The game of golf quite simply is a competition. We are playing against ourselves, the course and in all competitive events, other players. For most players measuring their ability, expertise and skill is done with a pencil and a scorecard. As with almost every sport or game in the world today, there is a final score.  What is missing in golf, more than all the other sports in the world today, is the running score during the game. Read more...
College golf in America has long touted a volunteer based, call-in scoring system which updates a scoreboard every three or four holes. Players provided the scores verbally at the end of each hole but never knew where they stood individually or as a team. Those watching the scores, including the team’s coaches, faced a 3-4 hole lag for live updates, a critical time gap especially in the closing stages of tournaments, with the leaders and challengers playing the final few holes. Read more...

Get Inside The Game

Register