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- The
**Course Slope**value is a two- or three-digit integer, always between 55 and 155, with 113 being the average or "standard" value - Use the
**calculator**to**calculate**your handicap of any round - Typically, for professionals and hardcore players,
**golf**handicap is calculated based off …

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- The USGA has a handy
**golf course**handicap**calculator**so you don't have to do the**calculation.**But you will have to know your Index in order to use it - Alternatively, you can use the following formula to calculate your course handicap: Course Handicap = Handicap Index x
**Slope**…

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- This
**Golf**Handicap**Calculator**, which has been updated to comply with the new World Handicap System (WHS) that took effect on January 1, 2020, will quickly**calculate**your handicap index and**course**handicaps. - You can enter 18 or 9-hole adjusted gross scores, or use the built-in hole-by-hole form to add up your score while adjusting your score for any holes that exceed your Net Double Bogey

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- Course and
**slope ratings**are**calculated**by the United States**Golf**Association - In fact, the USGA trademarks and licenses its USGA
**Course Rating**and USGA**Course Slope Rating**…

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- The
**Slope**Rating can range from 55 (very easy for all skill levels) to 155 (very difficult compared to the**Course**Rating), with 113 being the standard**Slope**Rating - For more information on
**Course**Rating, check out this blog .

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**Course**Handicap = Index x (**Slope**Rating of Tee on**Course**/ 113) For example, let’s say you had an index of 7.5 and playing a set of tees with a**slope**rating of 120- Your
**course**handicap would round up to be an 8 - You can also use this tool from the USGA to
**calculate**your**course**…

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- Multiply the difference between Course Rating and Bogey Rating according to gender
- For male golfers, multiply the difference by 5.381; for women, multiply it by 4.24

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- An indication of the difficulty of a
**golf course**for the bogey player under normal**course**and weather conditions. - Example: 96.3
**Slope**Rating® An indication of the relative difficulty of a**golf course**for players who are not scratch players compared to players who are scratch players.The lowest**Slope**Rating is 55 and the highest is 155.

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(Score – Course Rating) x 113 (this is the average slope rating of a golf course)/ Slope Rating = x Using the figures in the above calculator example that would be: (100 – 72.9) x 113 / 128 = 23.92 This result is defined as the ‘handicap differential’.

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- With our
**calculator**, you can also compute your personal**course**handicap for a specific**course**by simply entering the**slope**rating - The higher the
**slope**, the more difficult the**course**and the higher your**course**handicap - When playing the
**course**, this is the number used to determine how many strokes you get (or give) in competition

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- From Tom’s tees, a
**slope**of 130 gives him a 12**Course**Handicap - Mary gets one
**stroke**PLUS the difference between the**course**ratings, or 73.2 - 71.1 = 2.1 - Rounded to the nearest whole number (.5 or more is rounded up)
- Mary gets an extra two strokes, for a total of three.

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**golf course slope calculator**provides a comprehensive and comprehensive pathway for students to see progress after the end of each module- With a team of extremely dedicated and quality lecturers,
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(Score – **Course** Rating) x 113 (this is the average **slope** rating of a **golf course**)/ **Slope** Rating = x Using the figures in the above **calculator** example that would be: (100 – 72.9) x 113 / 128 = 23.92 This result is defined as the ‘handicap differential’.

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- There is a
**course handicap calculator**on the USGA website with inputs for your**handicap**index and**slope**rating - Provide your information, click the "Calculate" button, and there you go: your
**course handicap.**

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- Alternatives to this are to use a
**golf**GPS, or to employ your yardage book and**calculate**the exact distance to the hole - Subtract one
**club**for every 15 feet of elevation change - For instance, if you have 160 yards down hill to the pin, and you would normally hit a 7-iron, the shot calls for an 8-iron because the ball will travel in the air

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- Divide the product by the standard
**slope rating.**This is an average difficulty rating for**courses**, and the USGA has determined that this average**slope**is 113 - So, after you multiply your handicap index by the
**slope rating,**…

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- So, using your example with the R&A
**Course**Handicap**Calculator**: 1 - Choose between a 9-Hole Round and an 18-Hole Round 2
- Choose with
**Course**Rating minus Par for your**Course**in Turkey 3 - Enter, Handicap Index,
**Course**Rating, Par and**Slope**for your**Course**, if you do not know them Select the ‘Look Up’ Option 4.

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- What is
**golf course slope**and how to**calculate slope**rating - The
**golf course slope**is a measure of a**course**’s difficulty, but it is not considered the better of the two measurements

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**SLOPE**TABLES T his section contains conversion tables for**Slope**Ratings from 83 through 155- Consult these tables to establish the
**course**handicap you will use for each round of**golf** - The tables are applicable for both men’s and women’s
**Slope**Ratings and may be used at any**course**with a USGA**Slope**Rating

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- This
**calculator**is designed to give the approximate distance that you can expect from each**club**in your bag, based on the input values given - While this is only approximate, it has been tested by a large cross section of golfers and acclaimed as accurate.

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- This interactive free
**golf**handicap**calculator**will help you to compute your 18-hole handicap index for scores posted from multiple**golf courses**(of 3,000 yards or more in length) - The USGA has a slightly different formula for scores from
**courses**that are 3,000 yards or less in length.

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- WSGA-USGA Handicap Conversion Charts
- his section contains conversion tables for
**Slope**Ratings from 83 through - 155.Consult these tables to establish the
**course**handicap you will use for each round of**golf** - The tables are applicable for both men’s and women’s
**Slope**Ratings and may be used at any**course**with a USGA**Slope**Rating.

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- To
**calculate**your**Course**Handicap for a social round you need just one calculation: Handicap Index x (**Slope**Rating/113) =**Course**Handicap You can find out more about how your handicap is**calculated**with the WHS Golfer Toolkit - Find out more about the benefits of the My England
**Golf**App here.

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- Companies have programmed devices with GPS locations throughout various
**golf courses** - The GPS device simply measures the distance between your current location and any of these predetermined points
- So, a GPS device will not be able to
**calculate**for**slope**, but only estimate your distance to different predetermined locations on the**course**.

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- The values for
**Course Slope**run from 55 to 155 - Suffice to say that The USGA has developed a scale that is conducive to manipulation with a standard hand
**calculator** - Because this
**course**is very ordinary, we'll say that the**Course Slope**is 113 for**Course**1 - 113 is the USGA's standard
**slope**value.

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- The
**slope**of a**golf course**is often misunderstood - Many people think it tells you the difficulty of the
**course** **Slope**numbers range from 55 to 155- The average
**course**in the United States has a**slope**number of 122 - There is a simple math formula to determine what the
**slope**number is - (Bogey Rating –
**Course**Rating) x 5.381 =**Slope**

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- Now there is a very rough calculation that I would like to think about next time you are out in the
**golf course**particularly hilly**golf course**on trying to select the right**club** - And it works on the idea that for every 15 feet, the ball has to go higher or lower than a flat lie, you can add or subtracts 10 yards.

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- The
**calculators**work equally well with 9-hole scores and handicaps - Just enter the adjusted 9-hole score and
**course**rating -- keep the**slope**the same as for 18 holes unless there is a separate 9-hole**slope** - Handicap Differential
**Calculator**

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**Course**rating is the starting point- Every
**golf club**is**course**and**slope**rated from every set of tees, and then there are separate ratings for men and women - This means that when you go to play a different
**golf club**, your handicap index is actually based on a**course**of standard difficulty, rather than your home**course**.

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- The USGA has determined the default maximum handicap index on 18 hole
**golf courses**should be 36.4 for males and 40.4 for females - Whereas on the nine-hole
**course**, it should be 18.2 for men and 20.2 for women - The
**course**handicap is the number of strokes each player receives on each particular**course**.

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**Course**Handicap**Calculator**This simple**calculator**converts your Handicap Index into a**Course**Handicap, which provides you with the number of strokes you will need to play your chosen**golf course**- Handicap Index requires a decimal value between -10 and 54

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- Before you can
**calculate golf**scores based on handicaps, you first need to know the**course**handicaps for each player - A
**course**handicap is derived from a player's handicap index, the**course**rating,**slope**rating, and the par of the tee they are playing, and is calculated using the following World Handicap System (WHS) formula:

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- Minimum and Maximum
**Slope**Ratings - The minimum
**slope**rating is 55 and the maximum is 155 (**slope**does not relate specifically to strokes played as**course**rating does) - When the
**slope**rating system was first put into effect, the USGA set the**slope**for an "average"**golf course**at 113; however, not many 18-hole**golf courses**have**slope**ratings that low.

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- Under WHS, your
**Course**Handicap will be the number of strokes a player receives, before handicap allowances, from a specific set of tees as determined by the**Slope**Rating - Search for a
**course**below and input your Handicap Index to see what you**Course**Handicap would be.

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**Slope**Ratings for**Golf**Clubs Worldwide- If you want to know your
**Golf Course**’s, or any**Golf Course**’s,**Slope**Rating, follow the link below to the USGA**Course**Rating and**Slope**Database (TM) or the R&A CHC Look Up Page, where you can, by entering details of a**Golf Course**, search for the**Slope**Rating of any**Golf Course**Worldwide which has had its**Slope**Rating issued for 2020:

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**Calculate**your Handicap Differential- Once you have your AGS, use it to determine your handicap differential
- The equation for a Handicap Differential is the AGS minus
**Course**rating, multiplied by 113, and divided by the**Slope**Rating, or (AGS -**Course**Rating) x 113 /**Slope**…

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- This video explains the difference between
**course slope**and**course**rating - This is a simple concept that golfers should understand

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- A: Most golfers believe that the higher the
**Slope**Rating, the more difficult the**golf course** - This may or may not be true, depending on what level of golfer you are
- The
**Slope**Rating for a**golf course**tells you how difficult the**golf course**is for a bogey player (about a 20 …

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- View key info about
**Course**Database including**Course**description, Tee yardages, par and handicaps, scorecard, contact info,**Course**Tours, directions and more - The Quarry Pines
**Golf Club**Quarry Pines GC …

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**Slope**Ratings are described by the USGA as indicating the “measurement of the relative playing difficulty of a**course**for players who are not scratch golfers, compared to scratch golfers”- Every
**course**in the UK is being assessed using a**course**rating system, which …

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- The USGA holds a
**Course**Rating and**Slope**Database with the key details of every rated**course**of which you could think and for all the respective tees - As an example, let’s look at the
**course**considered perhaps the toughest on the Open Championship rota: Carnoustie .

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Note: If determining a 9-hole **Course** Handicap, type in one half of the 18-hole Handicap Index (rounded to one decimal). Next type in the 9-hole **Course** Rating, 9-hole **Slope** Rating and 9-hole Par before selecting “**Calculate**”.

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How to Calculate Slope Rating Use the Bogey Rating of the course. Ask at the golf course or contact the regional golf association that did the on-site rating. Locate the USGA Course Rating. The rating for each set of tees is usually on your scorecard, or you can ask staff at the course for this information. Subtract the Course Rating from the Bogey Rating. ... More items...

Slope rating (a term trademarked by the United States Golf Association) is a measurement of the difficulty of a golf course for bogey golfers relative to the course rating. Course rating tells scratch golfers how difficult the course will be; slope rating tells bogey golfers how difficult it will be.

Slope ratings are calculated as a multiple of the difference between the expected good score for a bogey golfer (handicap in the range 20 to 24), called the bogey rating, and the expected good score for a scratch golfer (zero handicap), called the USGA Course Rating. The course and bogey ratings are determined by course raters, who measure and record more than 460 variables on a standard course rating form for each set of tees.

The slope rating of a golf course is a **measure of its difficulty for bogey golfers**. The term comes from the likelihood that when playing on more difficult courses, players' scores will rise more quickly than their handicaps would predict. The "slope rating" of a course thus predicts that rise.