Now the season is well underway, the information supplied below, is to help you with any issues about obtaining a CONGU handicap.
Any members that don’t have an official CONGU handicap, can forward over 3 cards from playing generally (scan them into email if necessary) and email to our DGA National Co-ordinator, Graeme Robertson. The DGA will then allocate a PROVISIONAL HANDICAP allowing you to enter competitions from day one. This handicap will then be verified when you have played with existing members and both cards have been received.
In the event of 3 cards and a CONGU handicap unavailable, this information has to be made aware in fairness to all members. This will allow golfers to play in their first competition, but their card is for handicap purposes only, with a provisional handicap being allocated afterwards. This will then allow golfers to play for the competition prizes, at the next event they enter, but their handicap will only be made official after 3 cards have been received.
After each event, the DGA will publish the information on Masterscorecard so that members can see the results and any changes in handicaps.
In the event that you can’t email over copies of your handicap/cards, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07932 061680 and we will advise the best address to send your scorecard(s) to, so they are recorded into the system.
The format for this year events will be stableford (national events are not included). Prizes are as follows:
First – 18 holes competition – (Trophy)
Second – 18 Holes (Balls)
Third – 18 Holes (Balls)
First – in 9 holes (just front 9) competition – (Trophy)
Second – 9 Holes (Balls)
Please be aware that golfers have the choice to either enter the 18 or 9 hole competitions, but not both. They maybe occasions when we have novelty competitions as well, i.e longest drive, nearest pin etc. for golfers to participate in. These competitions will be decided on the day, dependent on cost and prizes donated by the clubs pro shop.
For further information or any queries please contact:
Graeme Robertson, DGA National Co-ordinator on 07932 061680 or email: email@example.com
Disabled Golf Association on Master Scoreboard
The Disabled Golf Association is looking to enhance your experience by providing links to Master Scoreboard. Master Scoreboard enables DGS to report competition results, handicaps, order of merit and forthcoming events. We are asking members to give us feedback on whether Master Scoreboard information is worthy addition to the DGS website.
Follow the instructions below to access Master Scoreboard by the various links provided.
1) Go directly to the Disabled Golf Association pages by entering www.masterscoreboard.co.uk/DisabledGS
2) Visit the home page at www.masterscoreboard.co.uk and enter any part of the ‘Disabled Golf Society’ name in the search box. Once you click the ‘Find Society’ button, a list of matches will be displayed. Click the link for your organisation.
3) Visit the home page at www.masterscoreboard.co.uk and click the ‘List of Golf Societies’ link. You will be able to locate your organisation from the list.
The Disabled Golf Association pages have been password-protected so to view the pages, please use the following password: dgs (case sensitive, plus this password will be changed from time to time).
Please let us know your thoughts.
For further information or any queries please contact: Graeme Robertson, DGA National Co-ordinator on 07932 061680 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org