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Amateur, Normal
On Thursday 23 January 2014, Golf Australia brought into effect a series of major changes to the GA Handicap System.
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to view the details of these changes.
G.A. Handicap
(Women's)
20.4
Capped
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128 – Royal Melbourne Composite Course (Men’s Blue Tees)
138 – Royal Melbourne Composite Course (Women’s Red Tees)
132 – The Old Course at St Andrews (Men’s White Tees), Scotland
138 – The Old Course at St Andrews (Women’s Red Tees), Scotland
145 – Pebble Beach (Men’s Black Tees), USA
129 – Pebble Beach (Women’s Red Tees), USA
147 – Valderrama, (Men’s Professional Tees), Spain
142 – Valderrama, (Women’s Professional Tees), Spain
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Round Details
1.
22/11/2014, Orange, Comp (Stroke)
37
69
72
124
72
22
93
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
21.9
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated
20.4
2.
19/11/2014, Wentworth GC, Comp (Stroke)
35
70
72
122
72
22
95
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
23.2
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated
20.4
3.
12/11/2014, Wentworth GC, Comp (Stableford)
31
69
72
122
72
22
99
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
27.8
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
4.
29/10/2014, Wentworth GC, Comp (Stableford)
34
70
72
122
72
22
96
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
24.1
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated
20.4
5.
25/10/2014, Orange, Comp (Stroke)
32
69
72
124
72
22
98
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
26.4
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
6.
22/10/2014, Wentworth GC, Comp (Stroke)
33
70
72
122
72
22
97
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
25.0
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
7.
18/10/2014, Orange, Comp (Stroke)
35
70
72
124
72
22
95
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
22.8
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated
20.4
8.
11/10/2014, Orange, Comp (Stableford)
40
69
72
124
72
22
90
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
19.1
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated
20.4
9.
01/10/2014, Wentworth GC, Comp (Stroke)
34
71
72
122
72
22
96
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
23.2
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated
20.4
10.
24/09/2014, Wentworth GC, Comp (Stableford)
33
69
72
122
72
22
97
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
25.9
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
11.
20/09/2014, Orange, Comp (Stableford)
35
70
72
124
72
22
95
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
22.8
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated
20.4
12.
13/09/2014, Orange, Comp (Stroke)
30
71
72
124
72
22
100
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
26.4
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
13.
11/09/2014, Canowindra GC, Comp (Stroke)
29
71
73
123
72
22
101
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
27.6
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
14.
06/09/2014, Orange, Comp (Stroke)
31
70
72
124
72
22
99
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
26.4
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
15.
04/09/2014, Manildra GC, Comp (Stableford)
25
67
67
111
68
20
99
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
32.6
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
16.
30/08/2014, Orange, Comp (Stroke)
28
72
72
124
72
22
102
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
27.3
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
17.
27/08/2014, Wentworth GC, Comp (Stableford)
27
73
72
122
72
22
103
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
27.8
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
18.
20/08/2014, Wentworth GC, Comp (Stroke)
29
74
72
122
72
22
101
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
25.0
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
19.
10/08/2014, Condobolin GC, Comp (Stableford)
27
71
73
115
73
21
103
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
31.4
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
20.4
20.
09/08/2014, Orange, Comp (Stableford)
35
73
72
124
72
22
95
In Stroke or Stableford, the value in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column is the player’s gross score adjusted to no more than 2 over net par for any hole.
In a Par event, the player’s result is converted by GOLF Link to a Stableford score by adding 36; the ‘Adjusted Gross’ value is then extracted from the converted Stableford score.
20.0
The first step in determining a ‘Played To’ value is to subtract the number in the ‘DSR’ column (or the number in the ‘Scratch Rating’ column if the round wasn’t eligible to have a DSR determined for it) from the number in the ‘Adjusted Gross’ column.
We then divide the result by the Slope Rating of the tees from which the round was played and multiply by 113 (113 is the neutral Slope Rating).
[The purpose of the Slope calculation at the end is to standardise your score – it enables us to properly compare a score made on an easy course with a score made on a hard course.]
This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated
20.4
Cap Regulation
Your Cap Point is the best GA Handicap you have achieved during the 12-month period that preceded your most recent round (except that a handicap calculated prior to 23 January 2014 is not eligible to be a Cap Point). When your NEXT round is processed through GOLF Link, the GA Handicap that will be calculated for you will not be permitted to be more than 5 strokes above your current Cap Point.
NOTE: EVERY PLAYER’S CAP POINT WAS RESET ON THE DAY THE NEW HANDICAP SYSTEM WAS INTRODUCED (23/1/2014). THIS IS BECAUSE HANDICAPS CALCULATED UNDER THE OLD SYSTEM CAN NOT BE DIRECTLY COMPARED TO G.A. HANDICAPS CALCULATED UNDER THE NEW SYSTEM. EVERY PLAYER'S CAP POINT ON 23/1/2014 WAS THEIR NEW G.A. HANDICAP AT THE TIME THE NEW SYSTEM WENT LIVE.
Cap Point to be considered when your GA Handicap is NEXT recalculated.
15.4
12/03/14