This month we discuss the topic of offline terminals - why it happens and the procedures available to provide peace of mind when registering your scores.
Cape Town, South Africa, 10 October 2013 - The South African Golf Association today announced that they have signed an agreement with the United States Golf Association (USGA) to license their golf course rating system.
The South African Golf Association, (SAGA) will make the following changes to the South African Handicap Manual with effect from 1 April 2013 based on extensive feedback from golfers, club captains and club managers.
We would like to share a few interesting statistics that we have extracted from the handicap system as well as the results from our club survey of who is winning the majority of club Better Ball competitions.
The South Africa Golf Association (SAGA) compared the South African handicap calculation to those in use by the other major golfing countries, especially those countries that play similar handicap competitions to South Africa. This investigation resulted in the decision to align South Africa more closely with the USGA and other international Handicap System.
Changes in the Rules, released by the The R&A and United States Golf Association (USGA) include exonerating a player from penalty if it is known their ball was moved by the wind after address.
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