How does the World Handicap System work?
In order for the World Handicap System to work, golfers will need to obtain a Handicap Index.
For regular golfers, this will be done by:
Calculating the best eight scores from the previous 20 rounds
For new golfers, they will have to:
Submit scorecards of 54 holes (3x 18 holes, 6x 9 holes or any combination of 9 and 18 holes) to their golf club’s Handicap Committee
To ensure a player has only one Handicap Index, golfers will nominate a home club.
Please refer to the new sub-item on the menu under the Members tag for the latest developments in Covid19 rules
As there are no score cards available from the shop please download one from
P.S. It appears upside down for obvious reasons ….. no, I couldn’t think of them either.
As detailed in the email sent out on Thursday, the Warren opened on Friday but games must be pre-booked and paid for either on-line or by telephone to the shop (the latter has not been tested but we have word-of-mouth assurance that it is the case). As is our tradition it would be good to try to book a tee-time on Mondays or Thursdays, with the chance of seeing other Warren Ladies on the course (and waving?). However this may become more difficult as the weather warms up again, and you are obviously free to get whatever tee time is available.
Until the various restrictions are lifted we can have ‘summer eclectic’ games (or whatever you fancy actually!) but we hope to be able to have competitions in the near future.
Have fun – it’s great out there, even last Friday in the gale (plus rain and the odd hailstone).
I’ve left the events on so you know what you’re missing – sorry. True reason, it’s too depressing cancelling them all! Stay safe.
No more golf for a while ladies for various reasons:-
a) Golf course closed
b) Nobody allowed out