You do not need the HNA handicap card.

All you actually need is the HNA Handicaps app and your HNA Player ID. When you go to the golf club where you are playing you can open your round by giving the person at the counter your SA ID or HNA Player ID. You can also open your round at the terminal with your SA ID or HNA Player ID. At the end of the round you enter your score on the app.

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GolfRSA suggests a maximum Handicap index of 13 for non handicapped golfers
1 October 2019
Players without South African handicap IndexesSouth African players who are not affiliated to Golf RSA are outside the scope of this HandicappingSystem. Where such players compete against players with Golf RSA handicap indexes, it....
Why Your Handicap index will change on 1st October
30 September 2019
Handicaps News September 2019 Dear Golfer, This newsletter covers the important Handicap Changes which will become effective on the 1st of October 2019 as part of the process of moving towards the adoption of the World Handicap Sy....

Spieth's Caddie's cool notes

These British Open notes from Jordan Spieth's caddie are a sight to behold

As you might have heard, Jordan Spieth won the claret jug at Royal Birkdale with a furious finish. But, while Spieth's birdie-eagle-birdie-birdie run is the thing of Greek myth, the 23-year-old's adventures on the 13th hole remain the hot topic by the water cooler.

In case you need a rundown on Spieth's Southport survey, we recommend clicking here for the extended rundown. Thanks to our friends at the European Tour, we have another piece to the 13th's puzzle: Michael Greller's caddie notes.

As loopers are prone to do, Greller kept a log of Spieth's shots throughout the round, marking the distances and ensuing results. Bookkeeping that bestowed this gem, regarding Spieth's third shot from the driving range:

For our money, it's almost as cool as Spieth's "Go get that." Though that's sure to draw its share of opponents, we can all agree Greller's footnote is the best use of an asterisk in the annals of the English language.

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