What is an Extra Day Score (EDS)?
An Extra Day Score is a qualifying score which is played under handicap-qualifying conditions outside of a tournament. If you wish to play an EDS, you must declare that fact before starting the round and name your marker. You must submit the completed score card, signed by yourself and your marker, immediately after the round in order for your handicap Index to be updated.
Why should I play an EDS?
The more qualifying scores you submit, the more accurately the Handicap Index reflects the golfing abilities you have shown. For anyone who is unable to take part in tournaments on a frequent basis, EDS is an ideal alternative way to submit as many qualifying scores as possible.
Who is not allowed to submit an EDS?
U18 players with an Hcp index of 12.0 or better are not allowed to submit an EDS.