MeadowWood Course Ratings & Slopes

A "USGA Course Rating" is the United States Golf Association's mark that indicates the evaluation of the playing difficulty of a course for a scratch golfer under normal course and weather conditions. It is expressed as strokes taken to one decimal place, and is based on yardage and other obstacles to the extent that they affect the scoring ability of a scratch golfer.

A "Slope Rating" is the USGA's mark that indicates the measurement of the relative difficulty of a course for players who are not scratch golfers compared to the USGA Course Rating (e.g. , compared to the difficulty of a course for scratch golfers ). A Slope Rating is computed from the difference between the Bogey Rating and the USGA Course Rating. The lowest Slope Rating is 55 and the highest is 155. A golf course of standard playing difficulty has a Slope Rating of 113.
 
  Source: USGA Handicap System Manual Section 13

Women

Tee Yardage Course Rating Slope Rating Front 9 Back 9
Red 5709 72.8 127 36.0 / 126 36.8 / 128
Gold 5880 73.3 128 36.4 / 126 36.9 / 129
White 6429 76.8 134 38.0 / 130 38.8 / 137

Men

Tee Yardage Course Rating Slope Rating Front 9 Back 9
Red 5709 66.9 117 33.0 / 111 33.9 / 123
Gold 5880 67.5 119 33.4 / 112 34.1 / 126
White 6429 70.6 123 34.8 / 118 35.8 / 128
Blue 6874 72.5 124 35.9 / 117 36.6 / 131
Please note that MeadowWood was recently rerated by the Washington State Golf Association. The ratings below are the current effective ratings. The ratings on the scorecard are obsolete and they will be updated the next time we order new scorecards.