the USGA® defintion of a golf club as defined?
it possible for a player to the correct USGA Course Rating
and Slope Rating with each posted score from every set of
tees? (Sections 5-2 and 8-2b and c)
the posting of all scores made at home and away? (Section
use of USGA procedures to adjust hole scores before posting?
that nine-hole scores be posted? (Section 5-2c and 5-2d)
that the principles of The Rules of Golf be followed?
the revision schedule and posting season of the NGA? (Section
8-3a and c)
that all acceptable scores are entered correctly? (Section
computations and adjustments in accordance with the USGA Handicap
Formula? (Sections 8-4 and 10)
current scoring records and a Handicap Index listing of the
members readily available for inspection by others? (Section
or increase a Handicap Index of any player whose handicap
does not reflect the player's potential ability? (Section
the NGA when permanent changes have been made to the golf
course so that the NGA can issue a new USGA Course Rating
and Slope Rating®? (Section 14-5b)
the letter "L" after local handicaps, which exceed
the USGA maximum limits of 36.4 for men and 40.4 for women?
the current USGA Course Rating and Slope Rating issued by
the NGA? (Section 14)
a representative from the golf club participate in a USGA
Handicap Seminar (whether conducted by the NGA or the USGA)
including passing a test exhibiting knowledge about the system?
a signed license agreement in place with the NGA or USGA prior
to the club issuing a USGA Handciap Index?