A score from an authorized format of play which meets all the provisions set out within the Rules of Handicapping.
A player’s gross score, including any penalty strokes, adjusted for when:
A format of play eligible for handicap purposes, as determined by the Authorized Association where the round is played.
A player with a Handicap Index of approximately 20.0 for men and approximately 24.0 for women.
The procedure that reduces or limits the amount by which a player’s Handicap Index can increase when measured against the player’s Low Handicap Index.
The number of handicap strokes a player receives, before handicap allowances, from a specific set of tees as determined by the Slope Rating.
An indication of the difficulty of a golf course for the scratch player under normal course and weather conditions.
A Score Differential which is at least 7.0 strokes better than the player’s Handicap Index at the time the round was played.
When an organised competition is not being contested and golfers are playing:
The percentage of a Course Handicap applied to create equity for all players participating in a specific format of play.
The measure of a player’s demonstrated ability calculated against the Slope Rating of a golf course of standard playing difficulty (Slope Rating 113)
The lowest Handicap Index achieved by a player during the 365 day period preceding the day on which the most recent score in their scoring record was played.
A score equal to the par of a hole plus two strokes and adjusted for any handicap strokes applied on that hole. A net double bogey is a player’s maximum hole score for handicap purposes.
A score equal to the par of a hole adjusted for any handicap strokes applied on that hole.
The score that a scratch player would generally be expected to achieve on a hole under normal course and weather conditions, allowing for two strokes on the putting green.
A score posted at the discretion of the Handicap Committee for a player who does not submit an acceptable score when required.
The statistical calculation that determines if conditions on a day of play differed from normal playing conditions to the extent that they significantly impacted players’ performance.
The Course Handicap adjusted for any handicap allowances or Terms of the Competition. It represents the actual number of strokes the player gives or receives for the round being played.
The difference between a player’s Adjusted Gross Score and the Course Rating, reflecting the Slope Rating and the Playing Conditions Calculation. It is the numerical value attributed to a score achieved on a golf course on a specific day that is posted into the player’s scoring record.
A history of a player’s acceptable scores along with:
A player with a Handicap Index of 0.0.
An indication of the relative difficulty of a golf course for players who are not scratch players compared to players who are scratch players
The value assigned to each hole on a golf course to indicate where handicap strokes are given or received.
I have played at Gloucester for about 30 years now and the course is in the best condition that I have ever seen it. I know that you have faced various challenges over the last two years or so but you and your team are to be congratulated for the hard work and effort that you have clearly put in.
Thanks Keith We all hasd a great day today Course Excellent Food V Good I will call you next week to re book again next year
I write on behalf of the Gloucestershire Captains following our Captains Day held at Gloucester Golf Club. Our association is indebted to you for providing a magnificent golfing experience. From start to finish your professional approach shone through and the day was as perfect as we could have wished for.
I wanted to let you know that the Gloucester Golf Club is an excellent choice for a wake; it’s close to the crematorium, there is a car park and it is a large comfortable room surrounded by greenery.
Thank you Gloucester Golf Club for hosting our Family Christening, we really appreciate all you provided, it was great afternoon and so many people commented on the venue, the use of the TVs for the photos was great idea, a big thank you to you and all your staff