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A score may not be valid for Handicap purposes during the winter months, even if weather makes it possible for a golf course to be open. Here's why.
What if you're playing in the better-ball format, and pick up on several holes? You can still post your score for Handicap purposes.
How are holes ranked for Handicap purposes? This article provides a step-by-step explanation
Peer review is a critical aspect of the USGA Handicap System. Learn more here.
Read why it's important to post the score of every completed round for Handicap purposes.
It's getting easier and easier to establish and maintain a Handicap Index.
What does it mean to "play to your Handicap?" There are several factors to consider.
Can you take part in a match with a player who does not have a Handicap Index? You can. Here's how.
With a group of friends and a proper set of by-laws, you can start your own golf club and issue and maintain Handicap Indexes.
Golfers who choose to play from different tees can still take a part in a match with one another. Learn how.
Don't let your busy schedule preclude you from keeping a Handicap Index. It's easy to post nine-hole scores.
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