According to the USGA, the average handicap of the American golfer is 16.1 for men and 29.2 for women. These numbers have remained largely the same over the last 15 years despite significant technology advances with equipment. Perhaps we will see a difference in the future by addressing the way the body moves in the golf swing. Susan Hill (http://www.fitnessforgolf.com)
It depends how difficult the course is, and how good you are. Mens maximum is 28 and ladies 36.
It is the United States Open Golf tournament. One of the four mens' professional majors. Any player who meets the handicap requirements can enter qualifying events.
why cannot the entries for the mens us golf open be listed
Depends how old you are, and how long you have been playing. A very good amateur would play off scratch but usually less. There is always room for improvement and practice is the only way. Although the highest mens handicap is 28 so in relation to that 12 is good.
There are many places where one can find swing tips to improve their golf game. For example, Mens Health, World Golf, Level One Network and Golf Digest.
There is no difference.
ther is no difference except for women who get more hits and the target is closer and easier to get.While mens are opposite