Committees and GPS tracking: How England Golf will monitor independent golfer scores

GCMA managers were told about how scorecards will be observed in any independent golfer scheme, while Chief Executive Tom Brooke has issued a plea to 'act professionally' on the debate

England Golf will form a committee to monitor scores inputted by nomad golfers when a scheme to offer them an official handicap is launched. Richard Flint, the governing body’s participation and club support director, said the integrity of the World Handicap System had to be maintained if indexes were going to be offered to players who do not hold a membership at a golf club. Speaking on a GCMA video call, Flint sought to reassure clubs and golfers who have raised concerns about the accuracy of any handicaps obtained by independent players....
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