World Handicap System (WHS) 2020

 
Trusted supplier by Federations worldwide to provide tested and proven centralised handicap systems.
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What is the WHS? How to Transition to the WHS
 

MSL’s capability to deliver WHS

MPowerMSL has developed bespoke golf handicap software for the World Handicap System, giving federations across the world a single source of truth.

We can demonstrate how we will deliver a scalable, open solution that meets the needs of the players, clubs, and governing bodies.

We have a comprehensive plan to implement the World Handicap System across our customer base and beyond.

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“What resonated with us was that the expertise and experience of the team from GolfBox meant they fully understood our business challenges and technical requirements…With the new centralised database, we will now have the ability to collect, store, transform and report consistently which will provide us with the insights required to continue to innovate and grow the game.”
Barbara Albisetti, General Secretary of Swiss Golf Association
“We chose to partner with GolfBox because of their in-depth understanding of our requirements and their proven ability to deliver a centralised solution and platform that will also ensure the implementation of the new WHS in 2020. The Golf Union of Iceland and Icelandic Golf Clubs and their members have ensured a fully proven and trusted golf management solution that embraces new technology and is fully ready for the implementation of WHS.”
Arnar Geirsson, IT-Manager, Golf Union of Iceland

MSL is the Trusted supplier by Golf Federations worldwide to provide tested and proven centralized golf handicap software systems.

Why MPowerMSL?

The World Handicap System (WHS) is an initiative from the R&A and USGA designed to enable as many golfers as possible to obtain a handicap and use that handicap on any golf course around the world. An agreed method of maintaining a handicap allows golfers to compete or play recreational golf with any other golfer on a level playing field. 

As Golf Australia’s technology partner through to 2025, MPower MSL is also implementing the WHS in Australia where it established a world first centralised golf handicap system 20 years ago. GolfBox – an MSL Company, is also the current provider of the European Golf Association (EGA) Handicap System serving federations and golfers in Denmark, Norway, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, with more European jurisdictions due to sign on later in 2019.

In addition to providing core handicapping services, MSL’s WHS solution provides national associations with an array of options to commercialise their data and provide a range of high-quality services to engage their golfers in the game. These include national virtual competitions, business intelligence and analytics, customer service facilities, tee times and individual handicap display.

World Handicap System

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