Submission of Scorecard
Last updated on: 12 August 2021
- Members are required to submit a score card every time a round of 18-holes is played whether at any of the Club’s Courses or elsewhere, which shall include the following information:
- Member’s name and Club Membership number;
- Member’s current or official handicap, whichever is lower;
- Date round played;
- Course Rating;
- Slope Rating;
- 18-hole score
- National handicapping system number
- All scorecards submitted shall be signed by the Member concerned and countersigned by a marker. If a Member fails to submit a card, the Management shall submit a card on his/her behalf with a nett score below the Course Rating, the number of which shall be decided by the Management. For handicap purposes, the Management will accept scorecards up to a maximum of five (5) incomplete holes per round. Any incomplete hole should be clearly marked.
- Any Member failing to submit a scorecard in accordance with Rule 2.13.10 for a period exceeding six (6) months shall have his/her name removed from the handicap list and kept on the non-active list. As soon as he/she submits a new scorecard of 18-holes within the next twelve (12) months, his/her handicap will be reinstated but shall be current. When he/she has submitted ten (10) score cards, he/she shall be given an official handicap. In the event the Member fails to make a return within fourteen (14) months, his/her handicap record will be removed from the handicap register. Thereafter, the Member shall be required to obtain a new handicap.