Paul Woods - Rangiora

Handicap
Handicap Index

Effective days from 21/04/2016 to 4/05/2016

  • PROJECTED INDEX: 11.5
  • MY VITAL STATS:
  • Your club Rangiora
    Top 20%
  • Canterbury Top 18%
  • New Zealand Top 18%

HANDICAP PERFORMANCE

  • Projected
  • Counter
  • Non Counter
  • Currents
27/04/2016 25/04/2016 Rangiora White 117 89 71.8 16.6 11.5 12 11.5
13/04/2016 10/04/2016 Mahunga White 115 85 69.3 15.4 11.5 12 11.5
12/04/2016 9/04/2016 Mahunga White 115 86 69.3 16.4 11.5 12 11.5
28/03/2016 28/03/2016 Rangiora White 117 85
71.8 12.7 11.5 11 10.9
25/03/2016 24/03/2016 Rangiora White 117 87
71.8 14.7 11.5 11 10.9

= Used in New Zealand Golf Slope calculation
= Orphan 9-hole score
= Tournament score
Projected column is a projection of what your handicap index will be in the next handicapping period

Competition ClubDate GenderRoundHoles
RANGIORA OPEN OVER 50 / 60 / 70 Rangiora 28/03/2016 1 18
Stroke Rangiora 2/03/2016 1 18
Stabeford Rangiora 20/02/2016 1 18
Mens Opening Day Rangiora 13/02/2016 1 18

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CONTACT

  • Manager:Sue McFarlane
  • Phone:03 313-6666
  • Fax:
  • email:rangiora@golf.co.nz

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