Wanna know how your handicap will change after next weekend? Try this.
The new handicapping system in Australia is slightly more confusing than the old one and it is not always obvious what will happen to your handicap after your next round.
GolfLink have launched a handicap predictor through the GolfLink Mates section of their website. Yes, you have to pay for the GolfLink Mates section but this, plus a whole load of other stats and scoring extras makes it worth it.
You just type in a predicted score for your next round of golf and it tells you how your handicap will change.
For example, last week I tried a few different variations on my next round and calculated a score of 33 points or more will keep my handicap the same or improve it. I went and shot 31 points.
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