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Golf Australia Express : March 2014
YOUR SAY ALAS in my humble opinion Golf Australia has completely stuffed up the handicapping system. Not only do you now play against the course and it's rating but you also play against the other people in the field. No wonder there are a lot of people up in arms about it. I myself have played a few rounds recently where I didn't play to my handicap. Yet upon checking the next day to see what I'd done I found I had played to a score lower than my handicap. Go figure. —GEOFF TODD, TAS The Letter of the Month receives a dozen Callaway Speed Regime Balls valued at $59 LETTER OF THE MONTH TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS TELL US YOUR THOUGHTS IT'S MILLER TIME (TO GO) SLOPE REVIEWS NEEDED THE COURSE slope ratings are not a true indication of courses in my city. READ MORE FAIR SYSTEM, JUST COMPLEX ANY HANDICAP system which adjusts your handicap, either up or down... READ MORE GOOD IN THEORY, BUT... THE CONCEPT is great but the details of the slope ratings of two courses I play on... JOHNNY MILLER is becoming an overbearing bore. One example came... READ MORE READ MORE