Golf Canada apparently made a good call by not going along with the USGA on a recently announced revision that won’t allow scores from rounds played as a solo to count for handicap purposes.
Here are a few random tweets, some with some pretty funny lines.
— Howard Riefs (@hriefs) November 25, 2015
USGA handicap thing amuses me. Guys I played with as a kid could barely be trusted to attest what day of the week it was. #YeahRealCredible
— Steve Elling (@EllingYelling) November 25, 2015
— Greg Dutra (@DutraWeather) November 25, 2015
Strong response to USGA handicap changes. My point is to say we need to presume innocence, not anticipate guilt.
— Robert Lusetich (@RobertLusetich) November 24, 2015
In all seriousness, how many people under the age of 40 actually keep a #USGA handicap index? System could be experiencing slow extinction.
— Guy Cipriano (@GCIMagazineGuy) November 23, 2015
New USGA handicap rules aim to prevent delusional golfers making false claims about ability/accomplishments. Wish it applied to GOP primary.
— Eamon Lynch (@eamonlynch) November 23, 2015
So solo rounds of golf r not allowed to be counted toward ur USGA handicap anymore? Y does golf seclude itself. Golf is built on integrity.
— BNG (@WVUthelogo44) November 25, 2015