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The Metropolitan Golf Association has always been a national leader in handicapping and developed the forerunner of the handicap system, adopted by the USGA in 1911. In the early 1980's the MGA and USGA jointly developed the GHIN (Golf Handicap & Information Network) service used by 140,000 golfers locally and golfers nationwide today. Handicapping remains the MGA's most visible and widely used service. An official USGA Handicap Index is one of the many benefits of your MGA Membership.
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Post Your Score

Easily post your score online and find out more about the Handicapping system.

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Handicap Lookup

View your USGA Handicap Index and previous posted scores.

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Course Handicap Calculator

Use The Course Handicap Calculator before your next round.

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Handicapping Information

Handicaps are a unique feature of the game of golf, allowing golfers with differing abilities to compete equitably against each other.

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Revision Schedule

The score posting season started on April 1, 2017. The last day of score posting is November 14, 2017

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Course Rating

MGA Course Rating committee has the responsibility of implementing the USGA Course Rating System throughout the Met Area.

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GHIN & Technology Services

Handicaps remain our most visible and widely used service.

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Find out more information about scoring posting and all things Handicapping.

Email Management

To receive your MGA Handicap Revison, e-Revision Newsletter on the 1st and 15th of every month during the MGA's active score posting season fill out the form below.