Toqua Golf Course Green Tees White Tees Blue Tees
(Ratings) Stroke / Slope 66.1 / 113 69.4 / 120 71.2 / 126
Definition: USGA Slope Rating is a number ranging from 55 to 155 that represents the difficulty of a course for bogey golfers relative to the USGA Course Rating (which represents the difficulty for scratch golfers).
Slope rating is not expressed in strokes, but, rather, is a ratio. The higher the slope, the more difficult the course plays for bogey golfers. A slope rating of 113 is considered average.
Slope rating plays an important role in figuring handicap indexes and also is used to figure course handicaps.