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What is the highest handicap allowed for a golfer to play in the World Ice Golf Championship?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
*Golfers with a handicap of up to 36 can take part
The World Ice Golf Championship is held almost 600 km north of the Arctic Circle, on the west coast of Greenland in the little town of Uummannaq when both weather and sponsors are friendly to the tournament. From December through to May, the fjord leading in to Uummannaq is covered by a metre-thick sheet of ice. Huge icebergs containing thousand-year-old ice lie frozen in the fjord, caught by the freeze on their journey out towards the open sea.
It is in the midst of this fantastic scenery that the World Ice Golf Championship takes place with up to 20 golfers from all over the world, drawn by the prospect of a magnificent experience in breathtaking surroundings breathtaking even to the most seasoned of travellers. Golfers with a handicap of up to 36 can take part. The World Ice Golf Committee, Greenland and many excellent people in the small community are responsible for the arrangements.
We very much look forward to welcome "icegolfers" from all over the world to the next incredible championship.
- SGLv 51 decade ago