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About the World Handicap System

The World Handicap System has beens designed to welcome more players, to make golf easier to understand and to give all golfers a handicap which is portable all around the globe. It will replace the six different systems currently used by over 15 million golfers in more than 80 countries.

It has been developed by The R&A and The United States Golf Association (USGA), supported by the world’s handicapping authorities, including CONGU, which represents the four home countries of Great Britain and Ireland.

All of the following organizations have provided their support to this important initiative and played their part in establishing the key principles, which shaped the proposals and drove forward the initiative to the point where a new World Handicap System can be introduced to the golfing world in 2020.

What will the WHS mean to you, the player?

Abnormal Weather & Course Conditions

Frequency of handicap Update

Maximum Scores for Partners

Playing Handicap

Course & Slope Rating

Acceptable Scores

Basis of Handicap

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