How to Enter Scores on the Website
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What score do I record when I do not complete a hole?
This is one of the most common questions handicap committee members are asked and you might be surprised by the answer. When you don't finish a hole - either you give up, you are conceded the hole in match play, you get interrupted and must take a phone call, or you are out of the hole for whatever reason - you should record your "most likely score" for that hole. That is the number of strokes you already had plus what you think you would need to finish the hole. This is a judgment call. Of course, the maximum you can take on any hole for handicap purposes is the maximum score for your handicap (7 - 10, depending on your course handicap). But, often the score for the hole you don't complete won't be your max. So, consider taking the "most likely score" next time you don't complete a hole.
What if I get a hole-in-one at a Chapter organized event?
When you finish jumping up and down and celebrating with your friends, here's what you do: Through our partnership with Troon Golf, any member making a hole-in-one at an LPGAwwp-sanctioned event receives a complimentary round of golf for four at any Troon Golf facility. Just send a copy of your score card, attested by your playing partners and verified by the club's Golf Professional (if possible), to Meaghan.Francella@lpga.com. Be sure to include the hole number, the yardage for that hole, and the club you used to make the shot. Meaghan will coordinate with Troon to have your complimentary golf certificate sent to you as well as get you posted as an inductee of the Hole-In-One Club on the national website!
Contact any Handicap Committee member for assistance:
Linda K. Davis, Handicap Chair, LKDavis@LindaKDavisLaw.com; (954) 524-2280
Michelle Florea, firstname.lastname@example.org
Hilene Bilchik, email@example.com