Conversion Table Board

Errors in the printed conversion table ?

Discover the Importance of Accurate Conversion Tables for Your Golf Course Did you know that one in five golf courses have at least one error in their printed Conversion Table? This startling statistic highlights the need for accurate and up-to-date information when it comes to golf course data. At How Many Strokes, we understand the importance of providing reliable and precise information to our customers. Our team is dedicated to ensuring that our customers have access to the most accurate and reliable Conversion Tables possible. However, we understand that errors can sometimes occur, and we are committed to helping our customers identify and rectify these issues quickly and easily. Every week, we receive calls and emails from customers who have discovered inconsistencies between the How Many Strokes Conversion Table and their old printed Conversion Table or board. These errors can be difficult to track down and may remain unnoticed for extended periods of time, potentially causing confusion and frustration for golfers. To address this issue, the How Many Strokes Management System now offers a control report that enables our customers to check their course data for accuracy. This powerful tool allows golf course managers to quickly and easily identify any discrepancies in their Conversion Table, ensuring that golfers receive accurate and consistent information. At How Many Strokes, we understand that accurate and reliable data is critical for golf courses of all sizes. That's why we are committed to providing our customers with the most comprehensive and up-to-date information possible. Whether you're a small, family-owned course or a large, multi-course resort, you can rely on us to provide the data and tools you need to succeed. Don't let errors in your Conversion Table impact your golfers' experience. Contact us today to learn more about our Management System and how it can help you ensure accuracy and consistency in your course data.
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Sponsor on the Screen – Video

You can engage with a sponsor to run product promotions and branding ads. Logo, posters, and videos. They can be changed as often as needed. See a show video about it here: As a sponsor at a Golf Club, you have the unique opportunity to reach a highly engaged and affluent audience through product promotions and branding ads on the 21-inch How Many Strokes screen. Every golfer in the club sees the screen and allows you to showcase your logo, posters, and videos to a captive audience. By promoting your brand on our screen, you can drive awareness and interest in your products and services and differentiate yourself from the competition. And because the content on the screen can be changed as often as needed, you have the flexibility to refresh your message and keep it relevant to your audience. Don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to connect with golf players and leave a lasting impression. Contact us today to learn more about how you can become a sponsor with How Many Strokes. Click here to play video: Watch the How Many Strokes Sponsor video
World Handicap System

The World Handicap System

Your Handicap Index may change

Finally, players around the world will have an apples-to-apples handicap. Your new Handicap Index will be more responsive to good scores by averaging your eight best scores out of your most recent 20 (currently, it’s 10 out of 20 with a .96 multiplier). In short, your Handicap Index will be determined by your demonstrated ability and consistency of scores. In most cases, for golfers in the U.S., it will change less than one stroke.

You need to know your Course Handicap

In the new system, your Course Handicap will be the number of strokes needed to play to par. This will result in greater variance in that number and presents a change, as historically, it has represented the number of strokes needed to play to the Course Rating. This is a good thing, as par is an easy number to remember. The target score for the day? Par plus Course Handicap. The Course Rating will now be inherent within the calculation to be more intuitive and account for competing from different tees.

Net Double Bogey

The maximum hole score for each player will be limited to a Net Double Bogey. This adjustment is more consistent from hole to hole than the Equitable Stroke Control procedure. Net Double Bogey is already used in many other parts of the world, and the calculation is simple: Par + 2 + any handicap strokes you receive.

Your Handicap Index will be revised daily

One way that handicapping is being modernized is a player’s Handicap Index will update daily (which would provide a fairer indication of a player’s ability in the moment) if the player submitted a score the day before. On days when the player does not submit a score, no update will take place.

Safeguards in the new system

The new system will limit extreme upward movement of a Handicap Index, automatically and immediately reduce a Handicap Index when an exceptional score of at least 7 strokes better is posted, and account for abnormal course or weather conditions to ensure that scores reflect when a course plays significantly different than its established Course Rating and Slope Rating. These safeguards help maintain the accuracy of a Handicap Index, greater integrity within the system and promote fun and fair play for golfers of all abilities. Read more about The World Handicap System here: