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This is based off the work of Mark Broadie, mostly from this paper. The handicap adjustment stuff is approximate, but it should be somewhat accurate and will get more accurate as this tool is used more often.
Note: When entering handicap, multiple it by -1. A perfect "bogey" golfer technically will have a handicap around -18, but for simplicity enter that as 18, which is how it is most commonly referred.
The base calculations (without putting a handicap) assumes pro level skill, which is about a -5 handicap (technically a +5 handicap, but again we multiply by -1).