Does the Scottish golf app work?

Does Scottish Golf app work in England?

As part of the ongoing work on World Handicap System (WHS) integration, England Golf and Scottish Golf are currently working together alongside The R&A and the WHS Interoperability Group on a new pilot scheme.

How do I set up a Scottish Golf app?

Registering For The Scottish Golf App

  1. Download the Scottish Golf App.
  2. Select the Register button at the top of the App and enter your details (name, email, Phone, password) then select “next.”

What time does Scottish Golf app update?

When Is My Handicap Updated? Your Handicap Index will be updated at the end of each day. This means that when you open the Scottish Golf app the following day and click on My WHS Index, you will see the results from your General Play round.

Can you get a handicap without joining a club Scotland?

Scottish golfers can now earn themselves an official handicap without having to join a club by signing up for OpenPlay, a platform launched by Scottish Golf. Available via the Scottish Golf App or the Scottish Golf Website, players that sign up will pay a subscription fee of £5.99 per month.

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How do I get a CDH number?

CDH ID Number

Your CDH ID can usually be found on your handicap certificate or if you contact your club/handicap secretary they should be able to tell you what your CDH number is.

How do I find my CDH Number Scotland?


Your number can be found on the reverse of your Scottish Golf Membership Card or by contacting your home club.

What is open play Scottish Golf?

OpenPlay is a flexible subscription for independent golfers of all ages, who have a passion for the game and want the ability to benchmark their performance with an Official WHS Handicap from Scottish Golf.

Can I get a handicap without being a member?

Currently, only golfers that are members of affiliated golf clubs are able to access an official handicap, though the governing body confirmed in February that it will launch a platform where non-members can gain official handicaps.

How do I change my clubs on Scottish Golf app?

At the bottom of the home screen on the Scottish Golf App, you will have the opportunity to change your status from casual golfer to golf club member, you will need to add your home club here and your valid CDH number.

What is general play penalty score?

A penalty score is a score posted at the discretion of the Handicap Committee for a player who does not post their score in a timely manner. … If discoverable, the Handicap Committee can also post the actual score. The Handicap Committee does not need to provide the player with notice before posting a penalty score.

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Can you be a member at two golf clubs?

When a golfer transfers to a new golf club, their ID Number is transferred with them, along with their last held handicap and full handicap record. If a member has more than one club, they must nominate a Home Club.

Can you post a golf score if you play by yourself?

How many holes can a player play alone to post the score? The player must be accompanied for at least seven holes for a nine-hole score or 13 holes for 18-hole score. This is consistent with Section 5-1 and the minimum number of holes played under the Rules of Golf.

What is Clause 23 Adjustment?

Clause 23 of the CONGU Unified Handicapping System covers the “Annual Review” of handicaps (these should be completed by all clubs for all members,) and it gives guidance on “General Play” adjustments. … If a decision is taken to reduce a handicap, a minimum of one full stroke must be taken and there is no maximum.

What is a penalty score under WHS?

Under WHS, if a player fails to submit a score for a pre-registered round, Scottish Golf will apply an automatic penalty score. The committee then will have the option to investigate further. The penalty score will show on the player’s record as such.