Sherwood Forest Golf Club Ltd (1015163) – Sherwood Forest

Click the + symbol beside the Golf Club name to find the Course Rating & Course Par

Club/Course NameTee NameGenderParFront (9)Back (9)Course Rating™Bogey Rating™Slope Rating®
Serlby Park Golf Club (1015042) - Serlby ParkGreenM7236.5 / 13737.2 / 14373.799.7140
WhiteM7136.1 / 13636.8 / 14072.998.5138
YellowM7135.3 / 13035.7 / 1317195.3131
RedM6934.3 / 11534.0 / 12268.390.3119
BlueM6833.3 / 11433.7 / 1236789119
White First 9 CompositeM3736.8 / 140/36.849.8140
White Second 9 CompositeM3436.2 / 135/36.248.7135
Yellow First 9 CompositeM3735.8 / 132/35.848.1132
Yellow Second 9 CompositeM3435.1 / 130/35.147.2130
Blue First 9 CompositeM3533.7 / 115/33.744.4115
YellowF7438.2 / 14638.6 / 14376.8110.9145
RedF7236.7 / 14236.6 / 13573.3105.9139
BlueF7235.6 / 13736.4 / 13672104.1137
Red First 9 CompositeF3737.0 / 137/3753.2137
Red Second 9 CompositeF3536.2 / 139/36.252.6139
Blue First 9 CompositeF3736.2 / 136/36.252.2136

This update introduces a new formula for calculating your handicap index. The aim is to provide a fairer assessment of a player’s ability across different courses.

Handicap Calculation:

The formula to calculate your new handicap is as follows:

Handicap Index x (Slope Rating / 113) + (Course Rating – Par)

  • Handicap Index: Your current handicap index.
  • Slope Rating: The difficulty rating of the course for a bogey golfer relative to the scratch player.
  • Course Rating: The expected score for a scratch golfer under normal playing conditions.
  • Par: The standard score for the course.

A recent error identified by our user Frank in the handicap calculation tool has been corrected. We apologise for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience.

Your Course Handicap is calculated using the formula: Handicap Index multiplied by (Slope Rating divided by 113) plus (Course Rating minus Par).

Normally, your Playing Handicap is 95% of your Course Handicap.

Previously, we were rounding your Course Handicap first and then calculating 95% of the rounded value. However, the correct approach is to calculate 95% of your Course Handicap before rounding.

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