EWGA: As part of your EWGA membership you are entitled to participate in EWGA’s handicap service. All EWGA members are automatically registered for this service, but those who intend to use it must log in through the EWGA Member Portal. EWGA also has a free app that you can download on your smartphone, which can help you post your score right after your round.

How To Post A Score

To enter scores for EWGA Handicapping:  EWGA Handicap Login

Login to the member portal; the login link is in the upper right corner.
After login a menu appears on the left side of the screen, select Post a Score.
From the orange menu bar at the top select Score Center.
A menu opens on the next line select Enter Score.

Now you can post your score Hole by Hole or the Total Score.  Posting hole by hole will automatically adjust your score for Equitable Stroke Control (ESC). If you are posting a total score the Equitable Stroke Control table is on the right side of the page for you to adjust hole scores that are greater than your maximum score based on your handicap.  For example, if you are a new golfer the maximum hole score, for handicap posting purposes only, is 10, which means, if you score a 12 on a hole when you calculate your adjusted gross score you will use 10 to calculate your total score. (This sounds more complicated than it is)

You don’t have to worry about identifying an Attestor and you only select tournament if your round was a tournament.