Coast to coast, an inside look at WHS Indexes nationwide

A nationwide look at WHS ranks; an inside look at 10 million posted rounds

Golf Canada reported their second straight record year when it comes to recording scores on the course last season in 2023.

In 2022, Golf Canada members posted 9.2 million rounds, this past season, that number climbed over 10 million.

These numbers provided by the nation’s amateur golf overseer to Golf Saskatchewan for average Handicap Indexes broken down into both women and men along with the national average provides several benefits.

Golfers that post scores through the Golf Canada Score Centre are more prone to monitor their Index than recreational players, however as the averages show across Canada, you may be a much better player than the average.

Where do you rank? What are your 2024 goals when it comes to your World Handicap Index?

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For players heading into the summer, there has been WHS changes. For everything you need to know heading into the season and managing your Index, click here.