The formula to calculate Course Handicap is:

\[ \text{Course Handicap} = (\text{Handicap Index} \times \frac{\text{Slope Rating}}{113}) + (\text{Course Rating} - \text{Course Par}) \]

Where:

- Handicap Index is the golfer's handicap index.
- Slope Rating is the course's slope rating.
- Course Rating is the course's rating.
- Course Par is the course's par.

The Course Handicap is a measure of a golfer's potential ability on a specific course.

Handicap Index is a standardized measure of a golfer's potential ability on a course of standard playing difficulty.

Course Rating is the evaluation of the playing difficulty of a course for a scratch golfer under normal course and weather conditions.

Slope Rating is the evaluation of the relative playing difficulty of a course for a bogey golfer compared to a scratch golfer.

Let's assume the following values:

- Handicap Index: 10
- Course Rating: 70
- Slope Rating: 121
- Course Par: 72

Using the formula:

\[ \text{Course Handicap} = (10 \times \frac{121}{113}) + (70 - 72) \]

Evaluating:

The Course Handicap is 9.71.

Handicap Index | Course Rating | Slope Rating | Course Par | Course Handicap |
---|---|---|---|---|

10 | 70 | 121 | 72 | 8.71 |

15 | 72 | 130 | 70 | 19.26 |

20 | 68 | 115 | 71 | 17.35 |

18 | 69 | 118 | 70 | 17.80 |

19 | 62 | 118 | 73 | 8.84 |