With the launch of the USGA and R&A's World Handicapping System, national federations across the globe started to adopt centrally hosted systems to calculate handicaps. Moving away from the traditional structures of the clubs' own software doing the mathematical calculations.
Together with the R&A (golf governing body outside the US and Mexico), Club Systems developed a central system that could be simply adopted by any national federation. The brief was simply; open up WHS handicap indices to as many golfers in as many countries as possible at an accessible price point, so all federations could get on board.
Now we have rolled out to federations across all golf playing continents. Helping the likes of the St. Lucia Golf Association, the Kenya Golf Union, Malta Golf Association, The Cook Islands Golf Association, The Jordan Golf Federation and many more adopt the WHS.