Is a golf handicap of 3 good?
Being a 3 handicap means you’re an excellent golfer — easily in the top 1% of all golfers.
Not anywhere near good enough to make a living as a competitive professional, mind you.
Just very good.
Par on a golf course is the score raters expect an expert to shoot.
What is a good golf handicap for a beginner?
Scoring for Adult Beginners
According to National Golf Foundation data, 45% of all golfers average more than 100 strokes per round. With that said, it is believed that a 108 is considered to be a good score for a beginner golfer, which equates to double bogey on each hole of a par 72 course.
What is the average golfer’s handicap?
The “Official” Average
The USGA says that the average golfer in its system carries about a 15.0 handicap. This translates into an average score of about 90, close to that of a bogey golfer. But “Golf Digest” notes that most golfers don’t participate in the USGA system.
Is a 10 handicap in golf good?
If a golfer has a handicap between 10 and 18, she is a skilled player with a moderate handicap. Basically, a handicap of 10 means the player consistently shoots 10 strokes higher than the difficulty rating of the courses she plays regularly. According to the Golf Channel, the average score for all U.S. golfers is 100.