Handicap Application

How to get a handicap

Regardless of your membership category, all Clays Golf members are eligible to apply for a handicap.

Members who wish to obtain or renew their handicap after each year, are required to pay an annual handicap fee which covers the Clays Golf Members Club Levy, Wales Golf & Denbighshire Golfing Union affiliation fees. Simply follow our step by step guide to achieve your first handicap.

Pay Your Handicap Fees
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Step One

Pay your handicap fees. Simply click on the link above to find out how much they are and how you can pay.
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Step Two

Play three 18 hole rounds or a combination of 18 and 9 hole rounds totalling 54 holes. Record your scores using a printed scorecard from our website or an app you can download on your smartphone. Ensure you play with a marker to verbally agree your scores.
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Step Three

Once you have your scores which total 54 holes, please email them to enquiries@claysgolf.co.uk. Include your Full Name, Address, DOB, Email Address, Mobile Number & your Clays Golf Membership card number.
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Step Four

Your handicap will now be processed and allocated within 48 hours. You will receive an email confirming your handicap.
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Step Five

Once your handicap has been allocated to you, you can then register for Howdidido. Howdidido gives you online access to all of your competition results, achievements and handicap changes. You can also download your handicap certificate and view your CDH number. Once registered you can login online or download the easy to use app.

Handicap FAQ’s

How do I transfer my handicap from another golf club?

If you wish to transfer your handicap from another club to Clays Golf, please email a copy of your most up to date Handicap Certificate or your CDH Number to enquiries@claysgolf.co.uk. Include your Full Name, Address, DOB, Email Address, Mobile Number & your Clays Golf Membership card number.

How do I keep my handicap active?

To keep your handicap active you must submit three qualifying scores each year. A qualifying score is classed as an 18 hole competition or 9 hole competition. Failing to submit three qualifying competitions will result in your handicap becoming non-competitive (inactive). You can also keep your handicap active by submitting Supplementary Scores.