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The NGA and the GHIN Service

NGA Club Number is 26-158

Service began April 1st 2005

Our Newly formed affiliation with the Keystone Public Golf Association will allow us as a associate member to utilize the GHIN Handicap service provided by the USGA. This service will allow our members to Post their scores through the internet Starting April 1st through October 25th, 2007 using their own computers or at any club or course utilizing the GHIN service.

 

How to Post Scores :
USGA recommends that most scores be entered via the club or association that you belong to. If you hand in your score card we will post it for you or post it through the internet , in either case your score is subject to review by the Handicap Committee.
You must still hand in your card weather you use the internet or have the club post your score.

(Starts April 1st 2005)

From our Home Page click on GHIN or Post-On-Line

GHIN

Post-On-Line
Go to Post-on Line
1st Window - Enter Your specific GHIN #
2nd Window - Enter the Our Club # (26-158)
Click on Next and proceed to enter your information as directed
1st Window - Enter Your specific GHIN #
2nd Window - Enter the Our Club # (26-158)
Click on Next and proceed to enter your information as directed

You may also enter your scores at the specific course you may be playing as long as they have the Terminals available.
We will try and make the process as easy as possible and provide more information as we learn.
If you have any questions regarding this process please email me at Zeeeman@msn.com

Some of the advantages of the GHIN Handicap Program software are:

The GHIN Handicap Program software provides for scores to be electronically routed from any club within the GHIN network. Away scores are re-routed to the home clubs
Clubs have access to the USGA Handicap Indexes of all other two million golfers on GHIN across the country. Clubs may inquire about the USGA Handicap Index of any visiting golfer on GHIN
Each golfer can see the immediate impact that each new score may have on the individual's Handicap Index at the next revision via the Trend.
 

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

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