|With restrictions lifted, many of you will be travelling to away courses more than before, whether it be across the border to Wales and Scotland or somewhere more far flung!|
Unless you’re swinging solo, there’s no reason why you can’t still record these rounds against your handicap. In fact, to ensure your WHS index remains a true reflection of your current ability, you should be making every effort to submit the scores.
Away Clubs (England) – submit your score via the My England Golf app as you would at your home club. This must be attested (verified) by a playing partner with a WHS index who also has the My England Golf app.
Away Clubs (Wales / Ireland) – register your intent to submit a score with the club you are visiting, then provide them with your scorecard (signed by a playing partner with a WHS index) and membership number. Alternatively, take the scorecard back to your home club for them to input.
Away Clubs (Anywhere Else) – return your scorecard (signed by a playing partner with a WHS index) to your home club for them to input. We suggest you also ask the club you played at to countersign the card.