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Charles Meyer
Amateur
 
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I am trying to submit my handicap (USHandicap) to the Myrtle Beach World AM. One of the requirements is that you identify a Pro or Chairman. My group is the Kinston Area #285. We don't have either... and the form will not let you submit without filling out that section..

Anyone else have this problem. If you do, how did you resolve it?

R/Charlie
Jim Douglass
Amateur
 
# 1    6/27/2018 11:22:55 AM   
All clubs in US Handicap should have a chair. Log in to your account and roll your cursor over My Game. From here you should be able to click on My Local Club, and from there your club's Chairperson will appear near the bottom right of the view. Clicking on this person's name will give you an option to send a message to them requesting assistance.'

We work closely with the folks that run the Myrtle Beach World Am, so let us know if you run into any issues.

Jim, GolfNet / US Handicap


Charles Meyer
Amateur
 
# 2    6/27/2018 12:16:42 PM   
Thanks.
I have sent the two named "Chairmen" a message. Hopefully, I will get a response in the next day or so.

r/Charlie Meyer


Lee Cummins
Professional
 
# 3    6/27/2018 1:33:19 PM   
I played in the spring classic this year and now I’m entered in the fall classic and I don’t remember having to do that in those tournaments. What’s the difference in the tournaments?


Jim Douglass
Amateur
 
# 4    6/27/2018 4:07:13 PM   

I played in the spring classic this year and now I’m entered in the fall classic and I don’t remember having to do that in those tournaments. What’s the difference in the tournaments?


The World Am is their signature event so they take the handicapping issue to a higher level. The spring and fall tournaments have 2-300 players and is a bit easier for them to verify handicaps. The World Am has what, 3,000 players this year?
I've never played in it but it looks like a great time and a pretty good deal as well.

--Jim, GolfNet / US Handicap



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