TSGL handicaps are custom, nine-hole course handicaps based on a minimum of five rounds played with TSGL and generally based on the best 10 of the last 20 rounds played with TSGL. Because they are custom to TSGL, they cannot be used at other courses or with other groups. For details, see TSGL Handicapper.

Having a TSGL handicap is a requirement for entering a TSGL tournament.

The most important factor for establishing a TSGL handicap is that you play from the tees that give you the most enjoyment. If playing from the gold tees means that you are locked into getting pars and bogies and playing from the whites means that you’re struggling for bogies and double bogies, then play from the golds. Similarly if you are internally debating between the whites and blues.

If you are going to play in our tournaments, then you need to play all the time from the same tees, and play from those same tees in the tournaments, so your handicap can fairly represent your play. If you start playing from one set of tees early in the year and change to another, be sure to report that change to the Handicapper.

Two views of League handicaps are shown below.

TSGL Names and Handicaps

Shows each golfer and his or her current TSGL handicap. The “N” after the value is a reminder that it is a nine-hole handicap. A handicap of “*” indicates that not enough nine-hole rounds have yet been played to establish a TSGL handicap.

You can search for a name by entering it in the “Search” field. You can change the number of visible entries by modifying the number in the ” Show entries” field. You can show the next group of entries by clicking on “Previous” or “Next” at the bottom right of the entries. You can sort the entries by handicap by clicking on the arrowheads on the far right of the “Handicap” column.

Member Handicap Cards

Shows the most recent 20 scores for each golfer with the best 10 scores highlighted. For golfers with less than 20 recorded scores, all scores are shown. The highlighted scores are the ones used to calculate a handicap.

Members are listed alphabetically by last name. If scroll arrows are not visible at the bottom of the page, then tap or click at the bottom of the page and scroll arrows should appear. Then tap or click on an arrow to scroll up or down.

TSGL Names and Handicaps September 30, 2021

Agostino, Pat11N
Allen, Walter5N
Arenburg, Bruce18N
Atkins, Rick6N
Baatz, Eric5N
Barbera, Arthur14N
Barr, Jack16N
Barrow, John11N
Berry, Steve14N
Black, David9N
Breen, John8N
Caissie, John J.6N
Cameron, Jerry4N
Carroll, A. George11N
Chang, John B.7N
Chefalo, Jim5N
Colantropo, Jim8N
Compton, Doris7N
Condon, Bill15N
Daltas, Arthur8N
Demoy, John7N
Dwyer, John6N
Elk, Bill10N
Finkle, Michael13N
Fischer, John4N
Fitzpatrick, Ken12N
Fleiss, Dick8N
Flynn, Jay11N
Foley, Ed10N
Garland, Jeff (Guy)7N
Girard, Bob6N
Han, Ken10N
Healy, Don10N
Heneghan, Debbie20N
Kane, John12N
Kerr, Walter10N
Kirk, Jim7N
Kreutziger, Ken9N
Kvaal, Bob6N
Levy, Steven7N
Lim, Frank10N
Lombardi, Dan9N
Magro, Ric6N
Marrier, Paul6N
McDonald, Dave10N
Mickelsen, Mike5N
Mungo, John16N
O'Connor, Mike6N
Paine, Ros6N
Peters, Art13N
Rittenburg, Andrew10N
Russo, Stephen6N
Sciarretta, Bill9N
Snow, Mary13N
Sodano, Roy G.18N
Southwick, Peter3N
Spence, Mike10N
Ste. Marie, Phil13N
Stewart, John9N
Thompson, Mark11N
Tobey, Norm14N
Torossian, Carl18N
Wales, Ted8N
Wanderer, Thomas18N
Weiland, Karl11N
Wetherbee, Richard13N
Wilson, Ted10N
Wiseman, Dan7N
Wright, Jim10N
Yagoda, Ken*
Yee, Peter11N
Yoshizumi, Galen10N

Member Handicap Cards