICAP GOLFER AND EBAY PETE WAS A 15 HANDICAP GOLFER) WE HAVE BOTH BEEN GIVEN A NEW GOLF HANDICAP! WE ARE PLAYING AT HOLYHEAD GOLF CLUB WHO WERE KIND ENOUGH TO PUT US UP FOR A FEW DAYS IN ONE OF THEIR APARTMENTS, LINKS BELOW!

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The new World Handicap System (WHS) is designed to be more inclusive, accessible and to make golf easier to understand for all.

The WHS incorporates the Rules of Handicapping and the Course Rating System, (a consistent method to calculate a golf courses difficulty), to successfully determine a golfer’s Handicap Index.

The system, which comes into effect on 2 November 2020 will replace the six different systems currently used by over 15 million golfers, in more than 80 countries, to unify all golfers across the world.

Why has the WHS been created? (week 1)
With golf being centred around one standard set of rules governed by The R&A and USGA, it makes sense to unify the previous six different handicapping systems, making for a more inclusive and equitable sport.

The WHS was therefore developed with consideration given to club golfers who play both sporadically and more regularly.

With all golfers only initially required to submit scorecards for 54 holes to acquire a Handicap Index, the new WHS is less formidable for new players.

How does the WHS work? (week 2)
For golfers in England, calculating a new Handicap Index will be front of mind when
adopting the WHS. The process will begin in the same way throughout the world –
by accurately measuring a player’s golfing ability.

From this they will be provided an initial Handicap Index. After a player has
achieved 20 scores, a ‘fully developed’ Handicap Index can be calculated to provide
the most accurate representation of a player’s ability.

To ensure a player has only one Handicap Index, the golfer will nominate a
home club. The home club is determined by the player, but for practicality it is
recommended this is where the player typically submits the most of their scores.

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