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Kenilworth Golf Club

Course Status

Kenilworth: Course Open - Booked Tee Times Only
Par 3 Course: Open - Book Tee Time with Pro Shop

Current Events

July Draw for 51 Club

Friday 31st July 2020


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Mayor Richard Dickson visits Kenilworth Golf Club

Tuesday 19th May 2020


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Kenilworth Golf Club - Open Again

Monday 18th May 2020


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51 Club Draw April 2020

Tuesday 28th April 2020


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Vice Captains 2020/21

Friday 8th November 2019


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Luke Northwood - Warwickshire Champion of Champions

Tuesday 5th November 2019


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3 out of 4 yields £200 for Tim Bull

Friday 25th October 2019


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Llandrindod Wells visit to Kenilworth

Tuesday 17th September 2019


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Ladies Autumn Open

Thursday 12th September 2019


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Captains' Charity Auction - Four Ball Vouchers - Bidding Open

Tuesday 10th September 2019


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World Handicap System - Why Has It Been Created




  

Why has the WHS been created?

To allow as many golfers as possible the opportunity to:

  • Obtain and maintain a Handicap Index and reduce barriers of entry,
  • Use their Handicap Index on any golf course around the world,
  • Compete, or play recreationally, fairly regardless of where they play,
                                                                                                                          

With golf being centred around one standard set of rules governed by The R&A and USGA, it makes sense to unify the previous six different Handicapping systems, making for a more inclusive and equitable sport.

The WHS was therefore developed with consideration given to club golfers who play both sporadically and more regularly. With all golfers only initially required to submit scorecards for 54 holes to acquire a Handicap Index, the new WHS is less formidable for new players.







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