Three Rivers Golf Members
How to find out your new World Handicap Index
Published : 27/10/2020
Looking up your Playing Handicap
Each course and each tee position on the course has it’s own individual Playing Handicap Table.  You need to look down the list for the Playing Handicap Table to find you Handicap Index and it will give you your Playing Handicap.  Use the following links to see the Handicap Playing Tables for our courses.












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Knowing your CDH number
This is the Central Data Handicap number that you were allocated when you obtained a handicap.  You can find this either using the PSI Touch Screen at the Club or by login-on to HowdidIdo.
Finding out your Handicap Index
To find out your Handicap Index you need to log-on to the England Golf website and sign up to their database.  You can use this link to go to the sign up page.  https://members.whsplatform.englandgolf.org/

To register you need to enter your CDH number and create a password.  As part of this process you will be sent a verification code that you will need to enter into the England Golf site.  This will be sent to the email address that you have registered within the Club handicap system.

Once you have done this the system will create and allow you access to your information page.  This will show you your current World Handicap Index.  Be prepared for a longish wait at this stage as the site compiles the data.

If all this is just too much dont worry.  After the 2nd November our Handicap indexes will be available via the Club PSI Touch Screen, and the various Handicap Playing Tables will be displayed on large hard to miss laminated boards.

 

Kings Course

Men's

White Tees

Kings Course

Men's

Yellow Tees

Kings Course

Men's

Red Tees

Kings Course

Women's

Red Tees

Jubilee Course

Men's

Red Tees

Jubilee Course

Women's

Red Tees

Jubilee Course

Men's

Yellow Tees

Jubilee Course

Men's

White Tees

On the Monday 2nd November the World Handicap System goes live in the UK.  The question that we are all anxious to find out is how will it affect my handicap.

 

If you can’t wait any longer here is how you can find out before the due date.  It’s a three step process so here goes -