We don’t want you to think of us as one-trick-ponies but it’s another podcast and another week talking about the World Handicap System.
That’s because Tom Irwin and Steve Carroll took the From the Clubhouse podcast, in association with TaylorMade Golf, on the road and visited Woodhall Spa, the headquarters of England Golf, to speak to James Luke, the governing body’s new Head of Handicapping and Course Rating.
We get stuck into course rating, PCC, interoperability, and much more besides – including if higher handicappers are actually dominating competitions, the vital role of the marker in protecting the integrity of the system, and what might be coming in the future.
There are some funny stories along the way too so let’s get stuck in…
From the Clubhouse podcast with England Golf’s Head of Handicapping James Luke
Listen to our views and hear what James has to say on the World Handicap System on the From the Clubhouse podcast, in association with TaylorMade Golf, in the player below, or on your preferred podcast platform.
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