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Golf Australia Express : February 2014
113)—your handicap would take a hit at Gayndah, shaving a couple of shots off and leaving you with 16 to play off there. But at Moonah, you’d be compensated for the tea tree nightmare you’re about to experience, and awarded a handicap of 23 (which, for the record, still won't be enough there). So, in this case handicap (18) multiplied by slope rating (144) divided by 113, or: 18x144÷113=22.9 Rounded to nearest whole number, this would give you a playing handicap of 23 at Moonah. Simple, huh? OTG Find out how difficult your club or local course is rated according to Golf Australia. Click the applicable state on the map below to find your course. HOW SLOPEY IS YOUR LOCAL SLOPE? the feature How to calculate your new daily handicap: HANDICAP x SLOPE RATING ÷ 113 TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS What do you think about the new Golf Australia handicapping system? Is it fairer or worse? Too confusing perhaps? We want to hear from you.