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Golf's governing bodies USGA and R&A announce the first update to the World Handicap System.
Gemma Hunter, the Head of Handicapping and Course Rating at England Golf, believes the World Handicap System has been successful since it was introduced in November 2020.
We wanted to ask our readers if the World Handicap System has been a success or a failure since it was first rolled out in 2020.
Relief from divots in the fairway? Making the hole bigger? If you could change one thing about golf, what would it be?
Golfers who are not members of English golf clubs will be able to have an official handicap through the use of a subscription scheme.
The World Handicap System was launched in 2020 and the England Golf app accompanied it in November of the same year.
The World Handicap System was launched on November 2nd and England Golf have received an incredible number of emails with questions from golf club members.
The new function is ‘live’ and available to all members of affiliated golf clubs in England who hold a World Handicap System (WHS) Handicap Index.
Are you aware of the new procedures for general play scores ahead of golf's return in England on March 29?
The new England Golf app will enable golfers to track their Handicap Index, scoring record and calculate Course Handicap.
Golfers have been debating the new WHS, which came into play in Great Britain on Monday.
The World Handicap System (WHS) comes into effect today for golfers in Great Britain and Ireland.
The new World Handicap System comes into play in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland on November 2, so make sure you know how it will impact you.
England Golf updates World Handicap System toolkit for clubs ahead of November launch date.
WHS takes 6 handicapping systems and aligns them under a single system.