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Are East Africa's Golf Clubs Ready for the New World Golf Handicapping System?

Last updated 1 month ago | By Mike The Pro Kibunja

It will be a different world when this Covid-19 menace comes to an end. Life will never be the same again anywhere, even in golf. 

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Even your Golf Handicap will change. On November 1,2020, only six months from today, your Golf Handicap shall become invalid. 

To compete with anybody else in Kenya and the world, you will need a new different Handicaps under the World Handicapping System, WHS. Is your Golf Club ready to issue new Handicaps per the WHS? 

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FILE - In this March 5, 2020, file photo, Russell Knox, of Scotland, chips onto the sixth green during the first round of the Arnold Palmer Invitational golf tournament in Orlando, Fla. Knox plans to drive his RV some 1,000 miles each way to PGA Tour events when they resume.

It is therefore worrying that in the entire country, only the Sigona Golf Club course, under the watch of their scientifically inclined Chairman, Engineer Ben Njoroge, had undergone the required Slope Rating at the end of 2109.    

 

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