Re: GC Handicaps
That's not counting those who don't seem to have a handicap of any kind (1458 or nearly 50% of registered NSW members!).
Do you mean 1,458 do not have a GC handicap or do you mean they do not have an AC or GC handicap?
As for the numbers you've quoted for GC divisions. Call me pedantic but the numbers alone do not prove there is a problem at either end of the spectrum similar to the quoted UK problem. To be clear I'm not saying there isn't a problem, nor would I know as AC is my game. However in my experience in AC & GC it's clear there will be more players in the divisions 2 & 3 vs 1.
Sent from my iPhone. My right thumb will be aching now.
On 28/03/2014, at 21:14, Wal Mills <walm@...> wrote: