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G.A. Handicap 13.7
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Adjusted
Gross
Played to New G.A.
Handicap
Round  1
Handicapping
Score
24
DSR72
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
15

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.

Adjusted
gross
97

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.]

Played to 22.2
New G.A.
HANDICAP
13.7
Round  2
Handicapping
Score
33
DSR73
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
16

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.

Adjusted
gross
89

This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated. 

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.]

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.]

Played to 14.2
New G.A.
HANDICAP
13.7
Round  3
Handicapping
Score
25
DSR67
Scratch
rating
67
Slope Rating119
Par 70
Daily
handicap
15

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.

Adjusted
gross
96

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.]

Played to 27.5
New G.A.
HANDICAP
14.0
Round  4
Handicapping
Score
23
DSR71
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating128
Par 70
Daily
handicap
16

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.

Adjusted
gross
99

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.]

Played to 24.7
New G.A.
HANDICAP
13.8
Round  5
Handicapping
Score
26
DSR72
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
16

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.

Adjusted
gross
96

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.]

Played to 21.4
New G.A.
HANDICAP
13.8
Round  6
Handicapping
Score
34
DSR71
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
16

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.

Adjusted
gross
88

This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated. 

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.]

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.]

Played to 15.1
New G.A.
HANDICAP
13.8
Round  7
Handicapping
Score
27
DSR71
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
16

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.

Adjusted
gross
95

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.]

Played to 21.4
New G.A.
HANDICAP
13.9
Round  8
Handicapping
Score
39
DSR69
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
16

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.

Adjusted
gross
83

This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated. 

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.]

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.]

Played to 12.5
New G.A.
HANDICAP
13.9
Round  9
Handicapping
Score
36
DSR71
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating128
Par 70
Daily
handicap
17

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.

Adjusted
gross
87

This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated. 

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.]

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.]

Played to 14.1
New G.A.
HANDICAP
14.4
Round  10
Handicapping
Score
28
DSR70
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
17

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.

Adjusted
gross
95

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.]

Played to 22.2
New G.A.
HANDICAP
14.7
Round  11
Handicapping
Score
38
DSR69
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
17

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.

Adjusted
gross
85

This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated. 

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.]

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.]

Played to 14.2
New G.A.
HANDICAP
14.7
Round  12
Handicapping
Score
36
DSR68
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
16

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.

Adjusted
gross
86

This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated. 

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.]

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.]

Played to 16.0
New G.A.
HANDICAP
15.1
Round  13
Handicapping
Score
34
DSR70
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
16

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.

Adjusted
gross
88

This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated. 

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.]

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.]

Played to 16.0
New G.A.
HANDICAP
14.4
Round  14
Handicapping
Score
36
DSR69
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
17

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.

Adjusted
gross
87

This round was one of the best 8 rounds from which your rolling average is calculated. 

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.]

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.]

Played to 16.0
New G.A.
HANDICAP
14.6
Round  15
Handicapping
Score
N/A
DSR70
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating128
Par 70
Daily
handicap
17

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.

Adjusted
gross
N/A

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.]

Played to 30.3
New G.A.
HANDICAP
15.0
Round  16
Handicapping
Score
34
DSR70
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
17

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.

Adjusted
gross
89

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.]

Played to 16.9
New G.A.
HANDICAP
15.0
Round  17
Handicapping
Score
28
DSR71
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating127
Par 70
Daily
handicap
17

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.

Adjusted
gross
95

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.]

Played to 21.4
New G.A.
HANDICAP
15.3
Round  18
Handicapping
Score
35
DSR69
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating128
Par 70
Daily
handicap
18

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.

Adjusted
gross
89

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.]

Played to 17.7
New G.A.
HANDICAP
15.3
Round  19
Handicapping
Score
28
DSR69
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating128
Par 70
Daily
handicap
18

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.

Adjusted
gross
96

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.]

Played to 23.8
New G.A.
HANDICAP
15.5
Round  20
Handicapping
Score
25
DSR71
Scratch
rating
71
Slope Rating128
Par 70
Daily
handicap
17

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.

Adjusted
gross
98

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.]

Played to 23.8
New G.A.
HANDICAP
15.5
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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 GA Handicaps calculated under the new system. Every player's cap point on 23/1/2014 was their new GA Handicap at the time the new system went live.

Cap Point to be considered when your G.A. Handicap is NEXT recalculated.
13.7 05/03/2015
Highest handicap the Cap regulation will permit you to hold after your G.A. Handicap is NEXT recalculated.
18.7
  • No Score - Not Approved
  • Disqualified with a Score
  • No Score - Approved
  • Illegitimate Score
  • Official Adjustment
  • Adjustment under previous Regulations (now redundant)
  • Top Eight Score
  • New GA Handicap was Capped
  • ‘Played To’ values are limited to 40.0 for men and 50.0 for women
  • 9-hole score: To be added to the player’s next 9-hole score to form an 18-hole score for handicapping.
  • Expired 9-hole score: No further 9-hole scores were added to the player’s Golf Link record before this round became older than the player’s 20th most recent score.

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