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Georgia State Golf Association (GSGA) - The GSGA, founded in 1916, is a non-profit organization dedicated solely to serving the game of golf and its membership of more than 360 member clubs and their 85,000 members. The GSGA's website (click link below) is a comprehensive source of golf information, with full coverage of Assocation activities. GSGA members can check their USGA Handicap Index and register for GSGA compeititions. Golfers can research golf courses in Georgia and find links to other golf organizations on the local, state and national levels. Interested individuals can even sign up for GSGA membership through their website. Click the GSGA logo to visit their webpage.

GSGA

Google Maps - Plan the best route from your home to the next Georgia Seniors event, and even print a map of the area. Click the Google Maps logo to visit their webpage.

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Mapquest - Plan the best route from your home to the next Georgia Seniors event, and even print a map of the area. Click the Mapquest logo to visit their webpage.

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Weather Channel - Help yourself in determining the right clothes to take to the next Georgia Seniors event using the Weather Channel Online. You can see up to a 10-day forecast simply by typing in the city and state in the box provided. Click The Weather Channel logo to visit their webpage.

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Instruction - Need help with your golf game – whether driving, iron or bunker play, or improving your fitness for golf?? Want to see the latest videos with instruction from the best golf instructors in the world – from Butch Harmon, David Leadbetter, Michael Breed, Dave Pelz, Hank Haney, Lynn Marriott, and about 130 others?? Want to tailor these instruction videos to your own skill level and the particular area where you want to concentrate your learning?? Click on the logo to go to The Golf Channel’s website instruction area and build your own lesson plan.

Equitable Stroke Control - The Georgia Senior Golf Association requires all its members to post all their event scores in accordance with the Equitable Stroke Control (ESC) guidelines issued by the USGA. The ESC procedure sets a maximum score that a golfer can post for handicap purposes on any hole. The maximum number depends on the golfer's course handicap. The accompanying table tells you the maximum score you can post for any one hole. While GSGA tournaments might have different scoring rules mainly designed to improve the pace of play, each player should determine his or her probable score, in accordance with ESC rules, and post each total score at your home Club or on the GSGA website. The accompanying table will be used to set the maximum hole score for posting purposes.

18-HOLE COURSE HANDICAP
MAXIMUM SCORE POSTED ON ANY HOLE
9 OR LESS
DOUBLE BOGEY
10 THROUGH 19
7
20 THROUGH 29
8
30 THROUGH 39
9
40 AND ABOVE
10

Remember, if you are out of a hole and pick up to speed up play or do not play the hole under the Rules of Golf, write down the score you most likely would have made, using ESC guidelines. DO NOT write down the maximum score for an incomplete hole unless your probable score exceeds your maximum.

To post your score online, you will need to have your GHIN number handy. Then click on the GSGA website logo above, click on "Internet Score Posting" and follow the instructions.




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