Golf Canada Gold members can use the Golf Canada Score Centre online, on their mobile devices and through kiosks at many facilities across the country to track their Official Handicap Factor®
Not only is an Official Golf Canada Handicap Factor a requirement to play in many provincial, national, international and domestic club events, it makes the game of golf more enjoyable by enabling golfers of differing abilities to compete on an equitable basis.
What’s your number? Your Handicap Factor helps levels the playing field and makes every round more enjoyable because of it. It also opens the door to a wide array of game formats popular throughout the world including Stableford and Match Play. Learn More…
Match Play: With the notable exception of North America, match play is the preferred format over stroke play. Rather than try to finish 18 holes with a lower cumulative score than your fellow competitor, you compete on a per-hole basis. If you have the lower score on a hole, you win that hole and move on to the next. If you are out of the hole, you concede it to your opponent and you move to the next tee. Whoever wins the most holes, wins the match – which might not take a full 18 holes. The rest of the world thinks match play is more equitable, more enjoyable and faster. Why don’t we?