As I needed help in identifying issues that needed resolutions, I registered 3 committee members so that we could share sifting through players' records. I gave them maximum permissions but stressed to them not to try to make any changes as that needed to be under strict control.
So, I would expect your opinion to be supported by easily available corroboration such as results for ladies playing off the red tees to be significantly better than those of men off white or yellow tees. Or is that too simplistic an argument?
I don't think a casual word with the pro cuts it. There has to be a formal system for pre-registering in the same way as there had to be for Supplementaries. The system is necessary so that a card is submitted and accounted for if the round has been pre-registered. The scorecard must also be...
My interpretation of it is that the WHS platform will produce an AR report but I can find no sign of it on the dashboard. We have now decided to leave ours until January in the hope that they will produce an AR report - won't be holding my breath as we have our own systems in place based on CONGU.
The handicap review process gives a Handicap Committee the ability to ensure the Handicap Index of a player reflects their demonstrated ability. It is strongly recommended that a Handicap Committee conduct a handicap review at least annually for all members who have designated that golf club as...
The whole point of pre-registration is it removes the element of choice. You register and the card has to be submitted - good or bad. Rightly or wrongly, Rulefan is concerned that the scorecard just happens to be good.
Despite Billy's veiled suggestion that I'm as old as Methusela, I only have CONGU manuals going back to 2001 - no mention of 3/8 or 1/3 in them, just full in singles and 3/4 elsewhere (1/2 in the dreaded foursomes).